Dr. Lisle’s lecture on “The Continuum of Evil”
- The Importance of Not Trying to Be Perfect
- How to Keep Inspired and Moving Forward
- Personality – Knowing Your Strengths and Challenges
If you have ever worried that you might not be able to follow a healthy diet and lifestyle program, Dr. Lisle’s lecture on “The Continuum of Evil” is a must-see for you. In this entertaining and eye-opening lecture, Dr. Lisle explains that your success doesn’t require you to be perfect, but that knowing how to score your “misses” on a “continuum of evil” can make all the difference. In his second lecture, Dr. Lisle shares cutting-edge insights from modern personality theory that can help you learn valuable lessons about your own strengths – and weaknesses – in the pursuit of healthy living.
Douglas J. Lisle, Ph.D., received his Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Virginia. He was appointed Lecturer in Psychology at Stanford University, and is currently the psychologist for The McDougall Wellness Program. He is the Director of Research for the TrueNorth Health Center, and lectures nationally on topics including evolutionary psychology, cognitive therapy, and lifestyle modification. He is in private practice in Santa Rosa, California.