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View from the Cliff: A Course in Achieving Daily Focusby Lynn Weiss
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Are you a kinesthenic, feelings-oriented, active, big-picture person? This skill-building manual is all you'll ever need to manage your time, focus your concentration, set and achieve your goals, avoid emotional overflow, react to stress, handle your impulses and anger, and more. In View from the Cliff: A Course in Achieving Daily Focus, Dr. Lynn Weiss, best-selling author of Attention Deficit Disorder in Adults and ADD and Creativity, imparts new hope to anyone challenged with self-esteem issues or seeking to achieve personal goals.
Dr. Weiss focuses on organizing time, paying attention to details, managing projects, setting and achieving goals, learning to "anchor" attention, dealing with "flooding," reacting to stress, and handling impulses and anger. She looks at ways to improve school and other learning environments, office and career life.
In each chapter, Dr. Weiss expertly sets up potential negative situations, assesses why they happen, discusses what to do and what not to do, suggests how to complete the task or overcome the feeling, describes what makes this difficult to do, and then suggests alternative actions. With empathy and understanding, View from the Cliff delivers the focus necessary for all of us to achieve success, hope, and pride.
View from the Cliff imparts new hope not only to ADD-style thinkers, but to anyone challenged with self-esteem issues or seeking to achieve their goals. With her simple, straightforward program, Dr. Weiss lays out the tools and techniques to help sharpen existing strengths and develop new ones.
With her simple, straightforward program, an acclaimed A.D.D. expert lays out the tools and techniques to help sharpen existing strengths and develop new ones. Weiss's practical guide teaches readers to unlock innate abilities effectively while cultivating skills that have long eluded them.
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