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How We Change And 10 Reasons Why We Don T

Author : Dr Ross Ellenhorn
ISBN : 9780349424248
Genre : Psychology
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A paradigm-shifting, instant classic in the making that challenges our assumptions about change by encouraging us to understand and embrace our resistance to it. We all have something we want to change about ourselves. But whether it's quitting smoking, losing weight, or breaking some common bad habit or negative behaviour pattern, we feel a sense of failure when we don't succeed. This often sets off a cascade of negative feelings and discouragement, making it even harder to change. The voice in our head tells us: Why bother? Successful change depends far more on understanding why we don't change, psychotherapist and sociologist Ross Ellenhorn insists. His decades-long career as a pioneer in helping people overcome extreme psychiatric experiences and problematic substance use issues - especially those whom the behavioural healthcare system has failed - especially those whom the mental healthcare system has failed - has lead him to develop an effective, long-term method to achieve transformation, from the simplest shifts to the most profound. In How We Change, Ellenhorn looks to the evolutionary imperatives driving us. We are wired to double down on the familiar because of what he calls the Fear of Hope - the act of protecting ourselves from further disappointment. He identifies the '10 Reasons Not to Change' to help us see why we behave the way we do, making it clear that there is nothing broken inside us - it's how we're built. By addressing this little known reality, he gives us hope and helps us work toward the change we seek. Ellenhorn speaks to the core of our insecurities and fears about ourselves, with a humour and kindness. By turning our judgements about self-destructive behaviours into curious questions about them, he teaches us to think about our actions to discover what we truly want - even if we're going about getting it in the wrong way. How We Change is a brilliant approach that will forever alter our perspective and help us achieve the transformation we truly seek.

This Is How We Change The Ending

Author : Vikki Wakefield
ISBN : 9781925774900
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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A gritty, ultimately triumphant novel from one of Australia’s most loved YA writers, the author of award-winning Friday Brown

Overview Timelapse

Author : Benjamin Grant
ISBN : 9781984858665
Genre : Photography
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A stunning and unique collection of satellite images of Earth that offer an unexpected look at humanity, derived from the wildly popular Daily Overview Instagram project. Inspired by the “Overview Effect”—a sensation that astronauts experience when given the opportunity to look down and view the Earth as a whole—the breathtaking, high definition satellite photographs in OVERVIEW offer a new way to look at the landscape that we have shaped. More than 200 images of industry, agriculture, architecture, and nature highlight incredible patterns while also revealing a deeper story about human impact. This extraordinary photographic journey around our planet captures the sense of wonder gained from a new, aerial vantage point and creates a perspective of Earth as it has never been seen before.

Climate Change And How We Ll Fix It

Author : Alice Harman
ISBN : 9780711256804
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We know what we need to do - so why don't we just sort out climate change? Many kids (and quite a few adults) have asked the question; this book will answer it with a positive but realistic vision of what the solution to our global crisis looks like. After a recap of the science behind climate change, the book delves deeper, with a look at the social and political factors standing in the way of a solution. Finally, we see how all parts of society must come together to meet the challenge, with fairness, thoughtfulness and compassion.

How We Change And 10 Reasons Why We Don T

Author : Ross Ellenhorn
ISBN : 034942425X
Genre : Change (Psychology)
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Many of us are familiar with the tension between wanting to change a behavior pattern and the seeming impossibility of making that change. Whether you're trying to quit smoking, struggling over a diet, or attempting to abstain from another any number of bad habits or negative behavior patterns, we often feel a sense of failure when we don't succeed in making the shift to more positive ones. This often sets off a cascade of bad feelings and discouragement, making it even harder to change. The voice in our head tells us: Why bother? Ross Ellenhorn's approach will forever change our relationship to change. His decades-long career as a pioneer in helping people overcome addiction and psychiatric disorders-especially those for whom the mental healthcare system has failed them-has helped him to develop an effective, long-term method to approach change from the simplest shifts to the most profound. Ellenhorn argues that only by understanding the powerful pull to stay the same, can we begin to make the steps towards change. The problem isn't that we lack the right skills or knowledge to achieve the changes we want to make; instead, successful change depends on our understanding of why we don't change rather than on learning some new strategy to change. The tendency to stay the same is often based on evolutionary coping mechanisms that mess with our greater reasoning about wanting to change. Ellenhorn addresses the 10 Reasons Not to Change and in doing so, he helps us to understand the logic of staying the same, rather than believing our resistance to change is something that is broken inside of us. In HOW WE CHANGE, Dr. Ellenhorn brings his decades of clinical experience and his research on Fear of Hope together to help readers understand the beauty and vunerability inherent both in trying to make a change and staying the same. Ellenhorn speaks to the core of our insecurities and fears about ourselves, both soothing and encouraging the reader. He approaches difficult ideas, like the existential nature of change and fear of failure, with a humor and kindness that will draw readers in and allow them to confront, and ultimately accept, the parts of themselves that keep them from making a change. HOW WE CHANGE is a brilliant and counterintuitive approach that will forever shift our perspective on how to make important and positive changes in our lives by first accepting our resistance to it.

Should We Change How We Vote?

Author : Andrew Potter
ISBN : 9780773550827
Genre : Political Science
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During the 2015 federal election, the Liberal Party pledged that, if elected, they would end the “first past the post” electoral system, where whichever candidate receives the most votes wins a riding even if they have not received a majority of all votes cast. In early 2017, the Liberals reneged on their campaign promise, declaring that there was a lack of public consensus about how to reform the system. Despite the broken promise – and because of the public outcry – discussions about electoral reform will continue around the country. Challenging the idea that first past the post is obsolete, Should We Change How We Vote? urges Canadians to make sure they understand their electoral system before making drastic changes to it. The contributors to this volume assert that there is perhaps no institution more misunderstood and misrepresented than the Canadian electoral system – praised by some for ensuring broad regional representation in Ottawa, but criticized by others for allowing political parties with less than half the popular vote to assume more than half the seats in Parliament. They consider not only how the system works, but also its flaws and its advantages, and whether or not electoral reform is legitimate without a referendum. An essential guide to the crucial and ongoing debate about the country’s future, Should We Change How We Vote? asks if there are alternative reforms that would be easier to implement than a complete overhaul of the electoral system.

Creative Change

Author : Jennifer Mueller
ISBN : 9780544703131
Genre : Business & Economics
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“This book completely changed the way I think about creative innovation. . . . A must read” (Cal Newport, bestselling author of Deep Work). Business leaders say they want creativity and need real innovation in order to thrive. But according to startling research from management professor Jennifer Mueller, these same leaders chronically reject creative solutions, even as they profess commitment to innovation. Mueller’s research reveals that it’s not just CEOs but educators, parents, and other social trendsetters who struggle to accept new and creative ideas. Mueller parses the tough questions that these findings raise. Do we all have an inherent prejudice against creative ideas? Can we learn to outsmart this bias? Creative Change combines analysis of the latest research with practical guidance on how to shift your mindset, and offers a wealth of counterintuitive recommendations to help you embrace the creative ideas you want. “If we all crave creativity so much, why do we reject new ideas so often? Jen Mueller’s smart new book unravels this puzzle.” —Daniel H. Pink, New York Times–bestselling author of When and Drive “Mueller, an accomplished scholar in the management field, has developed a well-formulated argument for creativity. Her ideas and research need to be available to academics, business practitioners, and, really, everyone.” —Library Journal

Climate Change Wired Guides

Author : Bianca Nogrady
ISBN : 9781473585621
Genre : Business & Economics
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Man-made global warming is advancing inexorably. Are there ways to halt it? In this invaluable, one-stop guide Bianca Nogrady analyses the science of climate change and offers a concise overview of the ways in which our carbon emissions might be reduced. She examines the challenges posed by food and energy production and the cutting-edge technologies that could mitigate their polluting effects. She looks at initiatives to create green industry and transport. She explains the economics of emissions trading schemes and the practicalities of geoengineering plans to trap greenhouse gases. And she addresses the fundamental question: is it possible to safeguard our future before it's too late?

How Can I Change?

Author : Robin Boisvert
ISBN : 188103903X
Genre : Sanctification
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"Originally titled From glory to glory"--T.p. verso.

How We Change

Author : Richard L. Gilbert
ISBN : UOM:39015053116128
Genre : Psychology
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An essential reference for therapists interested in understanding the process of change, this book offers the most comprehensive overview of major models of substantive psychological change, addressing a fundamental question of psychotherapy: how do people change? Part I provides a review of major models of psychological change and serves as a reference for therapists working to promote change. Part II builds on prior work on psychological change and proposes a model of how people change in relationally-oriented psychotherapy. The book draws upon multiple sources and theoretical perspectives, incorporating clinical observations and empirical studies, as well as artistic conceptions found in literary and cinematic sources. For psychotherapists and counselors.

We Make Change

Author : Kristin Layng Szakos
ISBN : 082651555X
Genre : Political Science
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Community organizers work at their jobs because they are passionate, because they believe that change is possible, and because they enjoy working with people. Although it's not an occupation that leads to great wealth, community organizers can make a living at it. They get salaries, pensions and health insurance. They raise families. They do well by doing good. This book explores the world of community organizing through the voices of real people working in the field, in small towns and city neighborhoods--women and men of different races and economic backgrounds, ranging in age from those in their twenties to those in their sixties. Fourteen in-depth profiles tell the life stories of a cross-section of the diverse people who choose the life of an organizer. Other chapters, focused on issues of organizing, are tapestries of experience woven from the 81 interviews the authors conducted.

Small Change Big Returns

Author : Tim Lambert
ISBN : 9798632541473
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This is a book about making change palatable, effective and appropriate. With a focus on doing away with large scale overhauls and replacing them with small, incremental tweaks, it challenges the way change programmes often unfold. Through a series of independent chapters, the book explores how and why we need to become more accepting of and comfortable with bite-size change, rather than feeling the pressure to go large. It is filled with useful tools and techniques for evaluating change, introducing change, and managing change; as well as suggesting some important small changes we need to make to the way we run our organisations in the third decade of the twenty-first century.

Schools Can Change

Author : Dale W. Lick
ISBN : 9781412998741
Genre : Education
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Working at the grass-roots level, the change-creation system guides teachers and principals in school innovation and improved student learning. Includes a comprehensive collection of practical online resources.

Possible

Author : Stephan Bauman
ISBN : 9781601425843
Genre : Religion
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We need a better vision for saving the world. Across the world, people like you are rising up to fight poverty, oppression, and injustice—not just professionals, but bloggers, musicians, entrepreneurs, artists, and advocates. People who refuse to accept the world as it is, who dare to believe change is possible. But we face a crisis of vision. We sense what needs to be done, but often we don’t know how to do it. Without a better blueprint for doing good well, our moment in history will slip away. Stephan Bauman, president of World Relief believes true change begins in the hearts and actions of ordinary people. In Possible, he presents clear and biblical thinking, powerful stories, and practical tools for sustainably impacting our workplaces, neighborhoods, villages, and cities. Possible is an eloquent and personal call to reconsider what it means to change ourselves so that we can change the world.

On Wanting To Change

Author : Adam Phillips
ISBN : 9780241979228
Genre : Psychology
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From the UK's foremost literary psychoanalyst, a dazzling new book on the universal urge to change our lives. We live in a world in which we are invited to change - to become our best selves, through politics, or fitness, or diet, or therapy. We change all the time - growing older and older - and how we think about change changes over time too. We want to think of our lives as progress myths - as narratives of positive personal growth - at the same time as we inevitably age and suffer setbacks. So there are the stories we tell about change, and there are the changes we actually make - and they don't always go, or come, together . . . This sparkling book is about that fact.

Changing How We Live

Author : Robert Hinde
ISBN : 9780851248073
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How To Change The World

Author : John-Paul Flintoff
ISBN : 9781447213062
Genre : Philosophy
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We all want to live in a better world, but sometimes it feels that we lack the ability or influence to make a difference. John-Paul Flintoff offers a powerful reminder that through the generations, society has been transformed by the actions of individuals who understood that if they didn’t like something, they could change it. Combining fresh new insights from history, politics and modern culture, this book will give you a sense of what might just be possible, as well as the inspiration and the courage you need to go about improving and changing the world we live in. One in the new series of books from The School of Life, launched May 2012: How to Stay Sane by Philippa Perry How to Find Fulfilling Work by Roman Krznaric How to Worry Less About Money by John Armstrong How to Change the World by John-Paul Flintoff How to Thrive in the Digital Age by Tom Chatfield How to Think More About Sex by Alain de Botton

Terms Of Engagement

Author : Richard H. Axelrod
ISBN : 1576752399
Genre : Business & Economics
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Terms of Engagement introduces a new method for changing organizations based on four essential principles: Widening the Circle of Involvement, Connecting People to Each Other and Ideas, Creating Communities for Action, and Embracing Democratic Principles. This method enables leaders to create the energetic, flexible, responsive organizations necessary to thrive and prosper in the contemporary business world.

Fatherless Women

Author : Clea Simon
ISBN : 9780471410065
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Examines the ways in which a woman's life and sense of self change when her father dies, discussing the father-daughter bond and how the time after a father's death can be a period of critical personal growth.

Generations

Author : BOBBY. DUFFY
ISBN : 178649972X
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