what's your plan be? book cover front and back WYPBe

The 2nd edition of WYPB is here! Are you living out someone else's plan for your life? Do you feel the constant struggle between your personal and professional life? Is there a longing or desire in you that has laid dormant for years because you lack the courage to speak it out loud? You are not alone. In this captivating, fun, and potentially game changing book--I will challenge your pre-conceived notions of success, inspire you to start having conversations that dig a little deeper, and come face-to-face with your own limiting behaviors that are keeping you from living out your success plan. My goal is to give you the tools you need to find Your Plan Be. Using a set of detailed and easy to follow activities, I introduce you to the concept of Plan Be and provide the structure and language to map out how to get from Plan A to Plan Be. If you are tired of abandoning your goals, getting "stuck" because you don't know where to begin, or you lack the right process for defining your own version of success, Plan Be was written for you!


Before You Stand Up and Speak Book Cover Bravo cc Libby Spears

Preparation separates the mediocre presentation from the kind that makes people put away their phone, listen, engage and on their feet for a standing ovation. You want to be the standing ovation kind of speaker, right? That means there is a lot of work to do before you stand up and speak. In “Before You Stand Up and Speak,” Libby Spears reveals her process, developed over the past twenty years, to deliver a standing ovation worthy presentation. From audience analysis to developing and organizing content, as well as attending to the details—every step along the way matters. Libby shares stories plucked from her career as a professional speaker and presentation coach. She employs a real presentation scenario for each step and teaches you step by step how to create your own dynamic presentation. —Part Book —Part Workbook —Part Secret Weapon. This is the book that shows you why planning and preparation is critical Let’s get to work!