Welcome to Mary Anne Radmacher's blog.

One way to get to know a person you've just met is to ask them to tell you about their favorite friends. It's said that a person essentially becomes an aggregate of the five people with whom they spend the most time.

There's another telling question to ask a stranger. It's all about a book.

1) Is there one book that you have re-read and will read again (and again)?
2) What is the most recent book that you've read and what stands out to you most?
3) What is the title of a book you recommend most often to friends?
4) What was the last book you read that made you so sad when it came to the end? (Because you wanted to keep on reading, not because the ending was sad!).

If the person you are just getting to know has never re-read a book, can't remember what stood out from the last book they read, doesn't recommend books to friends and has never felt sad to stop reading an excellent book...

I suggest that you stop conversing with them. And, perhaps, run. Kidding (not kidding). Perhaps you might consider striking up a conversation with someone else that you might want to get to know. AND start THAT conversation off by recommending a book you've recently read...

Thursday, June 4, 2009

please tell your friends in seattle!

East West Bookshop

6500 Roosevelt Way NE

Seattle, WA 98115

206-523-3726 / 1-800-587-6002

Courage Doesn’t

Always Roar

Thursday, June 25

7-8:30 p.m. Free!

MARY ANNE RADMACHER, author of Courage Doesn’t Always Roar, will

provide you with the low technology method to identify and define your

own personal courage attributes and a daily follow-up method to reinforce

the objectives that she helps you create. Practical and immediately accessible,

Mary Anne has a unique way of presenting simple methodologies which can

have a far-reaching impact on your life.

If you use a journal, bring one, or buy one at East West Bookshop.

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