Today, I’m chatting with my guest Adam Markel about dealing with change.
Adam Markel is a best-selling author, CEO, attorney, international speaker, entrepreneur, transformational trainer, program designer, and business leader who inspires, empowers and guides people to achieve massive and lasting personal and professional growth. A recognized expert in the integration of business and personal development, Adam has led programs for more than 100,000 people around the globe in the areas of business and entrepreneurship, finances, health, spirituality, and relationships. His latest book is the best-selling PIVOT: The Art and Science of Reinventing Your Career and Life. Adam shares how Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff about Money helped him build resilience and presence as he did his own pivot to change careers and live a life he now loves. And that’s what we’d all like to be doing, isn’t it?
We all yearn to use change to our advantage.
More often than not, we view change as a scary, tough thing. Even when we make a change by choice, it comes with its fair share of anxiety and stress. Through this great conversation, I’ve discovered universal truths about how we can use those nagging feelings that something isn’t right to drive purposeful, meaningful life change.
Will you listen to the podcast with me and explore the great things that can happen when you take a leap of faith?