By George Cappannelli
and Sedena Cappannelli

"George and Sedena Cappannelli remind us that our fear of and resistance to change, like our resistance to so many things blocks our ability to experience and express our natural inheritance. Their practical insights and experience opens the door for the reader to have a positive experience of change leading to oneness."

Dr. Gerald Jampolsky,
Author of "Love Is Letting Go of Fear"

Audio Interview

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About The Book In this complex and rapidly changing world, it is no longer a question of if we will change, but how. In Say Yes to Change, George and Sedena Cappannelli, two of the country's leading corporate consultants and executive and personal coaches, take an in -depth look at "how." They identify a number of ways to experience change as a doorway to new opportunities and increased levels of success. They detail the importance of embracing change, of learning to treat it as an ally rather than an adversary. This book will help you and your organization to:

  • Improve personal performance – at work and at home
  • Celebrate life as an adventure
  • Contribute to greater understanding with colleagues, family, and friends
  • Set clear and achievable goals
  • Improve workflow and team performance
  • Establish a deeper, truer connection with oneself
  • Treat obstacles as opportunities
  • Experience more joy and enthusiasm in your life

The book's principle message Change does not have to be overwhelming. Nor do we have to lose touch with our sense of humanity or our connection with our loved ones. Instead, change can be experienced as an opportunity to learn, grow and live a more empowered, joyful and successful life. The book also explores the fact that although change is unavoidable, our experience of change is as varied as the beliefs we hold and the behaviors we practice. In short, according to George & Sedena Cappannelli, our ability to change is dependent on our willingness to identify some of these old beliefs and alter some of the habitual behaviors that cause resistance and result in missed opportunities.