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You need to get comfortable being uncomfortable, because that's where we grow
NASHUA, NH, January 16, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Dennis Volpe launched his new book "Transition On Purpose: Self-Reflect, Explore and Re-Engage Life". It Became a Best Seller.
In this short read, you will learn to Transition on Purpose in your life. Rather than stumbling through the inevitable changes in our life, Dennis shows us what he has learned from his own life as well as in his military career about purposeful transitioning. You will discover it is not only in your successes, but often in your failures that you learn the most in life. Taking from Dennis' own success and failures you will learn a framework to develop the mindset necessary for more effective transitions in your life as we all learn to Transition On Purpose.
In a recent interview on Thriving Entrepreneur Radio, Dennis said, "You need to get comfortable being uncomfortable, because that's where we grow. That's where we actually become more resilient. […] You don't have to do life by yourself. That's a choice that you make. If you choose to connect deeper—and you choose to be supportive, and you choose to be positive—you're actually going to get paid dividends on the other side. Life is about the choices that we make."
Steve Kidd, the host said, "There's so many great teachings in this book. It's a short read, it's really easy to get through, but so much is packed in it!"
Get your copy: https://amzn.to/2IG1GPo
Dennis Volpe is an International Coaching Federation (ICF) Professional Certified Coach (PCC) with the Leadership Research Institute specializing in Performance, Personal Leadership and Transition Coaching. Dennis achieved his coaching certification through the Columbia University Executive Coaching Program and is also a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach.
Dennis' understanding of personal leadership comes from his over twenty years of experience as a career Naval Officer to include Command at Sea and a variety of intellectual pursuits. He challenges and empowers leaders to embrace reality, define what they want, and equips them with the insight, perspective, and accountability necessary to thrive in new and challenging environments.
Dennis enjoys the outdoors, is a passionate Rugby and Lacrosse fan, and is an avid triathlete. Dennis and his wife, Amanda, live in New Hampshire with their dog, Nimitz.
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