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The Power of Acknowledgment.

The Power of Acknowledgment

Judith W. Umlas

International Institute for Learning

110 East 59th Street, New York, NY 10022-1380

0970827644, $19.95 www.iil.com/publishing

Author Judith W. Umlas has written for "Working Woman" magazine, "The New York Times", and "The Chicago Tribune." In The Power of Acknowledgment, Umlas reveals the positive benefits of people acknowledging one another's accomplishments, talents, wisdom and humanity. Chapters discuss how to use the power of acknowledgment to build stronger relationships, neutralize jealousy and envy, improve one's emotional health, and much more. An invaluable guide to tapping into the simple strength of mutual affirmation and encouragement.
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Date:May 1, 2007
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