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Top leaders delve into the topic of understanding people and learning good people skills. With all the different emotions and personality types that exist, it can sometimes seem overwhelming to try to figure out how to respond properly to each person and situation. The People Skills Pack gives you the tools you need in order to effectively deal with even the strongest of personalities and the toughest of situations. The knowledge presented in this pack will help you to bridge gaps and become more relatable so that you can work well with others and thereby increase productivity as well as camaraderie.
LIFE 72 - People Skills 101 by Tim Marks
LLR 459 - Conflict Resolution - Relationships for Life by Orrin Woodward
LLR 578 - Who is Your Biggest Customer by George Guzzardo
New York Times best-selling author Chris Brady demonstrates for readers the art of taking strategic, proper, restorative vacations that reinvigorate one for greater clarity of thought and increased productivity. He combines wit and wisdom to detail the adventures of his family’s month-long sabbatical and charms readers with anecdotes of alluring Italy’s people, culture, landscape, scenery, art, history, and food. Grab your copy today and be inspired to take your own “radical sabbatical”!
We might not appreciate sunshine without a good storm along the way and we would also miss out on the green grass, harvested fields and rainbows that it brings. Just like all of the cycles of life, there needs to be a balance. That’s what the FUN pack brings! Whether your idea of FUN is jumping out of airplanes or just relaxing into a good book, having fun is also an important part of allowing ourselves to rejuvenate and refresh our minds.
How to Make or Break a Friendship by Stephen Davey
LIFE 3 - Relationships by Chris Brady
LIFE 18 - Sprezzature by Chris Brady
Bill Lewis conveys some very important skills and methods for handling confrontation in a way that will lead to long-term success with friends, co-workers, and acquaintances through having the ability to address the right topic at the right time and in the right manner. If there is a problem, you have to handle it; saying nothing won’t help anything. Don’t be sacred of confrontation; just be prepared with the knowledge of how to handle it. Not all people will be receptive regardless of how you approach them, but if you use tact and understanding with each individual, you should be able to discuss anything and work through any issues.
Dr. Robert Rohm, founder and president of Personality Insights, Inc., brings listeners a powerful awareness that makes getting along with and working well with others much easier! With humor and audience participation, he really grabs the attention of the crowd as he explains the DISC model of human behavior. The DISC model identifies four major personality types (Dominant, Inspiring, Supportive, and Cautious) based on whether people are more outgoing or reserved and whether they are more task-oriented or people-oriented. Everyone has a certain degree of each personality type, but pinpointing the most prevalent traits in people can help you understand why they tend to behave in certain predictable ways and what is truly important in order for them to be happy. These insights are essential...
If you are already experiencing the blessings of marriage, this pack is guaranteed to highlight the best aspects of your relationship. But if you are struggling in your marriage and feel hopeless, this pack will move you and change your perspective so that when you look at your spouse, you will begin to see the wonderful, joyous, and deeply fulfilling gift that God has brought into your life instead of seeing your spouse and the relationship in a negative light. Look at your relationship through God’s eyes and see its true beauty. Do not give up! The talks in this pack can help you find renewed hope and inspiration to be able to truly appreciate the blessings of marriage.
AGO 12 - The Blessing of Sex Within Marriage by Pastor Tom Ascol
LIFE 13 - Love,...
But what if you could confront these tough issues with confidence? What if that proverbial glass wasn’t just “half full”, but brimming over? What if you could suddenly transform into a “hopeless optimist”?
Well, the truth is: YOU CAN!!
In his book, Attitude is Everything, author Jeff Keller has created a riveting 12 lesson approach that clearly explains how you can not only change your attitude, but totally revolutionize your life.
Within each of us, there’s a mind-boggling amount of potential just waiting to be unleashed.
Attitude is Everything is a comprehensive success manual specifically designed to provide you with the keys you need to unlock new and exciting possibilities.
Changing your attitude entails...
There’s nothing esoteric or metaphysical to it… just simple, easy-to-implement behavioral changes (aka “new habits”) that will not only make you more likeable, but also a more powerful and effective leader.
This simple book, first written in 1937, has changes millions of lives and aided many a mover and shaker from the bottom of the ladder to over the top.
Inside these time-tested pages, you’ll unlock the keys of such treasures as:
· The Big Secret of Dealing with People
· Do This & You’ll be Welcome Anywhere
· How to Make People Like You Instantly
· The Secret of Socrates
Holtz was one of the most successful major college football coaches in the last quarter of the twentieth century and beyond. He was head coach at Notre Dame, Minnesota, and South Carolina, among others schools. In this typical coachography, Holtz recounts his difficult post-WWII youth, thanks all who helped him along the way, and then settles into recounting the itinerant life of a gypsy football coach. He moved many times as an assistant, sometimes seeking a better spot as a career move, sometimes because he was part of a staff let go in a head-coaching change. He's funny, has a nice sense of timing when he relates a humorous anecdote, and doesn't seem to take himself too seriously. In fact, he emphasizes that the wins and losses don't really matter, but he hopes he'll be remembered as...
Being a leader means working with people, and that's not always an easy task! Interpersonal relationships can make or break a leader--whether in the office, the church, the committee, or elsewhere. John Maxwell teaches the art of relating well.
In this engaging and lighthearted talk, Chris Brady brings you hope and courage to help build everlasting, fruitful, positive, and flourishing relationships. Take personal responsibility and focus on YOU, not how the other person is doing or responding to situations. Change YOUR perspective without focusing on trying to change another’s view, and watch everyone around you follow suit with a warmhearted smile!
Every parent from every walk of life knows that parenting can be one of life’s greatest challenges as well as one of life’s greatest joys. Children are special, beautiful, and unique individuals, and it is the parents’ challenge to recognize the different personalities and needs of their children and guide them through life accordingly.
LIFE 6 - Home Team Affects the Whole Team by Tim and Amy Marks
LIFE 16 - Stop and Blow Bubbles - A Portrait of a Mother by Terri Brady
LIFE 19 - Developing Kids Who Love to Read by Chris and Terri Brady
LIFE 20 - Parenting Through the Gospel by Tim and Amy Marks
It has been said that one’s first thought upon waking and his last thought before falling asleep represent his most dominant thoughts. These thoughts are the invisible, yet radically powerful, motivators that compel one to pay attention. The goal of the 8Fs and the respective series is to tilt the gauge in favor of excellence. After all, the ultimate product of LIFE is: an incredible life. Do the things you never thought you could do before and start living the life you have always wanted!
AGO 5 - Dark Water by Chris Brady
LIFE 6 - The Home Team Affects the Whole Team by Tim and Amy Marks
LIFE 14 - Define Learn Do of Fitness by Mark Paul/ Don't Be a Process Person by Jenn Paul
LIFE 22 - The Farce Side of Life
LIFE 38 - Nail Your Colors to the Mast by...
"Everything in life that truly matters can be boiled down to relationships." That’s why Gary Smalley says it’s so important to learn safe, healthy relating patterns. The DNA of Relationships will help you to understand how you’re designed to be in three exciting and fulfilling types of relationships. It teaches you the main barriers to great relationships and how to construct satisfying relationships with those close to you – your spouse, best friend, your son, even co-workers and neighbors.
Florence Littauer gives you valuable insight for appreciating your one-of-a-kind, God-given personality. She includes a Personality Profile test that reveals how your unique blend of traits affects your emotions, work performance, and relationships. Through humorous anecdotes and straightforward counsel, Personality Plus guides you to improve upon your strengths and correct your weaknesses.
James C. Hunter, the author of the powerful book The Servant, has discovered the answers to those questions and wants to share them with you.
If you enjoy authors who teach instead of preach… if you need a tale that catches you up and carries you away, then this book and its main character John Daily, were made with you in mind.
With the power and impact peculiar to parables, Hunter introduces us to a character we can all relate to: a man who bears all of the marks of outward success, but who is broken and empty inside.
While the “world” is busy looking up to him, he knows deep down that he’s failing miserably – as a boss, as a husband, as a father and as a coach.
A weeklong leadership retreat set in...
In The E-Myth, Michael Gerber dispels the myths surrounding starting your own business and shows how commonplace assumptions can get in the way of running a business. Next, he walks you through the steps in the life of a business -- from entrepreneurial infancy through adolescent growing pains to the mature entrepreneurial perspective: the guiding light of all businesses that succeed -- and shows how to apply the lessons of franchising to any business, whether it is a franchise or not. Finally, Gerber draws the vital, often overlooked distinction between working on your business and working in your business.