When the wind of change blows …

Change by Jeffrey A. KottlerThere is an ancient Chinese proverb that goes: “When the wind of change blows, some people build walls, others build windmills.”

Change can cause people to become frightened.  They want to stay with what’s known even when it’s rendered obsolete.

Life teaches us that the only constant is change.  We make changes all the time, some big and some small.  The big changes may be frightening because they mean that life will never be exactly the same.

Living esteem daily makes us capable of allowing changes to come into our life.  Integrating esteem into our life makes us self-confident and balanced.  Having such a strong self-esteem we don’t fear change, especially change which is necessary to bring us further in our life.

Esteem transforms us into people who build windmills when the wind of change blows because we know that besides change there is another great constant moment of our life: it’s esteem.

This is the highest ranked ebook about change and how we can deal with it:

Change: What Really Leads to Lasting Personal Transformation

Change by Jeffrey A. Kottler


Jeffrey A. Kottler

Publication Date

October 1, 2013


Oxford University Press; 1 edition (October 1, 2013)

File Size

3161 KB

Print Length

373 Pages

In this vividly written volume, psychotherapist Jeffrey Kottler weaves together inspiring stories and the latest research, taking the reader on a fascinating exploration of human behavior while highlighting what does-and does not-lead to lasting change.

Customer reviews:

This is an extremely comprehensive work on many aspects of transformation, aiming to show how life changes can be made in many areas of behaviour and environment.

I have applied so many of the tidbits, lessons, insights of this book to my life then I cannot emphasize enough the impact it has had on my life.






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