How to Survive Change...You Didn't Ask For, M.J. Ryan
M.J. Ryan

How to Survive Change...You Didn't Ask For

Be Empowered in the Face of ChangeChange your mindset to change for the better. These are challenging times. Chances are, at this moment, you’re confronting some change you never asked for—perhaps a life crisis, like a loss of job or the failure of a dream. Maybe you have to learn to work in new ways or find a new place to live. Bestselling author, thought leader, and change expert M.J. Ryan is here to help. Within the pages of her book How to Survive Change … You Didn't Ask For, you’ll find the support and practices you need to successfully ride the wave of this change, whatever it may be.
Discover tools for coping with the changes of life. Change is always hard, and it's even harder when it's thrust upon us, unbidden. But with every change, there is also opportunity. In this book, Ryan provides strategies to retain your brain and optimize your response to life change, step by step. Best of all, as your adaptability increases, so does your confidence—with her guidance, you will be able to survive and thrive no matter what life throws your way.
Turn life transitions into opportunities for success. With both detailed chapters explaining how to embrace change and twenty quick tips for adapting to change you didn't ask for, Ryan's advice can be used in any evolving situation. This book will teach you how to:
Accept changeExpand your optionsTake action, andStrengthen your adaptabilityIf you liked Switch or books by Gretchen Rubin like Better than Before and The Four Tendencies, you'll love How to Survive Change … You Didn't Ask For.
210 printed pages
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Andreahas quoted3 months ago
Since we live in a changing universe, why do [humans] oppose change? . . . If a rock is in the way, the root of the tree will change its direction. . . . Even a rat will change its tactics to get a piece of cheese.

—Melvin B. Tolson
Inas Gad
Inas Gadhas quotedlast year
Acceptance is not submission; it is acknowledgment of the facts of a situation. Then deciding what you're going to do about it.

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