Change by John Maclean audiobook

Change: A Constant Challenge

By John Maclean  with Juliet Rogers
Read by John Maclean

Simon & Schuster Australia 9781760859374
1.10 Hours 1
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    ISBN: 9781760859381

Welcome to change, the John Maclean way I’ve had a lot of change in my life since the accident that led to my paraplegia over 30 years ago. And although I wasn’t completely aware of it at the time, I can now look back to where it all began and see that I’ve developed a methodology for managing change that has helped me conquer the challenges I’ve been drawn to throughout my life. I believe that in this time of fear and disruption, when so many of us are facing an uncertain and turbulent future, my methodology could help you to embrace the new. Many of us have internal conversations, discussions with ourselves, constantly throughout each day. These conversations can sometimes be counterproductive and limit our ability to move forward. I hope the insights I’ve gathered in this book will help readers commit to changing the conversation and embracing a more supportive internal dialogue.  

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Welcome to change, the John Maclean way

I’ve had a lot of change in my life since the accident that led to my paraplegia over 30 years ago. And although I wasn’t completely aware of it at the time, I can now look back to where it all began and see that I’ve developed a methodology for managing change that has helped me conquer the challenges I’ve been drawn to throughout my life. I believe that in this time of fear and disruption, when so many of us are facing an uncertain and turbulent future, my methodology could help you to embrace the new. Many of us have internal conversations, discussions with ourselves, constantly throughout each day. These conversations can sometimes be counterproductive and limit our ability to move forward. I hope the insights I’ve gathered in this book will help readers commit to changing the conversation and embracing a more supportive internal dialogue.
 

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Author Bio: John Maclean

Author Bio: John Maclean

John Norman Maclean, a longtime Washington journalist and prizewinning author, has published several books on wildland fire, including one about the 2006 Esperanza Fire in Southern California. In order to provide an accurate account of what firefighters go through, he has spent over a decade working with them, taking their training classes, and listening to their personal stories, calling it the best job hes ever had. He resigned from the Chicago Tribune in 1995, after thirty years of working as a reporter and editor, to write Fire on the Mountain, a critically acclaimed account of the 1994 fire on Storm King Mountain in Colorado, which took the lives of fourteen firefighters. The book, a national bestseller, received the Mountains and Plains Booksellers Award for the best nonfiction book of 1999. A History Channel documentary based on Fire on the Mountain won the Cine Masters Award for Excellence as the best documentary of 2003.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/Self-Help
Runtime: 1.10
Audience: Adult
Language: English