Five Key Skills

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Categories: Self Improvement
Publisher: Writers Exchange E-Publishing | Date published: 06/21/2006

Description


The human race is made up of all sorts of people. Some are naturally outgoing and seem to get on well with everyone they meet. Others are quieter, keep themself to themselves and are fairly passive in their social interactions. A few lucky individuals can speak confidently to a hall full of people or in a one to one discussion. Others have trouble in stringing a few words together in a conversation and their worst nightmare would be to stand up and address a large gathering. Some people seem to be really organised. Their lives run like clockwork, they finish everything they embark on, they decide what they want to do then just do it. The rest of us suffer from occasional bouts of indecision, lack of motivation, inability to set priorities and a tendency to start a new task before completing the first. This book explains in easily understandable and practical terms, how you can improve five key personal skills and lead a more fulfilled and balanced life.

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