Linda’s Books

The Economy of Kindness

How Kindness Transforms Your Bottom Line

It’s been proven that kindness in the workplace has a stunning ROI. Kindness decreases stress, reduces employee burnout, and builds increasing levels of happiness and satisfaction in the workplace. 

Imagine a company culture where employees feel valued, recognized, and empowered enough to go the extra mile for customers and colleagues; where the leadership is able to be authentic, transparent, and connected to their team. The Economy of Kindness: How Kindness Transforms Your Bottom Line provides real life examples of companies that have employed kindness as their secret weapon to build and maintain their organizations.

Author Linda Cohen reveals how clear communication and compassion are just two of the super powers corporations are using to excel in adversity.

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The Economy Of Kindness: How Kindness Transforms Your Bottom Line. A book by Linda Cohen, the Kindness Catalyst, keynote speaker and author of 1000 Mitzvahs
photos from the launch celebration hosted by Linda Cohen for her newest book publication.
“Linda Cohen is a delightful storyteller who helps us understand how kindness can be the ‘game changer’ in business and in life.”
J.J. Sorrenti

CEO, Best Life Brands

“Linda Cohen has shared so many ways and so many reasons to build a culture of kindness in our organizations. This book is an important read and an inspiration.”

Suzanne Washington

CEO, The Meals on Wheels People

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Linda’s Other Publication

1,000 Mitzvahs: How Small Acts of Kindness Can Heal Inspire and Change Your Life

1,000 Mitzvahs: How Small Acts of Kindness Can Heal, Inspire and Change Your Life

Shares Cohen’s two-and-a-half year journey from sorrow to inspiration through simple daily acts of kindness. She presents each mitzvah as a short vignette and the myriad forms they take – from helping the elderly to donating to good causes to baking and collecting food for others – highlight the many ways in which one person can touch the lives of others. As she pursues her quest, Cohen finds that her life is improved by these small acts – that every time she goes out of her way to do something good for someone else, she enhances her own well-being.

I am a clinical psychologist. I found Ms. Cohen’s book to be about a profoundly simple, but not always easy way to be alive. Linda writes about transforming grief through performing “mitzvah’s” or loving kindnesses. She began as a way to honor her father’s life and passing. But her book is really about living in the here and now, and making powerful, seemingly simple connections with others as everyday acts of giving of yourself, and being in service. What healing therapy could be better! I recommend “1000 Mitzvahs” to my patients, and friends.
Anonymous

“More than a touching story of a daughter’s love for her father, 1,000 Mitzvahs is a testament to the transformational power of kindness, and a call to arms for those who would like to follow in Cohen’s footsteps with their own mitzvahs – no matter how large or small.”

“…Inviting readers of all faiths to embrace an altruistic approach to life… an active wife and mother of two, demonstrates that performing acts of kindness does not require excessive time or money, and the rewards for the giver and receiver are priceless.”

Kirkus Reviews