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5 Ways Writing a Book Will Change Your Life

18 Oct, 2017 Book Writing

Imagine if you have the solution to someone else’s problem, but without your book they never found it? There’s no reason NOT to write your book, but a million reasons why you SHOULD. Getting your book on paper is just the tip of the iceberg; not only will you book significantly change the lives of […]

Share Your Story, Leave a Legacy

11 Oct, 2017 Book Writing,Books and Literature

Imagine if you have the solution to someone else’s problem, but because you didn’t share your story, they never found it. Not telling your story is a missed opportunity to make a difference in people’s lives, as well as yours. When you bring your passions and experience together to write a book, you become the […]

5 Ways to Defeat Self-Doubt for Authors

3 Oct, 2017 Personal Development,Self Improvement

Self-doubt plagues even the most confident writers. In today’s Digital Age, when we’re so easily exposed to the opinions and judgments of others, it can become difficult not to let it affect our own self-perception. As a writer and author, self-doubt can be a huge obstacle in the creative process. Not only can it impede […]

Self-Publishing Is Easier Than You Think, Here’s How to Get Started…

27 Sep, 2017 Book Writing,Desktop Publishing

Do you have a story? A story that could profoundly change the lives of others? I believe everyone has a story, and getting your book into the hands of those who need it most is the greatest legacy you can leave. Before I became an author, I didn’t know a lot about self-publishing. The biggest […]

A Step-By-Step Guide to More Effective Writing

20 Sep, 2017 Book Writing,Books and Literature

When I first started writing my book I only knew one thing for sure: I wanted to tell my story because I knew my story mattered. I know you have a story just waiting to get into the hands to those who need it most. I want to help you share your story because it […]

5 Ways “Book Bound” Will Make You an Author

13 Sep, 2017 Book Writing,Books and Literature

It’s that time of year again! “Book Bound By The Sea” is just around the corner. Most “Book Bounders” will agree this 2-and-a-half day event will get your book OUT of your head and ON to paper. What have hundreds of authors experienced at “Book Bound,” and what’s waiting for you whenever you’re ready to […]

5 Tricks for Sticking to Your Guns When Willpower Is Low

6 Sep, 2017 Books and Literature,Productivity,Self Improvement

Whatever your goal, lack of willpower can sabotage even the best intentions. What do you want to achieve? Do you want to…. Write a book? Start a business? Get a promotion? Be a public speaker? Shed a few pounds? Buy a new car? Change the world? Goals come in all shapes and sizes, big and […]

Your People-Pleasing Habits May Be Problematic

30 Aug, 2017 Personal Development,Self Improvement

People-pleasing isn’t always a bad thing and it certainly doesn’t make you a bad person. On the plus side, you just want others to be happy and comfortable. However, the negative side of people-pleasing could be a compromise of your values or opportunities to be taken advantage of. Take a close look at a few […]

Are You Taking More Than You Give?

23 Aug, 2017 Leadership,Personal Development,Self Improvement

Early in my career, I learned the most valuable piece of advice that has stuck with me decades later. “You can have everything in life you want if you’ll just help enough other people get what they want.” This lesson came, of course from my mentor Zig Ziglar. The idea that to get what you […]

Why Do We Make Bad Decisions? (And How to Stop!)

16 Aug, 2017 Personal Development,Self Improvement

Hindsight is always 20/20. Have you ever looked back on a poor decision and thought, “what was I thinking?” We’ve all been there! Bad decisions don’t happen by chance. There is almost always a driving force influencing your decision, and it’s usually not a good one. Whether you call them reasons, excuses or habits, here […]

Science Says You Need to Laugh More… And So Do I!

9 Aug, 2017 Personal Development,Self Improvement

It’s hard to feel stressed when you’re laughing. But laughter can do a whole lot more for you than just stress relief — laughter can make you more productive. Researchers have compared laughter to that of a “potent drug” with “contagious powers” and a lengthy list of benefits for both mind and body. Check out […]

Are You Stuck in a Rut?

3 Aug, 2017 Panic and Anxiety,Personal Development,Self Improvement

It’s a phrase we’ve all heard: stuck in a rut. When I thought about being “stuck in a rut,” I became curious of where the phrase even came from. So I did a bit of research and here’s what I found: The phrase is thought to have originated in the early 1800s when the wheels […]

Why is Making a Change so Hard?

26 Jul, 2017 Panic and Anxiety,Productivity,Self Improvement

Maybe you’ve experienced this before (I know I have!): Knowing you want to make a change, yet struggling to take the necessary actions. Good things come to those who wait, right? But what if you want results now? Why is making a change so hard? I’m talking about long-term, meaningful changes, not switching from three […]

Are You Letting a Small Setback Stop You?

19 Jul, 2017 Productivity,Self Improvement

Here’s a question: when you hit a roadblock, do you get up, dust yourself off and try again, or stay down and give up? I have to be honest here: I’ve done both, and you know what? Staying down and giving up on myself never felt good. In the moment, it may seem like the […]

It’s Time to Find a Mentor

11 Jul, 2017 Personal Development,Self Improvement

The entire course of my life changed when Zig Ziglar became my mentor! Aside from the fact, Zig was a master in personal development, inspiration and motivation, having a mentor coach me through my personal and professional life, kept me on course to achieve my fullest potential, and then some. You may have never considered […]

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