Item description for Can Do!: How to Achieve Real Personal Change and Growth by Ben Tiggelaar...
The ability to adapt to the constant changes in personal and professional life is essential in this fast-paced world, and this motivational guide presents practical strategies, techniques, and knowledge to makechange bothlasting and effective.Whether change is circumstantial or proactive, understanding thecharacteristics of human behaviour and how it can be shaped is key to sustaining positive transformation. This manual lays the groundwork for changing personal behavior and adapting to new circumstances instead of repeating behavior from previous circumstances, and continues with step-by-step advice on building lasting collective change.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6.1" Height: 1" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2007
Publisher Cyan Communications
ISBN 190487973X ISBN13 9781904879732
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Personal Change - but my way Dec 21, 2007
It amazes me what a market exists on personal growth and self management books. Not only does that amaze me, I also find it totally not appealing or useful for myself. I "can do" better than that I reckon. Then one October afternoon I got this book in CD-ROM format after visiting Ben Tiggelaar's "MBA in one day" seminar (most enlightening and ultra-compact - great!). Listening to it on my way home encouraged me to buy the book. This is not a methodology trick, not a recipe, no golden rules: this is all about listening to yourself, finding your true priorities and choice, and releasing the powers that your environment and yourself hold back. And then it hands you simple and practical tips to help you go your own way - towards your own targets. It's an easy read and an easy reference (I pick it back out of the bookcase every now and then "what was it again that made this trick easy"), but most importantly it lets you realise stuff you will probably have noticed or considered before, and makes that tangible and truly worth going for. Your way, not the highway.