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In the 2008 filmYes Mana bank loan officer named Carl Allen takes up a program that ensues to change his overall outlook on life The story starts off with a rather pessimistic cynical Carl having been emotionally damaged after his wife had left him three years prior His life taking a turn for the negative Carl decides to attend a seminar being held that encourages the mantra of saying yes to every opportunity that presents itself Although his initial practice of this new yes program seems to be nothing but a nuisance it eventually leads to him meeting a charming young woman named Allison At the first no that comes out of his mouth Carl realizes that it can only lead to something bad As he continues on with his new yes mantra Carls life starts to change for the better he stumbles upon many amazing opportunities to help others he repairs his relationship with his friends and he gets promoted at work Unfortunately after being detained by the FBI for being profiled as a terrorist Carl is forced to confess his participation in the yes program to which Allison decides that she can no longer trust him as she doesnt know whether he said yes to her because of the program or if he genuinely wanted to In the end Carl learns that there really are no repercussions to saying no and that the program was simply a starting point to get people to say yes because they actually want to He finds a middle ground with his life choices and reunites with Allison on the term maybeIn chapter two of our text we learn all about communication and identity A key term is the self-concept which is pretty much what you honestly think about yourself While self-concept deals with who you think you are self-esteem deals with how valuable you think you are After Carls harsh split with his ex-wife Stephanie Carl is
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