BPNW member Pacelli Publishing recently published the seventeenth and eighteenth books in its Six-Word Lessons series.
Six-Word Lessons on Autism Friendly Workplaces: 100 Lessons for Employers & Employees to Succeed Together was published on March 17 and is available on Amazon, kindle and all e-readers. This book was written by Patty Pacelli, the mother of a 21-year-old with autism. She wrote it to help adults with autism achieve their career dreams and contribute their talents to the workforce. The book is also for employers, helping them to integrate autistic employees into their workplaces and educating them about topics such as disability laws, accommodations, unwritten social expectations and best and worst jobs for people with autism.
Six-Word Lessons on Changing Habits: 100 Lessons to Stop Self-Sabotage and Gain Self-Mastery by Lauren Archer was published April 2. The book contains 100 timeless principles for ending problem patterns and establishing intentional habits. It gives the reader concise and direct advice quickly and easily. Lauren Archer is author, speaker, hypnotherapist and certified health coach.
Pacelli Publishing is the exclusive publisher and creator of the Six-Word Lessons series, which is based on Ernest Hemingway’s challenge to write a story using only six words. Lonnie Pacelli created the series in 2009 to help writers become published authors, share their expertise and communicate short tips on any topic, whether to promote or to share their passion.