Press Release: May 26, 2020
CUPERTINO, CA — May 27, 2020 — People in the new world of work often find themselves lost in a world that changes fast and requires constant learning and change. But you do not need to be a victim of this change. Instead you can develop key mindsets and behaviours (let’s call them human superpowers) that can help you thrive instead of survive the challenges.
The AHAmessages™ in, “Knowing Your Superpowers Is the Key to Your Success in a Changing World,” uncover the human skills needed by every individual, team, and organisation to thrive in the new world of work. Marianne Roux researched the psychological and behavioural methods and tools used in mindset, behavioural and brain theory and practice over the last 25 years and narrowed them down to six essentials.
Hardcover, paperback, and Kindle versions of this book are available on Amazon. You can download the Kindle version of this book for FREE until May 31! Grab your copy now: http://getbook.at/KnowingYourSuperpowers.
“Marianne Roux did a phenomenal job in this book. Her book is a must-have for people who want to succeed in a changing world. She talks about six beautiful superpowers that people have and should work on to bring out even more which can help them succeed,” says Mitchell Levy (https://aha.pub/MitchellLevy), Global Credibility Expert.
Here are five notable AHAmessages that you can share with others:
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