I work daily with author and coaching clients, and the fundamentals of success remain the same in many ways. Here, I’ve included a few excerpts from each of my Process to Prosperity Series’ posts (Staying Power, Daily Disciplines, and Recalibrate), so you can read all three or pick the one that resonate most for where you’re at. Enjoy.
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.
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?
This post focuses on the current process of scheduling book signing events with Indigo Chapters stores; however, some of these tips are helpful regardless of the venue. Keeping in mind that things are constantly evolving and changing, here are eight great tips that will help you in scheduling successful book signing events/dates.
The value of assessing progress and process, followed by the smallest of consistent, incremental changes, can equal significant results . . . At the beginning of each year, and often each season, I evaluate what’s working and what changes I want or need to make.