Page Two founders shortlisted for national award
We are so very excited to announce that Page Two co-founders Jesse Finkelstein and Trena White have been named as co-finalists for the TELUS Trailblazer Award by the RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards, presented by Women of Influence!
Fuelling content with Melanie Deziel
If it feels like everybody and everything has their own blog, social media fan club, and/or video channel, it’s because that’s not far from the truth. Businesses, organizations, brands, and individuals are under tremendous pressure to not only attract and retain followers, but keep them engaged and entertained.
Lee LeFever, the life-balanced entrepreneur
Read just about any start-up story, and you’ll come away with the impression that building a successful business means compromising on sleep, sacrificing your hobbies, and dedicating yourself 24-7 to the cause. It doesn’t have to be that way, insists Lee LeFever, co-founder of the wildly successful educational video company Common Craft.
Jen Louden’s life-changing question
With her infectious enthusiasm, we can’t help but join Jennifer Louden in a happy dance as we welcome her to the Page Two authors club!
A pioneer in personal growth, Jen helped launch the concept of self-care with her first bestselling book, The Woman’s Comfort Book.
Looking to the future with Jeff Booth
We are thrilled to announce that we are working with entrepreneur, angel investor, and technology leader Jeff Booth on an exciting book that will challenge people to design a new kind of future.
Bob Joseph Dominates the Bestseller Lists
One of the most rewarding aspects of our work is seeing authors’ insights and wisdom gain recognition. So you can imagine the reaction we’re having to seeing Bob Joseph land not one, but TWO books on Canada’s national nonfiction bestseller lists this week!
Celebrating fearless women with Janice McDonald
We are excited to share the news that we will be working with award-winning entrepreneur, author and speaker Janice McDonald, on a book that features personal stories of triumph from fearless women and girls.
How do you say “Bestseller” in 8 different languages?
If you hear some strange pronunciations coming from the Page Two offices, it’s because we’re practicing saying “bestseller” in a multitude of languages!
Railroader is a National Business Book Award Finalist
Since we first began our Railroader journey with author Howard Green, it has been full-steam ahead, with one success after another.
This painstakingly researched biography of four-time CEO Hunter Harrison—informed by Howard’s years of personal conversations with Harrison and his family and colleagues, conducted—immediately soared to the top of the non-fiction bestseller list, and the accolades just kept coming!
Get ready for Indigenous Relations
It’s the sequel Canada’s been waiting for! Page Two author Bob Joseph, Hereditary chief and Indigenous relations trainer, took the publishing world by storm last year with his national bestseller, 21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act, an eye-opening book that illuminated the repercussions of Canada’s Indian Act on generations of Indigenous Peoples.
Rumeet Billan wins a Nautilus Award
It’s the little book that could! We’re beyond thrilled that Page Two author Rumeet Billan has been recognized with a prestigious Nautilus Book Award for her inspiring and thoughtful picture book, Who Do I Want to Become?
Enter the Labyrinth with Pawel Motyl
Congratulations to Page Two author Pawel Motyl, whose book, Labyrinth: The Art of Decision Making, is now available. Motyl, who’s a member of Marshall Goldsmith’s 100 Coaches initiative, is excited to launch the English edition of this runaway Polish bestseller.