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Get to the Point! Sharpen Your Ideas and Make Your Words Matter
In Joel's Schwartzberg's ten-plus years as a strategic communications trainer, the biggest obstacle he's come across—one that connects directly to nervousness, stammering, rambling, and epic fail—is that most speakers and writers don't have a point. They typically have just a title, a theme, a topic, an idea, an assertion, a catchphrase, or even something much less. This book shows you how to identify your point, leverage it, stick to it, and sell it, and train others to turn their biggest fear into their greatest strength, and be the best champions of their greatest ideas.
Small Things Considered:
Moments from Manliness to Manilow
The second collection of personal essays from award-winning and nationally-published author and essayist Joel Schwartzberg examines a variety of tiny obsessions and observations about modern life through the comic perspective of a remarried dad and pop culture junkie. Thirty-six hysterical, heroic, and haunting short pieces sum up a half-lifetime’s worth of experiences that range from relatable and reassuring to funny and fervent, and one extolling a certain 70's pop icon that really depends on how you feel about the guy.
The 40-Year-Old Version:
Humoirs of a Divorced Dad
A unique and award-winning collection of funny and personal essays that examine how divorce reinvents relationships with kids and one's own sense of fatherhood.
The 40 short "humoirs"—heroic, hysterical, and heartbreaking reflections on being a divorced dad—make a meaningful read for any parent, particularly the millions who've gone through divorce with their senses of humor intact.