Books

Managing Genius

Denny Long

Denny set out to create a model for Managing Genius that captures the whole picture of what great managers do. He writes from real life experiences working with managers at all levels of the business. He boiled down their common genius to a framework with ten essential elements. This book is the one-stop resource for managing excellence.

Free the Idea Monkey

G. Michael Maddock

A business research inspirational read from G. Michial Maddock with Raphael Louis Viton as he explores the people who come up with more and more ideas. Offering a perspective from the idea man and the person who often has managed them and reigned them in, “Free the Idea Monkey” is an important read for business management and wisdom collections.

Be Great

Peter H. Thomas

You have unlimited potential. Be Great is your key to realizing that potential and living a happier and more fulfilled life than you have dreamed possible.

The Authentic Salesman

Michael McIntyre

McIntyre imparts important lessons about life and success in The Authentic Salesman. His insights, knowledge, and experiences are immensely valuable to people ranging from those new to selling to experienced professionals—and to those seeking to better understand the successful entrepreneurial mindset.

Michael McIntyre is president and CEO of Benefits America. He has generated more than $3 billion in sales, recruited and trained over 20,000 sales agents, and opened offices in more than forty states.

Take a Knee

Dr. John Tolson

In his new book, Take a Knee, Dr. John Tolson invites you into the locker room… the place where players prep… the moment where you decide if you’re in or out, how you’re going to execute the best offensive plays, and strategize your best defensive moves. In the game of life, our locker room is no different. To be the best husband, father, friend, businessman, student, athlete, or coach, we have to apply the same basic principles to find success.

In Hine’s Sight

Hope Hines

Hope Hines in his field is like Tom Brady in his field…as good as it gets. Now readers can also enjoy those great stories from someone who has been a pro’s pro. To be able to read about his life in the sports world–and all the sports figures he’s met in that world–will be an experience you will not want to miss.

Friends at the Table

Debi Shawcross

Friends at the Table shows how to take the elements of supper clubs gone by and re-create them in an evening of fine dining at home, without the expense of a restaurant. Included are ready-made grocery lists and plan ahead tips to ease the stress of entertaining, as well as full menus with a variety of themes to help execute a gorgeous meal, making the experience as enjoyable for the hostess as it is for the guest.

The Five-Minute Mom’s Club

Stephanie Vozza

The Five‑Minute Mom’s Club offers quick solutions to the tasks that cause moms stress, so she can use her time for the important things.

Instead of changing yourself to match the task, author Stephanie Vozza shows moms how to change the task to suit your style. Written as a series of tips, The Five-Minute Mom’s Club tackles household tasks by looking at each through “3D glasses”: Don’t, Delegate and Do. For each task, the book explores what would happen if moms don’t do it. The book suggests ways to delegate the task. And Stephanie offers several quick solutions to tasks where do is the best option.

Surprised by Love

Dr. Jay and Julie Kent‑Ferraro

Through the harsh realities of infidelity and destruction… to awakening, change, and restoration.

In compelling prose, readers are drawn into an intimate encounter with the harsh realities of infidelity, of how and why it occurs and led transparently through a pathway of awakening.

More than Saying I Love You

Dr. Andrea Goodman Weiner

Like most parents, we tell our children that we love them and we believe that speaking those words will translate into our children to continue loving themselves.

What would it look like to have a generation of children that practiced self-love? By being accepting and compassionate towards themselves, they can in turn be the same towards their friends, classmates, siblings, and parents. Their self-worth and high self-esteem becomes a by‑product of their self-love.

Breaking In

Evan Farmer

Breaking In is the must-have handbook for any aspiring entertainer – in any discipline – who wants to avoid the pervasive pitfalls and myths of the industry while accelerating their opportunities to become superstars.