(page 19 of Why Clever People Do Dumb Things)
Did you get it? The fourth prime number is 7!
For an interesting description and exploration of prime numbers please follow this link to Wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prime_number
Outcome Rating Scale and Session Rating Scale
(page 25 of Why Clever People Do Dumb Things)
These forms are the property of Dr Scott Miller but he makes them freely available for individual use. They can be found at www.scottdmiller.com/performance-metrics/
(page 48 of Why Clever People Do Dumb Things)
This worksheet was originally made available by Russ Harris as adapted from Kelly Wilson’s Valued Living Questionnaire. Please download the PDF here
(page 75 of Why Clever People Do Dumb Things)
This is a slightly adapted version of the Influence Diagram which provides space for you to write in your behaviours in the “Works” and “Doesn’t Work” boxes. You can download the PDF here
(page 83 of Why Clever People Do Dumb Things)
This basic Decision Matrix is offered as a simple starter for those readers who wanted to explore the idea further in their own decision making. You can download the PDF here
(page 96 of Why Clever People Do Dumb Things)
This document is a copy of the structure for the first I ever used. It is flexible and simple and is a good start. You can download the PDF here
5 Languages of love
(page 148 of Why Clever People Do Dumb Things)
I have provided a link to Gary Chapman’s website so you can take the online version of his questionnaire http://www.5lovelanguages.com The site also allows you to download a free PDF of the questionnaire. Enjoy.
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(page 150 of Why Clever People Do Dumb Things)
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