Pros and cons for high tech and low tech. Sometimes low tech is best.

There is a tendency in our culture to equate technology, particularly anything new and advanced, as always being superior to anything that came before it. I frequently see posts making fun of how things were done only a few years ago. That’s all well and good, and sometimes I wholeheartedly agree, but as with many…

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5 Questions for Creating an Amazing Happy New Year — 2018

Now that Christmas is past, people are naturally doing year-end reviews and looking toward 2018. You will see this reflected in news stories, articles, and in sponsored Facebook posts. There will be lots of tips on how to set your SMART goals, develop and keep your New Year Resolutions, how to pick out the perfect…

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How Come No One Ever Procrastinates about Procrastinating?

Summer is a great time for vacations, time with family, gardening, sports, reading, and, of course, taking care of business. As I approach my 21st year as an entrepreneur, I can’t help but look at the patterns of what seems to work for people, and what doesn’t. What works is when business owners and authors…

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How to Get into A Publicity and Marketing State of Mind

Something I hear quite often is, “Oh no. I have to start publicizing and marketing my book? All I want to do is write or all I want to do is work in my business. Publicity and marketing is another entire job.” While it’s true that marketing and publicizing your book and your business takes…

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Publicity, Marketing and Confidence

Sound Bite: Believing in yourself is not very expensive. It’s free! I got a note out of the blue a couple of months ago inviting me to be a guest on a web series called The Happy, Healthy and Hot Web Series, hosted by Sarah Chippenfield. –Happy, Healthy, and Hot? I didn’t really think this…

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How to Sound Like a Savvy Pro Podcaster

Podcasts are a fabulous way to get the word out about your book and business. Most shows focus on particular subject matter, so the listening audience is made up of people very interested in that particular topic, rather than being more broad-based, which is the case with many radio shows. Whether you’re hosting a show,…

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Willingness, Determination, Persistence – Keys to your Publicity and Marketing Success

One thing I love about Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen is their attitude. You may remember them as the two who launched the Chicken Soup for the Soul series of books, which was hugely popular. From 1994 until now they sold millions and millions of copies of that series of books. Jack and Mark…

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Publicity and Marketing Ideas for Upcoming Podcast Resurrection

Last week I announced that I’m going to resurrect my podcast show and I asked for show ideas since my purpose for this is to provide tips and suggestions that would be helpful for you. Thank you so much to everyone who took the time to give me their suggestions! If I was worried about…

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