Human Conditioning: How Parenting, Friends and Media Shape Who We Are

What has more of an influence on someone, their environment or their own beliefs? There always seems to be a debate over which one has more of an influence, and how. In this episode of The Motivational Intelligence Podcast, John Casey and Sean Johnson discuss human conditioning and how many different factors shape who we are, such as how we’re raised, who we spend the most time with and social media. There are several things that influence us on a daily basis and we may not even be aware of all of them. While there are many positive things about this, there are also some negative factors as well, such as surrounding ourselves with unmotivated, negative- thinking people. Doing so can negatively influence how we condition ourselves and what we believe. John and Sean dive deep into why our conditioning truly comes from ourselves, and how important the way we talk to ourselves is. Interested in learning more? Check out our newest episode of The Motivational Intelligence Podcast, “Human Conditioning: How Parenting, Friends and Media Shape Who We Are”, and as always, check us out on social media and let us know what you think!

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Shownotes: Human Conditioning: How Parenting, Friends and Media Shape Who We Are

0:50- Intro

2:45- What is a human conditioning?

8:54- What we’re born with

14:00- Parenting

18:46- The many forces that condition us

20:07: How to understand /use the influence we have on our kids

27:30: Who we surround ourselves with

30:05: Know who you’re exchanging ideas with…

37:00: Keeping an open mind

40:23: Closing thoughts