Key Focus

  • People at Stage One will judge others by their ability to achieve social approval. People at Stage Two will judge others by their ability to push their own boundaries and try new things
  • People at Stage Three will judge others based on their commitments and what they're able to achieve. People at Stage Four judge others based on what they stand for and what they've chosen to live for.
    The Value of Trauma
    Self-development is often portrayed as a rosy, flowery progression from dumbass to enlightenment that involves a lot of joy, prancing in fields of daisies, and high-fiving two thousand people at a seminar you paid way too much to be at.
    But the truth is that transitions between the life stages are usually triggered by trauma or an extreme negative event in one's life


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High Level Topics

  • STAGE_TWO
  • STAGE_THREE
  • STAGE_ONE
  • High Level Abstractions

  • STAGE_TWO(7, 0 Order)
  • ( STAGE_TWO )(7, 0 Order)  top
  • ( STAGE_TWO, WELL-BEING )(1, 1st Order)  top
  • ( STAGE_TWO, WASHINGTON_DC )(1, 1st Order)  top
  • ( STAGE_TWO, TRIAL-AND-ERROR )(1, 1st Order)  top
  • ( STAGE_TWO, STAGE_ONE )(1, 1st Order)  top
  • ( STAGE_TWO, STAGE_FOUR )(1, 1st Order)  top
  • ( STAGE_TWO, SELF-DISCOVERY )(1, 1st Order)  top
  • ( STAGE_TWO, POPULARLY )(1, 1st Order)  top
  • ( STAGE_TWO, POLITICAL )(1, 1st Order)  top
  • STAGE_THREE(4, 0 Order)
  • ( STAGE_THREE )(4, 0 Order)  top
  • ( STAGE_THREE, JUDGE )(2, 1st Order)  top
  • ( STAGE_THREE, INDIVIDUALS )(2, 1st Order)  top
  • ( STAGE_THREE, STAGE_TWO )(1, 1st Order)  top
  • ( STAGE_THREE, STAGE_ONE )(1, 1st Order)  top
  • ( STAGE_THREE, STAGE_FOUR )(1, 1st Order)  top
  • ( STAGE_THREE, SNOTTY )(1, 1st Order)  top
  • ( STAGE_THREE, SIP )(1, 1st Order)  top
  • ( STAGE_THREE, PRODUCT )(1, 1st Order)  top
  • STAGE_ONE(2, 0 Order)
  • ( STAGE_ONE )(2, 0 Order)  top
  • References

    • ( STAGE_TWO )  top
    • ( STAGE_TWO, WELL-BEING )  top
    • (Read more)   top
      Developing through each subsequent stage of life grants us greater control over our happiness and well-being.
      In
      Stage One, a person is wholly dependent on other people's actions and approval to be happy. This is a horrible strategy because other people are unpredictable and unreliable.
      In Stage Two, one becomes reliant on oneself, but they're...
    • ( STAGE_TWO, WASHINGTON_DC )  top
    • (Read more)   top. My brother's Stage Two was diving headfirst into the political system in Washington DC. Everyone's Stage Two is slightly different because every one of us is slightly different.
      Stage Two is a process of self-discovery
    • ( STAGE_TWO, TRIAL-AND-ERROR )  top
    • (Read more)   top
      Stage Two involves a lot of trial-and-error and experimentation.
    • ( STAGE_TWO, STAGE_ONE )  top
    • (Read more)   top
      In Stage One, a person is wholly dependent on other people's actions and approval to be happy. This is a horrible strategy because other people are unpredictable and unreliable.
      In Stage Two, one becomes reliant on oneself, but they're still reliant...
    • ( STAGE_TWO, STAGE_FOUR )  top
    • (Read more)   top. And finally, Stage Four requires we only hold on to what we've already accomplished as long as possible.
      At each subsequent stage, happiness becomes based more on internal, controllable values and less on the externalities of the ever-changing outside world.
      Inter-Stage...
    • ( STAGE_TWO, SELF-DISCOVERY )  top
    • (Read more)   top
      Stage Two is a process of self-discovery.
    • ( STAGE_TWO, POPULARLY )  top
    • (Read more)   top.4 People who stay in Stage Two beyond that are popularly referred to as those with "Peter Pan Syndrome".
    • ( STAGE_TWO, POLITICAL )  top
    • (Read more)   top. My brother's Stage Two was diving headfirst into the political system in Washington DC. Everyone's Stage Two is slightly different because every one of us is slightly different.
      Stage Two is a process of self-discovery
    • ( STAGE_THREE )  top
    • ( STAGE_THREE, JUDGE )  top
    • (Read more)   topPeople at Stage One will judge others by their ability to achieve social approval. People at Stage Two will judge others by their ability to push their own boundaries and try new things
    • (Read more)   topPeople at Stage Three will judge others based on their commitments and what they're able to achieve. People at Stage Four judge others based on what they stand for and what they've chosen to live for.
      The Value of Trauma
      Self-development is often portrayed...
    • ( STAGE_THREE, INDIVIDUALS )  top
    • (Read more)   top
      In "normal" individuals, Stage Three generally lasts from around 30-ish-years-old until one reaches retirement age.
      People who get lodged in Stage Three often do so because they don't know how to let go of their ambition and constant desire for more
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      This applies to the rare individuals who are talented and capable enough to still remain highly influential and relevant into their 70s and 80s as well
    • ( STAGE_THREE, STAGE_TWO )  top
    • (Read more)   topPeople at Stage One will judge others by their ability to achieve social approval. People at Stage Two will judge others by their ability to push their own boundaries and try new things. People at Stage Three will judge others based on their commitments and what they're able to achieve
    • ( STAGE_THREE, STAGE_ONE )  top
    • (Read more)   topPeople at Stage One will judge others by their ability to achieve social approval. People at Stage Two will judge others by their ability to push their own boundaries and try new things
    • ( STAGE_THREE, STAGE_FOUR )  top
    • (Read more)   topPeople at Stage Two will judge others by their ability to push their own boundaries and try new things. People at Stage Three will judge others based on their commitments and what they're able to achieve. People at Stage Four judge others based on what they stand for and what they've chosen to live for.
      The Value of Trauma
      Self-development is often portrayed as a rosy, flowery progression from dumbass to enlightenment that involves a lot of joy,...
    • ( STAGE_THREE, SNOTTY )  top
    • (Read more)   top You double down on a single mission in life, whether that's to work on the world's energy crisis or to be a bitching digital artist or to become an expert in brains or have a bunch of snotty, drooling children. Whatever it is, Stage Three is when you get it done.
      Stage Three is all about maximizing your own potential in this life
    • ( STAGE_THREE, SIP )  top
    • (Read more)   top
      Stage Three ends when a combination of two things happen: 1) you feel as though there's not much else you are able to accomplish, and 2) you get old and tired and find that you would rather sip martinis and do crossword puzzles all day.
      In "normal" individuals, Stage Three generally lasts from around 30-ish-years-old until one reaches retirement age.
      People who get lodged in Stage Three often do so because they...
    • ( STAGE_THREE, PRODUCT )  top
    • (Read more)   topWhat will you leave behind when you're gone. What will people remember you by. Whether that's a breakthrough study or an amazing new product or an adoring family, Stage Three is about leaving the world a little bit different than the way you found it.
      Stage Three ends when a combination of two things happen: 1) you feel as though there's not much else you are able to accomplish,...
    • ( STAGE_ONE )  top
    • (Read more)   top Then, finally, in late childhood, we learn to adapt to our culture by observing the rules and norms around us and trying to behave in such a way that is generally considered acceptable by society. The goal of Stage One is to teach us how to function within society so that we can be autonomous, self-sufficient adults. The idea is that the adults in the community around us help us to reach this point through supporting our ability to make decisions and take action ourselves. But...
    • (Read more)   top ... behind, is to stare oblivion in the face and let it consume you willingly. What's the Point. Developing through each subsequent stage of life grants us greater control over our happiness and well-being. In Stage One, a person is wholly dependent on other people's actions and approval to be happy. This is a horrible strategy because other people are unpredictable and unreliable. In Stage Two, one becomes reliant on oneself, but they're still...