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Using Your Mind
Thinking for Personal Power

  • Richard Nelson-Jones - Fellow of the British Psychological Society and of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy


October 2003 | 224 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
`At last a practical workbook on self-management from a leading international psychologist illustrating the importance of self-analysis and the benefits to individuals of managing their own careers' - Derek Edwards, Managing Director of Sanders & Sidney

This book is a guide to using one's mind skillfully and creatively which focuses on how to manage oneself rather than other people. Among the thinking skills covered are setting realistic goals, visualizing problems, making accurate decisions, and preventing and managing crises. Fifty exercises are included.

 
Creating Your Thinking
 
Creative Thinking
 
Learning How not to Think Creatively
 
The STCs of Creative Thinking
 
Own Responsibility for Choosing
 
Get in Touch with Feelings
 
Develop Coping Self-Talk
 
Choose Realistic Personal Rules
 
Perceive Accurately
 
Explain Cause Accurately
 
Predict Realistically
 
Set Realistic Goals
 
Develop Visualising Skills
 
Make Realistic Decisions
 
Prevent and Manage Problems
 
Keep Using Your Mind

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ISBN: 9781412901260
£39.99