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  • Author:
    Hugh Downs
  • ISBN:
    0385037422
  • ISBN13:
    978-0385037426
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  • Publisher:
    Doubleday; 1st edition (1973)
  • Pages:
    227 pages
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    1410 kb
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    1165 kb
  • Rating:
    4.1
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Potential: The Way to Emotional Maturity. Dell Publishing paperback. Biography of Hugh Downs by the Hugh Downs School of Communication at Arizona State University. Appearances on C-SPAN. Interview transcript of Downs in October 2005 on his libertarian views, Internet Archived October 28, 2008, Retrieved July 5, 2015. Hugh Downs at The Interviews: An Oral History of Television. Preceded by Franklin Pangborn. Hugh Downs at the Internet Movie Database.

Hugh Malcolm Downs is a retired American broadcaster, television host, news anchor, TV producer, author, game show host, and music .

Hugh Malcolm Downs is a retired American broadcaster, television host, news anchor, TV producer, author, game show host, and music composer. He is perhaps best known for his roles as co-host of the NBC News program Today from 1962–71, host of the Concentration game show from 1958–69, and anchor of the ABC News magazine 20/20 from 1978–99. He also served as announcer/sidekick for Tonight Starring Jack Paar, host of the PBS talk show Over Easy, and co-host of the syndicated talk show Not for Women Only.

Today's Hugh Downs concedes that emotional maturity is difficult if not impossible to define scientifically, but he plunges ahead nonetheless, for, after all, this is ""a purely informal presentation,"" an item which he admits falls into the category of ""self-help"" and features such tidbits of' advice.

Today's Hugh Downs concedes that emotional maturity is difficult if not impossible to define scientifically, but he plunges ahead nonetheless, for, after all, this is ""a purely informal presentation,"" an item which he admits falls into the category of ""self-help"" and features such tidbits of' advice as ""Always mix business and pleasure

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Manarius
I first read this book when it came out in the 70s and I was struggling with my entrance into adulthood. I loaned it to someone and never got it back. In rereading it in 2015 I was struck by how much of it I had retained and used to become the man I wanted to be. I find much of it still resonates with me today. When he drifts into what a mature society might look like it reminds me of some of the more idealistic readings I have encountered. As it relates to the individual though, it is not your run of the mill self help book. And who knows, with a world full of those who have attained a higher level of maturity, anything is possible.
Zargelynd
I read this book in 1975 and there was something about the approach, the message, the genuine goodness that just stuck with me. Once, when I about 35 and enrolled in a college-level public speaking class with about 20 twenty-somethings, I got this book from the library and quoted it. I wanted to urge those kids to just open their eyes and to look around the world - at things larger than themselves.

I came across this old copy and knew I needed it for my library. When it arrived I sat down in a comfortable chair and started to browse. Then I started to read it more thoroughly for comprehension. I loved it the first time, I treasure it the second time around. I'd like to share it, but I worry that it might not come back to me. (Think of the temptation it would be.) No, it's mine and will stay on the shelf, ready for another go in a couple more years.
Marilore
This was bought as a gift for my sister. She requested it, because she read it years ago and has never forgotten it. She highly recommended it and I will be borrowing it from her soon.