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By Jim Koch
272 pages
Sept. 26, 2017

‘Quench Your Own Thirst: Business Lessons Learned Over a Beer or Two’

Pull up a chair and crack open a Sam Adams. It’s time to leave behind business as you know it. “Quench Your Own Thirst” covers everything from finding your own Yoda to Koch’s theory on how a piece of string can teach you the most important lesson you’ll ever learn about business. Koch also has surprising advice on sales, marketing, hiring and company culture. His anecdotes, quirky musings and bits of wisdom go far beyond brewing. A fun, engaging guide for building a career or launching a successful business, “Quench Your Own Thirst” is the key to the ultimate dream: being successful while doing what you love. So, are you quenching your own thirst — or someone else’s? ♦






By Michael K. Simpson
160 pages
Aug. 12, 2014

‘Unlocking Potential: 7 Coaching Skills That Transform Individuals, Teams and Organizations’

You’re a leader because you possess expertise in your field. You have the training and experience. You understand your business. But can you fully motivate and engage your team?

Michael K. Simpson, a senior consultant to FranklinCovey, has spent more than 25 years training executives to become effective coaches, mentoring and guiding leaders and managers to encourage and develop the talent of their people — the most important asset in any organization. In this guide, you will acquire the skills to coach your personnel from the ground up, maximizing their potential on a personal level, as members of the team, and as contributors to the organization as a whole. ♦

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