Change - A Constant Challenge

Author(s): John Maclean; Juliet Rogers

Modern Thought

I've had a lot of change in my life since the accident that led to my paraplegia over 30 years ago. And although I wasn't completely aware of it at the time, I can now look back to where it all began and see that I've developed a methodology for managing change that has helped me conquer the challenges I've been drawn to throughout my life. I believe that in this time of fear and disruption, when so many of us are facing an uncertain and turbulent future, my methodology could help you to embrace the new. Many of us have internal conversations, discussions with ourselves, constantly throughout each day. These conversations can sometimes be counterproductive and limit our ability to move forward. I hope the insights I've gathered in this book will help readers commit to changing the conversation and embracing a more supportive internal dialogue. John Maclean is a motivational speaker and personal development coach. Hit from behind by a truck while riding his bike at the age of 22, he woke from a coma as a paraplegic destined for life in a wheelchair. But this may have been the making of John, as he went on to become the first wheelchair athlete to complete the Hawaii Ironman World Championship triathlon, swim the English Channel, and represent his country at Olympic and Paralympic games. John has competed in over 20 of the world's most challenging sporting events in his 25 years as a wheelchair athlete, then, in an extraordinary turn of events, John took his first steps towards achieving his dream to walk again in 2013. John's life story is one of constant change, and while he shares his challenges and how he overcame them with audiences and individuals around the world, he continues to set new personal goals and further improve his mobility. John is the founder of The John Maclean Foundation, which assists children in wheelchairs and their families, and lives in Sydney, with his wife Amanda, and son Jack.Connect with John


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  • : 9781760859374
  • : Simon & Schuster Australia
  • : Simon & Schuster Australia
  • : September 2020
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  • : Paperback
  • : 64