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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2000

    More IS better!

    As a person who's had the privilege of reading this book before it's widely available, I can tell you that this is one great read. This is the longer (read, 'bigger and better') version of the author's audiobook '35 Ways to Create Great Relationships.' And while it's hard to believe that the book could be any better than the tape, this time bigger really IS better. Like the audio, this is no step-by-step list of specific actions to take to create or improve your relationships. Rather, this author suggests how you might want to adjust yourself-and nobody else--and in so doing create your own attitude that will foster great, fun, happy relationships with others. And who wouldn't want that? As we've seen in his three previous books, Steve Chandler is hip, funny, understanding--and right on the mark. He's knocking on our door, calling us to pay attention to each other, to ourselves, urging us try it, we WILL like it. And have fun doing it. Using suggestions and ideas running the gamut from 'intention deficit disorder' to basketball coach Phil Jackson's attitude toward coaching his championship players, Chandler has a great time gently, relentlessly, and humorously reminding us that the success of our relationships--how we deal with people--is all about US. We can change it today (it's not that hard) if we'll just pay attention to what the heck we're doing! An excellent read, one that makes you feel good about yourself--even while you're becoming energized to improve!

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