What We're Reading Now
How to Listen Even When You Don’t Understand
5 June 2012
Allison read a blog post by her brother, the Reverend George Linney, about his recent Boston Marathon experience and was reminded about an important but often difficult part of being a good listener and truly helping someone feel heard.
It’s All about Relationships and Managing Expectations
29 May 2012
Allison read The Art of Client Service because a local advertising, marketing and public relations client wanted to use the book as part of a team workshop. We really like it when people give us reading assignments (our blog is called What We’re Reading Now after all) and this time was no exception. Robert Solomon’s book is a quick and easy read geared primarily to his industry, but with useful messages for professionals providing service in all walks of life.
We Can All Use a Little Creative Inspiration from Time to Time
23 March 2012
After spending a few hours on the beaches of Kiawah reading Spark: How Creativity Works by Julie Burstein, Michelle quickly realized that blissfully quiet beaches and long bike rides might be just what she needs when her creative juices stop flowing.
We’ve Got a Story for You
22 February 2012
Michelle read Redirect: The Surprising New Science of Psychological Change by Timothy D. Wilson. This self-described non-self-help book reminded her that life is all about stories, and that it might be time for many of us to start telling some new ones.
What Walter* Said: the Awareness of a Muppet
28 November 2011
As a long-time fan of Kermit and his friends, Rachel appreciated nearly everything about the recent theatrical release of The Muppets. In between the singing and dancing and having fun, these fuzzy creatures give us something to think about.
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