Be Brief.

Be Brilliant.

Be Done.


Many professionals provide too much information when they speak—at meetings, during updates with managers, in presentations, or when trying to get a simple point across. Authors Leesa Wallace and Kathy McAfee refer to these long-winded professionals as “Wild Bores,” and we are all at risk for becoming just like them.

In this concise, practical, and engaging book, you will learn how to deliver information that is “just enough,” not “just in case.” The useful tools and examples will show you how to pare down your opening, organize your thoughts, and handle a challenge. As a result, you’ll become a more efficient communicator, able to lead more productive discussions. By using fewer words, you can have more impact and greater influence at work.


Pare Down Your Opening

Organize Your Thoughts

Handle Challenges

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Meet the Authors

Leesa Wallace

Leesa Wallace is a master at leadership development and learning strategy
and is known as The Performance Architect. She builds better leaders and has
a proven method for doing that—in retail, manufacturing, financial services,
professional services, pharma, startups, and nonprofits. She holds a master’s
degree in Adult Education with a concentration in Management.

Learn more about Leesa at her website:

Kathy McAfee

Kathy McAfee is an executive presentation coach, speaker and author and is known as America’s Marketing Motivator. She works with organizations who want to develop stronger and more diverse leadership pipelines, and with consultants and independent professionals who want to become outstanding in their chosen fields. She is also the author of Stop Global Boring.

Learn more about Kathy at her website:

We’re Here For You

Need help sharpening your point? Want to build better leaders in your organization?

We are here to help you. Just give us a call:

Leesa Wallace

+1 (860) 604-6834

[email protected]

Kathy McAfee

+1 (860) 371-8801

[email protected]