This weekly planning journal, newly revised, assists ex-offenders in dealing with key transition issues during their first critical 99 days in the free world.
Addressing the hopes and fears of ex-offenders, this upbeat resource focuses on the nuts-and-bolts of implementation. It requires users to:
specify three major objectives each week
identify specific supporting daily activities
anticipate related outcomes
evaluate their progress at the end of each week
make key adjustments for the next week
Viewing re-entry as a challenging, full-time job, the book encourages users to keep a weekly journal where they write down exactly what they plan to do each day and then evaluate their progress on a scale of 1 to 10 in accomplishing their goals for the week. They, in turn, summarize what they need to do to better accomplish their goals.
The journal also includes important sections on:
This book provides an important structure for keeping ex-offenders focused on those things they need to do on a daily basis in order to become successful of the outside. It serves as a critical motivator for developing a new pattern of behavior in the free world. Package of 10. © 2015. 64 pp. 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" Softcover.