Well, as I near the completion of my next book, Working From Home & Making It Work, I’m putting my own words to the test. You’ll notice in most of my blogs I often relate one’s writing journey to that of an entrepreneur’s – especially since many of the qualities you need to “develop” to be successful at both are quite similar. I’ve studied and learned a lot over my 27 years as an entrepreneur, including what works and what doesn’t. Here are my top 10 tips:
My next book project is called, Working From Home & Making It Work ©, based on almost thirty years of experience and independent study. It’s a compilation of some of my more recent inspirational keynotes, a hands-on interactive workshop by the same name, and the individual mentoring and consulting I do with clients. I thought I would invite you on my journey as I complete the creative process and next steps to finally bringing it to fruition … and perhaps along the way offer you encouragement to put pen to paper or fingers to your keyboard, so you too can share your insights and passions with others.
The explosive growth and evolution of technology and the internet has definitely changed many industries, including the writing and publishing world. In fact, right now, I bet you’re shaking your head in agreement … and maybe even in confusion. And you’re not alone. Lots of opinions and perspectives run rampant for both the positives and the negatives.
If you’re a regular follower of my blog, you’ve probably noticed that I like to share content that will empower you in all areas of your life – whether you wish to be a successful writer / author, teacher, parent or business owner. I like to offer you tools that can be used again and again, as you move forward on your journey. In keeping with my last post, I have some more questions for you below.
How would accomplishing this goal change your life, personally and professionally – for you, your family, friends, colleagues or clients? Look at all angles. Would you be happy with these changes or might it be helpful to adjust your goal slightly – to ensure that the outcomes you are striving for have a lasting and positive affect all, where possible?