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by Kathryn D. Cramer

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ISBN:
076242723X
Author:
Kathryn D. Cramer
Category:
Management & Leadership
Language:
English
Publisher:
Running Press Adult; 1 edition (March 1, 2006)
Pages:
152 pages
EPUB book:
1987 kb
FB2 book:
1395 kb
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1555 kb
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Rating:
4.6
Votes:
751


From corporate coach Kathryn Cramer and marketing genius Hank Wasiak comes the first asset-based thinking (ABT) book for young adults that will change the way they see everything! This brilliant and simple book on th. .

From corporate coach Kathryn Cramer and marketing genius Hank Wasiak comes the first asset-based thinking (ABT) book for young adults that will change the way they see everything! This brilliant and simple book on the philosophy of ABT instills success-oriented habits in even the most stubborn teens. By focusing on the positive situations in life instead of the negative.

This brilliantly simple book on the philosophy known as Asset-Based Thinking, instills success-oriented habits in even . The newest release in the ABT series is Change the Way You See Everything for Teens (April 2009.

This brilliantly simple book on the philosophy known as Asset-Based Thinking, instills success-oriented habits in even the most die-hard cynic. Its transformational lessons-conveyed through unique photographic metaphors and inspiring stories from real people-reveal how the slightest shift in perception can lead to monumental results in both business and in life. ABT is This brilliantly simple book on the philosophy known as Asset-Based Thinking, instills success-oriented habits in even the most die-hard cynic.

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From corporate coach Kathryn Cramer and marketing genius Hank Wasiak comes the first asset-based . Asset-based thinking is much more than a 'the glass is half-full

From corporate coach Kathryn Cramer and marketing genius Hank Wasiak comes the first asset-based thinking (ABT) book for young adults that will change the way they. 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 just as good for the seasoned leader hoping to refine their focus.

Cramer, Kathryn D; Wasiak, Hank. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014). These three powerful ideas converge in the breakthrough work, Change the Way You See Everything. ABT is not just positive thinking, but rather a systematic observation of "what works.

Learn the art of asset-based thinking and shift your consciousness toward success-oriented .

Learn the art of asset-based thinking and shift your consciousness toward success-oriented thoughts and actions. Authors Kathryn D. Cramer, P. and Hank Wasiak explore in three separate lessons the ways that subtle changes in our point of view can dramatically alter the course of our lives. Explained through distinctive visual metaphors and past experiences from real people, this transformational lessons are guiding us toward our potential and away from despair and resignation both in life and business.

It changes the way we see everything, leading to.Through Asset-Based Thinking anyone can lead more productive and personally fulfilling lives.

It changes the way we see everything, leading to dramatic improvements in the way we live and work. Asset-Based Thinking zeros in on what’s working rather than what’s not (Deficit-Based Thinking) and favors inspiration and aspiration over desperatio. nd it is infectious. Throughout this talk, Kathy will teach the audience members how to tap the power of Asset-Based Thinking and apply it to their personal and professional lives. This program is divided into three parts: Change the way you see yourself Change the way you see others Change the way you see situations.

Kathryn D. Cramer, Hank Wasiak. These three powerful ideas converge in the breakthrough work, Change the Way You See Everything This brilliantly simple book on the philosophy known as Asset-Based Thinking, instills success-oriented habits in even the most die-hard cynic.

Hank Wasiak, Kathryn D. On the authors' recommendation I read the whole thing through in one sitting but have since gone back to pour over the wisdom in the pages when I need to adjust my mindset and need a fresh infusion of Asset Based Thinking. I have never come across a "business" book as intriguing, fresh, and enchanting as "Change the Way you See Everything" - you will absolutely love it and be inspired to a new level of living by the content inside.

This brilliantly simple book on the philosophy known as Asset-Based Thinking, instills success-oriented habits in even the most die-hard cynic. Its transformational lessons--conveyed through unique photographic metaphors and inspiring stories from real people--reveal how the slightest shift in perception can lead to monumental results in both business and in life. ABT is not just positive thinking, but rather a systematic observation of "what works." Kathryn Cramer, an acclaimed corporate consultant, and Hank Wasiak, a creative icon of the advertising industry, have produced a work that looks and works like no other business or self-help book-because it IS like no other book. Change the Way You See Everything is a revolutionary approach to every aspect of life that bears not just reading, but re-reading, and sharing with people in your circle. You'll never look at the world the same way again.
  • Vuzahn
At first glance, this book seems quite exciting, judging from its colourful presentation format, with visually appealing photographs, breezy light text & catchy phrases. After perusing it, I regret to find that it offers neither breakthrough ideas nor revolutionary approach.

In the field of business writing, the concept & philosophy behind ABT (what I would term as perceptual sensitivity or acuity) was first broached by Edward de bono in the early 70's with his series of lateral thinking books, starting from the ground-breaking `Mechanism of Mind.' His former discipline, Michael Hewitt-Gleeson from Down Under went on to expand his former mentor's ideas by introducing the CVS2BVS equation in his book, `Software for Your Brain.' He even created a web-based School of Thinking to teach his stuff.

Many business consultants/authors have since then come out with their own insightful interpretations. They include, to name just a few, Joel Arthur Barker (`Future Edge'), Jerry Wind (`The Power of Impossible Thinking'), J Philip Kirby (`Thoughtware'), Moshe Rubinstein (`The Minding Organisation'), Mark Brown ('Dinosaur Strain'), & Luc de Brabandere (`The Forgotten Half of Change'). A few others even introduced some creative twists to the original concept, e.g. Wayne Burkan's "Wide Angle Vision' (or 'Splatter Vision')& George Day's `Peripheral Vision.'

Coming back to this book, I would like add that I actually enjoyed reading the inspiring stories of real people & also doing the workouts & reflections, some of which seem absurd to some readers. At the end of the book, the authors have provided some ABT cards which one can pull out & create laminated cards for sharing the ideas with others. The authors have also incorporated one last visual challenge at the end of the book, What Do You See?.

I am particularly intrigued as to why the authors did not include a bibliography or references at the back of the book.

On the whole from the standpoint of enhancing perceptual sensitivity or acuity, I would rate this book a 4 for its colourful presentation, brilliant simplicity & catchy phrases, although I am quite inclined to rate it a 3 in the light of what I have just reviewed.

For those readers who have not read any of the books mentioned in this review, this book is therefore still worthwhile to be read & played with.

Additionally, I would recommend:

- Playful Perception, by Herbet Leff;
- How to Use Your Eyes, by James Elkins;
- The Playful Eye, by Julian Rothenstein;

for those readers who are keen to explore further.
  • Bine
I have read this book 2 or 3 times over the last years - gleaning new information and insights each time. Outstanding advice, insight, and incredible pictures. "Asset based thinking" has truly helped me take control of several 'bad' situations, and prosper within them. I have bought 2 copies and given them as gifts.
  • Fenrikasa
I have given this book as a gift to many of my coaching clients. I have also embraced the book's mantra, "Magnify the Best, Focus on the Next."

This book will literally change the way you see everything. Based on the concept of asset-based vs. deficit-based thinking, the authors look at the way we see ourselves, the way we see others, and the way we see our world. They turn everything upside down. For people who want to stretch, grow and move out of the proverbial box, this book is a must read.
  • Umor
I bought this book for a project but I am now reading it for life. Thanks e excellent structure and the beauty is commendable. Every page is a treasure House
  • FLIDER
Highly recommended if you want to Change Everything you see!!! Great insights.
  • Zamo
Simply put, this is a beautiful book. Full of inspiring information interspersed with beautiful photographs. It is at once a self-help manual and a coffee table delight. Makes a memorable gift.
  • kinder
perfect---thank you
boring, didnt like it