Your Personal Guide to

FINDING YOURSELF

 

 

 

Dan Schultheis
HIA Associate, Human Relations Strategist
Speaker, Lecturer, Coach

 

Dr. Daniel Trussell Ph.D., MBA, LPC, NCC
Positive Psychology, Author, Lecturer
BREAKING FREE
Using Positive Psychology to Conquer Depression

 

 

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(TA Basics for executives) 12 month training by email/phone 50 sessions.

 

Life Mastery Systems (TA Basics for family, counselors, home school, pastors, etc.) 12 month guided email/phone training 50 sessions.

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Transactional Analysis The Four Ego-States Model:


Transactional Analysis The Four Ego-States Model [Kindle Edition] By Danna G. Hallmark
      

 

 

Listen! You're Trying to tell YOU Something (The Board Meeting in Your Head), Edmundson, Hallmark, Connor

 

 

TEAMWORK The Five Assurances of a Functioning Team (Looking at your team from another perspective) Edmundson, Hallmark

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How Do I Feel Happy? How Do I Feel Sad? (TA reading book especially for ages 3-7) Danna G. Hallmark

 

 


How to Run Your Own Life, many considers the most useful do-it-yourself book ever written; by one of America's foremost executive coaches. The author, Jut Meininger was listed by "Businessweek" as a top TA guru in the US.

 


FINDING YOURSELF

Your Personal Guide to Finding Yourself

By Danna G. Hallmark

 

As pressures mount on the female population, generation after generations, to do more and more, jump from one role to another, day after day, in a vast majority of cases in the USA (and, assuredly to a great extent in other areas of the world) women are effectively losing themselves in the roles they play. They live their lives being this to this one, and that to that one, to the
detriment and loss of their own wants, their own hopes, their own likes, their own dreams -- their own self.

 

It sometimes appears that each of us is on a collision course with our own tragedy and nothing that we experience, see, or hear that might alert us of danger seems to register as being applicable to us. We can hear warnings a thousand times and have it shouted in our faces, but for some reason we can't apply situations to our own lives until we have lived the very same
thing with equally disastrous results that we had seen and clucked our tongues at many times before.

 

In this eminently readable little book Danna G. Hallmark makes personal what Betty Friedan tried to warn us of back in the 1960s. It's more relevant today.