Four beliefs keep individuals from solving their problems: a conviction of unworthiness, an assumption that change is risky, a sense of incompetence, and a perception that other people are more important.
Part I of this workbook offers specific strategies to help overcome these inhibiting beliefs.
Part II provides step-by-step instructions on assessing problems, brainstorming solutions, imagining consequences, and putting solutions into practice.
In the conclusion, the reader evaluates the success of the problem-solving process and reviews other approaches to gain even greater improvements.
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