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New Book: Serious Fun, out now…

For a limited time, Amazon is offering my latest book – SERIOUS FUN: Your Step-by-Step Guide to Leading Remarkably Fun Programs That Make A Difference – for only USD$27.95 including shipping anywhere in the world.


Serious Fun is my fourth publication, yet unlike my other three, this book is not an activity book – rather, it describes how I do what I do.

The book has already received many wonderful plaudits from such heavy-hitters as Seth Godin (inspirational thought leader), Karl Rohnke (author of the seminal ‘Silver Bullets’ book) and Andrew Griffiths (Australia’s #1 small business author). Visit the book’s website to see what they had to say.

Serious Fun describes the process I take, step by step, to design and deliver remarkably fun programs which make a difference to the lives and performance of the groups I work with.

If you’re a teacher, corporate trainer, youth worker, outdoor educator or campsite operator, this book will help you inject more fun and more value into your programs, while also answering 20 of the most common programming questions you probably ask yourself all the time, such as How do I create a fun, safe and supportive learning environment? and How do I manage difficult behaviours, such as unwilling participants?

Imbued with 27 years of professional experience, this book will describe the exact skills and strategies I use to immediately engage my groups (young and old alike), invite them to interact and help them feel comfortable to participate in my programs.

Serious Fun – Out Now

To SAVE $12.00 off RRP, go to Amazon >>>>—Step-Remarkably/dp/0992546400

BUT, HURRY – Amazon’s limited-time offer expires at midnight Thursday 14 May, 2015 (Australian Eastern Standard time.)

BONUS: The book comes with 40 Free Program Templates, complete with step-by-step instructions to help you deliver remarkably fun get-to-know-you sessions, conference energisers, fabulous team-building activities, etc. Plus, answers to more than 20 of the most common programming questions people have been asking me for years.

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