Cornerstone: Building on Your Best
Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2004 - Education - 463 pages
Annotation. This guide book offers one of the most complete, concrete student success programs in the country, with suggestions and strategies for academic success and personal improvement--including goals, change, and career/lifeplanning. Visually stunning, and conversationally written, the book provides readers with a variety of solutions to almost any problem faced in the first year of college and beyond. Chapter topics include preparing for and dealing with change; motivation, goal setting and self-esteem; things you need to know about college, but may never ask; managing your time and money wisely; the art of active listening; empowering your memory; critical and creative thinking skills; practical steps for writing and speaking; and a plan for wellness, stress reduction and personal responsibility. For anyonepreparing and planning to succeed in life.
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