You need it when you feel the personal and professional relationships that matter most to you could be more fulfilling and enjoyable.

You get a massive amount of practical, real-world, proven wisdom and knowledge on self-improvement and leadership summarized in a concise, memorable, and actionable format.

So that you get along better with the important people in your life allowing you to become more effective in all the roles you play.

There are several ways to buy the book

You can buy an autographed copy directly from Paul. 

The price is $12.79 including sales tax. If Paul needs to ship you one copy, add $3.  Additional copies are $12.79 each plus $1 for shipping of each additional book. Mail a check made out to:

Paul Heacock
11538 South Carriage Road

Olathe KS 66062
If you want to pay by credit card, call Paul at 913-707-7079.

The publisher, Trafford Publishing, has the book for sale here: https://www.trafford.com/bookstore/bookdetail.aspx?bookid=SKU-000692271 

You can also order through your local bookseller or preferred on-line retailer. 
978-1-4907-3019-6 (Soft Cover ISBN) SKU-000692271 
978-1-4907-3021-9 (eBook) SKU-000692272

About the Book

BASIC Relationship and Leadership Strategies summarizes the leadership and personal relationship lessons learned by Paul as a business leader, marriage partner, and parent of two daughters, as well as grandparent of one precious little girl.

Paul offers the BASIC acronym as a tool to remember and use the commonsense ideas that appear throughout the work.

  • B (there are two Bs)—understanding behavior and keeping a balance in our
              personal and professional lives.
  • A is for begin each circumstance anew.
  • S means be situational.
  •  I stands for watch the I.
  • C (there are three Cs)—improve communication, handle people with care, and use
    ​           your common sense.

Specifics from the book include how the book came to be and some key lessons learned including:

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  • Why some people act the way they do.
  • The Greatest Management Principle in the World.
  • Reducing stress in your professional and business life.
  • Being the “senior partner” in your relationships with others.
  • How to win arguments with your spouse and others.
  • Making the essential transition to leadership.
  • The role of parents as leaders.
  • Listening better and communicating more clearly.
  • The power of “care” in all relationships.
  • The important role of common sense in all relationships.
The Book