Change Anything

Change Anything

The New Science of Personal Success

Book - 2011
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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.
Publisher: New York : Business Plus, c2011
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780446573917
Branch Call Number: 155.25 CHA 2011 22
Characteristics: xvi, 262 p. : ill
Additional Contributors: Maxfield, David
Patterson, Kerry


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Feb 21, 2013

I found this book quite helpful in analyzing why my plans/goals were not working. It a little long-winded but it gave me a new perspective on how to change. Definitely recommended for those who feel they're lacking the willpower or discipline to change!

LauraO18 Jul 12, 2012

It's a very good and helpful book, but I found it a bit long and a bit complicated at times (with the 6 sources of influence and everything). I would recommend this book, but I would recommend "The Power of Habit" by Charles Duhigg first.

Apr 09, 2012

Got bored. Closed the book.

It always bores me when the author puts out smoke screens to try to complicate things.

Mar 24, 2012

There are some excellent ideas re how to make changes in this book, and I've incorporated some into my life. However, it does read like a long infomercial for the website, which I found off-putting.

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