You’ve seen Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs I bet. Making the impact you want to make shows up way at the top under “self-actualization” – achieving one’s full potential. Even making a difference with a book, what I teach authors how to do, falls pretty high on the pyramid, under esteem needs. … Continued
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A lot of people think it takes a long time to write a book, but when they are saying this, they are conflating a LOT of different things. • The act of figuring out what you are going to write about • The act of keeping your fears about your worth at bay • The … Continued
“Tell it to my heart. Tell me I’m the only one. Is this really love or just a…”
SCCCREEEEACHHH – BAM – SLLLLLLLIDE
Yup, I was full-voicin’ me some Taylor Dayne when my 1977 Nova slammed into a telephone pole and spun out into the beautifully manicured lawn of some wealthy Connecticut family.
Now in today’s message, I’m going to tell you exactly how to write a book for the first time. But first, we have to talk about my first car accident.
Keep reading to find out what happened to that old Nova.
To most coaches, healers, and experts, the idea of choosing the right clients is far out of reach. They don’t have clients, or enough clients, so they need to take all the business they can get. But for a successful transformational author, who wrote the right book in the right way (as I’ve been covering … Continued
Thanks again to the thousands of you who have been tuning into my Thanksgiving week live Facebook broadcasts about How To Write A Book That Gets Clients Begging To Work With You. So far we’ve covered how to pick the right book topic, how authors really make money, and why most new authors fail. This … Continued
Thank you for all your comments and messages about my Thanksgiving Week mini-series, How To Write A Book That Creates Clients! We’ve already covered how to pick the right book topic and how authors actually make money. I’m continuing the series today with an unmissable training on Why Most First-Time Authors Fail. According to the … Continued
Did you know that the vast majority of authors do not make money from book sales? If you write a book and publish with a traditional publisher, Someone IS making money, just not you. It’s the PUBLISHERS who make money when books sell. Publishers usually take about 90% of the sale proceeds of a book. … Continued
For Thanksgiving Week I’ve decided to do something special as a way to give back to everyone who is helping, supporting, and participating in my mission to change the world, one book at a time. At 11am ET each day I’m going to broadcast a five-part mini series live on Facebook, where I’ll teach the … Continued
I’ve been working on this post for a long time because I wasn’t sure how to share this with you. I’m afraid you might think I’m a bit of a whack job when I tell you what I know about your book. It’s not something many people can really wrap their heads around, but your … Continued
Hey, real quick… I just wanted to make sure you saw this opportunity! If writing a non-fiction book is on your 2015 plans, you don’t want to miss this chance to get nearly 50% off the price of my signature Your Delicious Book program. What’s the catch? Well it’s pretty simple – you’ve got to … Continued