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Books

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Secrets of Happy Couples: Loving Yourself, Your Partner, and Your Life by Kim Olver

 

In this book, Kim Olver surveyed 100 couples who have been together at least 10 years and are both happy and satisfied with their relationship. It wasn’t surprising to learn how they employ Dr. Glasser’s Caring Habits in their relationship and have discovered the secret of appreciating their partner instead of trying to change him or her.

This book examines the Relationship Cycle from the Alone Stage to the Getting Together Stage to the Compatibility Stage and finally the Maintenance Stage. And since it is a cycle, at least half of us will return to the Alone Stage either by death, divorce or decision so Secrets of Happy Couples also teaches how to navigate the grief of a lost relationship.

If you would like to learn from couples who already know how to create the relationship of your dreams, then this book is for you.

www.SecretsofHappyCouples.com

 

Leveraging Diversity at Work: How to Hire, Retain and Inspire a Diverse Workforce for Peak Performance and Profit by Kim Olver & Sylvester Baugh

A diverse workforce is one of your greatest assets, yet precious few companies have learned to leverage its power. Beyond recruitment and hiring, many businesses fall short when it comes to retention and motivation of the diverse workforce they worked so hard to employ. For minority employees, the missing piece is often a strong sense of self and an appreciation for who they are and what they offer.

Leveraging Diversity at Work goes beyond calling for diversity to give business leaders the knowledge and tools they need to profit from our differences. Minority workers will also find real-world inspiration for contributing to their company’s vision, mission and success.

www.LeveragingDiversityatWork.com

101 Ponderables to Initiate Conversation Above & Beyond

– Volume 2 by Marus “Dr. Respect” Gentry

Designed to provide conversation-starting thoughts that will allow for the possibility of intellectual engagement above and beyond the typical encounter. Suggestions for possible use could include, but not be limited to, business meetings, cocktail parties, around the water cooler, at the dinner table, on your first date, and family gatherings. These ponderables are guaranteed to generate conversation either with you or about you. Whether they make you laugh or give serious consideration, they are indeed something to ponder.

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