Yes, You Can! 1,200 Inspiring Ideas for Work, Home, and Happiness

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Yes, You Can!--The Program

When was the last time you had a professional development experience that actually involved you--a program where you not only learned but also had fun? We have created a Yes, You Can! program called Make It Happen! It is unlike any other you have ever attended.

The Yes, You Can! program is not a spectator sport. You'll do more than take notes. You'll be a part of the action from beginning to end. You'll leave with commitments for how you will turn the program's ideas into plans to benefit both you and your organization.


Here's What Past Sponsors of Their Programs Have Said:

Few people come close to your style of excellence. Your professional expertise allowed you to become a master at capturing our audiences across the country.

-- Marquetta Glass, Manager of National Retail Training, Hallmark Cards

Excellent presentation! Informative and entertaining. Kept everyone's interest from start to finish. Provided me with useful information I could take to the job immediately.

-- Thomas Henrion, President and CEO, KFC Foodservice Purchasing Cooperative

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Table of contents

  • Other Books by the Authors ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • To the Reader xiii
  • How to Use This Book xv
  • Chapter 1 - Think Positively 1
  • Chapter 2 - Act Powerfully 27
  • Chapter 3 - Communicate Effectively 75
  • Chapter 4 - Build Relationships 107
  • Chapter 5 - Motivate Others 141
  • Chapter 6 - Prosper at Work 181
  • Chapter 7 - Prosper at Home 227
  • About the Authors 265
  • Yes, You Can! - The Program 267
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