By Allyson Vanek Format: Hardcover Pages: 112 Dimensions: 170 mm x 170 mm Fastest delivery time: 1 to 2 days “Shows everyone that each of us CAN make a difference in this world, no matter our age.” – Anna Logan It is said that the true purpose of life is the joy of helping others, but there is often a perception that the next generation is not as committed to changing the world as their parents were. However, in Why Not Me?, 15-year-old author Allyson Vanek shows that selflessly giving is a joy that knows no age limitations. From Philadelphia to Pakiston, Allyson shares amazing stories of young people who are making a difference in their communities…and in the world. Why Not Me? changes the stereotypical vision of teenagers from being “selfish” to “being selfless.” Though this inspirational book, Allyson challenges everyone, but especially young people, to ask “Why Not Me?” when it comes to having an impact on the lives of others. This book will make you feel great about our next generation.
By Mac Anderson Format: Hardcover Pages: 126 Dimensions: 170 mm x 170 mm Fastest delivery time: 1 to 2 days You Can’t Send a Duck to Eagle School is a must-have guide for every leader! This book will help you hire better people, become a better leader, get more done is less time, and ignite your team to perform to their highest potential. Mac Anderson’s storytelling writing style will teach you essential leadership skills in a memorable and entertaining format. You Can’t Send a Duck to Eagle School has twenty-nine chapters, and this is just a sampling: Change Is Good…You Go First Burn Brightly without Burning Out The Road to Success Is Not Always a Road Attitude Isn’t Everything, but It’s Pretty Darn Close You Only Get One Chance to Make a Good First Impression If You Chase Two Rabbits, Both Will Escape Leadership Would Be Easy If It Wasn’t for People Forget Real Good…Remember Feel Good “My goal with this little book is to share some of my ‘lessons learned’ in a brief but engaging way. Because so many times, it’s not what is said but how it is said that turns the switch from off to on.” ~ Mac Anderson, founder of Simple Truths