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Of course you would. There are plenty of things you would change right now, if you were given a magic wand.
After all, the world is desperately in need of improvement. So much so that sometimes we lie awake at night, turning over for hours on end as we worry about it…
During the day, we huff and curse at the many smaller things that seem wrong…
And in sunnier moments we allow ourselves to dream, conjuring parallel worlds that seem entirely delightful.
Many people don’t believe changing the world is even possible.
It really is!
Do you want to know how to:
- identify the specific things that you most want to change?
- devise a strategy that’s both realistic and exciting?
- create specific, achievable steps to put the strategy into effect?
- handle the obstacles that will get in your way – many of them in your own head?
- find potential allies?
- communicate with them, using the techniques of a sales pro, the passion of a campaigner, your own good humour and absolute integrity?
If the answer is yes…
I can show you, in 90 minutes, how to take your complaint and turn it into a movement for change.
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How To Change The World has been published in 14 languages worldwide, and was shortlisted for the Transmission Prize.
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“Flintoff hews to the fine line between starry-eyed idealism and pragmatic, here’s-the-five-steps-to-take detailing” – Kirkus Review
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