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'Relearn, Evolve, and Adapt': Interdisciplinary Model for Thought Involves Psychology, Business, System Dynamics

LEAWOOD, Kan., May 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Why are some people able to adjust to a continually changing environment while others find themselves paralyzed and frustrated by change? As the advancement and proliferation of technology in our world continues to create vast changes, the ability to adjust to this complexity and variability has become imperative.

"Relearn, Evolve, and Adapt" (published by iUniverse) presents a model for human thought and behavior that allows readers to examine the effectiveness of their current behavior patterns and identify new modes of thought and behavior that will be more successful within their changing environments. Author Dr. Francois Sauer suggests a way of integrating socially conditioned beliefs and conventions with our capacity for behavior based on creativity, imagination and systemic thinking. "Relearn, Evolve, and Adapt" enables readers to understand and then fulfill their personal and professional goals and desires more effectively; to recognize their perceptions of their environments as unique, fluid and subject to change; teaches readers that each individual is an intrinsic part of his or her environment and has a co-creative relationship with others in the environment; and encourages readers to think systemically rather than linearly. This three-part book studies human behavior and mental models to illustrate how to achieve joy, peace and harmony in our lives and reduce despair and frustration. Educators, business people, creative and resourceful people and those who seek inspiration on how to adapt and improve their relationships will learn much from Dr. Sauer's book.

About the Author

Dr. Francois Werner Sauer has degrees in medicine, business and systems analysis and has been an adviser and consultant to numerous organizations and businesses, including the Mexican Social Services Institute, the National Bank of Mexico, Banamex, and AT&T, and currently is CEO of Trans Am Group in Kansas City, Mo. He is widely published in the field of public health, and served as an initial developer of the Supercourse Global Health Net, one of the largest preventative health education networks in the world and one of the top health Web sites.

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