Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Découvrez YCE Partners avec Marc et Anthony, Présidents

Monday, February 27, 2017

How to express your ideas and stand up for yourself

References - Assertiveness and social skills training

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Bedell, J. R., & Lennox, S. S. (1997). Handbook for communication and problem-solving skills training: A cognitive-behavioral approach (Vol. 14). John Wiley & Sons.

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Harvey, A. G., Clark, D. M., Ehlers, A., & Rapee, R. M. (2000).  Cognitive preparation enhances the beneficial effects of video feedback following a stressful social task. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 38, 1183-1192.

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Thursday, February 23, 2017

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Do you believe in second chances ?


Have you ever wished you had a second chance to 
make up for lost opportunity? I know, I do.

Groundhog Day is often associated with do-overs, 
a chance to redeem ourselves and recommit to our 
goals for the New Year.


If you did not hit it out of the park last year, 

If you have already abandoned your Resolutions, 

If you are not as prosperous and fulfilled 
as you would like, you need to do something 
differently, and you need to do it NOW.

Take the 100 Day Challenge on Groundhog Day, as 
this is your second chance to make this the best 
year of your life: 


You and I both know that no matter how good or bad 
your results were last year - you can always do 
better...MUCH BETTER. 

This exciting program shows you how: 


Happy Groundhog Day!

P.S. I almost forgot, be sure to use this group code 
to save a $25 on your enrollment: groundhog