Being Remarkable

The Being Remarkable Booklet is a small but power-packed collection of action items gleaned from 30+ years of coaching people to greater effectiveness. The series is designed for both personal development and corporate training.

Meetings Matter

This award-winning book will revolutionize your meetings—moving them from dreaded obligations to the most powerful way to get things done in your organization—with wide-ranging suggestions for being more effective everywhere in life.

10 Powerful Things to Say to Your Kids

Every parent wishes that newborns came with an instruction manual. This award-winning book guides parents through one aspect of raising their kids: creating wonderful, lasting relationships through power of conversation—at any age.

Q&A with Kevin Kruse, founder of LEADx

Kevin Kruse believes that wholehearted leadership for employee engagement is the key to unlocking dramatic business results and better relationships for individuals.

Q&A with Paul Downs, Author of Boss Life (Part II)

Paul Downs started making custom furniture in 1986, shortly after graduating from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in engineering. Downs has only one line on his résumé, but he has a wide variety of skills gained in twenty-five years of running his business.

Q&A with Paul Downs, author of Boss Life (Part I)

Paul Downs started making custom furniture in 1986, shortly after graduating from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in engineering. Downs has only one line on his résumé, but he has a wide variety of skills gained in twenty-five years of running his...

What is your game within the game?

“Game within the game” is an expression that comes from sports. Athletes are committed to improving as they play. This is different from practice. This is about choosing to focus on one aspect of their performance as they play their games. You have probably seen the...

Q&A with Jennifer Lehr, Author of ParentSpeak: Part II

Last week I introduced Jennifer Lehr, whose new book, ParentSpeak: What's Wrong with How We Talk to Our Children —  And What to Say Instead, is both readable – you can pick it up and easily jump in anywhere – and its insights about how we speak to our children are...

Q&A with Jennifer Lehr, Author of ParentSpeak: Part I

I love Jennifer Lehr’s new book, ParentSpeak: What's Wrong with How We Talk to Our Children —  And What to Say Instead, for many reasons, but the two that stand out are: it’s readable – you can pick it up and easily jump in anywhere – and the insights about how we...

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