November 28, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Since the dawn of time, mankind has been plagued by bad decisions. Until now . .
New York, NY October 28, 2012 — Beginning with Adam in the Garden of Eden and continuing down through the annals of history, poor decision-making has disastrously impacted the personal futures of even those thought to be the smartest. Joe Paterno, Lance Armstrong, and General Petraeus are some of the latest notables to be undone by dumb decisions. They're not likely to be the last. Yet wise decision-making is a simple skill everyone can learn.
For most of us, it is the ordinary, everyday decisions—what we choose to eat in the morning; how we deal with criticism at work; how we act on the suspicion that our boyfriend, girlfriend, or spouse has a roving eye—that can either secure or unravel our lives.
Stop It! You're too smart to keep making Dumb Decisions by Dr. Lonnie Carton is a lively, easy-to-read how-to book that follows the decision-making patterns of four friends, only one of whom has learned to make smart choices in both her personal and professional life. Stop It! provides readers with Dr. Carton's signature strategies for making every decision a good one. The unique, reliable method she has developed is called D.A.I.S.E. In its simplicity, it may just do for personal relationships and life choices what Spenser Johnson' s parable Who moved my cheese? did for the business community.
About the Author
For more than two-and-a-half decades, Dr. Carton� program "In The Learning Center" was heard coast to coast on CBS radio. As a broadcast journalist, a nationally acclaimed educational psychologist, an author, a counselor, a university professor, and a keynote speaker, Dr. Carton has helped many thousands of people of all ages make better choices in life.
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PUBLISHED: October 2012
PUBLISHER: Kaye Productions