What are the things that you are thankful for the year 2016? In this blog post, we will reflect on the past year and list the things we are grateful and more. I also have a challenge for you at the end. Let’s celebrate with gratitude!
It triggered my fear. Last weekend my husband CJ and I were out on the trails for a bike/run. I bike, he runs. We were looking for a new trail in Boulder, CO and got lost trying to find it. I was riding along a road in a neighborhood that doesn’t have a shoulder. Plus, […]
There are so many things you can do when publishing and marketing your books. And some days we can feel overwhelmed with all the details. Today, I will share with you several things that helped me be less overwhelmed and less burdened by all the things I need to do.
On a level of 1 to 10, where is your passion for life and your work today?
Ay, ay, ay! Let’s face it. Life as an author can get lonely. Can I get an Amen? Although I’m always connected with people online, I still often feel lonely.
We were locked out! No matter what we did, it wouldn’t budge!
Sometimes we simply learn by doing. I’m currently working on the marketing plan for my upcoming book, “Broken Crayons Still Color.” However, much of what I’m doing is new to me with this book because it’s so different from my other book projects.
I know, it’s probably TMI (Too Much Information), but I didn’t even brush my teeth before my podcast interview yesterday as a guest on Chris Syme’s “The Smarty Pants Book Marketing Podcast”. Thankfully it was an audio-only interview. LOL
Your story matters. But do you ever feel fear creep in when writing about your past and sharing your story? In today’s training I share 7 tips on how you can overcome the fear of writing about your past and be able to share your story to those who need it.
Is busyness good business? Sometimes we spin our wheels and spend a lot of time on a task but when we look back, it seems like we haven’t accomplished anything. In today’s episode, we will talk about busyness and how it relates to us as authors.