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How To Find Your Talents: Simple Ideas for finding your talents and strengths (How To eBooks Book 12)

How To Find Your Talents: Simple Ideas for finding your talents and strengths (How To eBooks Book 12)

How To Find Your Talents: Simple Ideas for finding your talents and strengths (How To eBooks Book 12)

LEARN TODAY: How To Find Your Talents and Strengths

“How to Find Your Talents: Simple Ideas for Finding Your Talents and Strengths” is a simple compendium that is written to help out individuals who have not found out their talents and gifts yet.

The tips presented here are very simple to follow and the simplicity of the suggestions will give you more motivation. You will not have any excuses not to follow the tips presented here.

This collection presents ten chapte

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Getting the Love You Want: A Guide for Couples, 20th Anniversary Edition

Getting the Love You Want: A Guide for Couples, 20th Anniversary Edition

Originally published in 1988, Getting the Love You Want has helped millions of couples attain more loving, supportive, and deeply satisfying relationships. The 20th anniversary edition contains extensive revisions to this groundbreaking book, with a new chapter, new exercises, and a foreword detailing Dr. Hendrix’s updated philosophy for eliminating all negativity from couples’ daily interactions, allowing readers of the 2008 edition to benefit from his ongoing discoveries during his last t

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6 Responses to “How To Find Your Talents: Simple Ideas for finding your talents and strengths (How To eBooks Book 12)”

  1. Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    It’s time to find what you are good at, September 9, 2014
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    Rafase282 (USA) –

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    This review is from: How To Find Your Talents: Simple Ideas for finding your talents and strengths (How To eBooks Book 12) (Kindle Edition)
    This book is all about finding yourself, what you are good at, where you excels. Many people have trouble finding that out by themselves. The book might not be very long but the information is really important. I noticed that this book has things that would seem to contradict themselves at a simple glance, like listening to others and understanding the “art” of solitude and putting it to practice. Yet if you read more into it then you will realize the deeper meaning. I found the book intriguing and even helpful which is why I recommend this book to anyone curious enough.

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  2. Anonymous says:
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    Love thus Book on Finding Talents!, September 13, 2014
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    Leanne

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    How to Find Your Talents is life changing! I loved this book! The advice is easy to implement and great, from using affirmations to stepping out of your comfort zone! I loved the format of this book that makes it easy to try something new each chapter and after reading this book I feel more confident in myself and like I am definitely going in the right direction! Great Book!

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  3. Anonymous says:
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    He was not born a poor black child, September 21, 2014
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    Had to stop reading as soon as they mentioned Obama. What did he overcome? Being raised by rich white people in Hawaii? He was not born a poor black child. Sorry, try deleting any reference to him and you might have a good book.

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  4. SH in Tampa "SPH" says:
    311 of 325 people found the following review helpful
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    One of the few books that may really change your life, April 9, 2001
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    SH in Tampa “SPH” (Tampa FL) –

    The relationship/self-help book market is booming. When looking for one of these books you are presented with a bewildering array of “experts” and “specialists”, each with their pet theories about where men and women come from or what “rules” you should apply to your relationship.
    It is rare to find a book written by an author with solid academic credentials and years of clinical practice. This book is one such find.
    The book is organized into three parts. In part I, Dr. Hendrix describes the type of relationships most of us have – “Unconscious Marriage”. In this section, he details how our childhood experiences, self image and ideals of romantic love combine to create an unstated power struggle between spouses. Often many books stop at this point, assuming that the reader can now go forth and solve their problems. Fortunately Dr. Hendrix continues.
    In the second part, he describes what a more fulfilling relationship might look like, the “Conscious Marriage”. He describes how to begin with commitment, stop destructive exit patterns, creating a zone of safety, understanding yourself and your partner, how to begin real self growth and containing rage. He closes by providing two examples of marriages that have been transformed by applying these techniques. The exercises and approaches described by Dr. Hendrix are hard. His most meaningful techniques are not quick tricks but require a lot of introspection and self awareness. As he mentions in his book, many couples may require external assistance (we did). However, his techniques provides lasting changes in the way that you interact with your partner.
    The final part of the book is a series of exercises that help drive how the major points in each chapter of the preceding two sections. Relevant and helpful, their main point appears to be to draw the reader into applying the theories presented in the book to their own situation. In this respect, they are helpful.
    We have tried a number of different books/techniques to help our relationship and we found this one to be the most helpful by orders of magnitude. I hope it works well for others

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  5. Amazon Customer "Michael S. Beverly" says:
    199 of 215 people found the following review helpful
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    Life Changing!!!, February 27, 2001
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    Let me start by saying I am not a self-help book devotee. That said, this book has revolutionized my relationship with my husband and taken it to a new level. BUT… I recommend this book for only those seriously committed to REALLY wanting an honest, soul-fully deep relationship. This is not a quick fix book full of easy answers. If you are looking for a book to tell you how to fix your partner or get them to be what you want them to be, don’t buy this book.
    To make the concepts in Getting The Love You Want work, it takes a tremendous amount of gut wrenchingly honest introsepction, humility, willingness to do things completely differently, and total selflessness. It’s hard work.
    But if you do what this book suggests, your life will be forever changed … in all your relationships. This book has changed my life and enriched it beyond belief. I read the book – my husband didn’t. Although he was not a proactive participant in the process, his life has been equally impacted and we are getting all we ever hoped for from each other.

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  6. Anonymous says:
    168 of 181 people found the following review helpful
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    Solid insight, not just for after problems start., April 23, 2005
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    Amazon Customer “Michael S. Beverly” (Orange County, California) –

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    When I told a pastor friend of mine a short time ago that I was ready to start pursuing a relationship again he recommend this book. When I noticed that it referred to itself as a guide to couples I thought maybe he’d made a mistake recommending it to me, however, as soon as I started getting into it I realized why he thought it’d be helpful to read even before I got into a relationship.

    I’d recommend this book to both couples in crisis and those just trying to make things better as well as to any, like myself, that simply want to work on knowing ourselves better before getting into a relationship. It is also very helpful in being able to form insight into how others relate to us in a relationship, why they expect what they do and why we expect what we do.

    Some of the author’s insight into how childhood wounds effect us are very helpful in seeing how some of our personality gets formed and how those traits affect both our partners and ourselves. When two people start a relationship they both have expectations, conscious and subconscious, of what they expect the other person to do for them. Obviously in a healthy relationship both people are trying to love and give to the other person because giving and loving and being unselfish are traits we all recognize as being “good” and honourable and most healthy people desire to be good or Godly in some form or another.

    What is not so obvious, and what I found most helpful in my reading of this book, is that people go into a relationship with the expectation that the other person will heal us where we were wounded and hurt as children. This unconscious desire to have our partners fill the need left behind by our less than perfect parents often is the cause of the ensuing battles and eventual breakdown of relationships. Often the net result of this inability to get our partners to heal us is divorce.

    I feel very positive about what I learned in this book and while certainly no panacea, I believe that anyone with an open mind and a desire to learn about themselves and have a greater empathy for their mates will get something positive here. I give it a strong recommendation to both married couples and those that intend to be in the future.

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