Meetings Matter: 8 Powerful Strategies for Remarkable Conversations

We don’t need fewer meetings. We do need to spend less time in them. By focusing on what matters, inviting the minimum number of participants, and leading meetings to achieve results and build relationships, your meetings can become exponentially more effective. Meetings are at the heart of both individual and group performance.

This book will revolutionize the meeting – moving it from that dreaded obligation to a vital session to move forward in business and in life. [...]

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The Being Remarkable Series

Cardinal pitcher Adam Wainwright once said, “If you’re OK with being mediocre, then you’re going to be mediocre.” It’s up to you: if you’re willing to settle for mediocre you will be mediocre, but you can also choose to be remarkable.

Paul Axtell’s small but powerful booklet draws from 30-plus years of coaching executives toward greater personal effectiveness. Within fifteen categories, Axtell shares both focal points for awareness and strategies for taking action that, over time, will make your performance exceptional. [...]

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Ten Powerful Things to Say to Your Kids

Whether you’re a parent, teacher, grandparent, counselor, or school volunteer, you will find practical, down-to-earth ideas for creating remarkable relationships with the children—or anyone—in your life. Each chapter is brimming with insights into why what you say matters, along with suggestions you can put into practice immediately to make a difference in your relationship with your kids.

This book shows, perhaps most importantly, that it’s never to late or too early to start paying attention to your relationships.

The primary conversations that surround your children are your conversations—both with them directly and with others while your children are present. And those are the conversations you have the power to change. —excerpt from Ten Powerful Things to Say to Your Kids: Creating the Relationship You Want with the Most Important People in Your Life by Paul Axtell [...]

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