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PATH: Planning Possible Positive Futures

Planning alternative tomorrows with hope for schools organizations, businesses and families

by Jack Pearpoint, John O'Brien, Marsha Forest

ISBN 1-895418-10-0

This book is also available as part of the

>Path in Action Pack

$25.00


A guide to exciting, creative, colorful futures planning for families, organizations and schools to build caring "including" places to live, work & learn. Path - is an eight step problem solving approach involving dreaming and thinking backwards. Color graphic included!

This is the 'hotest' item from our Press. If you are interested in and/or using PATH, this is a must. It goes along with the PATH Training Video and the PATH Demonstration video. This workbook is being used by groups around the world. It is sold individually or in bulk, so that each member of the PATH event can have a copy. The 60 pages includes a color graphic of a real PATH. The book outlines the PATH process in depth. According to those doing PATH, it is indispensable. One reader said "no matter how many PATH's I do, I always take it with me."

PATH is a creative planning tool which starts in the future and works backwards to an outcome of first (beginning) steps that are possible and positive. It is excellent for team building. It has been used to mediate conflicts. It is loved by people who actually want to change the ways we currently work. Groups teaching PATH as a tool will hopefully have a copy for each student. PATH is not for the faint of heart. It is very results oriented.

Audience
Anyone doing PATH. Relevant for all ages and all populations. Now in use by architects, small business firms, medical professionals, aboriginal communities and organizations, as well as educators and human service providers.

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