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Change the Dance
According to Dr. Harriet Lerner, anger is a signal worth listening to, one that deserves our attention and respect. Dr. Lerner, a relationship expert, teaches us how to identify the true sources of our anger so that we can avoid venting it in a way that leaves us feeling helpless and powerless. She shows us how anger can be a powerful vehicle for creating lasting change. Dr. Lerner is one of the world’s most respected voices in the psychology of women and family relationships. Her books include, The Dance of Anger, The Dance of Intimacy, The Dance of Deception, and The Dance of Fear
You may know his story from the movie, The Rookie, starring Dennis Quaid. Jim Morris, was a high school teacher and baseball coach that in an attempt to motivate his team, made a bet with his kids: if you win a district championship, I’ll go tryout for a major league team. The bet was born. And with it so was The Rookie. The players won the district championship and Jim fulfilled his end of the bet, going to a tryout and throwing 12 consecutive 98 mile per hour pitches. Three months later, 35-year-old school teacher Jim Morris was striking out big league hitters in front of his high school players and family. The movie, The Rookie, won the ESPY for Sports Film of the Year, and Sports Illustrated voted it one of the five greatest baseball films ever made. Jim is the author of The Rookie.
The Power of Habit
Have you tried to make changes in your life only to end up doing the same old thing over and over again? Do you look at successful people and wonder what they know that you don’t? According to Charles Duhigg, the key to making change and achieving what we want is to understand why habits exist, how they work, and how they can be changed. Charles is the author of the book, The Power of Habit: Why We doWhat We Do In Life and Business. He was a reporter at the New York Times writing such series as The iEconomy, which focused on Apple and won a Pulitzer prize for explanatory reporting in 2013.