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What Matters Most


Author : James Hollis
language : en
Publisher: Penguin
Release Date : 2008-12-26


Download What Matters Most written by James Hollis and has been published by Penguin this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2008-12-26 with Self-Help categories.


The celebrated author of Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life delivers a unique look at happiness, sharing a Jungian approach to finding a fearless, authentic path. Why are we here? What is the meaning of existence? What truly matters the most in life? To even begin to answer these questions, we must start by exploring our own internal ideals, values, and beliefs. Presenting the unique perspective of respected analyst and author James Hollis, Ph.D., What Matters Most helps readers learn to appreciate (even be amazed by) events unfolding within, even as the external world creates constant struggles. Taking a fresh look at the concept of happiness, Hollis uses a warm, accessible tone to encourage readers to learn to tolerate ambiguity, embrace growth rather than security, respect the power of Eros, engage spiritual crises, and acknowledge the shadow of mortality. Providing inspiring wisdom and personal reflections to address our deepest worries, What Matters Most yields far more than mere self-help clichés. Instead, Hollis guides readers in uncovering the heart of the matter, discovering what it means to truly live life to its fullest, most meaningful state—as fully engaged citizens of the world.

What Matters Most


Author : Hyrum W. Smith
language : en
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date : 2001-10-09


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The author explores existential angst, dissatisfaction, and spiritual emptiness in this far-sighted guide to adjusting life's priorities and values.

Measuring What Matters Most


Author : Daniel L. Schwartz
language : en
Publisher: MIT Press
Release Date : 2013-01-01


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If a fundamental goal of education is to prepare students to act independently in the world -- in other words, to make good choices -- an ideal educational assessment would measure how well we are preparing students to do so. Current assessments, however, focus almost exclusively on how much knowledge students have accrued and can retrieve. In Measuring What Matters Most, Daniel Schwartz and Dylan Arena argue that choice should be the interpretive framework within which learning assessments are organized. Digital technologies, they suggest, make this possible; interactive assessments can evaluate students in a context of choosing whether, what, how, and when to learn. Schwartz and Arena view choice not as an instructional ingredient to improve learning but as the outcome of learning. Because assessments shape public perception about what is useful and valued in education, choice-based assessments would provide a powerful lever in this reorientation in how people think about learning. Schwartz and Arena consider both theoretical and practical matters. They provide an anchoring example of a computerized, choice-based assessment, argue that knowledge-based assessments are a mismatch for our educational aims, offer concrete examples of choice-based assessments that reveal what knowledge-based assessments cannot, and analyze the practice of designing assessments. Because high variability leads to innovation, they suggest democratizing assessment design to generate as many instances as possible. Finally, they consider the most difficult aspect of assessment: fairness. Choice-based assessments, they argue, shed helpful light on fairness considerations.

What Matters Most


Author : Luanne Rice
language : en
Publisher: Bantam
Release Date : 2010


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After a magical, soul-shattering, life-changing journey to Ireland with Tom Kelly, Bernadette Sullivan finds refuge within the cloistered walls of a convent, where Tom also chooses to live, sacrificing everything to be near her, but, years later, their past returns to haunt them, and they journey across the sea to find the son they had given up for adoption. Reprint. A best-selling book.

Difficult Conversations


Author : Douglas Stone
language : en
Publisher: Penguin
Release Date : 2010


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The authors cover difficult situations in both personal and professional life.

What Matters Most Bible Study Book


Author : Karen Ehman
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2018-05


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A 7-session study of Philippians that will challenge you to find contentment and joy in what matters most--Christ.

What Matters Most


Author : Renita J. Weems
language : en
Publisher: Walk Worthy Press
Release Date : 2007-10-15


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Using the work of Scripture as inspiration, Weems offers 10 lessons that teach women how to discover what their passions are, and how to create direction and meaning in their lives. Helps readers to understand that passion is not something awakened by other people, but an inner source of energy that flows out of every aspect of one's being. In doing so, Weems empowers women to fight against stereotypes and ignore the conventional way of doing things in order to find their own happiness and joy.