This groundbreaking book is the first to explain how the new science of Positive Psychology intersects with goal-setting research to help people set and achieve life list goals. Happy people have a strong sense of personal agency, and they tend to set harder and more challenging goals, which gets them more of what they want in life. Learn how to develop your own sense of self-efficacy, create powerful mastery experiences, and use your environment to work for you and not against you.
Caroline Miller brings together positive psychology research and hands-on exercises into a unique mix, a manual for defining one's life goals and making strides towards achieving them.
Lists motivate us and ensure we don't forget key steps (or people). Caroline's book will be a classic in goal setting. Try them in your life.
In the years since Caroline's MAPP degree, she added a major missing piece to the world of coaching.
Caroline’s book not only offers a proven way to accomplish goals, it emphasizes the nurturance of qualities that are essential in that process, including the ability to hang in there when the going gets tough, and the importance of having good friendships along the way.
A + for the authors' ability to integrate science with a practical application for the general public. One of the best of its kind.