Choosing success

Choosing success

by Rhonda Holt Atkinson; Debbie Guice Longman

callnumbericon  LB 2343.32 A85 2016       ED-61737

Edition: 2nd ed.

Language: English  

Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill Education, 2016

Summary:     Choosing Success focuses on how good decision-making skills determine success in all aspects of life. From study skills to money management, Choosing Success applies active and service learning techniques as well as the 5C decision-making model to prepare students for success. By incorporating a decision-making focus into every chapter, Choosing Success emphasizes accountability and conveys to students how important they are in their own success. Students do not merely become successful, but rather they choose to be successful. Choice starts with the decision to acquire a secondary education, and from then on everything students do is based on their decision-making skills. The more they practice good decision making, the more control they have over their successes and failures. Choosing Success is unique in that it provides students with a process for decision making as well as numerous opportunities to think through the choices and decisions they face as a college student-and beyond.

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