Cyndi Maxey and Jill Bremer have crafted a tutorial for life…
through which anybody could benefit. Both reflective and practical, it serves as the best friend you always wanted that forced you to look in the mirror when you most needed to see the truth. Punctuated with delightful stories of lives in progress and the real-world challenges they have faced, IT’S YOUR MOVE provides both passion and insight along with a play-by-play strategy for how to get what you need once you know what you want.
“Find a pad of paper, a sharp pencil and a comfortable chair and dig in!”Bob Nelson, Ph.D.
Jill Bremer is Co-Author of…
It’s Your Move: Dealing Yourself the Best Cards in Life and Work
by Cyndi Maxey & Jill Bremer
Life is like a card game… and you have the power to deal yourself the winning hand! In It’s Your Move, image and self-improvement specialists Jill Bremer and Cyndi Maxey use the analogy of life as a card game to introduce you to powerful strategies for improving both your business and personal life… no matter what cards you are dealt.
As in any good game, life offers you multiple options for achieving greatness: preparation, visibility, listening, learning, attitude, style, balance, flexibility and many more. Maxey and Bremer deliver simple, proven techniques for taking control of your life and career–presented in the form of a card game. You will follow sample players as they discover their “perfect hands,” while learning how to maximize your own strengths and play the game with wisdom, courage, strategy, and timing.
Empower yourself to master dozens of simple techniques to maximize effectiveness and achieve your dreams.
Jill Bremer is a Contributing Author for 3 additional books…
by Giovinella Gonthier
Chapter 5 – “Grooming and Appearance” by Jill Bremer
The problem with incivility in the workplace is that people don’t think it’s a problem. Think again. Incivility has reached crisis proportions and its effects are crumbling the very foundation of our society and, consequently, the workplace. Rude Awakenings offers solutions for many of today’s common problems that stem from incivility. It also provides practical and helpful guidelines for dress codes and general appearance issues, which can affect morale and productivity.
by M. Erin Porter, Kristie J. Loescher, Janet Jester Riekenberg, Jan Starnes
“How to Make Business Casual Work for You” by Jill Bremer