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7/10 starsCompleted
  • 11 reviews
  • 10 completed
7 years, 5 months ago
This course was so-so. As with many self-help books or courses, you may learn a few things and you may end up with several tools for improvement. But you may also leave this course with a feeling that you've... This course was so-so. As with many self-help books or courses, you may learn a few things and you may end up with several tools for improvement. But you may also leave this course with a feeling that you've just watched a fancier version of a Tony Robbins video. The instructor likes to give silly names (e.g., Intentional Change Theory) to simple things that are either common wisdom or ideas that you've seen before. The idea that you'd have to take an in-person "graduate-level course" in order to advance beyond this course is just silly (need a Bachelor's Degree to do self-help?) and makes me think that Case Western Reserve University doesn't belong on Coursera alongside serious institutions. It's interesting to see the parallels between this course and another Coursera course, "Better Leader, Richer Life"; both courses have engaging lecturers who are deeply convinced that they have a unique system for self-improvement.
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4/10 starsCompleted
  • 15 reviews
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4 years, 4 months ago
The course content was somewhat interesting but very broad and general in it's scope, that is if it had any scope at all. Not very useful. If I had a chance I would probably not take it again.
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