Good Self, Bad Self - Judy Smith

Good Self, Bad Self

By Judy Smith

  • Release Date - Published: 2012-04-03
  • Book Genre: Self-Improvement
  • Author: Judy Smith
Our rating: 5/5 stars

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From the real-life crisis expert who inspired ABC’s Scandal.

Everyone must learn to live with personal missteps. Whether you’ve put yourself in an awkward situation, or you find that you’ve unwittingly created a full-blown crisis, Judy Smith is here to teach you how to look within to diffuse, mitigate, and resolve issues at their root.

Good Self, Bad Self will teach you how to face and overcome potential problems before they send your life spinning out of control. Using the straightforward and incredibly effective POWER model—which incorporates the same strategies Judy uses with her high-profile clients—you can learn to master and expertly handle any sticky situation in your own life. Smith distills years of experience, sharing tools we all need to face our mistakes and overcome them.

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  • Not a self-help book reader, but...

    By Anne in DC
    Normally, self-help books seem to fit into the same mold: Author develops a single creed and takes 200 pages to say something that could be summed up in 20. Not so with this excellent book by Judy Smith. In it, Smith explains the myriad ways we can all be our worst enemies, and how our best qualities, run amok, can turn into our worst. Using real life examples and clear explanations, she offers very useful advice and methods to avoid turning our bests into our worsts. She writes in a way that is both smart and factual and, at the same time, personal and compassionate. It's easy to see why the powerful call on her to steady their lives in the midst of crisis. However, it's clear from this book that her advice and wisdom have just as useful applications for us regular folk facing our own turmoil.

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