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Stuck on a frustrating rung of the corporate ladder? Learn the traits that every employer loves--and how to master them yourself. Text block clean and tight. Dust jacket in brand new condition. Elk Creek Heritage Books Published: Laura, Cheryl Richardson, and Dr. Phil, How to Be a Grown Up is an effective blueprint for realizing your own best potential.
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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Jul 28, Becca added it Shelves: I decided I don't really want to be a grown-up after all. Mar 13, Zubie rated it liked it. A quick read and a lot of helpful advice. The main themes of this book are to build a support group, be financially responsible, avoid or overcome addiction, and to take action and be flexible.
I recommend this book to anyone interested in improving their adult lives. Jun 07, Bea Elwood rated it liked it. Really liked this book. Would be a great book to give a young adult because it gives really good advice and things to think about and work towards, but it was also good to read as an adult to figure out where you might be avoiding responsibility and are not adulting as much as you could be. Mar 04, morgan b. I often feel like I haven't really completed "growing up" despite being in my mids, so this book and the popularity of Kaiser seemed like a good combination.
The book is written pretty casually, which I like. It wasn't filled with lots of explanation of the cognitive psychology of maturation - this is definitely an ACTION-focused book. Each chapter focused on one "step", such as learning to be alone, managing your finances, being able to forge relationships was written in the context of a related patient story or set of stories, explaining the causes of their distress, causes of general distress about a situation.
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Then, a journaling or reviewing action for one's own personal habits was introduced and reviewed, then a few action steps to move further and "grow up" in that process. Overall, this was a pretty watered-down version of the major "life lessons" found in most self-help books. It's not very specific in the slightest: Kaiser even repeatedly mentions with specific instances that can "get more complicated", one needs to seek one-on-one therapy to work out specific issues.
This may save her from having so much detail, but it does a disservice in the someodd pages to not address those issues in the slightest. Oct 01, Ashley rated it liked it. I forgot to review this.
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It was a good book, but it started getting annoying because she writes that you should get rid of things in your life that bother you or are hard to deal with. Like friends who are extra baggage or a marriage that isn't working. I think understanding anything a little bit more helps you appreciate it and love it better. That goes for pe I forgot to review this.
That goes for people, too. What I got from it the most was that I throw tantrums like I used to when I was a baby way to often I'm learning to take care of myself and learning to react better. I'm so grown up! Dec 08, Bridget rated it really liked it. I really liked this. Timing may have been everything, though. It seemed more of a motivation book than self help to me, which may be why I liked it. She is not condescending nor does she allow excuses. This is not the book for someone with major issues, either.
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