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Episode 4: The Biggest Lie – We have Much Less, and Also Much More Control Than We Think

Alex Torpey January 14, 2021 64 5


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Episode 4: The Biggest Lie - We have Much Less, and Also Much More Control Than We Think
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Join former mayor, municipal manager, professor, and consultant Alex Torpey in the fourth episode of Rethinking.

In this episode, we will explore the concepts of self, free will, and consciousness to help better understand the common denominator of nearly every issue we face today – a fundamental misunderstanding of how our minds work.

This is part one of two. After we identify the false assumptions about how we form ideas, have beliefs, and take actions, in the next episode, we will look at how those false assumptions lead to, and currently operate, today’s systems and world.

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From serving as mayor (non party affiliated) of his hometown of South Orange at age 23, a municipal business administrator, founder of a digital consulting firm, an emergency management director and volunteer EMT, and as a graduate level adjunct professor, management consultant, mentor and speaker, Alex Torpey brings together his uniquely diverse experiences to help provide us a platform to rethink the future of our communities, our republic, and ourselves.

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Alex Torpey December 21, 2020

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