Tag Archives: family

THE SECRETS OF HAPPY FAMILIES: Eight Keys to Building a Lifetime of Connection and Contentment

Resiliency; the ability to bounce back, with love and humor intact, whether from internal conflicts between family members or external stress from finances, jobs, schools, and illnesses. July 7, 2009 – According to Dr. Scott Haltman’s survey of over 1,000 people on DrScott.com, the number one indicator of a successful family is the ability to […]

BROTHERS: 26 Stories of Love & Rivalry

“Grown men do most of their living and dying in a relatively peaceful coalition of aging parents, wives, partners, children, friends, and colleagues. But a brother remains a figure of almost mythic proportions: the one mortal with whom the fight for love is never won, never lost, and only partly understood. Now, Andrew Blauner has […]

Podcast: Patrick Lencioni, author of 3 BIG QUESTIONS FOR A FRANTIC FAMILY, advises parents on managing everyday family life

Podcast from Patrick Lencioni, author of THE THREE BIG QUESTIONS FOR A FRANTIC FAMILY (Jossey-Bass, ISBN: 978-0-7879-9532-4).

New from the beloved California Pizza Kitchen – a family-friendly cookbook recipes kids and parents can make and enjoy together!

August 28, 2008–California Pizza Kitchen has been a hit with families ever since the first restaurant opened back in 1985. Adults love CPK’s signature pizzas, which pair unique favorite flavor combinations like Mango Tandoori Chicken and Pear and Gorgonzola. Children love the CPKids menu, which features kid-friendly pizzas like Honey Chicken Pizza and pastas. And […]

Video: Patrick Lencioni Discusses His New Book, 3 BIG QUESTIONS FOR A FRANTIC FAMILY

August 21, 2008 – Patrick Lencioni, author of The 3 Big Questions for a Frantic Family, discusses the correlation between managing a business and managing a family. View the video here: http://www.tablegroup.com/books/frantic/media/reel.

THE UNOFFICIAL GUIDE Uses Algorithms to Save Travelers’ Time and Money at Walt Disney World

“A tourist’s best friend!”—Chicago Sun-Times “Indispensable.”—The New York Times August 20, 2008 – Is it possible to use evolutionary algorithms to create touring plans that can save up to 4.5 hours of waiting in line per day? How about using a technological optimization program that determines which of the admissions options is the best suited […]

Bestselling Author of Management and Business Books Turns His Attention to Managing a Family in His New Parenting Fable

August 19, 2008 – Patrick Lencioni, New York Times bestselling author of seven business books focused on organizational health and leadership, is now turning his sights to the most important organization in our lives—the family—in The Three Big Questions for a Frantic Family.  As a husband and father of four young boys, Lencioni realized the […]