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If We Knew Then What We Know Now: The Power of Possibilities for a Longer, Happier and Healthier Life

Allan Katcher Ph.D., Irving S. Newmark D.D.S.

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ISBN 10: 0983381305 / ISBN 13: 9780983381303
Published by CEDEFA, 2011
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Title: If We Knew Then What We Know Now: The Power ...

Publisher: CEDEFA

Publication Date: 2011

Binding: Paperback

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Two life-long students of human behavior share their lives and experiences so that readers of any age can benefit from the authors' "Now" which includes emotionally healthy insights and possibilities for needed life changes. An emphasis is placed on self-examination and recognition of the many alternatives that exist for improving one's emotional and physical well-being. Each section poses provocative questions about one's behavior and attitudes. A vision is provided of a world full of possibilities awaiting the choice of those people willing to make them. The book also describes how people block themselves from being able to see the opportunities that exist. By examining the Major Areas of Life: Intimate Re- lationships, Parenthood, Financial Security, Work and Health, the book pinpoints the adverse conse- quences of failing to resolve breakdowns in one or more of these areas. Practical strategies are illustrated for ways to deal with conflicts, threats, and difficult choices that will minimize distress and optimize positive outcomes for a happier and healthier life.

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Dr. Allan Katcher has been a consultant to many of the Fortune 500 companies, including Cisco, Exxon, General Foods, Household International, National Westminster Bank and Xerox. He has lectured and conducted seminars in twenty-six countries. His doctorate in psychology was earned at the Univer- sity of California (Berkeley) and he has taught at Brooklyn College, the Califonria Institute of Tech nology, UCLA and the University of Washington. The former president of BCon LIFO International, Inc., Dr. Katcher is the author of books in Portu- guese and English and has written many articles on the use iof The LIFO Method and its various applications. His major intersts are in executive coaching, managing change, self-concepts and teambuilding. Prior to work on The LIFO Method, he wa smanager of executive development at Douglas Aircraft Corporation, head of management development at the System Development Corporation and a human factors scientist at The RAND Corporation. Dr. Irving Newmark is the founder of the Studio City Dental Group, the longest-running dental group in the United States. He received his DDS from Indiana University and an MA in psychology from California State University, Northridge. Dr. Newmark is a unique combination of dentist, psychologist and management consultant. He has been at the forefront of developing innovative methods for practice management, health care delivery systems and improvement of the quality of doctor-patient relations. Dr. Newmark has published extensively in pro- fessional journals. He also co-authored a book with his borther Gerald, a Ph.D. in educational Psychol- ogy, that deals with happiness (Happiness Through Superficiality, 1991). In addition, he has lectured widely throughout the United States. He has been a consultant ro professional partnerships and groups with respect to team building and interpersonal relationships. He has a special interest in coaching for couples and individuals.

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