Joshua van Asakinda has spent years developing a new paradigm for achieving success. His system recognizes that most of our difficulties in the world pertain to one of four principle dysfunctions:
We have not clarified our purpose (a question of why);
We have clarified our purpose, but we lack the skill-sets necessary to realize it (a question of mastery);
We have clarified our purpose and developed the skill-sets necessary to realize it, but we have not strategized a path to our purpose (a question of strategy);
We have clarified our purpose and developed the skill-sets necessary to realize it, and have even strategized a path to our purpose, but we have failed to surround ourselves with the right partners for realizing our vision (a question of community).
These can occur at either the personal level or the professional level; both individuals and organizations suffer from these four principle dysfunctions. In order to achieve success, we must first resolve these underlying issues, and in order to resolve these underlying issues, we must first have a real, solid understanding of human psychology. And yet this is precisely where most systems fail: Most systems for personal and professional development rely more on neo-hippie soundbites than on neuro-psychological research. This is why Joshua van Asakinda- a master-level student of psychology- has founded his work firmly in psychological research, but also in the generational wisdom of classical traditions from throughout history, and recalls the work of Carl Jung, Simon Sinek, Joseph Campbell, Friedrich Nietzsche, Fyodor Dostoevsky, and Tsunetomo Yamamoto.
It is truly a revolution in personal and professional development.