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Change the Way You See Yourself

Change the Way You See Yourself: Through Asset-Based Thinking is the name of the latest book by Kathy Cramer and Hank Wasiak with “asset-based thinking” at the core (or ABT for short). ABT is about leveraging your assets (what you’ve got) versus dwelling on your deficits (what you may be lacking).

Their first book was called Change the Way You See Everything and introduced the topic of ABT. The new book helps you to use ABT to help you tap into your own personal source of power, how to influence and figure out your own “Mighty Cause.”

Change the Way You See Yourself is the featured title as part of the Post2Post Virtual Book Tour that kicks off on this site on Monday, May 26th.

Below are two things… (1) The tour schedule with links and (2) a survey to help you figure out how strong of an asset-based thinker YOU are!

The good news… if you score lower, the book provides you with what it takes to be an asset-based thinker and figure out your Mighty Cause!

Enjoy.


Tour Schedule


Learn about the book by reading posts on the following websites next week.

Change the Way You See Yourself

by Kathryn Cramer & Hank Wasiak
Author Site | Amazon US | Amazon UK

Site Date
Idea Sandbox
by Paul Williams
Mon, May 26
Livin’ Venti

by Scott Hodge
Tue, May 27
Sui Generis

by Derrick Kwa
Wed, May 28
Personal Branding Blog

by Dan Schwabel
Thur, May 29
Make It Great

with Phil Gerbyshak
Fri, May 30

Asset-Based Thinker Survey

Read the statements below. For each statement a check the column that best describes how often the statement reflects the way you see yourself.
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(1) I know my unique set of skills, talents, and capabilities.
 
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(2) I am proud of being who I am.
 
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(3) What I do and say makes a difference.
 
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(4) I am clear about what I am “born to do.”
 
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(5) I tell people what I admire and appreciate about them.
 
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(6) People are eager to join forces with me.
 
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(7) People look to me for honest, constructive feedback.
 
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(8) I can devote my full attention to my priorities.
 
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(9) I go the extra mile and feel energized in the process.
 
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(10) My priorities receive my full attention.
 
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Bonus Questions

Question
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(1) I measure my success in terms of benefits to others as well as myself.
 
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(2) I give myself credit for my accomplishments instead of dwelling on what hasn’t goten’
 
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(3) I give myself ample reflection time.
 
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(4) I solve problems better and faster than most people.
 
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(5) I focus on people’s strengths more than their shortcomings..
 
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Scoring

Give yourself the following points.
1 point – Almost Never True
2 points – Rarely True
3 points – Sometimes True
4 points – Often True
5 points – Almost Always True

Bonus Questions:
Give yourself 5 points for every TRUE answer.

If you scored below 39 points.
You are at a great starting point to become an Asset-Based Thinker

If you scored between 40 and 49:
You are ready to make great leaps forward toward becoming an Asset-Based Thinker.

If you scored between 50 and 59:
Way to go! You are ahead of the game as an Asset-Based Thinker.

If you scored between 60 and 69:
You get an “A” in Asset-Based Thinking.

If you scored 70 points or more:
You are an amazing Asset-Based Thinker.

Learn more at AssetBasedThinking.com

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