Author Dr. de Goias Offers Powerful Strategy to Cope with the Unexpected

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New book shares insights into adapting to and managing change.

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we can be better equipped to deal with life as it unfolds

In a world where stress and uncertainty are at every turn, finding a way to manage change and maintain motivation is increasingly difficult. Dr. de Goias reveals a formula for personal growth and identifying problems in his new book, Understanding Change.

Understanding Change details Dr. de Goias’ strategy for preparing for and coping with the inevitable changes that take place in all facets of society and life. His approach consists of recognizing that change is natural, and the necessity of developing personal strength and self-accountability to grow with the unexpected.

Dr. de Goias encourages readers to adopt a new perspective when it comes to challenges and be stimulated – not frightened – by change. He sees change as an opportunity to learn, which is a mindset that helps connect his method across subjects relating to both personal and professional settings.

“I have always had an intense interest in human behavior and how we function in a world of change,” said Dr. de Goias. “My experience and research detailed in the book illustrates ways we can be better equipped to deal with life as it unfolds.”

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Understanding Change: A Personal and Professional Management Strategy
By: Dr. Albert de Goias
Hardcover: $31.95
Paperback: $21.95
E-Book: $3.99
ISBN: 9781475970296
Available at bookstore.iuniverse.com, amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, and chapters.indigo.ca

About the author
Albert de Goias is a physician and currently focuses on his work as a psychoanalyst/psychotherapist. He runs a private addictions management facility with his wife Andrea in Toronto, Ontario. He uses the same platform to provide lectures and seminars to business professionals on how to effectively manage people functioning under stress or with personal difficulties.

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