So often we want to make big changes in our lives, but lack the resolve to see them through. It seems we just can't summon the necessary willpower to take on these huge challenges - saving money, quitting smoking, increasing productivity, getting a promotion or pay rise, or losing weight. But here's the secret: willpower is not the answer. With a clearer understanding of the real forces that shape our actions, we can make better decisions, change our outlook, and rid ourselves of bad habits. Change Anything reveals the Six Sources of Influence that affect our daily decisions and explains how you can make them work in your favour, helping you to achieve your goals. By learning how they apply to your life, you can put these subtle but strong forces to use in a positive way that brings real results. Based upon the latest psychological and medical research, this book details a variety of real world examples that will empower you to re-examine the way you go about your business and your life and will provide you with the tools to Change Anything.
©2011 Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, David Maxfield, Ron McMillan, Al Switzler (P)2011 Hachette Audio
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"Read this book if you want change in your life."
They have broken down a complex topic into an easy to understand and easy to implement strategy to make and understand how you can make change in your life. Excellent book, I have just bought a copy for all of my team members.
This has got to be the worst investment l have made in 50 years. This is not a book, it is a dreadful 7 hour advert for a dreadful american website. This is hours and hours of repetitive drivel
"Good ideas for changing those big problems"
The book provides good and sensible advice to change bad habits in personal health, relationships and at work. The authors have carefully studied people who had succeeded in changing and extracted the important steps that you need to take heed of in order to change. Most of the examples were quite extreme but the methodologies apply broadly. My problems all seem too subtle to apply their methods though and I wonder if those with serious problems would have the patience to listen to enough of the book to be able to apply the ideas. Useful for life coaches perhaps?
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