Just about every positive event in history came about because people changed the circumstances around them for the better – for themselves and for the world. Deep personal change requires a psychologically astute, well-conceived and systematic program, as offered by change management consultant Damian Hughes. His 10-step agenda tells you where to begin and how to proceed. getAbstract recommends it to anyone who wants to embark on personal change.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why personal change requires adjusting your behavior,
- Why you must know exactly what you want to change,
- How to avoid “change blindness” and
- How to follow the 10 steps of a successful change program.
About the Author
Damian Hughes teaches human resource management and organizational behavior at Manchester Metropolitan University. He founded LiquidThinker, a motivational consultancy.
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1 month agoThis is very good. Change is inevitable. This getabstract challenge/change really helps to change - how to read, understand and how we think and observe.
1 month agoThis is very good. Change is inevitable. This idea of getAbstract help to change how we think and look.
1 month agoFor change to be effective, it must be activated from the inside. be the change you want to see in the world and this will have the desired influence in your world. Damian was apt to make us know what exactly we should want to change #getMotivated #readingchallenge #getabstract
1 month agoVery eye opening, some very good advice#getMotivated#getAbstract
1 month agoWhat a great gift to start the week - this week- and any other ocasión to finally CHANGE! It’s a great path to make something only possible if you really are committed to. #getMotivated #getAbstract
1 month agoThe summary is a clear enumeration of 10 steps.
The most important question for me is: how does Damian Hughes encourage us to take the 10 steps.
9 months agoGreat truth "Reality wont change no matter what your attitude towards reality may be"
9 months agoSlightly interesting, don't know that this is anything new.