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Unsinkable Spirit: One Man's Journey that Changed the Lives of Thousands of Children

by Fred Engh, 112 pages, ISBN 9781882658275, paperback, Retail $15.95

For anyone who ever played any sport... Unsinkable Spirit is a must read for parents, coaches, and children of all ages. This book is the amazing story of how efforts of one man changed youth sports forever. A popular motivational speaker, Engh chronicles his journey for the American Dream.

Overcoming life obstacles that would have smothered the spirit of others, Fred Engh has become the nation's principal leader, and it's most respected advocate, for making sports safe and fun for children. His rise from Depression-era poverty on the shores of Eastern Maryland to creating a nonprofit organization, The National Alliance For Youth Sports (NAYS)-a nonprofit organization that works to provide safe sports for America's youth, has impacted young lives through the power of sports worldwide for more than 30 years.

A gifted speaker with an amazing story to share, Fred Engh has appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN and ESPN, and is the author of Why Johnny Hates Sports: Why Organized Youth Sports Are Failing Our Children.

Engaging, entertaining and impossible to put down, Unthinkable Spirit will take readers on an unforgettable, life-changing journey.
-- Greg Bach, Author, Coaching Youth Sports for Dummies
Unsinkable Spirit
On Conflict

On Conflict: Why People Fight

by David Ritchey

ISBN 9781882658138, 5.5 x 8.5, 160 pages Retail $16.95

The existence of conflict is an ongoing part of the human condition. Different people have different wants and needs, and as a result, they frequently find themselves at odds with one another. Instances of conflict can be resolved peacefully, often with constructive results, or they can escalate into aggression and violence, usually with destructive outcomes.

Conflict can manifest differently for different people, often depending on their age and stage in life. In the chapters of this book, the author discusses the types of conflict that are most likely to occur in various age groups: the early years, adolescence, young adulthood, middle age, and the later years. The final chapter is devoted to examining the ways in which things are now getting better with respect to conflict and violence.

About the Author

David Ritchey's vocations have included: naval officer, businessman, fine art photographer, psychotherapist, researcher, and writer. His avo- cations have included: scuba diving, sailing, skiing, tennis, golf, garden- ing, woodworking, dogs, magic, bridge, and SCRABBLE(TM).

After being educated in economics at Yale University, he served for five years as an officer in the U.S. Navy, including a year in Vietnam. Back in civilian life, he initially became a businessman, but shortly thereafter followed his true inclinations and became a fine art photographer.

While immersed in the art world, he became fascinated by the psychology/neurology of creativity, and returned to school to train as a psychotherapist. During his 15 years of clinical practice, specializing in hypnotherapy, he became especially interested in the psychodynamics of those clients who reported having had transpersonal ("metaphysical") experiences, and undertook a twelve-year project of researching and writing about such people, who he speaks of as "Anomalously Sensitive Persons."

Later, he became his daughter's business manager at her art gallery on Cape Cod, and spent a few years involved simultaneously in the worlds of both business and art.

Now "retired," he spends his time writing about a wide range of subjects that are of special interest to him. Information about his books can be found at davidritchey-author.com.

He currently lives in Bucks County, Pennsylvania with his golden retriever, Katherine. He has two grown children, Harper and Mac, and a grandson, Brendan.

Our Best Tomorrow: Students Teaching Capitalism to America

by Lauren Hudson and Robert D. Hudson, ISBN 9780938467922, 6 x 9. 208 pages, Retail $16.95

Winner--Best Business/Technology Book Great Southeast Book Festival
Los Angeles Book Festival Honorable Mention
Lauren Hudson steps out of the classroom to give us no-nonsense lesson on making it in America by following the lives of three friends and their climb to success. Her father, Robert Hudson, adds lessons and tips from our history with a clear eye on building the American Dream. Starting young will increase our children's ability to achieve financial independence through education, hard work, and perseverance-lessons and values we know, but sometimes get lost in our ever increasing political environment.

How successful can our youth be in America? If we create the best business climate in the world, there is no limit. Can Isabella, a once poor, unpopular girl, with no friends, someday become a business owner, a Governor, or even President of the United States? In America, anything is possible.

Students who read Our Best Tomorrow will cast aside notions of false utopias to embrace the principles of hard work that made America great. Our Best Tomorrow sets the record straight, through the captivating stories of three childhood friends. Isabella, Jake and Adelaide experience success, setbacks, heartache, and joy as they make their way in the world, striving for American exceptionalism.

Our Best Tomorrow is the student follow-up book to Robert D. Hudson's A Better Tomorrow - Fighting for Capitalism and Jobs in the Heartland. A Better Tomorrow became an Amazon #1 Hot New Release and Bestseller. It received the Silver Medal in the National E-Lit Awards and the New York Book Festival recognized it as one of the nation's best business books in 2013.

Rob's daughter, Lauren Hudson, a gifted 13-year-old writer, co-authored Our Best Tomorrow. Capitalism is about success and freedom. Accordingly, the authors have studiously avoided party politics and political labels. Our Best Tomorrow presents an optimistic, unabashedly pro-business, opportunity-based message tailored for America's youth.

What People Say
In "Our Best Tomorrow," Rob and Lauren teach principles which, at times, have been overlooked in public school curricula. The book reminds our youth that in America, with hard work, education, and freedom we can achieve anything. It encourages critical thought about our businesses and government, contributing to a student's solid foundation for life. -Chris McDaniel, Kentucky Senator, President and Owner, McD Concrete

About The Authors

Robert D. Hudson
Rob is an attorney and owner of the law firm Frost Brown Todd, LLC, representing businesses in the firm's labor and employment law practice group. Rob has been immersed in his region's economic development for over two decades. He helped lead Northern Kentucky's two largest business organizations, as Chair of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the Covington Business Council. He served as President of the Northern Kentucky Society for Human Resources Management, President for Be-Concerned, Inc., President of the University of Kentucky Alumni Association in Greater Cincinnati, and as a Board Member for the Tri-County Economic Development Corporation.

Rob authored A Better Tomorrow - Fighting for Capitalism and Jobs in the Heartland, which chronicled President Obama's first term in office from the perspective of a common sense business leader. The book became an Amazon #1 Hot New Release for Political Economy Books and an Amazon Bestseller. A Better Tomorrow received the Silver Medal at the 2013 National E-Lit Book Awards. The New York Book Festival selected it as one of 2013's top business books. Rob has also authored hundreds of pro-business columns for various publications.

A frequent lecturer and trainer on business, legal and leadership topics, Rob has been recognized as a Best Lawyer in America, Kentucky Super Lawyer, Cincy Leading Lawyer, and by Chambers and Partners as the "go to employment lawyer in Northern Kentucky." He has been inducted into the Taking Care of Business Hall of Fame and is a past recipient of the Area Development District's Outstanding Community Leadership Award. Rob served as a regular co-host for the television show "Leading Businesses, Leading Communities." He recently received the Northern Kentucky Frontiersman Award for lifetime achievement in serving businesses.

Rob met his wife-to-be, then Melissa Martin, at the University of Kentucky in 1980. After receiving a B.S. in Accounting with High Distinction, Rob graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Law and moved to Greater Cincinnati. Rob and Melissa reside in Villa Hills, Kentucky with their two children, Robbie (age 17) and, of course, Lauren (age 13). Rob and Robbie coached youth athletics at Lakeside Christian Church for many years, where they taught Kentucky's two gospels simultaneously - faith and basketball.

Lauren E. Hudson
Lauren, a student at Turkeyfoot Middle School in Northern Kentucky, wrote the fiction portions of this book over her 2013 summer break. Lauren is a Duke Scholar and has received a wide range of awards for academic achievement. Lauren has been recognized for her writing talent, having been selected from the Northern Kentucky region to compete in state writing contests. She also serves on the Turkeyfoot Student Council.

A gifted presenter and actor, Lauren has received statewide recognition in Forensics speech and drama competitions, with starring roles in her school's last several drama productions. Lauren plays the piano and was a member of the Kentucky State Honor Choir, performing in the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts.

In 2011, Lauren presented a business speech to the Northern Kentucky Chamber, receiving a standing ovation. The Community Recorder and nky.com have featured Lauren repeatedly in stories about her leadership and versatility in academic and extracurricular activities.

Lauren is also a talented scholar athlete. From the guard position, she led Turkeyfoot Middle School in scoring on the basketball court over the last two seasons. Lauren plays Elite Soccer for Kings-Hammer in Greater Cincinnati. Most recently, she started center-mid for Dixie High School Junior Varsity squad, leading the team in scoring as an 8th grader.
Restoring Our American Dream
Getting the Veterans Benefits You Deserve

Getting the Veterans Benefits You Deserve: Don't Take NO for An Answer

by Jan Dils

ISBN 9780938467625, 7 x 10, 128 pages, paperback, Retail $19.95

This book provides an easy-to-understand, step-by-step plan on how to apply for your Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income claim. It includes the information you need to prepare your claim, it contains copies of forms you need with information on where to get the most recent forms, and it provides a place to organize your correspondence, gather and record your medical records and supporting documents, and track your progress. Let this book work for you, and Don't Take NO for Answer.

What People Say
"Finally! An easy-to-follow book on how to navigate the Social Security maze. I recommend this book to anyone who needs to file a Social Security Disability Claim." -Harold Hughes, Client of Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law

"Jan Dils has long been highly respected and successful in Social Security Disability claims, and became so by following what she recommends in her book, which breaks down what can be a frustrating and complicated process into easy-to-understand steps. If you plan to file a Social Security disability claim, this book should be required reading, and the suggestions should be followed to the letter. The book will not guarantee a successful outcome-only the facts and evidence will do that. However, following this book will assure that you will have the best chance of a successful outcome. During my 20 years of hearing these cases, I often wondered why nobody had done such a book. Now Jan has. I suggest you use it." -Ronald L. Chapman, retired U.S. Administrative Law Judge

About the author
After graduating from West Virginia University Law School, Jan Dils set out to make a difference in the lives of the disabled. Since 1994 she's done just that, with a staff of attorneys representing clients in Social Security Disability, Veterans Disability Law, and Personal Injury. Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law currently represents clients nationwide and is considered an authority in Disability Law.

Restoring Our American Dream

by Michael K Farr, ISBN 9780938467663, perfect bind, 176 pages, Retail $19.95

A new, upbeat, book from Michael Farr - one of CNBC's most popular financial commentators and experienced investor - brings to the forefront solutions to America's struggle to regain the respect and values on which our country was founded. Trust has eroded from Government, Banks, Wall Street, and big business-Restoring Our American Dream provides a blueprint for a future that reasserts America's leadership position in the increasingly complex world of intertwined global economies.

About the Author:
Michael K. Farr is President and majority owner of Farr, Miller & Washington, LLC. He is Chairman of the Investment Committee and is responsible for overseeing the day to day activities of the firm. Prior to starting FM&W, he was a Principal with Alex Brown & Sons.

Mr. Farr is a paid Contributor for CNBC television and has appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning America, NBC's Nightly News, CNN, Bloomberg, Reuters, and the Nightly Business Report. Mr. Farr is heard on Associated Press Radio and National Public Radio, and he has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fortune, The Washington Post, Businessweek, USA Today, and many other publications. He is a member of the Economic Club of Washington, DC, National Associaton for Business Economics, The World Presidents' Organization, and The Washington Association of Money Managers. He is the author of A Million Is Not Enough, published by Hachette Book Group USA in 2008, and The Arrogance Cycle, September 2011 by Globe Pequot Press.

Mr. Farr is the Chairman of the Sibley Memorial Hospital Foundation. He also serves on the Board of Trustees at Sibley Hospital; he is the former Vice Chairman of the Board of the Salvation Army; he is a former member of the Board of Trustees of Ford's Theatre; he is the former Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Traveler's Aid Society, Nation's Capitol Progress Foundation, and the Paul Berry Academic Scholarship Foundation, as well as a member of the Board of the Neediest Kids. Mr. Farr is a graduate of the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. He is married and has two children.

What People Say:
"Mom, apple pie, and American Dreams are the fabric of America. We need to get back on track. We need to re-focus on our American values of hard work, self-reliance, and tenacity. America is the can-do country where dreams really do come true. It's time to remember that success and prosperity are good things and make our country stronger. Let's get back to a nation that is focused on creating wealth rather than one focused on distributing it. Americans are the greatest people in the world, and Michael Farr's book is trumpeting the importance of restoring those values that made America a "shining city upon a hill." Read this book!" - Larry Kudlow, Host, CNBC's "The Kudlow Report"

"In this important book, Michael Farr simplifies and elevates the key principles necessary for our success as individuals and as a nation. His prescriptions for restoring the American dream come down to conducting ourselves with a sense of stewardship for the gifts our generation have received, and which we must pass on to our children."- Robert Silberman, CEO of Strayer Education, Inc., United States Assistant Secretary of the Army (Manpower and Reserve Affairs, retired), Assistant to the CEO of International Paper, retired

"Restoring Our American Dream is a new book by Michael Farr about hope and the possibilities of a richer life for those who follow their own road to the American Dream. Michael's searching for a smoother path toward a better America has some fine ideas which should help all of us."-Former Internal Revenue Service Commissioner and former Democratic National Committee General Counsel, Sheldon Cohen, Esq.
Restoring Our American Dream
Wishing You

Wishing You

by Dr. Lauren Nappen

ISBN 978-0-938467-14-4, 6 x 6, HC, illustrated, 56 pages, Retail Price $22.95
Special Holiday 10% Discount! $20.65

Number 1 Bestseller on Amazon
Winner, International Book Awards Best Spiritual Gift Book
Finalist, International Book Awards Best Inspirational Book
Los Angeles Book Festival Honorable Mention Best Spiritual Book
Reader's Favorite Book Awards Bronze for Best General Non-Fiction
Reader's Favorite Book Awards Finalist, Best Motivational Non-Fiction
Living Now Book Awards Bronze Best Gift/Specialty/Keepsake Book
5 Star Review Reader's Favorite

To experience freedom, to know peace, to be content; these are the wishes of the Soul. Each wish is a way of awakening, a way of encouraging you to spread your wings and fly right into the heart of Spirit.

Dr. Lauren Nappen, a natural born healer, chiropractor, spiritual intuitive, visionary and witness has been encouraging people to rewrite their personal story for the past 18 yrs by sharing the benefits and wisdom of alignment with Self and Spirit. She is the creator of various workshops and seminars, including Wellth of Soulutions, a monthly spiritual gathering that focuses on the joy of the soul.

Holding advanced certifications in a wide variety of healing disciplines, she currently shares her gentle ahhhjusting style and spiritual ministry at her healing sanctuary, Ahhhjusting To Life, in Bucks County, Pa. where she lives and works with her 3 black beauties, Riley, Emma and Oliver. For more information visit www.ahhhjustingtolife.com

What People Say:

With pure simplicity, Wishing You captures signs of wisdom and grace we can use along the way to the best of who we are to become. -John Morton, author of The Blessings Already Are and You Are the Blessings.

This little book may be small in size but the message it carries is bigger than any I know of today! When you read it over and over again the wishes get stronger and more meaningful each time. Everyone you know and love needs a copy...-Dr Jim Dubel

What People Say:
"Causes A Smile Inside
Sweetness and Light!
A Delightful Discovery!
Food for the Soul
Peace in quiet times or not-so-quiet times!
Save Time - Buy For Friends Today
Heart- warming comfort to the Soul
Clears the cobwebs, Beautiful - in every way..."

Reading "Wishing You" causes one to breathe slowly and deeply, and smile :) as you connect to your inner self once again. It creates a resting place amongst our busy lives. Dr. Lauren Nappen has a natural and magnetic talent - drawing souls that are ready for positive change within themselves. Thanks again Dr. Lauren!- C.S.Lapinski

This little gem of a book showers the reader with wishes meant to "cushion" the human soul. Somehow each wish, both light and at the same time deep, is filled with advice and wisdom needed for different times of our lives. I find that reading it, a little at a time, doesn't only help me think through things that are currently in my life's journey, but also helps me reflect on things of the past. This is a perfect gift for a special person.- SR Benjamin

The old adage "Good things come in small packages" is perfectly appropriate for this sweet, beautifully designed book. Each wish is a gem of insight and inspiration which holds your hand and gently encourages you to take a look at your life in a new way. You will be happily rewarded as you read the wishes over and over. It made me smile and think, "Ahhh ha!!" I particularly enjoyed the wishes for Discovery, Bravery and Sweet Somethings. A very creative and delightful book.- M. McGuire

Wishing You is the boost your Soul needs! The first time I read the book I just kept on re-reading and I just wanted more. I keep the book on my nightstand and read it as an inspirational prayer before going to sleep. Each time I discover and enjoy it more. Whatever I need for an answer comes forward at that moment. Don't just buy one, buy one for each person you love.- Sue Walski

I love this book. I leave it on my desk and just open to a random page. The reading always seems to give me guidance with something that comes up during that day. Reading it is like taking in a deep breath and letting it go. Also a great hostess gift!- DJkat (NJ)

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Don't Take No For An Answer: Getting the Social Security Benefits You Deserve

by Jan Dils

ISBN 9780929915975, 7 x 10, PB, 128 pages, Retail Price $19.95
THIS book gives you an easy-to-understand, step-by-step plan on how to apply for and win your Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income claim. It includes the information you need to prepare your claim, it contains the forms you need and information on where to get additional forms, and it provides a place to organize your correspondence, gather and record your medical records and supporting document, and track your progress. Let this book work for you. After graduating from WVU Law School, Jan Dils set out to make a difference in the lives of the disabled. Since 1994 she's done just that, with a practice that's grown to nearly 50 employees, and a staff of attorneys representing clients in Social Security Disability and Veterans Disability Law, as well as Personal Injury. Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law currently represents clients nationwide, and is widely considered to be an authority in Disability law.

Something About Scrabble
Many Genres, One Craft

Many Genres, One Craft

Michael A. Arnzen and Heidi Ruby Miller, Editors

ISBN 978-0-938467-08-3, 7 x 10, HC, 384 pages, Retail Price $29.95
Award-winning author Michael A. Arnzen and Heidi Ruby Miller gather the voices of today's top genre writers and writing instructors alongside their published students. Many Genres, One Craft fosters the writing process in a way that focuses almost exclusively on writing the novel. Using a compilation of instructional articles penned by well-known authors affiliated with Seton Hill University's acclaimed MFA program in Writing Popular Fiction, the book emphasizes how to write genre novels and commercially appealing fiction. The articles are modeled after actual "learning modules" that have successfully taught students in the program how to reach a wider audience for over a decade. Award-winning and best-selling contributors from a spectrum of genres and literary careers offer their sage advice, including David Morrell, Tess Gerritsen, Victoria Thompson, Nancy Kress, Shelley Bates, Maria V. Snyder, Thomas Monteleone, Susan Mallery, and over fifty other published authors, teachers, and alumni, as well as special guest agents and editors who have visited the program. Divided into three parts-Craft, Genre, and The Writer's Life-the book provides advice on everything from point-of-view to writing media tie-in novels to marketing romance, all from writers who have actually done it.

Something About Scrabble™

by David Ritchey

ISBN 9780938467267, 5.5 x 8.5, 112 pages, Retail Price $12.95
There's Something About Scrabble™ that is almost addictive, that creates a willingness to undertake a course of study, that causes some people to with they had Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder, that transcends the conventional competitive win/lose approach to most board games, that makes people willing to tackle Word Lists. If you want to become a strong living room Scrabble™ player with minimal effort, this is the book for you! Includes pull out crib sheet.

Something About Scrabble
26 Card Tricks

26 Card Tricks

by David Ritchey

ISBN 9780929915524, 5.5 x 8.5, 96 pages, Retail Price $12.95
Do you already know something about card magic? Would you like to learn more? Do you ant to add some new card tricks with a standard deck to your repertoire? If so, this is the book for you!

Writing specifically for the intermediate level magician, David Ritchey presents 26 Card Tricks in clear, precise, easy-to-follow detail. He also provides refreshers for the techniques required to perform all of those tricks, and offers suggestions for creating routines by combining some of the tricks.

Stickyman Movements

by Rusty McQuade

ISBN 0929915654, 7 x 10, 32 pages, illustrated, PB spiral binding, Retail Price $12.95
Stickyman Movements by Rusty McQuade is a wonderful exercise book for all ages. From seniors to help maintain independence to classroom teachers to help incorporate physical activity into the classrooms, Stickyman has provided the inspiration to so many people to help them regain and improve their health no matter what their physical handicaps may be.

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Stickyman Movements
Alzheimer's Care With Dignity

Alzheimer's Care With Dignity

by Frank Fuerst

ISBN 0929915623, 7 x 10, PB, 208 pages, Retail Price $24.95
Help has arrived - this is the book you have been looking for. Frank Fuerst's 17 year odyssey caring for his wife is documented for others to benefit from. Through trial and error, he has blazed a path through the red tape and blockades to help you comfort and care for your loved one at home. A wealth of knowledge and resources to aid you and your family. More Information

Silent No More

by Krista Fink

ISBN 0929915682, 6 x 9, 176 pages, PB, Retail Price $19.95
From a broken relationship to the excitement of a handsome adventurer, author Krista Fink stepped into an abyss of abuse and remained in a torturous marriage until she could be silent no more. After five years, and three attempts to leave, she made the final break. Only through her own determination and the help of the YWCA Resolve Family Abuse Program was Krista able to heal from her ordeal. This book recounts her personal experiences - no holds barred - in hopes of reaching even one person in a similar situation and giving them the lifeline of help they need to climb out of their own abyss.

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Silent No More
What Did You Do That For

I'm Listening!

by Tod Faller

ISBN 0929915704, 7 x 10, PB, 112 pages, Retail Price $15.95
Tod Faller's third book in his nationally popular Teacher Down the Hall Seminar Series. Each book, as each seminar in the series, is written to be another step in the process of helping teachers and teens... and their parents, families, classmates, teachers, coworkers and employers, to UNDERSTAND, ACCEPT and RESOLVE their Interpersonal Conflicts.

Lessons for Leaders

by Tod Faller

ISBN 0929915410, PB, Retail Price $15.95
Leaders are those who understand human needs, accept human differences, and choose to be a catalyst for conflict resolution solutions. Leaders accept ownership for their actions and the responsibility for directing constructive change. Leaders are neither born nor made: Leadership is a CHOICE that you make for yourself.

If you lived it, a memory was born and subsequently stored in the data base of your mind... available for instant recall. A single word, picture, touch, sound, or scent is enough to evoke these memories in the same way a computer pulls abstract data from your hard drive to form images on your monitor. New "pictures" are developed with each new experience. To awaken the memories of those who would lead is this collection of inspiring, independent truths; stories, passages and examples from The Teacher Down the Hall Seminar Series.

May these passages inspire you to rekindle lost relationships, awaken hope, and remind you that leadership is truly... a choice that you make for yourself.

Lessons For Leaders
So THAT'S why you're like that!

So THAT'S why you're like that!

by Tod Faller

Illustrated, 80 pages, PB, 7" x 10" ISBN: 0929915372 $12.95 plus s/h
Second in a series, “So THAT’S why you're like that!” includes true stories of interpersonal conflict and the resolution of conflict, offering incites into Understanding, Accepting, and Resolving Conflict.

Do you want a better life? Do you want the conflict(s) to stop? Do you want better relationships with those around you? Do you want people to like you, to respect you, and to include you in their lives? Do you want a life full of fun, family, and friends? Do you want to stop hoping for it... and begin realizing it? Then it is, as it has always been, all about YOU to make that happen.

Begin now. Life is not a dress rehearsal.

What Did You Do That For?

by Tod Faller

80 Pages, PB, Illustrated, 7" x 10", ISBN: 092991533X $12.95 plus s/h
This book will help you recognize, understand and resolve behavior problems with your children, family members, parents, co-workers, bosses, teachers and friends. A guide to making your life better and happier while helping you get what you want and showing you how to help others get what they need.

TOD FALLER has a Pastoral Ministry Certification in Counseling with an MA degree in Educational Leadership and post graduate doctoral studies in Organizational Leadership, Personal Relations and Family Counseling. He also has over 35 years in service to public and private education, as a teacher, counselor and administrator, in Elementary, Secondary and Higher Education. He also provided university graduate instruction in areas such as Adult Development and Training, Conflict Resolution, Motivation Theory and Work Behavior.

Tod Faller's workshops are in demand, fast paced, user friendly, and GUARANTEED!

For more information go to www.todfaller.com

What Did You Do That For