The Million Dollar Book

Phil M. Jones, author of Exactly What to Say, shares a behind-the-scenes look at the decisions and strategy behind the success of what his family lovingly refers to as “the tiny book that made $1 million.”

Master licensing and certification with this free webinar

You develop amazing workshops, programs, processes and approaches that deliver great results for your clients. But if you’re the only person who can deliver your services, your limited time and energy reduces how many people you can help and how much money you can make.

Successful self-employment with Jeffrey Shaw

From his work as a brand management consultant and entrepreneur coach, to his thirty-five-year career as an acclaimed portrait photographer, Jeffrey Shaw—TEDx speaker and host of The Self-Employed Life podcast—has been carving his own path as a creative entrepreneur dedicated to helping fellow self-employed individuals find success.

Welcome back, Rony Ganon!

Project manager Rony Ganon recently returned to Page Two after a year-long maternity leave. When asked what she missed most during her time away, her answer was short and sweet: the in-office jokes.

“I read that laughing a lot is healthy for the baby, so Page Two was really the best place to be while pregnant,” she said.

Reflections on publishing during a pandemic

Collectively, the Page Two team has experienced some tough times in book publishing. It’s a precarious industry that’s gone through a lot of transformation and upheaval in recent years. But nothing could have prepared us for what 2020 had in store.

Page Two designs honored at 2019 Alcuin Awards

Since 1981, the Alcuin Society has dedicated itself to the promotion and appreciation of beautifully designed Canadian books. They also sponsor the only national book design awards in the country—and our Creative Director Peter Cocking recently took home two of them.

3 new releases climb the charts

There’s no greater rush than sending a beautiful, impactful book out into the world and knowing it has the potential to change people’s lives. Having that same book gain traction and resonate with readers far and wide makes the publishing experience that much sweeter.

Amanda Hamilton brings the laughter

An award-winning interior designer and creative entrepreneur, Amanda Hamilton is celebrated for her tenacious entrepreneurial spirit and vibrant persona. Her bold and unorthodox approach to both design and business has made her one of the most sought-after creative minds in Canada.

Driving success with Chris Coultas

Chris W. Coultas, PhD, has devoted his career to helping leaders, teams, and organizations optimize engagement and performance by conducting cutting-edge research in leadership, assessment, development, coaching, and talent management. The director of science and research at Leadership Worth Following, he has authored several peer-reviewed publications on coaching, leadership, and teams, and is passionate about uncovering new ways to empower organizations and individuals to reach their full potential.

It’s Page Two’s seventh birthday!

Join us in wishing a very happy birthday to Page Two!

As of October 3, we’re seven years old—and what a busy seven years it has been. We’ve grown from the brainchild of co-founders Jesse Finkelstein and Trena White to a team of eighteen talented staff and freelancers, and worked with countless brilliant authors along the way.

Finding your swagger with Leslie Ehm

Leslie Ehm will reach into your soul, pull out your most powerful authentic self, and help you to realize your full potential. It’s this passion that helped her build a globally renowned training company and continues to drive her work today as a coach, speaker and now author.

Finding confidence with Marc A. Pitman

Executive leadership coach, speaker, and author Marc A. Pitman has helped countless nonprofits advance their missions and improve the lives of their staff and supporters. As founder of the Concord Leadership Group, he has worked with the leaders of organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, Islamic Relief USA, and the Association of the US Army to successfully navigate their way through crises, and lead their teams with greater effectiveness and less stress.