Profit from Experience: A Handbook for Learning Growth and Change
Using 21 simple exercises, an expert in cognitive psychology and change management tells readers how they can profit from their experience--consciously improving their outlooks, habits, and patterns of behavior to increase their personal effectiveness and make a real difference in any task they choose to take on.
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