52 Mondays, 52 Activities, 52 Ways to Make a Life-Enhancing Difference.
Monday used to be the least favorite day of the week. Monday was the day that ended the weekend; the day you had to go back to work; and the day you started a diet or decided to quit smoking…again. Not anymore! Authors Matthew Emerzian and Kelly Bozza do a total makeover on the bad image of Mondays and make that day mean something amazing, something incredible, something unbelievable. Every Monday Matters does this by taking 52 Mondays, providing 52 creative but doable activities, giving 52 down-to-earth ways to make a difference, one for each Monday of the year. It's a perfect way to have a positive impact, get others involved, and make a difference in your life and the lives of others.
- Includes fifteen-minute bonus DVD providing two celebrity segments, a word from the authors, and codes to unlock special features of the EMM official website: EveryMondayMatters.com.
- Book is made from 95% recycled paper.
|Contributor(s)||Matthew Emerzian , Kelly Bozza|
|About the Contributor(s)||Matthew Emerzian
Matthew Emerzian has worked in entertainment management and public relations in Los Angeles, providing expertise in strategic planning, marketing, and implementing successful PR campaigns. He directs a team of people who pick up street litter, organize blood drives, visit homeless shelters, and many other socially-minded activities. Matthew is also co-creator of 40 Days of Love™, an inspirational card company. Matthew has a BA in Communications from UCLA and an MBA from UCLA's Anderson School of Management. Hometown: Los Angeles, California
Kelly Bozza is an active board member supporting foster youth, a lifetime member of a major hospital's fundraising group, a mentor to children and teens, and a longtime blood donor. Kelly has worked with financial institutions by providing expertise in strategic planning, sales management, marketing and leadership development. She is also co-creator of 40 Days of Love™. Kelly earned her BA in Economics from UCLA and an MBA from CS University Long Beach. Hometown: Corona Del Mar, California
|Publish Date||Jan 1, 2008|
|Who It's For||Men, Women|