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Anxious systems resist the type of leader that would most help them to reverse the downward regression they find themselves in. The [of Leadership] crew explore the affect of Bowen Family System Theory (BFST) on different aspects of their lives.
The social studies educator of the group, John, explains how BFST has changed his view on politics - Donald Trump vs. Abraham Lincoln, the US regressive state and finding good leaders.
Zac identifies self as his BFST change and explains its affects in three areas: influence of others on self (multigenerational process), guiding principles setting a trajectory for life, and defining self.
Alex uses personal stories to show how BFST has changed his view on leadership. How do you let others borrow self in a healthy way?
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