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This completely revised and updated edition of Reinventing Yourself, the motivational classic by inspirational author Steve Chandler, features several new chapters, including:
- What to Do about Your Money Fears
- Your Career Played as a Game vs. Your Career as a Grind for Survival
- How Much Ego Do You Need to Succeed?
- The Hidden Downside of Winning Friends and Influencing People
- Do You Need a Life Coach or Should You Just Wing It?
- Does Success Make You Happy or Does Happiness Make You Successful?
Chandler's new edition also tunes, polishes, and strengthens the many popular and inspiring chapters from previous editions of this book, making them even more useful and relevant in today's rapidly changing, globalized world.
The old psychological models that focused on past hurts and traumatic memories have given way to exciting new breakthroughs, like Dr. Martin Seligman's work on post-traumatic strength and Dr. George Pransky's work on human beings' innate resilience and well-being. No more fixating on psychic wounds that occurred in childhood. Chandler's new revision looks at the work of both of those pioneers and makes optimism available to people who never believed they could reinvent their old ways of being.
About the Author
Since the publication of the first edition of Reinventing Yourself two decades ago, Steve Chandler has trained more than 30 Fortune 500 companies in communication, personal motivation and leadership. He has been a guest faculty member at the University of Santa Monica, teaching their Soul-Centered Professional Coaching program. Steve has authored two dozen books that have been translated into more than 30 foreign language editions, including the best-selling 100 Ways to Motivate Others and 100 Ways to Motivate Yourself. He is also the founder of the Coaching Prosperity School, which for more than a decade has taught and trained life and business coaches from around the world.
"If you put together the best of Anthony Robbins and Wayne Dyer, what you would have would be almost as good as Steve Chandler." --Dale Dauten, Chicago Tribune, King Features Syndicate
— Dale Dauten