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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
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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.
4 Color - Hardcover - 110
pages - by Tom Feltenstein and Mac Anderson
DVD run time: 3m:23s
Deciding to make changes is the easy part. Getting your people
on board is much more difficult! We manage change or it manages us.
More importantly, without change...your competition and your goals
will pass you by.
This is not your typical business book on implementing
change.The stories and illustrations will inspire you and your team
to stop conducting business as usual!
This creative book will help you inspire your team to embrace
change and realize change can be good!
Memorable stories are used to illustrate and reinforce key
points. And this book is filled with 21 stories, to inspire change
and each chapter is accented with terrific illustrations to drive
the point home.
began his career with McDonald’s, rising up to become a
senior-level executive under the tutelage of Ray Kroc – McDonald’s
legendary founder. As founder of the Neighborhood Marketing
Institute, and CEO of Power Marketing Academy, Tom has consulted
with more than 500 businesses, yet he’s the best kept secret -
outside of the corporate arena. His savvy, thoughtful leadership
style earned him “The Visionary Award,” a most prestigious honor
presented by the Council of International Restaurant Brokers.
A sought-after speaker, well-known coach, trainer, and
strategist, Tom’s also a widely published author. He has written 12
books, including Uncommon Wisdom: Live a Joyful Life with
Financial Success (2003), The 10-Minute Marketer’s Secret
Formula (2005); and 401 Killer Marketing Tactics To
Increase Sales, Maximize Profits, and Stomp Your Competition
For more information please visit www.tomfeltenstein.com or call
is the founder of Simple Truths and Successories. Mac has authored
or co-authored eighteen books on a variety of motivational and
inspirational topics. Mac's books have sold over four million
Change is Good, You Go First
From Carl Mattes of Palatine, Illinois on 3/15/2013.
Best "Book for Business" in your catalogue! I use it as a tool to assist startup entreprenuers in creating their business.
Change is good..........
From Anonymous of Kellogg, Idaho on 2/8/2013.
Nice, short inspirational book meant to be read a few pages at a time to allow absorbtion.
Change is Good....You Go First
From Anonymous of Warrior, Alabama on 1/21/2013.
I am a school administrator and we deal with change constantly. This quick read gave me some great tips for dealing with people as we try to make needed changes. The DVD was very inspirational.
From Marlin of Greenville, South Carolina on 11/16/2012.
I enjoyed the book enough to read twice and keep at the office for periodic refreshers. It is an excellent leadership tool.
Change is Good, You Go First!
From Anonymous of Jamestown, New York on 6/22/2012.
Good refresher of concepts important to succeed in making change happen.
Change is Good..you go first.
From Judy of Grass Valley, California on 4/2/2012.
Full of short motivational stories and simple phrases to use as reminders of who should always go first, when change is in order.
Change is Good
From Peter Walts of Ambler, Pennsylvania on 11/10/2011.
Highly recommend! This book is a must read for any leader who is thinking about change! I can’t recommend it enough.
Easy read- common sense advice
From Kate NJ at KMG of Boonton, New Jersey on 9/29/2011.
I did a change management training piece for a local client. I gave this book as a "souvenir" of the training and it was well received. I like to think of training as a knowledge journey and I always bring back a souvenir from my travels as a reminder of where I have been.
Great Tool for Change
From Linda of Sanford, Florida on 3/23/2011.
Wonderful tool or resource for handling upcoming changes.
change is good... you go first
From Anonymous of orlando, Florida on 3/3/2011.
it is a fabulous book
change is good... you go first
From jbs of sabina, Ohio on 3/3/2011.
Truly an insprational book to lead your team with confidence in change and how to embrace it together...
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