ChangeAbility: How Artists, Activists and Awakeners Navigate Change
Navigating Change is the New Stability.
We live in a time of fast moving, complex change on both the personal and the global level. Welcome or unwelcome, nothing is more certain than the constant and uncertain movement of change. Whether change is met with excitement or met with fear, we can easily become overwhelmed by all of that movement.
ChangeAbility: The ability to effectively navigate change with more ease.
Sharon Weil engages twenty-five leading change-makers: artists, political and environmental advocates and activists, teachers, spiritual leaders, psychotherapists, somatic practitioners, and more in a conversation about how to meet change, hold hope, align with nature, have courage, and find the passion that fuels responsive innovation.
Based on Weil’s acclaimed podcast, Passing 4 Normal: Conversations with Authors, Artists, Activists and Awakeners about Seeding Change in the World, this book weaves together the insight, humor, compassion and hard-earned wisdom of those who have mastered the art of ChangeAbility in a wide range of applied experiences.
ChangeAbility increases your ability to be flexible, responsive, and authentically resourceful in the face of change.
- Understand the nature of the movement of change and its impediments.
- Identify the Seven Principles common to all change whether starting something new, transforming the old, or adapting to existing circumstances.
- Learn new strategies for meeting change from renowned change-makers.
- Develop greater ease, effectiveness, and stability in meeting change.
- Enjoy whatever happens next.
Don’t be overwhelmed. Find your ChangeAbility.
Corrine Bourdeau – Claire Hope Cummings – Amanda Foulger – Janet Fredericks – Ann Gentry – Deena Metzger – Rachel Lang – Robert Litman – Paul Loeb – Penny Livingston-Stark – Rebecca Mark – Camille Maurine – Amy McEachern – Beth Rosales – Harvey Ruderian – Fred Sugerman – James Stark – Michael Stocker – Jacques Verduin – John Weeks – Jackie Welch Schlicher – Thomas Verner – Adam Wolpert
Watch the book trailer: https://vimeo.com/164643309