Getting Unstuck: How Dead Ends Become New Paths

Getting Unstuck: How Dead Ends Become New Paths

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by Timothy Butler
     
 

You will experience psychological impasse many times in your life. During these times, you have the sensation that you're stuck or paralyzed. You're convinced that something must change, whether in your work or personal life. Though this feeling is normal, you need to move beyond it. Failure to "get unstuck" can put your career and personal life-as well as the healthy… See more details below

Overview

You will experience psychological impasse many times in your life. During these times, you have the sensation that you're stuck or paralyzed. You're convinced that something must change, whether in your work or personal life. Though this feeling is normal, you need to move beyond it. Failure to "get unstuck" can put your career and personal life-as well as the healthy functioning of your team or organization-at risk.

In Getting Unstuck, business psychologist and researcher Timothy Butler offers strategies for moving beyond a career or personal-life impasse-by recognizing the state of impasse, awakening your imagination, recognizing patterns of meaning in your life, and taking action for change.

Drawing on a wealth of stories about individuals who have successfully transitioned out of impasses, Getting Unstuck provides a practical, authoritative road map for moving past your immediate impasse-and defining a meaningful path forward.

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Editorial Reviews

Investors Business Daily
This is not a quick-fix self-help book . . . it's in the service of growth.

The Globe & Mail
Getting Unstuck draw[s] you through the currents and undercurrents of impasse, offering hope, inspiration and a few memorable tools as a bonus.

The Boston Globe
. . . a culture that values relentless work and connectivity squeezes out the time we need for soul-searching . . .

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781436150514
Publisher:
Recorded Books, LLC
Publication date:
07/11/2008

Meet the Author

Dr. Timothy Butler is a Senior Fellow and the Director of Career Development Programs at Harvard Business School. He teaches career coaching and consults to organizations worldwide on career development issues.

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