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320 pages, Kindle Edition
First published February 16, 2010
All change efforts have something in common: for any thing to change, someone has to start acting differently
If you change, everything will change for you.
An strong barrier to change is that the mind and the heart often disagree. What looks like laziness is often exhustion.
What looks like a people problem is often a situation (path) problem.
In Essence: Instead of asking what's broken and how we can fix it, ask: What's working and how we can do more of it.
In Essence: Clarity dissolves resistance.
When you describe a compelling destination, you're helping to correct one of the rider's great weaknesses, the tendency to get lost in analysis.
In Essence: When you are at the beginning of a change, don't obsess about the middle, because the middle is going to look different when you get there; instead, Look for a strong beginning and a strong ending and get moving.