Anger Management Online Certificate Course

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Anger Management Online Certificate Course

Our Anger Management Online Certificate course will help you to effectively manage volatile situations and remain in control of your anger. Without having strategies and techniques to control anger, situations can spiral rapidly out of control. Anger can be a very destructive emotion. If not controlled anger has the power to cost people their jobs, and damage personal relationships. Anger, however, is a natural emotion. Learning to effectively manage that emotion in a constructive way can help you to transform that negativity into a valuable tool.

Our Anger Management Online Courses will help you to discover the constructive approach to channeling that anger in a positive way. You will learn how to recognize anger triggers and what actions to take when you become angry. With the use of specific coping and planning methods, anger can be transformed into an asset.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Have an understanding of the dynamics of anger
  • Have an understanding of anger myths
  • Be able to identify the right and wrong ways of coping with anger
  • Know methods to control anger
  • Identify the differences between objective and subjective language
  • Be able to identify the problem using techniques taught in the online management classes
  • Use I-messages to express a feeling or position
  • Know how to turn a disagreement into constructive dialogue
  • Have an understanding of hot buttons and how they apply in personal anger dynamics
  • Have an understanding of the alter, avoid and accept response to anger

Anger Management Online Course - Requirements

The Anger Management Online Certificate Course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7 and only takes 6 to 8 hours of study to complete. 

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Approximately 6 to 8 hours of study is needed to complete the course
  3. Registered students gain unrestricted lifetime access to the Anger Management Online course
  4. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  5. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  6. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

Anger Management Online Certificate Course – Outline

Section One: Getting Started

Section Two: The Nature of Anger

In this section, we will discuss the nature of anger and the underlying dynamics of emotion. We will also take a look at the cycle of anger, the fight or flight response, and common myths about anger.

The Cycle of Anger

Anger is a natural emotion that is triggered by a perceived threat or loss. It is a powerful emotion that can affect our body, thoughts, feelings, and behavior. Anger is often characterized in terms of intensity, frequency, duration, threshold, and expression. Anger has five phases; these are:

  • The Trigger Phase
  • The Escalation Phase
  • The Crisis Phase
  • The Recovery Phase
  • The Depression Phase

Understanding Fight or Flight

The Fight or Flight theory describes how people react to a perceived threat. The fight or flight instinct can be seen in how our body reacts. These actions include the release of hormones, changes in energy levels, heart rate, and normal strength.

Common Myths About Anger

  • Anger is a bad emotion
  • Anger needs to be “unleashed” for it go away
  • Ignoring anger will make it go away
  • You can’t control your anger
  • If I don't get angry, people will think I am a pushover

Section Three: The Right and Wrong

This part of the Anger Management Online course discusses the different helpful and unhelpful ways of dealing with anger.

Unhelpful Ways of Dealing with Anger

  • DON’T ignore the anger
  • DON’T keep the anger inside
  • DON’T get aggressive
  • DON’T get passive-aggressive
  • DON’T use non-constructive communication styles

Helpful Ways of Dealing with Anger

  • DO acknowledge that you are angry
  • DO calm yourself before you say anything
  • DO speak up, when something is important to you
  • DO explain how you’re feeling in a manner that shows ownership and responsibility for your anger

Section Four: Controlling Anger

Anger is an instinct. It is difficult to control, and we often don’t have the choice to be angry or not. In this section, we will discuss ways on how to gain control over anger by recognizing warning signs, coping thoughts, relaxation techniques, and ways to blow off steam.

A Word of Warning

The first step in controlling anger is to recognize its warning signs. This is critical to prevent your anger from flaring up. Catching your anger at its early stages makes it easier for you to apply the necessary cooling down techniques. 

Using Coping Thoughts

Once you realize that you are angry or about to get angry, you can immediately start the process of calming yourself mentally.

Using Relaxation Techniques

Another method of helping you calm down is with the use of relaxation techniques. Breathing exercises, meditation, and listening to music are just some of the simple ways of lowering your anger level.

Blowing Off Some Steam

Blowing off steam or releasing anger energy is another method of controlling anger. This technique is especially useful if you find yourself at the highest levels of anger.

Section Five: Separate the People from the Problem

Anger is not just personal but can be relational as well. In part of the Anger Management Online course, we will discuss anger that involves other people and how to have a problem-oriented disposition while setting personal matters aside.

Objective vs. Subjective Language

Using objective language is a good way to keep discussions constructive. By sticking to the facts and generally accepted ideas, you are stating your position is free from personal prejudices.

Identifying the Problem

It would be very difficult to separate the people from a problem without identifying what the problem is. Focusing on the problem gives both parties a common enemy outside of themselves.

Using “I” Messages

An "I" message conveys that you are taking responsibility for your feelings instead of accusing another person of making you feel a certain way.

Section Six: Working the Problem Together

Creating a system for de-escalating “hot” situations can prevent situations from spiraling out of control. In this section, we will discuss constructive disagreement, negotiation tips, building a consensus, and identifying situations.

Using Constructive Disagreement

No two people are completely similar, which makes disagreements normal. However, to avoid turning these disagreements into personal conflicts, you must keep this objective.

Negotiation Tips

Negotiations help parties with very different opinions find common ground. It begins by letting each party present their side and argue for their interests.

Building Consensus

Consensus means both parties have a unanimous agreement on an area of contention. This result is the ideal resolution of bargaining.

Identifying Solutions

Problem-solving involves formulating all possible solutions. Brainstorming is a process of coming up with as many ideas in the shortest time possible. This is important since finding solutions quickly prevents tensions from escalating further.

Section Seven: Solving the Problem Together

After a constructive discussion or the problem and reviewing all possible solutions, it's now time to go about solving the problem. In this section, we will discuss the different elements of problem-solving, selecting a solution, making a plan, and implementing solutions.

Choosing a Solution

After you’ve identified all possible solutions to a problem, the next step is to select the solution with the best possible outcome for both parties. Below are some of the criteria you should consider when selecting the best solution:

  • Costs and benefits
  • Disagreeing parties’ interest
  • Foresight
  • Obstacles
  • Values

Making, Implementing a Plan

The next step after selecting the best solution for your problem is to create a plan for implementing the solution. After carefully planning your next steps, it is now time to get things done. Below are some pointers on how to implement the plan:

  • Stick to your plan
  • Monitor progress and results
  • Reward and revise accordingly
  • If the solution is not working, gather feedback

Section Eight: Dealing with your Anger

Anger is deeply personal. This section of the Anger Management Online Certificate course discusses the different anger dynamics and targeted interventions. We will discuss what hot buttons are, how to identify personal hot buttons, and the benefits of keeping a personal anger log.

Understanding Hot Buttons

Hot buttons are triggers that make us react with anger. These are not necessarily the real cause of anger, but they can be the ones that "lights the fuse." Each hot button triggers a different level of intensity that elicits a corresponding reaction.

Identifying Your Hot Buttons

Hot buttons are different for each person. Personal histories have a role in determining what makes an individual angry. Being aware of your hot buttons makes it easier for you to avoid these difficult situations.

A Personal Anger Log

Anger reactions often appear in patterns making these predictable. These patterns are unique to each person. However, it can be difficult to identify this pattern unless it is viewed from a third person’s point of view. Keeping a personal anger log makes it possible for you to keep track and monitor your anger reactions.

Section Nine: Alter Avoid Accept

A feeling of helplessness and victimization magnifies anger. This is why having at least three options when dealing with anger-provoking situations can be helpful.

Alter

You should always have the option of taking a deliberate and well-prepared response to an anger-provoking situation. Alter means the ability to initiate change. These should only include things in the environment that are within your control.

  • Change non-productive habits
  • Respectfully ask others to change their behavior and be willing to do the same
  • Change the way you view a situation
  • Change the way you react to a situation

Avoid

Avoid means steering clear of situations that can make you angry. Below are some of the things that you can avoid:

  • Steer clear of people who make you upset
  • Steer clear of your “hot buttons."
  • Remove yourself from a stressful situation immediately

Accept

Unfortunately, there are some things that we cannot change or avoid. Accepting these situations prevents you from feeling frustrated, which can only increase stress levels.

Section Ten: Dealing with Angry People

In this section, we will discuss how to deal with angry people effectively. We will take a look into the Energy Curve, de-escalation techniques, and guidelines on when to back away and what to do.

Understanding the Energy Curve

The energy curve shows the pattern commonly found in angry reactions. This can tell you how anger progresses in stages in order for you to respond accordingly.

De-escalation Techniques

De-escalation techniques are skilled interventions designed to facilitate the cooling down process. Below are some of the examples of de-escalation techniques:

  • Practice active listening
  • Increase personal space
  • Orient them to immediacy
  • Invite criticism

When to Back Away and What to Do Next

Not all angry reactions can be effectively dealt with. There are situations when the best route is to back away.

Section Eleven: Pulling it All Together

In the final stage of this course, we will discuss the different strategies that can help enhance your anger management techniques.

  • Process Overview
  • Put it into Practice

Section Twelve: Wrapping Up

 

Section One: Getting Started

  • Objectives

Section Two: The Nature of Anger

  • The Pentagon of Anger
  • Fight or Flight
  • Myths about Anger

Section Three: The Right & Wrong

  • Wrong ways of Dealing with Anger
  • Right Ways of Dealing with Anger

Section Four: Controlling Anger

  • The Warning Signs
  • Coping Thoughts
  • Using Relaxation Techniques
  • The Need to Vent

Section Five: Separate the People from the Problem

  • Objective or Subjective Language
  • Identifying the Problem
  • Using “I” Messages

Section Six: Working the Problem Together

  • The Art of Disagreement
  • 10 Negotiation Tips
  • Building Consensus
  • Brainstorming Rules (Key to Success)

Section Seven: Solving the Problem Together

  • Choosing the Best Solution
  • Implementing, Evaluating, and Adapting

Section Eight: Dealing with Your Anger

  • What are Hot Buttons
  • Identifying Your Hot Buttons
  • Your Anger Log

Section Nine: Alter Avoid Accept

  • Alter
  • Avoid
  • Accept

Section Ten: Dealing with Angry People

  • De-escalate the Situation
  • When to Back Off

Section Eleven: Pulling It All Together

  • Process Overview
  • Put it into Practise

Section Twelve: Wrapping Up

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet.

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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Average rating 4 out of 5 stars

21 February 2020 07:28:37 AM

Very nicely done, step by step with several key topics covered

20 February 2020 08:19:45 AM

Good Course!

20 February 2020 01:21:01 AM

helps a lot, makes things easier to understand and gives me the extra push to get things done and be more organized

19 February 2020 11:12:14 PM

very useful training, I absolutely loved it. thank you

19 February 2020 08:55:31 AM

Good Course!

17 February 2020 10:16:40 PM

Good course

9 February 2020 01:00:53 AM

Great framework to help one create his/her personal success

8 February 2020 02:02:27 PM

Very helpful techniques

8 February 2020 12:11:10 AM

I am being to use all of these organization skills to declutter my home. Taking one room a month.

7 February 2020 04:56:59 PM

very good course

7 February 2020 04:45:58 PM

Really good and descriptive course, and the use of videos and examples was great.

5 February 2020 07:13:25 PM

Very interesting clear points. Works on changing cognitive behavior thought patterns.

1 February 2020 02:44:39 AM

By learning how to use our imagination we will be able to reach our goals and have success in our progress. this study opens up new way for me to obtain my goals.

31 January 2020 12:08:02 PM

I found this course to be very informative and educational. The different aspects of getting organized and staying that way is important to your being able to continue developing good habits in your work and home environment.
Thank you

31 January 2020 08:54:23 AM

This course was simple to do. I enjoyed reading the contents. I look forward to the rest of the course and working on the work book. Thanks

31 January 2020 01:48:13 AM

It was a good course to understand and learn how to deal with anger.

30 January 2020 08:39:12 PM

This course is helpful.

30 January 2020 06:26:05 PM

This course will help me to organised my working office.

30 January 2020 03:15:17 PM

amazing course !

30 January 2020 12:07:20 AM

Nice, video needs better sound

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About this Course

Anger Management Online Certificate Course

Our Anger Management Online Certificate course will help you to effectively manage volatile situations and remain in control of your anger. Without having strategies and techniques to control anger, situations can spiral rapidly out of control. Anger can be a very destructive emotion. If not controlled anger has the power to cost people their jobs, and damage personal relationships. Anger, however, is a natural emotion. Learning to effectively manage that emotion in a constructive way can help you to transform that negativity into a valuable tool.

Our Anger Management Online Courses will help you to discover the constructive approach to channeling that anger in a positive way. You will learn how to recognize anger triggers and what actions to take when you become angry. With the use of specific coping and planning methods, anger can be transformed into an asset.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Have an understanding of the dynamics of anger
  • Have an understanding of anger myths
  • Be able to identify the right and wrong ways of coping with anger
  • Know methods to control anger
  • Identify the differences between objective and subjective language
  • Be able to identify the problem using techniques taught in the online management classes
  • Use I-messages to express a feeling or position
  • Know how to turn a disagreement into constructive dialogue
  • Have an understanding of hot buttons and how they apply in personal anger dynamics
  • Have an understanding of the alter, avoid and accept response to anger

Anger Management Online Course - Requirements

The Anger Management Online Certificate Course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7 and only takes 6 to 8 hours of study to complete. 

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Approximately 6 to 8 hours of study is needed to complete the course
  3. Registered students gain unrestricted lifetime access to the Anger Management Online course
  4. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  5. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  6. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

Anger Management Online Certificate Course – Outline

Section One: Getting Started

Section Two: The Nature of Anger

In this section, we will discuss the nature of anger and the underlying dynamics of emotion. We will also take a look at the cycle of anger, the fight or flight response, and common myths about anger.

The Cycle of Anger

Anger is a natural emotion that is triggered by a perceived threat or loss. It is a powerful emotion that can affect our body, thoughts, feelings, and behavior. Anger is often characterized in terms of intensity, frequency, duration, threshold, and expression. Anger has five phases; these are:

  • The Trigger Phase
  • The Escalation Phase
  • The Crisis Phase
  • The Recovery Phase
  • The Depression Phase

Understanding Fight or Flight

The Fight or Flight theory describes how people react to a perceived threat. The fight or flight instinct can be seen in how our body reacts. These actions include the release of hormones, changes in energy levels, heart rate, and normal strength.

Common Myths About Anger

  • Anger is a bad emotion
  • Anger needs to be “unleashed” for it go away
  • Ignoring anger will make it go away
  • You can’t control your anger
  • If I don't get angry, people will think I am a pushover

Section Three: The Right and Wrong

This part of the Anger Management Online course discusses the different helpful and unhelpful ways of dealing with anger.

Unhelpful Ways of Dealing with Anger

  • DON’T ignore the anger
  • DON’T keep the anger inside
  • DON’T get aggressive
  • DON’T get passive-aggressive
  • DON’T use non-constructive communication styles

Helpful Ways of Dealing with Anger

  • DO acknowledge that you are angry
  • DO calm yourself before you say anything
  • DO speak up, when something is important to you
  • DO explain how you’re feeling in a manner that shows ownership and responsibility for your anger

Section Four: Controlling Anger

Anger is an instinct. It is difficult to control, and we often don’t have the choice to be angry or not. In this section, we will discuss ways on how to gain control over anger by recognizing warning signs, coping thoughts, relaxation techniques, and ways to blow off steam.

A Word of Warning

The first step in controlling anger is to recognize its warning signs. This is critical to prevent your anger from flaring up. Catching your anger at its early stages makes it easier for you to apply the necessary cooling down techniques. 

Using Coping Thoughts

Once you realize that you are angry or about to get angry, you can immediately start the process of calming yourself mentally.

Using Relaxation Techniques

Another method of helping you calm down is with the use of relaxation techniques. Breathing exercises, meditation, and listening to music are just some of the simple ways of lowering your anger level.

Blowing Off Some Steam

Blowing off steam or releasing anger energy is another method of controlling anger. This technique is especially useful if you find yourself at the highest levels of anger.

Section Five: Separate the People from the Problem

Anger is not just personal but can be relational as well. In part of the Anger Management Online course, we will discuss anger that involves other people and how to have a problem-oriented disposition while setting personal matters aside.

Objective vs. Subjective Language

Using objective language is a good way to keep discussions constructive. By sticking to the facts and generally accepted ideas, you are stating your position is free from personal prejudices.

Identifying the Problem

It would be very difficult to separate the people from a problem without identifying what the problem is. Focusing on the problem gives both parties a common enemy outside of themselves.

Using “I” Messages

An "I" message conveys that you are taking responsibility for your feelings instead of accusing another person of making you feel a certain way.

Section Six: Working the Problem Together

Creating a system for de-escalating “hot” situations can prevent situations from spiraling out of control. In this section, we will discuss constructive disagreement, negotiation tips, building a consensus, and identifying situations.

Using Constructive Disagreement

No two people are completely similar, which makes disagreements normal. However, to avoid turning these disagreements into personal conflicts, you must keep this objective.

Negotiation Tips

Negotiations help parties with very different opinions find common ground. It begins by letting each party present their side and argue for their interests.

Building Consensus

Consensus means both parties have a unanimous agreement on an area of contention. This result is the ideal resolution of bargaining.

Identifying Solutions

Problem-solving involves formulating all possible solutions. Brainstorming is a process of coming up with as many ideas in the shortest time possible. This is important since finding solutions quickly prevents tensions from escalating further.

Section Seven: Solving the Problem Together

After a constructive discussion or the problem and reviewing all possible solutions, it's now time to go about solving the problem. In this section, we will discuss the different elements of problem-solving, selecting a solution, making a plan, and implementing solutions.

Choosing a Solution

After you’ve identified all possible solutions to a problem, the next step is to select the solution with the best possible outcome for both parties. Below are some of the criteria you should consider when selecting the best solution:

  • Costs and benefits
  • Disagreeing parties’ interest
  • Foresight
  • Obstacles
  • Values

Making, Implementing a Plan

The next step after selecting the best solution for your problem is to create a plan for implementing the solution. After carefully planning your next steps, it is now time to get things done. Below are some pointers on how to implement the plan:

  • Stick to your plan
  • Monitor progress and results
  • Reward and revise accordingly
  • If the solution is not working, gather feedback

Section Eight: Dealing with your Anger

Anger is deeply personal. This section of the Anger Management Online Certificate course discusses the different anger dynamics and targeted interventions. We will discuss what hot buttons are, how to identify personal hot buttons, and the benefits of keeping a personal anger log.

Understanding Hot Buttons

Hot buttons are triggers that make us react with anger. These are not necessarily the real cause of anger, but they can be the ones that "lights the fuse." Each hot button triggers a different level of intensity that elicits a corresponding reaction.

Identifying Your Hot Buttons

Hot buttons are different for each person. Personal histories have a role in determining what makes an individual angry. Being aware of your hot buttons makes it easier for you to avoid these difficult situations.

A Personal Anger Log

Anger reactions often appear in patterns making these predictable. These patterns are unique to each person. However, it can be difficult to identify this pattern unless it is viewed from a third person’s point of view. Keeping a personal anger log makes it possible for you to keep track and monitor your anger reactions.

Section Nine: Alter Avoid Accept

A feeling of helplessness and victimization magnifies anger. This is why having at least three options when dealing with anger-provoking situations can be helpful.

Alter

You should always have the option of taking a deliberate and well-prepared response to an anger-provoking situation. Alter means the ability to initiate change. These should only include things in the environment that are within your control.

  • Change non-productive habits
  • Respectfully ask others to change their behavior and be willing to do the same
  • Change the way you view a situation
  • Change the way you react to a situation

Avoid

Avoid means steering clear of situations that can make you angry. Below are some of the things that you can avoid:

  • Steer clear of people who make you upset
  • Steer clear of your “hot buttons."
  • Remove yourself from a stressful situation immediately

Accept

Unfortunately, there are some things that we cannot change or avoid. Accepting these situations prevents you from feeling frustrated, which can only increase stress levels.

Section Ten: Dealing with Angry People

In this section, we will discuss how to deal with angry people effectively. We will take a look into the Energy Curve, de-escalation techniques, and guidelines on when to back away and what to do.

Understanding the Energy Curve

The energy curve shows the pattern commonly found in angry reactions. This can tell you how anger progresses in stages in order for you to respond accordingly.

De-escalation Techniques

De-escalation techniques are skilled interventions designed to facilitate the cooling down process. Below are some of the examples of de-escalation techniques:

  • Practice active listening
  • Increase personal space
  • Orient them to immediacy
  • Invite criticism

When to Back Away and What to Do Next

Not all angry reactions can be effectively dealt with. There are situations when the best route is to back away.

Section Eleven: Pulling it All Together

In the final stage of this course, we will discuss the different strategies that can help enhance your anger management techniques.

  • Process Overview
  • Put it into Practice

Section Twelve: Wrapping Up

 

Section One: Getting Started

  • Objectives

Section Two: The Nature of Anger

  • The Pentagon of Anger
  • Fight or Flight
  • Myths about Anger

Section Three: The Right & Wrong

  • Wrong ways of Dealing with Anger
  • Right Ways of Dealing with Anger

Section Four: Controlling Anger

  • The Warning Signs
  • Coping Thoughts
  • Using Relaxation Techniques
  • The Need to Vent

Section Five: Separate the People from the Problem

  • Objective or Subjective Language
  • Identifying the Problem
  • Using “I” Messages

Section Six: Working the Problem Together

  • The Art of Disagreement
  • 10 Negotiation Tips
  • Building Consensus
  • Brainstorming Rules (Key to Success)

Section Seven: Solving the Problem Together

  • Choosing the Best Solution
  • Implementing, Evaluating, and Adapting

Section Eight: Dealing with Your Anger

  • What are Hot Buttons
  • Identifying Your Hot Buttons
  • Your Anger Log

Section Nine: Alter Avoid Accept

  • Alter
  • Avoid
  • Accept

Section Ten: Dealing with Angry People

  • De-escalate the Situation
  • When to Back Off

Section Eleven: Pulling It All Together

  • Process Overview
  • Put it into Practise

Section Twelve: Wrapping Up

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet.

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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21 February 2020 07:28:37 AM

Very nicely done, step by step with several key topics covered

20 February 2020 08:19:45 AM

Good Course!

20 February 2020 01:21:01 AM

helps a lot, makes things easier to understand and gives me the extra push to get things done and be more organized

19 February 2020 11:12:14 PM

very useful training, I absolutely loved it. thank you

19 February 2020 08:55:31 AM

Good Course!

17 February 2020 10:16:40 PM

Good course

9 February 2020 01:00:53 AM

Great framework to help one create his/her personal success

8 February 2020 02:02:27 PM

Very helpful techniques

8 February 2020 12:11:10 AM

I am being to use all of these organization skills to declutter my home. Taking one room a month.

7 February 2020 04:56:59 PM

very good course

7 February 2020 04:45:58 PM

Really good and descriptive course, and the use of videos and examples was great.

5 February 2020 07:13:25 PM

Very interesting clear points. Works on changing cognitive behavior thought patterns.

1 February 2020 02:44:39 AM

By learning how to use our imagination we will be able to reach our goals and have success in our progress. this study opens up new way for me to obtain my goals.

31 January 2020 12:08:02 PM

I found this course to be very informative and educational. The different aspects of getting organized and staying that way is important to your being able to continue developing good habits in your work and home environment.
Thank you

31 January 2020 08:54:23 AM

This course was simple to do. I enjoyed reading the contents. I look forward to the rest of the course and working on the work book. Thanks

31 January 2020 01:48:13 AM

It was a good course to understand and learn how to deal with anger.

30 January 2020 08:39:12 PM

This course is helpful.

30 January 2020 06:26:05 PM

This course will help me to organised my working office.

30 January 2020 03:15:17 PM

amazing course !

30 January 2020 12:07:20 AM

Nice, video needs better sound

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