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Book blurb:

Zebras & Ostriches: 5 Simple Rules to Engage and Retain Your Best People will challenge you to re-think employee engagement. Research continues to show that employee engagement and retention are at an all-time low. People don’t want to be supervised, they want to be led. Your employees want to work from their strengths and do meaningful work. Follow these 5 simple rules and be prepared to inspire your people to grow and to be committed to the mission of your organization.


Praise for Zebras & Ostriches:

“Good things do come in small packages! Within this short book are some incredible gems to help you create a more engaged and productive workforce.”

~ Shep Hyken, New York Times Bestselling Author of The Amazement Revolution

“In your hands you hold a blueprint for a new way of thinking and a better way of acting on your way to becoming the leader you were meant to be. How you inspire people to grow will make you indispensable in your career!”

~ Mark LeBlanc, Author of Never Be the Same and Growing Your Business!

“In a more and more interconnected world, technical expertise is no longer the determining factor as to why someone will work with and/or for you. Talent is just a Google or LinkedIn search away. People have always done biz with and/or for people they know, like, and trust. Phil’s book explains a simple approach to creating a culture of passion, enthusiasm, and value. Sincere relationships always have been and always will be the determining factor of top performing people and organizations. This book should be required reading for everyone in the workforce.”

~ Kevin Knebl, Recognized by LinkedIn as the Most Recommended Business Speaker in the World. Co-Author of The Social Media Sales Revolution

“We are better together and together we can accomplish amazing things. Read this simple, power book and build a high performing team!”

~ Jon Gordon, Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author of The Energy Bus

“To make powerful ideas into something that is simple and easy to apply, while making it entertaining is a definition of sophistication and art. This little book is an example of that.   Read on and enjoy.”

~ Kordell Norton, CSP, Speaker and Author of Business Charisma: How Great Organizations Engage and Win Customers Again and Again

“Who knew businesses were filled with Zebras and Ostriches? This quick read provides powerful insights into employee engagement and actionable items you can implement immediately. Any leader will benefit from reading Phil’s book.”

~ Steven Burger, CPA, MBA, Chief Financial Officer, Employers Health


 chaseonerabbit-3DPurchase it HERE on Amazon for less than $17 for the paper copy and $6.99 for the Kindle Version!


Book blurb:

Have you been sitting around, complaining about what you wish you could be doing, but aren’t actually doing anything to change it? How many of us become stuck in a rut and don’t know how to get out?

Success is a choice. But too often our past failure, current assumptions, and fear of the future stymies our forward progress. What if your life could be transformed by changing just ten habits?

Chase One Rabbit: 10 Habits that Move You from Failure to Success will motivate you to start now and leave the past behind – one small step at a time. Dr. Philip Kim provides real world, practical advice for how you can start working towards your goals and dreams today. By utilizing these ten simple habits, one step at a time – you can find success.


 

Praise for Chase One Rabbit:

“This enjoyable, practical book gives you a series of simple technique you can use to get complete control of your time and your life.”

~Brian Tracy, Best-Selling Author, Time Power

“In his delightful book, Chase One Rabbit, Philip Kim helps you get clarity and focus on the most important, bite-sized things you can and should do to create your own success.  Philip has a wonderful way of telling stories that makes his principles for productivity come alive with meaning for anyone.”

~Joe Calloway, Author of Be the Best At What Matters Most

“I dare you to open to any page in this book and not find something inspirational or educational.  You can’t “hang out” with Phil’s Rabbit Habits without getting a serious boost to higher success.”

~Kordell Norton, CSP, Speaker, Author, Consultant

Chase One Rabbit is an excellent reminder of the importance of setting realistic short term goals to achieve long term success.”

~Todd Brice, CEO and President of S&T Bank

“You won’t be able to put this book down! No matter what change you want to make in your life, these words will empower you to begin today and stick with it. Not only are the principles incredibly powerful…the author uses illustrations that engage your heart as well as your mind! Life-changing!”

~Glenna Salsbury, CSP, CPAE, Author of The Art of the Fresh Start

This is a remarkable book about perseverance, finding a way to give yourself a second chance, and the strategies necessary for success. It should be required reading for college students, entrepreneurs, and anyone who wants to achieve more success. I myself will refer to it often.

~Maribeth Kuzmesk, President of RedZone Marketing, Author of 7 books including The Connectors

“Dr. Kim provides a raw and honest perspective on what it takes to succeed in today’s society. By providing an open window to his past and describing how his struggles lead to success, his message becomes relatable to the reader. Short memories, chunking, and persistence are key themes that inspire and motivate. Most notably is his discussion of serial collaboration. In order to truly succeed, you must reach out and work with others to tackle the complexity of today’s workplace and daily grind. Chase One Rabbit is a must read for anyone that wants to better understand themselves and how to squeeze the most productivity out of their existing skills and experiences.”

~Brian J Kolowitz, DSc., MSc. MBA, Principal Healthcare Information Systems Architect and Professor of Information Systems

“This book is a must read for anyone who wants to move beyond their failures and reach their full potential.”
~Mela Saylor, President of the Greater Canton Writer’s Guild