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Senslang Touch Typing 1.0

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(19 votes)

Limitations

No limitations

Downloads

85,257

Requirements

Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP

Ezra Molkho

File size

277.49K

Date added

March 7, 2002

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too many single reviews for my liking

02-Oct-2006 10:36:20 PM

Reviewer: QuentinTarantino

Pros: free

Cons: I dont trust a product yet that has all but one single review.I think we all know what thats all about.Maybe wait until there are many reviews by the same person as in most application reviews.

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very basic - yet effective

04-Jan-2005 05:29:59 AM

Reviewer: anon

this program is very very very basic, however the program uses very little space as it should. the major thing that bothered me was that - it doesnt calculate your typing speed. however, great for the beginner, or for brushing up

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10-Apr-2003 04:27:59 PM

Reviewer: xbbygrlx29

not a good teaching tool to learn the basic. keep trying

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It fit the specifications of what i need, perfectly

01-Aug-2002 02:07:00 PM

Reviewer: Music Theory Man

Though not new to the computer, I need something that can put my fingers in the right place, and this program is quite useful for that.

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this program is great, well worth it

18-Sep-2006 05:51:45 AM

Reviewer: sephiroth_15

Pros: teaches you and makes essays get done so muck quicker

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Choose A Bigger You - by Ann Strong

 

Last week, I heard myself saying, "I`m an emotional person. That`s just who I am." I gave this justification during an intense, messy situation with a friend. I would have felt much happier if I could have responded in a detached, intellectual manner. The next day, I heard one of my clients saying, "I make things hard. I`ve always been that way." Imagine how much easier her life would be if she routinely told people, "Things are easy for me. It`s always been like that."

I believe I`m an emotional person. My client believes she makes things difficult. As firmly committed as we both are to those concepts, they are just concepts. If we choose, we can change them this moment. How would my life improve if believed I am an emotional person who knows how to detach and come from an intellectual viewpoint in certain situations? How would my client`s life improve if she believed she knows how to do things the easy way?

Why am I so attached to being an emotional person? Because I believe I wouldn`t be me if I weren`t emotional. What if I became a bigger me by being emotional AND being intellectual, whichever might serve me best? Why have I chosen to limit myself? In what ways do you put yourself in a box? What labels are you extremely attached to? How would your life improve if you allowed yourself to expand?

This Week`s Action Steps

If you would like to choose the bigger you:

- become aware of what limits you put on yourself - listen for "I`m always . . ." "That`s just the way I am." "I`ve always been that way."

- brainstorm directions in which you`d like to expand your self-concept.

- write and use daily an allowing statement/affirmation such as, "I now allow myself to be intellectual and detached when the situation calls for it."

"When we look at the nine types of the Enneagram from the inside out, we discover how we`ve built a defense structure that has now become our prison. The Enneagram shows us how to dismantle the walls of that prison brick by brick so we can regain our freedom." Kathy Hurley and Theodorre Donson (From the book, "Discover Your Soul Potential: Using the Enneagram to Awaken Spiritual Vitality")

Note: The Enneagram is an ancient personality typing system that continues to offer profound insight into human nature today.


Ann Strong of Life/Work Resources supports people in recognizing and devoting themselves to their life`s work. A life-long entrepreneur, she passionately champions self-employment. Blending her previous marketing occupation with her ministry vocation, she coaches people in choosing and creating their unique life/work. When she`s not coaching, you`ll find her touring houses, writing her heart out or soaking up the New Mexico desert.

If you`d like more information about coaching or you`d like to experience it, call or e-mail Ann to schedule a free, no-obligation, 40-minute coaching session. (303) 399-8737 in metro Denver or (800) 745-2617 outside of Denver. E-mail: Ann@annstrong.com


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