Book More Business by Lois Creamer

Book More Business is the definitive guide on the business of speaking. In the pages of this book, you’ll find everything you need to know for jump-starting your speaking business or taking an already-successful speaking business to the next level. At the core of these lessons is the imperative to make money speaking. I’ve been in the speaking industry 20 …

Sell Yourself Without Saying a Word by Russell Trahan

Get Your Expertise in Front of Your Target Market! When your expertise—in the form of an article—is in print or online, readers can save the magazines, tear out the page, bookmark the URL, download a copy, or e-mail a link to a friend. This gives them the ability to react to your message the next week, the next month, or …

Presenting for Humans by Lisa Braithwaite

Lisa Braithwaite’s brain is wired to take everyday encounters and experiences and turn them into insights on public speaking, from wine tastings and tattoo artists to the Oscars and drag queens. All become examples or analogies designed to teach a public speaking lesson. Through short, engaging essays and reflection questions, Lisa challenges your preconceived notions about speaking and encourages you to create meaningful …

I Remember by Author Vanessa Williams-Harvey

I REMEMBER tells the story of one family’s journey as their matriarch struggles through the effects of dementia caused by Alzheimer’s. The candid, captivating book explores how the crisis pushes a once-solid family to the verge of destruction and jeopardizes everything their mother had spent a lifetime building. Every family faced with a crisis is challenged and tested in ways …

Five Wars by Fred Johnson

FIVE WARS: A Soldier’s Journey to Peace is the memoir of a 29-year Army veteran with two tours in Iraq and one each in Afghanistan and Bosnia. Johnson weaves stories over his lifetime — from basketball player growing up in southern Illinois to Army Colonel and combat leader — and finally, to husband and father who failed to see how war …

Cultivating Culture

The culture of an organization is an abstract, immaterial thing–yet culture is very real, and it’s monumentally important for that organization’s health, happiness, and success. An organization’s culture is important for employee satisfaction and other “soft” factors, but it also makes a difference on the bottom line and quarterly reports–and in ways both more specific and more significant than you …

The Business of Confidence and The Act of Confidence by Jennifer Bartlett-Phelps

The Business of Confidence is a candid look inside one photographers journey into boudoir. An often misunderstood genre of photography, boudoir is sensual portraiture that often takes place in lingerie. The sexy end product is appealing to many women, though they often feel unsure about it. The boudoir journey is an uplifting experience which everyone deserves to encounter. Follow the …

Evolution of Human Resources

Human Resources is an essential arm of any company in the 21st century–but its place, purpose, and future have never been more uncertain. In this anthology, we consider what lies ahead in the evolution of Human Resources: how it will need to grow and change to succeed, but also, what we must do as professionals, practitioners, and experts to drive …

21 Ways To Love Your Leader by John Bencsics

How would you like to create an environment where your employees think of themselves as the company? Where they understand brand and brand equity and how they can impact it? Where they are valued as an equal and respected for their thoughts and ideas? An environment that creates success? Sounds unbelievable? Once you have an environment where your people care …