Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 Abe Maslow was a psychologist who spent a summer with the Blackfoot Indians in Alberta, Canada, in 1938. He was impressed by their lack of crime, violence, jealousy, and greed, as well as their high levels of emotional security.
#2 While visiting the Blackfoot Indians, Maslow learned that they were not concerned with wealth, but rather with giving it away. He was shocked by the cruelty of the European-American people who lived nearby, but he learned a lot about the First Nations perspective.
#3 The insecurity cycle is the result of fear, and it stems from the deprivation of each of the five needs that constitute it. If you have too many psychological fears, this may be an indication that you are too caught up in securing your boat, with potentially serious consequences.
#4 The need for safety is the base upon which all the other needs are built. It is the struggle to make sense of experiences and a motivation to gain control over violated expectations.