Changing Direction Without Losing Your Way

Version: Abridged
Author: Paul Edwards , Sarah Edwards
Narrator: Paul Edwards , Sarah Edwards
Genres: Business & Economics
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Published In: June 2001
# of Units: 2 CDs
Length: 2 hours, 30 minutes
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Overview

The complete guide for anyone who faces sudden change at work, in technology, and in the world around them.

In Changing Directions Without Losing Your Way, the authors who helped pioneer the "working from home" revolution identify the six stages of change in business and in life. In each of these six stages, Paul and Sarah demonstrate how to understand and assess change for what it is, and then recast your career or other vital aspects of life to adapt to new realities.

Their new book is filled with concrete suggestions, allowing every reader to feel that he or she can gain control of whatever situation life presents.

From facing a new reality, releasing the past, finding an inner compass, embracing the future, developing a strategy, to putting the show on the road, the six stages of change are clearly explained. The book even shows how to develop better nutrition and health habits that energize the body during periods of stress. The authors supply useful and simple exercises to help readers understand their options. They also supply vivid examples of others who have successfully wrestled with the disruptions of job changes, downsizing, or changes.

Reviews (4)

Changing Direction Without Losing Your

Written by Anonymous from Burlington, MA on May 25th, 2005

  • Book Rating: 2/5

This was a very lack luster book. It gave a lot of general examples but nothing you could hang your hat on. Narration was very boring also.

Changing Direction Without Losing Your Way

Written by Kyle E on May 6th, 2005

  • Book Rating: 1/5

Boring! ...they lost their way while making this book.

Some Good Ideas

Written by kk2again on January 17th, 2005

  • Book Rating: 3/5

This one contains no revelations, but there are some motivational pieces from the authors. Worthy of a read.

Changing directions without losing your way

Written by Anonymous on August 6th, 2004

  • Book Rating: 1/5

useless, no offense to the authors