Today, Steven Rudolph explains Multiple Natures to us, and how our strengths - or Tigers, as he calls them - can be tapped into.
When Steven Rudolph suggested an episode based on feeding tigers I was intrigued. The tigers are of course metaphorical, but how you feed them is no less important because of that.
In this episode, I get to be the guinea pig, as Steven takes me through his strengths analysis tool, helps me understand multiple natures and reveals my own personal tigers. He also tells me more about how he developed this insightful system and we talk about how it could help you get the most ‘bang for your buck’ when deciding how to spend your days.
We talk about understanding how to identify and lean into your tigers, aka strengths,
Why wanting something is not enough for success
Why people fall prey to spending on courses and programmes that are not right for them
Why your tigers may not be fed in your day job
The phenomenon of ‘Remixing’ our lives
What happens when you OVERfeed your tigers
How to find out about your tigers
Why retirees should also understand their tigers, not just those thinking about careers
In 1989, while pursuing a career in music in New York, Steven Rudolph took up a part-time teaching job to make ends meet. In his first class he had an epiphany: that he had an innate capacity to teach. Though he had no formal training, it was as if he already knew how to do it—as if he were a fish in water.
The realization led him on a 21-year quest to India, where he uncovered 5,000-year-old secrets to self-understanding and achieving one's potential. Steven has taken those principles and crafted them into an easy-to-use, enjoyable program--Feed Your Tigers.
Steven lives in Cambodia where he serves as CEO of MNI, and explores how ancient Eastern wisdom can help people (and their tigers) become more aligned.