A stunning new approach to how individuals can not only change their lives for the better in the workplace, but also their lives away from the office, including (but not limited to) finding ways to improve one's working relationship with others, one's overall health, outlook on life, and so on.
For example, why is it that 95% of all diet attempts fail? Why do New Year's Resolutions last no more than a few days? Why can't people with good intentions seem to make consistent and positive strides in the way they want to improve their careers, financial fitness, physical fitness, and so on?
Based upon the latest research in a number of psychological and medical fields, the authors of Change Anything will show that traditional will-power is not necessarily the answer to these strivings, that people are affected in their behaviors by far more subtle influences. Change Anything shows how individuals can come to understand these powerful and influential forces, and how to put these forces to work in a positive manner that brings real and meaningful results.
The authors present an array of everyday examples that will change and truly empower you to reexamine the way you go about your business and life.
©2011 Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, David Maxfield, Ron McMillan, Al Switzler (P)2011 Hachette Audio
I've listened to it several times. These authors at least 4 other books & 3 of them I've listened to multiple times, bought the physical books, bought the e books & even took the course for the book!
Brian is an avid reader. He is interested in great stories and human behavior. His job is as a behavioral specialist in public schools.
I have not only used this information in this book to change me, but I have also equipped my own special education students with the skills needed for change. This book is a life changer! Read it! Take notes! Change!
Simple as possible review. If you want help changing things, habits, and your life; make this one of the set you should have. Listen twice, do the work. Just about like you'd expect it to be. Get it.
Many of the things are similar to other books I've read, but there a several gems of insight that I liked. Such as "distance and distraction" and "turn a bad day into good data"... Well worth listening too.
Worth the time spent listening to ways to improve oneself. Six sources of influence is worth the cost
I've taken off points because they constantly reference a website with "exclusive content" that does not exist. The website redirects to there facebook page.
Overall theory and applicable guidelines are good.
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