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The Dash by Linda Ellis and Mac Anderson
Friends by BJ Gallagher
First Thing Every Morning by Lewis Timberlake
Oil For Your Lamp by BJ Gallagher and Lisa Hammond
Attitude Is Everything by Vicki Hitzges
Eat That Frog! by Brian Tracy
Stress Is A Choice by David Zerfoss
The Heart Of A Teacher by Paula Fox
Own Your Dreams by John C. Maxwell
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212° The Extra Degree by Sam Parker and Mac Anderson
212° Service by Mac Anderson
The Simple Truths Of Service Inspired by Johnny The Bagger
Pulling Together by John Murphy
Finish Strong by Dan Green
Inspiration 365 by Zig Ziglar
Seven Choices for Success and Significance by Dr. Nido Quebin
The Strangest Secret by Earl Nightingale
Motivational Quotes by Mac Anderson
Change Is Good, You Go First by Mac Anderson
"Great beginnings are not as important as the way one finishes."
- Featured on the print Great Beginnings.
"At 211 degrees, water is hot. At 212 degrees, it boils. And with boiling water comes steam. And steam can power a locomotive. The one extra degree...makes all the difference."
- Featured on the print 212°, The Extra Degree.
"In the middle of every difficulty...comes opportunity."
- Featured on the print Fern.
"It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see."
- Featured on the print Imagination.
"We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give."
- Featured on the print Warm Sunbeams.
"A leader's job is to look into the future and see the organization not as it is, but as it can be."
- Featured on the print A Leader's Job.
About the Book:
The little book that’s (really) a BIG reminder to
say “thank you” to the people who make your life tremendously
With full-color art and unique messages, this
gift book contains 50 new ways to say “I love you,” “I appreciate
you” and “you amaze me.”
Give the entire book to someone you adore—or tear
out each perforated page, add a personalized note on the back and
use it 50 times over.
You’ll never wonder how to say “thank you”
Review and Praise:
“If you are looking for a creative way to make
your grandmother’s heart swell, bring a big smile to your best
friend’s face, or give a stranger a memorable and delightful
surprise, look no futher than this book.”—Kate
“I’ve been reading Alexandra’s work for several
years now and she never fails to inspire,
direct-by-example-and-invitation, and bring my communications to a
new level of glory. 50 Ways to Say You’re Awesome is no
exception. I love that its hardback, exceptionally well designed,
and FUNNY! I love the supreme effectiveness, utility and aplomb of
this book. Love, made easy & delightful. Get some. Give
“This lil’ gem of a book is absolutely adorable!
Each page has a quirky and fun graphic quote with a mad-libs style
fill-in-the-blank area to personalize your notes...and with
perforated pages you’ll be whipping out notes for everyone! I’ve
already scooped up several copies to send out as
Author: Alexandra Franzen
Pages: 112 pages
Size: 6.5" x 6.5"
Alexandra Franzen is a
writer, teacher, and creative minx based in Minneapolis (mostly).
She’s extremely proud of the fact that she quit her ”real job” in
public broadcasting to become a full-time wordsmith. She’s also
extremely proud of the fact that she can (almost) do the
Alexandra has been spotlighted on over 50 blogs
and podcasts on creativity and entrepreneurship, and in a handful
of books, including Grow Your Handmade Business, When
Talent Isn’t Enough, and The Declaration of You!
She writes about life, love, work, and ecstatic
selfexpression at AlexandraFranzen.com.
50 ways to say You're Awesome
From Mary Kay Ingram of Grand Rapids, Michigan on 4/4/2014.
I was a little disappointed in this book. the idea was great but delivery so so
50 Ways to say You're Awesome
From Anonymous of San Antonio, Texas on 3/31/2014.
The book was not as exciting as I had hoped. It had much repeat in the messages that one could fill in the blanks on. I think what bothered me more though, was the fact that I thought I was getting a great deal with the discount being offered that day plus I had a code for an additional amount off...then the shipping charges are added and that must have been equal to the price of the book. Honestly, the book is quite small and I can't believe shipping was about 7.00. Geeze...never again.
From Janie Schumaker of Kansas City, Kansas on 3/20/2014.
What a great book to give away and to use to recognize others. Love it!
A book to teach appreciation
From Carole Buxton of Valencia, California on 1/6/2014.
This is a gift for my teen age granddaughter, who is awesome...though, she doesn't always think so. The pages of this book are gentle reminders that ordinary acts can be awesome in some way to yourself or other people.
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