December 24, 2008

A year in blogposts (a top 30)

Going through this years' blogposts was nice. There were some very interesting new insights, books, video's etcetera. Here is a selection of some of the most interesting posts, a (chronological) top 30. Hope you'll like them.

1. 5 Experiments that make you think
2.
The Support Group Approach - Interview with Sue Young
3.
A brief history of the solution-focused approach
4.
What's the deal with self esteem?
5.
Learning to compliment effectively
6.
The Cult of Statistical Significance
7.
What is 'Doing what works'?
8.
Positive psychology, the strengths movement and the solution-focused approach
9.
Poll: most frequently used solution-focused techniques
10.
The invisibility of what works
11.
Every time we consciously focus our attention .......

12.
How useful is 'letting off steam'?
13.
Is doing-what-works the most successful social strategy?
14.
A social science about what could be
15.
50 solution-focused quotes
16.
Solution-Focused Steps to Progress Youtube Video
17.
Pathways to progress - Solution-Focused Coaching Youtube
18.
Updated Youtube video on the history of the solution-focused approach
19.
Finding Solutions in Fluctuation
20.
Youtube video: 16 More Solution-Focused Quotations...
21.
A situational model of solution-focused change
22.
Language use and mental health
23.
The Solutions Grid
24.
Self-found internal solutions: why they motivate
25.
Improving language - improving life
26.
Before Obama said 'yes we can!'
27.
10 questions for the solution-focused coach youtub...
28.
A powerful sentence
29.
Review of Talent is overrated
30.
Barbara Arrowsmith Young

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