Conference calls, faxes, email, the World Wide Web.
With so many powerful ways to communicate-why do I feel so alone?
If you're feeling increasingly disconnected from the rest of the world, says communications expert Dianna Booher, you have plenty of company. The fact is that while technology can do many things, it cannot nurture our souls.
However, this book can. The inspirational stories found on these pages not only feed our spirits, they remind us of our need to nurture the spirits of others. They illustrate the power each of us has to influence the attitudes, actions and eternal destinies of those around us-"one person at a time, one situation at a time, and one interaction at a time."
We need one another, Booher claims. The connections we make with the people God places in our lives-friends, family, coworkers, acquaintances, neighbors, strangers-provide us with nourishment, insight, and emotional strength. In essence, plugging into others powers our souls.
"You're the same today as you'll be in five years-except for the people you meet and the books you read," Dianna Booher quotes a friend. Make it a point to meet someone new. And read this book. It will change the way you see the world-and help you reshape it into a place where every individual is valued, respected and loved.
|About the Contributor(s)||Dianna Booher
The author of 35 books, Dianna Booher, has changed the way corporate America communicates. Her firm, Booher Consultants, specializes in communication training, with clients ranging from Exxon and Hewlett-Packard to NASA and Frito-Lay. Many of her published works have been released in audio, video and CD ROM programs for communications training. Booher and her husband live in Colleyville, Texas, where they teach the 'Married Again' class at First Baptist Church Euless.
|Release Date||May 9, 2000|