Why do most New Year’s resolutions fail after just a few weeks? Why are most diet attempts unsuccessful? David Maxfield, coauthor of The New York Times bestseller, Influencer:The Power to Change Anything, will tell you that it’s because will power is not enough. In his latest book, Change Anything: The New Science of Personal Success, he draws upon the latest research in psychology and medicine to explain how people are affected by subtle, but powerful, external influences.
Nevertheless, he argues that individuals can change their lives for the better in the workplace as well as in their home lives. Using everyday examples, Maxfield will spark you to re-examine your life, and he will give you the tools you need to successfully change what you want to change.
With a Doctorate in Psychology, Maxfield has taught at Stanford University and the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University. David is the recipient of the Motorola University’s Distinguished Teaching Award and Stanford University’s Dean’s Award for Innovative Industrial Education. Maxfield is also Vice President of Research at VitalSmarts, a corporate training company.
A global authority on leadership, change-management, collaboration and body language in the workplace, Goman is the author of 11 books and a frequent contributor to media outlets like the Washington Post and Forbes.
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