When I left engineering and earned my doctorate in psychology, my interest was in helping people self-actualize--that is, fulfill themselves in every way possible. Since 1981 I've circled the globe twice, taught more than 60,000 individuals in 30 countries, written 15 nonfiction books, and am now returning to my core interest of helping people be the best they can be.
The pandemic has disrupted our lives in ways we couldn't even imagine several years ago. Extroverts in particular have suffered because they've been cooped up with no one to interact with except family, pets, or online folks. High tech, low touch John Naisbett called it. Not their cup of tea.
Not only that, but all kinds of people are questioning their careers and jobs, their way of working, and are searching for a better way to live.
That's what I want to help people with. Life enrichment and living creatively.
If that sounds interesting to you, then you're in the right place. You may want to join my membership site, NSPIR, a community of people who want to live the good life, and work for enjoyment, not for a living.
Check it out. Our programs may be just the ticket to a new life of fulfillment, achievement, and self-actualization.
Hi. I'm Dr. Jim Lewis, founder of the Lewis Institute.
Trying to make a decision on something as important as a career move is nearly impossible just by reading the text on a website. And FAQs are nearly impossible to decipher.
I don't know about you, but I HATE not being able to talk with a real, live, warm-bodied human being!
Use our Appointment Scheduler and we'll talk with you about what you need, so we can both decide if we are right for each other. No cost. No strong-arm selling. Just a friendly chat between two people who may or may not be able to work together.