The landscape of our work has continued to evolve over the years. We believe that this is a great thing, and representative of our individual and collective growth, and the ripple effect of our efforts and that of our clients and colleagues. We’re committed as ever to you, our reader, to present an abundance of motivational reads, information about online and in-person events, and exceptional expertise on a variety of subjects including, of course, publishing, business, self-development, and entrepreneurship in today’s fast-moving culture and climate of change.
The Day an Angel Came to Visit is sure to become a family keepsake for all who read it, as it gently takes us through a very poignant time of life, the loss of a loved one. In the case of this precious prose, it’s the loss of Cori’s little boy at the tender age of four and half years . . . Cori’s words helps young and old alike to embrace times like these with courage, incredible appreciation for the ones we miss, and profound joy in the dreams and memories that we hold dear.
You might think you’d like to hire a ghostwriter to write your book for you, however, there’s wisdom in considering what your actual needs are first. This way, whether you decide to write your book yourself or have someone else do it for you, you’ll make a better decision overall. You will also have a better appreciation for the depth and breadth of the work you are investing in . . .
Over and over again, the value of one-to-one coaching and consulting has been proven indispensable in most of our careers, especially when we’ve aligned ourselves with the right person . . . for us. Although many coaching and consulting models for business owners and authors have changed to try and reach the masses, I still believe that having a meaningful conversation with an authentic expert one-to-one can pay significant dividends over group sessions. Both can be very beneficial, of course . . .
Let’s explore some tangible ways for you to take your book ideas and concepts and turn them into reality. There’s no real right or wrong way to create/write. However, if you are going to make it work, you need to make room in your life to write– just like you would a hobby, sport, or course of study. Very few writers can steal away for weeks or months at a time to create their masterpiece/bestseller. So what’s your Plan B?
Most will agree they have at least one book in them. Since I have written a total of three books so far, I can tell you it’s really not as daunting as it sounds, it’s actually very exciting and freeing . . . when you’re ready and you have the right support in place. So, what’s your story? Have you always dreamed of writing a book? Are you a business owner with a particular area of expertise? If so, where do you start?
To write a new story is a great metaphor for many things in our lives. Sometimes it’s about creating healthier habits. It could be initiating important changes in the way you contribute to your key relationships, or making a decision to move beyond an existing situation. Either way, what’s most important is recognizing the choices we have and acting on those choices with honesty, wisdom, and compassion. As we know, the outcomes that develop are stronger decision-making skills, more confidence, courage, personal happiness, and fulfillment of purpose.
The stories in Hearts Linked by Courage from the CMHA York and South Simcoe Speakers’ Bureau both educate and inspire, and address the many choices and turning points in each journey. They instil confidence and belief that, no matter the circumstance, we are strong enough to rise above the most challenging situations life can dish out. They have opened their hearts, bared their souls, and bravely revealed to us the light at the end of the tunnel.
If you daydream often, or lay awake thinking and imagining what it would be like to have . . . more confidence, a larger network, loving relationships, your own business, meaningful success, or yes, even your name on a book you’ve authored. . . I’m here to tell you it is possible. Here’s how.
If this question was posed to you personally, you might say yes or no, depending on what your favourite genre was, and/or what your literary influences have been to date. You’d also likely agree that you have indeed read books you didn’t think were quite worthy of being published. . .