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Questions for Reflection - Inspiration for thinking things through fully - cover

Questions for Reflection - Inspiration for thinking things through fully

Kerstin Hack

Publisher: Down to Earth

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Summary

Ask a reasonable question and you'll get a reasonable answer. —Euripides

When we reflect clearly, we strengthen our lives, learn, and avoid making mistakes. This Microbook presents proven methods of reflection. It helps us to reflect on inner processes and periods of time as well as thinking through projects. All methods of reflection are clearly and simply explained so that they can be implemented immediately.

Ideal for all who would like to get to know themselves better and live life to the full.

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