Our Books
Enriching minds and hearts
  1. Meetings Matter
    8 Powerful Strategies for Remarkable Conversations
    Paul Axtell emphasizes the importance of meetings, and he redesigns them using the vital foundation of conversation. With real-life examples and actionable advice, he shows you how to design meetings for results, lead them to achieve agendas that move projects forward, and even allow time to build the relationships that make working together in a remarkable way possible.
  2. Ten Powerful Things to Say to Your Kids
    Creating the Relationship You Want with the Most Important People in Your life
    The key to having great relationships—whether in the workplace or at home—is paying attention to your conversations. He’s taught corporate executives, university deans, school teachers, and line workers to look at their conversations in a new light. This book shines that light on family relationships and gives you powerful tools for creating remarkable relationships with your kids.
  3. Being Remarkable
    A Guide to Being Remarkable in Your Work, Your Life, and Your Relationships
    Being remarkable is a perspective that can surround everything you do—even though your actual performance will vary from area to area. Like sports or music, being remarkable in an organization is all about working hard, being coached, and practicing over and over to get better and better. It’s a matter of attitude, preparation, and work ethic.
  4. Bringing In Horses
    Poems by Suzy Conway
    The poems in this varied collection present a sensitive narrative of a poet’s reckoning with life. Her intimate observations on horses, nature, friendship, love, death, and loss span continents and time and are woven with a resonant, heart-centered awareness. This spiritual thread unites the collection, which begins with longer poems, followed by haiku and brief sketches of life in Nepal when the country was at war with itself.
  5. Artist to Artist
    Inspiration & Advice from Artists Past & Present
    Arranged to create a sort of ongoing dialogue among the 207 artists represented, the book offers a wealth of delightful, witty, wise, and inspiring words from Old Masters like Leonardo da Vinci and Vincent van Gogh and modern masters like Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol. Enhancing the book’s visual appeal are 18 art works by some of the artists quoted, paired with apt quotes ranging from solemn to irreverent.
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