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Alan Deutschman is a senior writer at Fast Company and the author of two previous books, The Second Coming of Steve Jobs and A Tale of Two Valleys. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with his wife.

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4.0 su 5 stelle “It doesn't matter if you know what to do, if you cant do what you know” 7 marzo 2014
Di DW - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
The main lessons I am taking away from this book is that knowledge isn’t always power, especially when it comes to making life choices, even ones that seem like they would be easy and obvious to make. Having facts that offer light on the numerous benefits of altering a behavior isn’t enough for people to make the change and that the old school tactics of coercion, force or fear to have them change rarely work and if they do, the changes don’t usually last too long.

“people don’t resist change, they resist being changed”

I have experienced this on both sides, as a coach trying to help others benefit from change and I have also deflected others efforts when they have tried to teach me something that may have helped me. By putting up my “self defense” mechanisms and reverting back to old habits and ways of doing things that were comfortable or by seeing the ways others input could benefit my opportunities.

I had a couple of problems, one with the stereotypes the author generated around people born into 3rd generation poverty and two with some of the generalizations in the book which made me question a couple of his points and /or statistics (I want to do some follow up research on my questions to help answer them) but this didn’t stop me from enjoying the book and getting the message as well as the lessons I can use to help myself and people I interact with.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Brilliant Book 5 luglio 2015
Di Amazon Customer - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
Brilliant book. If you have ever wondered how lasting change can take effect, then read this book. It is chocked full of well researched examples and case studies to make the theories come alive. Clearly, it demonstrates the importance of individual ownership where rather than being told to change you discover the value of this through emotional attachment to a support group, repeated exposure to new ideas and concepts allowing you to re-frame and see a new future, or way forward. Being part of an appropriate mastermind group would be an ideal structure to support the changes advocated in this book. Thanks for the inspiration. Highly recommended.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Meet the challenge before it's too late! 23 marzo 2015
Di William B. Bangs - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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What if someone you believed and trusted told you that you had two choices: change something about the very core of who you are, or die? Could you do it? In this frank, down-to-earth book Deutschman first advises that you're probably kidding yourself if you answer "yes," but then goes on to show why we all must learn to be just this flexible, and also how to do it. Using case studies which range from the boardroom to the prisons (both legal and internal) in which we often find ourselves trapped of our own making, Deutschman offers three "keys to change," and provides as much hope as he can that YOU TOO CAN DO THIS. Essential reading for business leaders as well as those who just want to improve their own lives, but don't have the first idea about HOW to get started or if they have any real hope of succeeding.
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4.0 su 5 stelle You might not die, but if you don't have that attitude you might not change 30 marzo 2007
Di Buboy Magalhaes - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I was first attracted to this book when I spotted its stark black and white cover with the simple words "Change or Die". It was enough to get my attention on a flight layover, and I made a note to myself to check out the book when I got home.

I judge a book on if it's able to accomplish what it sets out to do. If it does at least that I'll give it 4 stars. If I feel the author went above and beyond the tour of duty to get his point across, I'll give it 5. That being said, this book is a solid 4, 4 still being very good.

Did this book get the point across that if you don't change you'll die? Actually, yes. The author uses several well-laid out case examples from heart patients to career criminals to demonstrate why change is so important; he also retells his own personal "change or die" story, which lets you know that he doesn't just talk the talk, he also walks the walk. Even though you may not be able to relate to all the people in the book (I am neither a criminal nor a heart patient), he brings their stories close down to a personal level and then details how they each used some version of the 3-steps to change (Relate, Repeat, Reframe) to bring their life and outlook to a new, positive level.

The case studies (stories really), the application of the 3-steps, and the simplicity are really the strong points of the book. I'm not sure if Mr. Deutschman is a psychiatrist or not, but the writing style came across as very down-to-earth and easy to read. It wasn't bogged down in any psycho babble, just 3 steps and how different people applied them to their lives, and the lives of others to change. That's it. Unlike other books covering the topics of change or psychology, it doesn't get cheesy or sugar-coated or cliched, and I was glad for it. This may also be a weakness of the book, since it really wasn't inspirational nor used "go-get-'em" language. That's not say it isn't, it is inspirational in its own way because you get to see how change is possible for even the most ordinary or hopeless situations. But I feel the author could have used a little more enthusiasm in his writing, that's a very minor quibble though.

Another small issue i have with the book, which is purely subjective, is that I wish the author spent a little more time on personal change, or at least gave more examples. There were perhaps 25-30 pages on personal change, and I bought this book expecting more of that. HOwever, I know this book was meant for the topic of change on a personal, corporate, and organizational levels so the author really did cover what he wanted. Hopefully, in the future he'll come out with a follow up dealing solely with the topic of personal change.

Overall, if you are interested in changing yourself, your company, or group, this is a solid book. You can read it in a few days, and not feel overwhelmed with complex psycholiteral language. Instead, there's a lot to learn from the many stories and cases presented here. You really will learn how the 3-steps to change (Relate, Repeat, Reframe) are applied, but it is still up to you to use them.
4.0 su 5 stelle A great look into the challenges of change. 11 marzo 2013
Di James K. Franz - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
Alan Deutschman's book provides great insight through the exploration of behavior modification theory as well as real-world stories of what works and what doesn't. This book should be a 'must read' for anyone trying to work with others, or even on themselves, to affect positive changes in their life. As a teacher/consultant I was amazed at how truly difficult it is to change behaviors. The historical reflections on how the 3Fs (facts, fear, and force) have proven woefully inadequate in helping to drive change were very informative and helpful. Deutschman's introduction of the 'relate-reframe-repeat' model resonated very strongly with me and the work I do with others. The case studies of heart patients, ex-convicts, and Nummi employees also provided a rich context within the book to see many examples of the model in action.

This was a well written book on a very important topic whether for personal use, business use, or both. I would recommend it to any and all.