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The fact that you are in business suggests that people are interested in what you have to say, and would be interested to read a book written by you. Understanding what you have to say goes to the heart of your brand. It’s why you get out of bed every morning and why you do […]
The key to any new project is to prioritise its importance. There are times in our lives when we really don’t have time to take on a new project. If this is the case for you right now, it’s probably best to put your book on hold. However, if you’re really keen to get your […]
As a business owner, have you thought about writing a book as part of your Marketing Strategy? Does it sound like a long and arduous task? Digital and audio book versions are part of the frontier of global business expansion. They are a powerful medium for taking your information, ideas, techniques, and expert knowledge further than ever […]
Guiding people through the process of writing a book can be a rewarding process. But while people are usually excited about the prospect of becoming a published author, there are a number of common doubts. Over the coming months, I’ll address the top ten concerns people raise about publishing their own book, namely: Where do I start? […]
Many of you would be familiar with the concept that writing a book opens up a wonderful opportunity to securing speaking engagements. Well, that is precisely what I am doing….writing a book with the primary objective of securing speaking gigs. With both my book and speaking, I believe I can reach and help a greater […]
You may have heard that everyone has a book in them. Well…I truly believe that. Whilst everyone may have a book in them…not everyone will go ahead and get that book out on ‘paper’ and published. After being inspired by a few key people of influence I had been speaking with recently and receiving a […]
Each of us has an unconscious blueprint (TM) which influences how we interpret and respond to the world. This blueprint affects how we see ourselves and impacts our relationships with others including important business and workplace relationships with our staff, managers and colleagues.