Life Management: Skills for Busy People

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Prentice Hall, 1997 - Goal (Psychology) - 202 pages
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For courses in Life Skills, Freshman Orientation, Career Education, Personal/Professional Development.

This stand-alone guide/workbook explores the skills necessary for laying a good foundation for a business or personal life-without-struggle i.e., critical-thinking and problem-solving skills, interpersonal skills, and change-oriented, goal-setting skills. It presents easy-to-understand-and-use tools for achieving goal fulfillment on a minute-by-minute, day-by-day basis through goal setting, positive communication, conflict resolution, self-nurturing, time management, and career planning. By working through a variety of activities that require critical thinking and creativity, students develop a Personal Life Management Plan and discover the power of using new skills to become change agents for themselves.

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Contents

FOR CHANGE
5
Dealing with Change
18
PROGRESS CHECK AND AFFIRMATION
25
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