Dealing with the Kid in Your Head: Removing the Head Trash from Your Life

Overview

The most potent inhibitor of human potential is not the lack of talent or even negative personality traits. It's a form of personal and professional insanity known as 'Head-Trash'.
Most of us have two lives: the life we are living... and the life we want to live.
Between the two stands the Kid in your head.

With insight gained from over three decades of professional ...

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Overview

The most potent inhibitor of human potential is not the lack of talent or even negative personality traits. It's a form of personal and professional insanity known as 'Head-Trash'.
Most of us have two lives: the life we are living... and the life we want to live.
Between the two stands the Kid in your head.

With insight gained from over three decades of professional Coaching, author Steven Johnson reveals the ways that the Kid in our head holds us back in life, preventing us from achieving our dreams.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781495361579
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/1/2014
  • Pages: 154
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.33 (d)

Meet the Author

Steve Johnson is founder and Director of Strategic People Development, an organizational development firm that helps people design strategies for personal and professional development. He is also a principal at True North Group, Ltd., a Northwest based coaching firm that helps people find and fulfill their purpose in life.
Since 1984 his group has been helping organizations understand how to hire, coach, and develop the potential of their best asset: their people. His client list is a "Who's Who" of corporations (such as Clorox, Coca Cola, IBM, Jeppesen, Orica, Lucent, and dozens more) as well as churches, denominations, including state and national associations representing a highly diverse range of industries and interests.
Steve has authored numerous individual and corporate assessment tools that have been used internationally. His current co-authored book is How to Discover Your Personal Life Mission, with other books due to be published in 2014:
• Dealing with the Kid in Your head: Removing the Head Trash from Your Life
• Dealing with the Kid in Your Head: Eliminating Head Trash from Your Relationships
• Wired for Life: What to do with Who You Are- Finding and Fulfilling Your Calling in Life
• Dancing on the Other Foot: How I ended up on the Island

His true love is teaching organizational psychology, coaching, writing, and sea kayaking. He lives on an island hideaway on Puget Sound, WA.

He can be contacted at:

Steve@StrategicPeople.net

www.strategicpeople.net

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