Why are so many of our attempts to change unsuccessful? It's not a lack of willpower. The problem is that we try to adopt new, more positive behaviors without first breaking the hold that the old negative behaviors have on us. We can't simply turn these negative behaviors off; in fact, their hold is so strong that, as Blumenthal shows, they have become a part of us. In a very real sense, we're addicted to ou rselves. But self-addiction can be broken. In You're Addicted to You, Blumenthal outlines his proven "Circles of Strength" approach, a three-stage strategy to help readers conquer damaging behaviors like anger, workaholism, risk aversion, negativity any bad habit. He offers tools, techniques, and exercises for increasing our awareness of our self-addictions and controlling their impact on ourselves and others. He shows how to make personal and professional changes that actually last. Everyone knows what they want to change; Blumenthal show s readers exactly how to actually do it.
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Author Biography - Noah Blumenthal
Noah Blumenthal has helped people in the highest positions of power and those in the lowest depths of depression change their attitudes and behaviors. As a consultant and coach, Noah has worked with clients in the Fortune 500 in financial services, advertising, pharmaceuticals, utilities, and consumer products as well as educational institutions and not for profit. In addition to coaching executives, Noah has served as a counselor on suicide and peer counseling hotlines. Currently, Noah is the Founder and President of Leading Principles, Inc. (www.leadingprinciples.com), an executive coaching and consulting company dedicated to building effectiveness by raising self and organizational awareness. His executive coaching, team management strategies and organizational development consulting help individuals, teams and organizations understand challenges and make difficult changes. Noah also works as a facilitator to prepare others to coach executives. Karlin Sloan & Company hired him to design, develop and deliver their "Coaching With Integrity" four-day workshop on executive coaching. In this workshop Noah trains new and seasoned coaches, HR professionals, OD experts, managers and executives on how to be more effective in both formal and informal coaching. Noah was a founding member of an internal consulting group at UBS Financial Services where he helped create and lead the effort for team development and coaching in the organization. In building this internal group over 5 years he trained and consulted to over 1000 line, management and executive teams throughout the organization and coached hundreds of team leaders on how to change their businesses and their behaviors.