The Most Valuable Book You Will Ever Read:
- Uncover your own unique motivators and how to leverage them in the work you do.
- Learn the secrets to creating meaningful relationships and understand what might be getting in your way.
- Identify how to get that inner critic out of the way so you can have it all.
- Understand your life’s cycles so you learn to spot exactly when change may be coming your way.
- Identify what you need to let go of to create possibilities with less effort.
- Learn how to tackle your assumption systems and consider things you’ve never thought of before.
- Discover how to use tools to reprogram your thought patterns from self-limiting to self-fulfilling so you get out of your own way – for good!
- Discover how one foundational tool can give you the courage to take you where you want to go in life.
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Lisa Has Done A Great Job with Me, Myself, and Why?
With many changes occuring in our lives, an individual may be looking for direction and a different perspective. Lisa’s book can provide some clarity with the changes one is going through. Through the examples Lisa provides, the reader will gain a better insight into their purpose in life.”
Robert Tenuta, Account Executive, Greeson Sales & Marketing
Coaching books usually fall into two categories. I call these categories “Lists of Tips” and “Lots of Revelations.”
About half-way into Me, Myself and Why? The Secrets to Navigating Change, I realized coach Lisa Mininni has written a book that combines the best of both those worlds. In addition to sharing insights from her own experience and observations, she provides the tools needed to overcome the behaviors and attitudes that keep us stuck in places we really don’t want to be.
Mininni’s common-sense approach involves first getting to the heart of what drives us, then learning how to use those motivators to keep us from getting stalled when we need to move forward. Her “Self-Reflection” moments, sprinkled throughout the book, provide unique, thought-provoking questions to help the reader apply each chapter’s lessons in a meaningful way. In the most intriguing portion of the book, Mininni creates a series of characters to illustrate traits, beliefs and behaviors, rather than just describing them. You’ll find yourself and people you know in “Audacious Adam,” “Juggler Jane,” “Analytical Ann,” and others whose fictional lives prove quite revealing.
After each profile, Mininni lists a series of questions to help readers make the leap between the character and self-identification, then offers specific strategies for change. Mininni draws on some of her own personal journey, as well the experiences of others to illustrate the book’s concepts and keep this an interesting read. But take it slowly, because it’s important to do the work of answering the questions and reflecting on how these concepts apply to your own life. And that’s where you’ll find all those evelations. Joni Hubred-Golden
A Practical Application-Rich Approach to Change!
Lisa Mininni’s approach to the increasingly important subject of change is practical, application rich, and has a wonderfully broad reach. There is a need for this type of comfortably written, easy to understand presentation. It is obvious that there are several well established underlying models that support her work; however, her style addresses a large audience that would surely drown in some of the high water presentations that populate our bookshelves. I heartily recommend it as a coaching tool. D. Price
A Must-Have Tool for Creating Change!
I loved the concept and the flow of the book. I gained great insights from Lisa’s characters. They taught me about my own motivation for my actions as well as others. The questions Lisa presents helped me to clarify my direction into positive change. This is an enjoyable read for those who want a tool and the support to move their lives in a forward direction quickly. Laura Rubinstein, Social Media Expert
Very Good Resource for All Who Need A Change
I recommend this book for anyone initiating a personal search for change. The material is easy to understand; Mininni presents eight characters with whom we can identify, and thereby introduces a broad spectrum of motivational drivers. This is an excellent, entertaining approach, upon which one can build through a more in-depth investigation of personal motivators and their influence on behavior. Mininni discusses the “Cloud of Ambiguity” as a key indicator of the need for change, and recommends techniques for escaping the Cloud, discovering who you are and aligning what motivates you with what you do. The book combines a process of self-discovery with the means to plan and execute a way ahead. S. Patrick
When You Have More Questions Than Answers, This is the Book to Read
If you have lost your job and are reflecting upon what just happened…. or perhaps you have more questions than answers. This is a useful book for these times. It will help you understand “why” and also provide important insight/aids to pursue your next job or a change in career. A key to having a successful life is being able to navigate through events that are not always in one’s control and to find one’s niche. This book provides a great perspective on how to move forward, particularly if change has chosen you. B. Rolland
A Consultant’s View
As a career consultant in Michigan, the state with the nation’s highest unemployment rate, I am well aware of the fear, anger, and confusion that accompany change. As more and more people grapple with change, voluntarily or involuntarily, they will need books like Lisa Minnini’s “Me, Myself, and Why.” Most of us like to have control over our livelihoods, but what happens when that livelihood goes away? We are automatically thrust into what Minnini aptly calls “a cloud of ambiguity.” This helpful book provides specific techniques, such as vision statements, for identifying the ideas, emotions, resources, and insights that prepare people to take stock, fashion a plan, and move forward. And while she is well aware that people don’t like change, she teaches that there is power and growth available to those who are willing to be “comfortably uncomfortable.” Susan N.