Is your student her own worst enemy? Is your student her own best friend? What can you do when your student refuses to respond? Can you do for your student what she needs to do for herself? This book answers those questions and many more. It focuses on you getting your student to do her part in the learning process. The author draws information from over 40 years of keen observations and conversations with a wide cross section of students from around the world. The students vary in age, culture, disposition, ethnicity, family, gender, genetic makeup, personality, political persuasion, religious belief, socioeconomic status and upbringing. This book recounts numerous conversations with students about their self beliefs. As you journey through the maze of selfs you may see reflections of yourself; some of which we may like and others we may dislike. Whatever your experience is be comforted that there are others just like you who have navigated this life successfully having both failures and successes. This book is a must read for persons in educational institutions and industry. Enjoy!