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    Mikela Tarlow(Author),Philip Tarlow(Author)

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Are you overwhelmed by a world moving at a rapid pace? Afraid and uncertain, as the New Millennium approaches, of what the future will bring? Navigating the Future can help. Based on the authors' internationally acclaimed seminars, it gives you a psychological roadmap of the future and nine navigational tools you must have to master the psychological, emotional and spiritual challenges we are all facing. Mind-opening exercises enable you to form new patterns of behavior and "reshape your psyche" as you gain the new self you need to take charge of your future -- in a new world.

Based on their internationally successful seminars and consulting work, Mikela and Philip Tarlow offer a groundbreaking program for finding new ways of coping in a world of accelerated change. "Navigating the Future awakens our passion for a greater future. I recommend it!"--Marianne Williamson Best-selling Author of a Return to Love. Navigating the Future offers practical tools you can use to begin managing your future more effectively."-- John Gray. Best-selling Author of Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus. Based on their internationally successful seminars and consulting work, Mikela and Philip Tarlow offer a groundbreaking program for finding new ways of coping in a world of accelerated change. "Navigating the Future awakens our passion for a greater future. I recommend it!"--Marianne Williamson Best-selling Author of a Return to Love. Navigating the Future offers practical tools you can use to begin managing your future more effectively."-- John Gray. Best-selling Author of Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus.

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  • By A customer on November 6, 1998

    It is incredibly rare for me to find a book which so perfectly addresses the challenges of thriving in today's fast-paced culture. The one constant we all share is change, and the pace is faster than ever. This accelerated tempo challenges our abilities to cope with the increasingly complex course of modern life.Not only do the Tarlows provide background to help explain our perceptual predicaments, but they have provided a toolbox of well-crafted skills & perspectives we all must have to transcend these problems. But the Tarlows provide much more than that in the process. They infuse optimism for the future -- ne, a PASSION for building our own individual and collective futures.My company, Lifescope, offers hundreds of books & tapes to help people improve their lives -- but Navigating the Future teaches ways to better use all those other books, in this unique period of human evolution. You may believe as I do, that our world's technological advances have exceeded our psychological maturity. Metaphorically, we have put chainsaws in the hands of babes. It is vital to our survival that we gain skills for catching up. This book provides a construct for learning those skills. I urge you, for all our sakes, to buy and read this book!

  • By A customer on April 12, 1999

    I agree with Lee, this book is definitely a must read for anyone looking to the future and asking "what do I do now?" I like the way that the Tarlows have presented a variety of examples so that depending on how an individual learns (visual, metaphor, example, excercises), they will be able to "get it". I have been teaching in IT (Info Tech) for years and often had to bridge the gap between techies and non-techies. The Tarlows have made a great effort to reach a diverse group of readers who have different backgrounds yet all have the single desire to learn how to look differently at the world around us. Bravo!Creativity and intuition is not easy to teach or encourage, they did a great job. For hard core techies... this is not a manual, you need to look inward, creatively and openly. Some of the material was not new to me either, but I'm enthusiastic to look differently at old problems. Overall I think there are many of us who will greatly benefit from this workbook.

  • By A customer on December 31, 1998

    Maybe I just not with it. But as a participant in the computer industry for 30 years I've had to rethink, relearn, every couple of years or so. This book just seems to be a rehash and thorough mix of cliches: speed of change, chaos theory, mind/body etc.Where is the precision of thinking? Where is the clarity of concept? Where is the skillful use of language to communicate?Take this example (bolded by the authors, presumably for importance and impact): "If we took someone from the middle ages and magically transported them to our time...the chemistry of modern culture would probably blow their nervous systems."There's some good stuff in there, but well hidden by nonsense such as the above.


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