Taming The Dragons Of Change By Dick Stieglitz Ph.d Released By Publishamerica

Divided into bite-size nuggets of pure informational/inspirational/enlightening and entertaining morsels, Taming The Dragons Of Change is Chicken Soup For The Soul improved.

New York, NY (January 31, 2007)—Taming The Dragons Of Change by Dick Stieglitz was released today by PublishAmerica. Stieglitz, who earned his PhD in Nuclear Engineering at Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, served 10 years in the United States Navy refueling nuclear submarines during the height of the Cold War. 

His life experiences, coupled with his family experiences, as well as his business experiences since leaving the Navy, as Director of Defense Programs for McDonnell Douglas, and starting his own management consulting company, RGS Associates, that landed major contracts to help the U.S. Government change how it does business, has given him a unique perspective when it comes to what most mortals fear most…change. Yet the idea to write the book came from a series of essays he wrote for his grandson whose mother then expressed such admiration for her father’s insights, she implored him to take them public.

Divided into bite-size nuggets of pure informational/inspirational/enlightening and entertaining morsels, Taming The Dragons Of Change is Chicken Soup For The Soul improved. One can open to any page and read any one gem to ponder and explore life’s curve balls. Yet it is how one hits those curve balls, how one responds to life’s iniquities, that are important. The seeds of change needn’t be hard to plant. And if one can embrace change, one can fully accept and realize the crossroads where potential, happiness and personal satisfaction meet. 

Dick Stieglitz, in creating the concept of Integrated Change Management (ICM) for Federal agencies, helped his clients explore “the emotional side of change.” He has since sold RGS to embark upon writing, family time, lecturing and sharing his concepts of self-improvement. 

He’s helped himself, his children, his grandchildren, his clients, and his beloved longtime wife Mary Ellen. Now, Dick Stieglitz can help you.

TAMING THE DRAGONS OF CHANGE

BY DICK STIEGLITZ Ph.d