Discover eight powerful mindset shifts that enable leaders and seekers of all ages to thrive in a time of unprecedented change and uncertainty.

Being adaptable and flexible have always been hallmarks of effective leadership and a fulfilling life. But in a world of so much—and faster-paced—change, and an ever-faster pace of change, flexibility and resilience can be stretched to their breaking points. The quest becomes how to find calm and lasting meaning in the midst of enduring chaos.

A world in flux calls for a new mindset, one that treats constant change and uncertainty as a feature, not a bug. Flux helps readers open this mindset—a flux mindset—and develop eight “flux superpowers” that flip conventional ideas about leadership, success, and well-being on their heads. They empower people to see change in new ways, craft new responses, and ultimately reshape their relationship to change from the inside out. April Rinne defines these eight flux superpowers:

• Run slower.
• See what's invisible.
• Get lost.
• Start with trust.
• Know your “enough.”
• Create your portfolio career.
• Be all the more human (and serve other humans).
• Let go of the future.

Whether readers are sizing up their career, reassessing their values, designing a product, building an organization, trying to inspire their colleagues, or simply showing up more fully in the world, enjoying a flux mindset and activating their flux superpowers will keep readers grounded even when the ground is too often shifting beneath them.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Title Page
  3. Copyright Page
  4. Dedication
  5. Contents
  6. Preface
  7. Introduction: Who Moved My Future?
  8. Chapter 1: Run Slower
  9. Chapter 2: See What’s Invisible
  10. Chapter 3: Get Lost
  11. Chapter 4: Start with Trust
  12. Chapter 5: Know Your “Enough”
  13. Chapter 6: Create Your Portfolio Career
  14. Chapter 7: Be All the More Human (and Serve Other Humans)
  15. Chapter 8: Let Go of the Future
  16. Conclusion: Fluxing Forward
  17. Discussion Guide
  18. Notes
  19. Acknowledgments
  20. Index
  21. About the Author