July 20, 2020

Dr. Benjamin Hardy | Why Personality Isn't Permanent

Dr. Benjamin Hardy | Why Personality Isn't Permanent

Our identity and personality are closely related, however we are lead to believe that although our identity can be altered, our personalities are set in stone. Dr. Benjamin Hardy believes that the opposite is true and that we can in fact experience las...


Our identity and personality are closely related, however we are lead to believe that although our identity can be altered, our personalities are set in stone. Dr. Benjamin Hardy believes that the opposite is true and that we can in fact experience lasting changes in our personalities. Take a listen to find out how to use goal setting to shape your identity and in turn, alter your personality.

 

Visit Dr. Benjamin Hardy's website | https://BenjaminHardy.com

 

Dr. Benjamin Hardy is the author of Personality Isn't Permanent: Break Free from Self-Limiting Beliefs and Rewrite Your Story

 

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Dr. Benjamin Hardy

Dr. Benjamin Hardy is an organizational psychologist and author of Willpower Doesn't Work and Personality Isn't Permanent. His blogs have been read by over 100 million people and are featured on Forbes, Fortune, CNBC, Cheddar, Big Think, and many others. From 2015-2018, he was the #1 writer in the world on Medium.com and is a regular contributor to Inc. and Psychology Today. He and his wife Lauren are the parents of 5 children. They live in Orlando.