Join Active Minds for an evening on The Magic of Changepower: What Really Works To Change A Habit with author Meg Selig at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 14, in Tegeler Hall Auditorium, with a book signing after the talk.
"Changepower" is what you get when you combine willpower with outside supports like helpful people, support groups, and healthy environments. In Changepower!, I'll show you how to beef up both your willpower and your changepower to achieve habit change success.
What others are saying:
"Given how much I have read and written about change, it is a pleasure to find something so engaging with the potential to enhance my personal changepower."
--James O. Prochaska, Ph.D., author of Changing for Good
"Finally, a unique habit change book that will appeal to counselors and students as well as clients. Meg Selig's Changepower! synthesizes the wisdom of the greatest minds in psychology so we can apply their techniques to our daily lives. Read this book. Each chapter is a life-changing experience."
- Howard Rosenthal, professor and coordinator of the human services program at St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley
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