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- Arel shares about his childhood growing up in a difficult environment and how his desire to get out of that environment fueled him. (2:53)
- Arel discusses how he went from being a successful college student to hosting a TV show, getting invited to the White House, and standing on TEDx stages. (17:37)
- Arel explains the conventional stages of adult development theory, including self-centric, group-centric, skill-centric, and achiever stages. (26:15)
- Arel discusses how individuals move from a self-centric mindset to a group-centric one, where they accept the group’s beliefs as their own and develop an “us versus them” mentality. (35:41)
- Arel mentions the difference between the skill-centric and achiever stages, and how the latter involves enlisting people with complementary skills. (43:33)
- Arel explains how the achiever stage involves delegating and empowering others, while the skill-centric stage tends to hold onto tasks and believe that nobody can do it as well as they can. (49:07)
- “For any of us, when we look at our story, it’s very easy to look at the things that happened to us and say, that’s the exact reason why I can’t make it. Where, I think if you look at it from a different perspective, you always build a skill set, you always build a survival mechanism to get through anything that’s tough. And that mechanism, that skill might just be the thing that makes you more successful than you would have been without it.” – Arel Moodie