12/11/2015

How are you intelligent?

Ken Robinson is a British educator, writer and speaker, expert in matters related to creativity, quality of education, innovation and human resources. Doctor at London University since 1981, he was knighted by Queen Isabel II of England in 2003, for the relevance of his activities in the study of the relationship between education and art. Currently he is an emeritus professor at Warwick University, United Kingdom.

He is known for his revealing work on ideas such as the importance of creativity in education and the development of an individual’s capacities and talents for a better development of his or her potential. Self knowledge and the improvement of the relationship between the individual and his or her environment, like being active and  agent  of change, are for the professor ways to a improve the welfare of the individuals  and the world they live in, from the most immediate environment to the whole planet Earth.

This video, How are you intelligent?, has been created by The Inspiration Journey from a fragment of a Ken Robinson’s speech named The world we explore that took place at the summit of Zeitgeist Americas 2012. The authors invite us to think about his talk: the importance of creativity and intelligence, not in its quantity but in how we use it, and the key role that it plays in our welfare and our environment. And also, how the way to find an authentic balance between these parts of the whole —our inside world, who we are and the planet we live in and share— lies in education.

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Esta reflexión le sirvió para confirmar y terminar de desarrollar la logoterapia, una psicoterapia que propone que la voluntad de sentido es la motivación primaria del ser humano y que es considerada la tercera escuela vienesa de psicología, después del psicoanálisis de Freud y de la psicología individual de Adler. Siendo muy joven, Frankl había mantenido relación epistolar con Freud, quien le publicó algunos de sus escritos, pero muy pronto abandonó la escuela psicoanalítica y se orientó hacia la psicología individual de Adler, que también terminaría abandonando por diferencias doctrinales. Publicó más de 30 libros, traducidos a numerosos idiomas, impartió cursos y conferencias por todo el mundo y recibió 29 doctorados honoris causa por varias universidades, entre ellos uno de la Universidad Francisco Marroquín de Guatemala, institución que también le honró con la clínica de psicología que lleva su nombre. En esta entrevista explica su visión sobre las relaciones entre conceptos como libertad, circunstancias, responsabilidad o actitud.Viktor Frankl was an Austrian neurologist and psychiatrist. He survived from 1942 to 1945 in several Nazi concentration camps, including Auschwitz and Dachau, and from that experience he wrote the book 'Man's search for meaning', which describes the life of the prisoner of a concentration camp from the perspective of a psychiatrist and explains that, even in the most extreme conditions of dehumanization and suffering, man can find a reason to live based on their spiritual dimension. This reflection served to confirm and finalize the development of speech therapy, psychotherapy that proposes that the will to meaning is the primary motivation of human beings and that is considered the third Viennese school of psychology after Freud's psychoanalysis and individual psychology of Adler. Being very young, Frankl had maintained correspondence with Freud, who published some of his writings, but soon abandoned the psychoanalytic school and oriented towards the individual psychology of Adler, who also end up abandoning because of doctrinal differences. He published more than 30 books, translated into many languages​​, taught courses and lectured around the world and received 29 honorary doctorates from several universities, including one from Universidad Francisco Marroquín in Guatemala, an institution that also honored him with the psychology clinic that bears his name. In this interview he explains his views on the relations between concepts like freedom, circumstances, responsibility or attitude." 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Licenciado en medicina y cirugía por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, se especializó en farmacología clínica en el Institut Municipal d’Investigació Mèdica IMIM-Hospital del Mar siendo doctor en farmacología por la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona —sobresaliente cum laude y diploma de mención de doctor europeo—, máster en toxicología por la Universidad de Sevilla y máster en homeopatía por la Universitat de Barcelona. Los primeros años de su trayectoria profesional se centraron en la medicina hospitalaria, la docencia y la investigación científica. Durante dos años fue director clínico del centro de desarrollo de medicamentos y neuroimagen de GlaxoSmithKline en Londres —Clinical Imaging Centre—. Es además profesor honorario de farmacología y toxicología en el departamento de toxicología experimental del Imperial College de Londres. Actualmente es el director médico de la clínica Omegazeta de Barcelona, especializada en medicina integrativa: un enfoque innovador que combina las terapias de la medicina convencional con las medicinas alternativas o complementarias validadas con procedimientos y métodos científicos.'Future medicine will integrate the physical and the emotional parts'. Degree in medicine and surgery from the University Complutense of Madrid, specialized in clinical pharmacology at the Municipal Institute of Medical Research IMIM-Hospital del Mar being doctorate in pharmacy from the Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona —cum laude and European Doctor Mention diploma—, MA in toxicology from the University of Seville and Master in homeopathy from the Universitat de Barcelona. The early years of his career focused on hospital medicine, teaching and scientific research. For two years he was director of clinical drug development center and neuroimaging of GlaxoSmithKline in London —Clinical Imaging Centre—. He is also professor emeritus of pharmacology and toxicology in the department of experimental toxicology at Imperial College London. He is currently the medical director of the clinic Omegazeta Barcelona, specializing in integrative medicine: an innovative approach combining therapies with conventional medicine or complementary alternative medicines and procedures validated scientific methods." 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Conceptos como 'alma', 'más allá' o 'pecado' han marcado el pensamiento humano durante miles de años, y Dawkins cree que la ciencia puede responder a muchas de esas cuestiones que tradicionalmente se han confiado a la religión. En el primer episodio, 'Pecado', se examinan aspectos relacionados con la noción de pecado, además de los rituales y tabúes que lo envuelven. En el segundo, 'Vida después de la muerte', Dawkins investiga sobre las creencias alrededor de la muerte en diferentes lugares, desde funerales en India hasta laboratorios genéticos en Nueva York. Fusiona neurociencia, teorías evolutivas y genética para intentar comprender por qué envejecemos y por qué deseamos otra vida después de la muerte. Finalmente, en 'El sentido de la vida', analiza cómo personas religiosas y no religiosas lidian con la búsqueda de un sentido para sus vidas. 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He bring together neuroscience, evolutionary and genetic theory to examine how we age and why we crave life after death. Finally, in 'The meaning of life', he examines how both religious and non-religious people struggle to find meaning in their lives. To the question 'Why does an atheist bother to get up in the morning?', he argues that we each have to forge our own sense of meaning. 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Empresario, escritor, economista, conferenciante internacional y consultor español. Ha vendido cerca de cinco millones de copias de sus diferentes libros, siendo algunos de ellos número uno en ventas tanto en lengua española como en otros idiomas. Asimismo, está considerado uno de los mayores expertos en psicología del liderazgo a nivel mundial. Licenciado en ciencias empresariales y MBA por ESADE, ahora dirige en esa misma escuela seminarios sobre innovación, gestión del cambio, gestión del talento, gestión de personas y pensamiento creativo para altos directivos de empresas y ONGs. Su producción literaria aborda diferentes géneros: el ensayo en obras como ‘La brújula interior’, ‘La buena vida’ o ‘La buena crisis’, la ficción empresarial en ‘El beneficio’, la novela en ‘La última respuesta’ y el relato en ‘Los siete poderes’, ‘El laberinto de la felicidad’, ‘Un corazón lleno de estrellas’ o ‘La buena suerte’, que ha sido su obra de mayor impacto internacional. Editada en 42 idiomas con un éxito sin precedentes en la literatura de no ficción española, vendió más de tres millones de copias en tan sólo dos años y recibió el premio al mejor libro del año en Japón en 2004 con la unanimidad de crítica, público y profesionales del sector editorial. Es también coordinador de una colección de la editorial Aguilar que lleva su nombre y en la que se publican ensayos, relatos y libros de empresa suyos y de otros autores. Colabora habitualmente con distintos medios de comunicación nacionales y extranjeros, como El País Semanal, La Vanguardia, TVE, TV3, Cadena Ser (con Carles Francino), Catalunya Ràdio (con Gaspar Hernández), CNN+ (con Antonio San José) o la revista japonesa de psicología Psiko. En sus colaboraciones aborda tanto cuestiones relacionadas con la innovación, la creatividad, la gestión de personas o la gestión empresarial como contenidos relacionados con la psicología, la filosofía, la antropología o la sociología.'A crisis is an opportunity for the future'. Entrepreneur, writer, economist, international lecturer and consultant. He has sold around five million copies of his various books, some of which are number one in sales both in Spanish and in other languages. He is also considered one of the foremost experts on leadership psychology worldwide. Degree in Business and MBA from ESADE, now heads in that school seminars on innovation, change management, talent management, people management and creative thinking to senior management of companies and NGOs. His literary production approaches different genres: the essay in works like 'The internal compass', 'The good life' or 'The good crisis', the corporate fiction in 'The profit', the novel in 'The ultimate answer' and the story in 'The seven powers', 'The labyrinth of happiness', 'A heart full of stars' or 'Good luck', which has been his work with a greatest international impact. Published in 42 languages ​​with unprecedented success in the Spanish literary nonfiction, sold over three million copies in just two years and received the award for best book of the year in Japan in 2004, with unanimous acceptant by critical public and publishing professionals. He is also coordinator of a Editorial Aguilar collection that bears his name and which publishes essays, stories and books of himself and others. Collaborates with several national and foreign media, like El País Semanal, La Vanguardia, TVE (Spanish public television), TV3 (Catalan public television), Cadena Ser (with Carles Francino), Catalunya Radio (with Gaspar Hernandez), CNN+ (with Antonio San Jose) or the Japanese psychology magazine Psiko. In his collaborations addresses both issues related to innovation, creativity, people management or business management and content related to psychology, philosophy, anthropology and sociology." 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