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Argues that one can take control of one's life by assuming responsbility for all one's choices, and explains how to improve business, marital, and family relationships
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Avoiding personal responsibility has become this nation's most popular pastime, according to Ted Willey, author of The Power of Choice: A Guide to Personal and Professional Self-Management. This revolutionary book shows us a workable and positive way to take control of our lives by accepting total responsibility for all our experiences.
Willey believes the members of our society see themselves as powerless victims in a world where people blame everyone and everything else. In order to break out of this mentality, we first become conscious of the choices we make and accept full responsibility for the outcomes, good or bad.
Written for professionals, parents, couples - all individuals interested in personal and professional growth - The Power of Choice tells readers how to be effective self-managers. For individuals to be responsible for directing their children, effective in running a company, managing a department, or dependable in sustaining a relationship, they must first be responsible, effective and dependable in directing themselves.
The Power of Choice appeals to all individuals who want to make more satisfying choices in their lives and enjoy enhanced relationships at work and at home.
Berwick House Publishing CompanyFrom the Inside Flap:
If you feel you've been the passenger in your journey through life, this book will put you right back in the driver's seat - where you belong. Yes, you can take control over all aspects of your life! The Power of Choice: A Guide to Personal and Professional Self-Management shows how to achieve more of the experiences you desire by taking total personal responsibility for all your choices.
Ted Willey challenges, cajoles, questions and generally shakes you out of your preconceived notions about why things happen the way they do. His refreshing easy-to-read style of writing invites participation and enables you to start taking charge of your life from the very first pages.
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