Reaching Your Potential: Personal and Professional Development 4th Edition, by Robert K. Throop introduces the method to helping college students take control of their lives and enhance their self-belief. The text is organized around the 4 areas of emotional, mental, physical and social potential.
By means of a strategy of learning and self-examination, college students discover their values, enhance their dedication to private objectives, and problem themselves to develop and learn. While gaining sensible data and skills, college students will discover their emotional, intellectual, physical, and social resources.
This mannequin, which is thematically integrated all through the text, permits readers to emerge from their learning experience understanding the significance of creating each of these areas in order to reach their fullest potential. This text supplies an outline of the authors’ mannequin for serving to college students attain their full potential, together with the five levels that must be followed to develop the 4 main potentials of the individual.
Pre-reading and put up-reading Self-Assessments allow students to measure their potential and observe their progress. A various array of people that have overcome challenges and succeeded in life is profiled in “Whatever It Takes” features, providing motivation for students to do the same.
As college students work via the text, they apply the ideas they study to their own situations in the “Your Flip” activities. It is interspersed throughout every chapter, these activities immediate students to participate in a strategy of self-discovery, which engages and holds their interest.
The Reaching Your Potential 4th Edition involves readers in active studying with self-assessments, activities that apply ideas to their own lives, questions that test comprehension, and case studies to foster crucial-thinking skills.
Reaching Your Potential: Personal and Professional Development [Paperback]
Robert K. Throop and Marion B. Castellucci
Wadsworth Publishing; 4 edition (October 1, 2009)