Some Things Never Change
A fun, easy and motivating read
As with any self help book, it's beneficial to understand how the author(s) intend for you to take advantage of the information presented. In this book, each chapter discusses one of the six attributes that we've identified as essential to personal and professional success. We want to emphasize that our first and foremost concept we chose to discuss is the importance of learning how to cope with change. This is the focus of Chapter One and the central principle around which the rest of the book revolves. Consider it the key to unlocking the remaining five attributes. For that reason, we recommend readers approach this book chronologically in order to derive maximum benefit from the material. That's not to say you couldn't pick up some helpful tips by skipping haphazardly between chapters. However, readers should know the attributes were arranged so that our supportive strategies build upon one another naturally. After reading Chapter One, you will understand what coping with change really means. Then in Chapter Two, you will glean inspirational tips on how to cultivate positive self-esteem, a must-have in order to thrive in an environment of change. Chapter Three discusses the importance of incorporating effective time management routines. Chapter Four provides realistic ways to achieve and maintain focus in every area of life. The next stepping stone, found in Chapter Five, is to improve communication so that you can effectively promote both yourself and your efforts. Finally, knowing you have work to do can be stressful, so in Chapter Six, we end with practical advice on how to eliminate unnecessary stress, another key ingredient for reaching your full potential. We've kept things simple and to a minimum so as not to over-whelm you with information. Take notes, use a highlighter, do the exercises and definitely check out the resources mentioned in the back of the book. Getting involved with the material will solidify your efforts and put you on the path to high performance in the workplace. That's not to say your personal life won't also improve. In fact, we're certain the principles mentioned here in the context of business are equally applicable to the relationships and projects you have going on in your personal life. Prepare for a fun and invigorating read, one that will help you get results. But don't just read this book. Adopt it as your personal survival guide to a rapidly changing world. Free Shipping! Meet Jodie Randisi...
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