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The TFP Book Club is a community of readers and learners that join together to read and discuss a variety of books.
- Encourages setting time aside for reading
- Read a variety of books
- Join the conversation about the reading
- Learning & implementing various ways to make the most of reading
- Access to the Time For Planning Forum
TFP Book Club
2018 is going to be a year of personal growth & development. Reading is going to play a big role.
Here are some of the questions I hope to find answers to, or at least insight, in the Battlefield of the Mind:
- What are our thoughts? And why?
- Can we truly choose our thoughts?
- What do we want to think about?
- What’s involved in renewing our minds?
- Exactly how do we choose what we want to think about?
- What is our new mindset?
- What do our daily lives look like with mindfulness as a priority?
- How do we handle unwanted thoughts?
Disclaimer: It’s important to know that I am just an “average” person. By that, I mean that I am not an expert. I am simply a 39-year-old woman who wants to learn and be better.
Also, I’d like to mention a few things that are not going to happen in the TFP Book Club.
- being fake
- being perfect
My hope is that this community will be a place of being real and helpful. We are here to better ourselves by learning and growing.
Reading Response Journal
Resource: Reading Response Journal.
In this post, you’ll learn:
- Active Reading Definition
- Reading Goals
- Overall Reading Process
- Active Reading Strategies
- Annotating Text
- How To Create Your Reading Response Journal
- Reading Response Examples
- Reading Response Log
- Reading Response Prompts
February 20 thru April 16, 2018
“…our minds give us more problems than anything else.” -Joyce Meyer, Battlefield of the Mind
- Table Of Contents
Battlefield Of The Mind Introduction & Chapter 1 thru 3
Refer back to the Reading Response Journal (Nonfiction) for annotation details.
Battlefield Of The Mind Key
A action & tasks
* important/main ideas
W weapons/tools to use
Tip: Repetitive Terms. If you continue seeing the same term, it’s probably important. Track where the word appears for a term study.
Selection 2018-2 .
Begins May 1, 2018
Weekend May 5 & 6, 2018
- read the Reading Response Journal Non-Fiction post
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