Have you ever wondered how the past can help you move forward? In this interview with one of the world’s leading researchers in the field of finding our purpose, Stanford professor Bill Damon discusses his extraordinary revelation that his long lost father was not in fact lost at all. His most recent book book, A Round of Golf with My Father, shares a process called a Life Review that you can use to examine and better appreciate difficult episodes from your past to consider how these events shaped who your are today and use the new understanding to move forward better.
About William Damon:
William Damon is a professor at Stanford University and Director of the Stanford Center on Adolescence. He is one of the world’s leading researchers on life-span human development and author of The Path to Purpose. Damon’s new book is A Round of Golf with my Father: The New Psychology of Exploring your Past to Make Peace with the Present. Damon is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and a Fellow of the National Academy of Education.
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