Triggers (Marshall Goldsmith)

Triggers by Marshall Goldsmith - visual synopsis by Dani Saveker

Triggers by Marshall Goldsmith – visual synopsis by Dani Saveker

Triggers was first published in March 2016 and sets out to explore behavioural change – in business and life. The intent of Triggers is to help the reader understand the barriers to change and how we encounter triggers (things that impact behaviour) in various ways; we have direct and indirect triggers, internal and external, conscious and unconscious, anticipated and unexpected – and with all of them, choices.

By raising self awareness you can start to recognise your own BELIEFS and how you relate to others. This is turn results in behaviours causing further triggers.

By developing structures we can flip into much more positive way of behaving to ourselves and others. There are many examples and strategies to try including switching to ACTIVE questions, asking for help, apologising – which Marshall refers beautifully to as Magic Moves.

A really lovely and valuable book for anyone in any circumstances.

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