THANKS FOR YOUR SUGGESTIONS
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Last week I asked my readers of this blog to share some one-line suggestions  for increasing one’s self awareness. My purpose is to get ideas of prompts to include in a journal on self-awareness.  The journal will be used in … Read More

Journaling to Develop A Better Sense of Self
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  I’m in the process of writing a 13-week journal/diary for my class in the fall for seniors at The Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.  Its focus is on self development and interpersonal relationships.  Forty-five students … Read More

Seeking Your Help in Creating the “Self-Aware Journal/Daily Planner”
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I am currently writing a Self-Aware Journal/Daily Planner.  I am asking for your help.  As a thank you for giving me feedback on this project, I will send you a copy when it is completed. {I am writing this Dr. … Read More

A Family Systems Approach to Career Planning
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  Most career planning books and workshops are focused on career planning for one individual. However, most people do not live individually, but instead in a relationship with a life partner.  Planning just for an individual leaves a huge gap … Read More

Dr. Rob: How Resistance Can Overwhelm a Dream
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  My friend, Mike Anleitner, and I are working on a new book tentatively titled, Balanced Leadership in Technical Organizations.  Today, I present to you an excerpt from the “Coaches Clipboard” section of the book.  We would greatly appreciate your … Read More

Dr. Rob: Tommy York Gifting Rob a Treasured Detroit Memory
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Last week I posted a piece with questions to ask ourselves about our friendships  http://robpasick.com/some-questions-about-friendship/.  The posting proved quite popular.  It sparked the interest of Lisa Barry, local host of All Things Considered, 89.1 WEMU, who did an interview with … Read More

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