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Learning to let go - The art of embracing change - cover

Learning to let go - The art of embracing change

Patrick Lynen

Publisher: Maravillosos Conceptos & Ideas Mallorca

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Summary

How to stop beating a dead horse and start mastering change in your life

The horse is dead. It's time to move on. Yet many people stay where they are, and end up wasting weeks, months, or even years. And no matter how dissatisfied they are, they don't change their situation.

But every change—be it private or personal—has to come from the individual. With humor, wit, and pointed insight, change expert Patrick Lynen exposes our patterns of avoiding change and offers proven strategies for starting anew—strategies that are founded in science and never judgmental.

If you're seeking new solutions to old problems, or are finally ready to overcome your fears, frustrations, and dependencies, you've found the right book!

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