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Change The Way You See Yourself: Through Asset-Based Thinking Paperback – 6 May 2008
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About the Author
Kathryn D. Cramer, Ph.D. is a practicing psychologist, sought-after corporate consultant and speaker, and the author of several books on personal effectiveness and professional development. She is the founder of The Stress Center at St. Louis University, and managing partner of The Cramer Institute, an internationally recognized coaching and consulting firm. She lives in St. Louis, MO. Hank Wasiak is co-founder of The Concept Farm, one of the hottest creative development companies in the world. He is an advertising industry icon who works with the corporate elite of global and domestic business. Hank is an Adjunct Professor at USC's Marshall School of Business and lives in California.
Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
What I love about ABT is that it provides a language for those of us who focus on what we have/strengths versus dwelling on what you lack (deficits).
All too often if you look at the positive side of things, you become labeled a bright-eyed optimist, or a Pollyanna. Asset-based thinking is much more than a 'the glass is half-full.'
This second book in the series, "Change the Way You See Yourself" maps out the tools step-by-step to help the reader discover their strengths, source of power, ways to influence and more.
It's perfect for those trying to figure out what they want/should do with their life... It's just as good for the seasoned leader hoping to refine their focus.
What's also great is asset-based thinking is a strong foundation for other self-help methods... It doesn't conflict, but serves as a base... a foundation.
I highly recommend "Change the Way You See Yourself," as well as their first title "Change the Way You See Everything." (You don't need the first to understand the second... but they *do* support each other).