How Do I Produce Prosperity By Kent Gant Jr

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kent-gant-jrTired of picking between car payments or light bill payments? How about the simple things, like groceries or entertainment? No matter what the situation is, everything costs money. Today, money is a valuable resource, and God knows it. In his new and exciting book, Kent Jr. will reveal the different steps he took to get God’s attention and share the wisdom he has to get results.

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About The Author

Kent Jr. is a young author that has learned what it takes to get a financial breakthrough. He has worked almost ten years in the grocery business and has experienced different types of challenges, failures, and accomplishments. Having his associates degree in business has also helped Kent further his education on finances. Even at a young age, God has used him to help support the works of the kingdom.

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power-of-letting-goThe Power of Letting Go: Break Free From The Past And Future And Learn To Let God Take Control

Rev J. Martin

We all tend to hold onto things that have happened in the past. It can feel like we are pulling a cart behind us with all our troubles and worries, it slows us down, we can become tired, depressed, even jealous, as life seems so easy for others.

All we need to do is LET GO of the cart, and we will feel lighter and free, but often we have held onto it so long that it has become part of us. Many of the people we know are also carrying carts so that it can seem normal. We talk about how heavy are cart is with anyone that will listen, at no point do we realize that we can set down that heavy cart that is keeping us from Gods love.

We need to learn to Let go. In this book, I will share with you stories of people that struggled with letting go and what happened when they did.

God is only in the present moment; he is not in the past or future. The moment that we let go of the past God will turn the page to the next chapter of our life, which will be much better than the last.

It will take courage and faith, but I invite you to take this journey with me. By the end of the book, God will shine a light into your life that will illuminate you to…

THE POWER OF LETTING GO.

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The Basics Of Self-Publishing

Publishing Your Own Book Does Not Have To Be Hard At All
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Self-Publishing a book can be a very scary task; especially for a new author.

With so many companies and independent professionals out there, it can be rather intimidating to try and navigate its waters alone.

It is for this reason, the Self-Publishing Basics book was written.

There are a few rules to follow when venturing into the realm of publishing on your own. It is good to know what steps to take to avoid the many pitfalls that await an unsuspecting new author.

It is important to do your research when it comes to putting your own book up for publication.

So, what steps do you need to take to self-publish a book?

The first thing you need to consider is if you want to take on the responsibility.

Even though the allure of having a book out there with your name on it can be exciting, it takes a lot of work to be successful.

You have to be willing to wear many hats, or, be able to hire someone to help with the tasks of bringing your book to print.

You need to make sure that your manuscript is finished first and foremost. When I set out to publish my first book, I rushed to finish it because I was trying to take advantage of a special offer through a company I was working with. I didn’t realize that throwing my book together turned some people off from wanting to read any other work from me because the book was very poor quality. Even though I felt the story was a good one, it wasn’t developed properly and it showed.

It is also important to research your title. My first book shared the same title as a very successful author at the time, and it was hard to convince people that I hadn’t written my book under a pen name. You don’t want your book to share the same title as a book that is popular in its genre because it will only add to the competition for book sales.

For a detailed list of the steps you need  to take in order to successfully publish your own books, click here.

Until next time,

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3 Ways To Get New Clients Online

Is Finding Clients Online For Your Business Overwhelming?
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For an entrepreneur, finding clients  online can be a very daunting task.

You don’t have a sales team in place to go out and recruit clients for you like the big companies do.

Yet, you know that you need to have a consistent flow of clients in order to make enough money to grow your business and create a sustainable income for yourself.

In this post. you are going to learn three ways that you can get new clients for your business.

Blog. Blogging can be an excellent way to get your ideal clients to stand up and take notice of what it is that your company does. In order for a blog to be successful, you have to keep it updated regularly with good, high-quality content that can actually help to educate your potential client about the services that your company provides.

If you want your blog to serve its purpose, it is important to know the kinds of problems your client is looking to solve, then write an article that speaks to their problem and offers a solution. Having articles that solve problems will help to position you as the expert in your field of expertise, and in turn, could convert the prospect to a paying client.

Get Social. Social Media is not evil, especially if you know how to use it correctly. I look at social media as a big networking event that you can attend any time of the day or night and connect with people in your chosen field. You can establish connections that could propel your business to the place you really want it to be in. 

If your social media followers include most family and friends, it is time to rethink your circle of influence. Do some research to find out who the players are in your field, and start to connect with those people. You can’t expect your family and friends to want to do business with you, so start looking for the kinds of people who do, and go where they hang out online.

Don’t sign up for networks just because it may be what’s popular at the moment. Go with the networks you feel comfortable with and stick with those.

Host Virtual Events. Teleseminars and webinars are some of the easiest ways to get your message in front of your potential clients and customers. They are convenient because your prospect does not have to travel to get to the destination, and you can broadcast your message to hundreds and thousands of people at once without spending money to rent a conference room.

In order for a virtual event to work, you have to plan it like you would a live event. You have to invite people, then, when you get them to attend, you have to make the event exciting for them.  

A few other helpful tips for hosting a great virtual event:

  • Be sure to keep some water on hand. Depending on how long your virtual event will last, your mouth may get dry. Taking a few pauses for a sip of water will help keep your throat lubricated and your voice sounding natural.
  • Have handouts for your attendees to download beforehand. The handouts will encourage participation.
  • Allow questions. An interactive event is a fun event. If your prospect likes your delivery style, they may feel encouraged to work with you, or buy from you.

Hopefully, you have found this article to be helpful. If you like what you’ve read, then please feel free to share it with your circle of influence.

For more tips on growing your client base, you may also be interested in reading the article, ‘How To Increase Sales With Social Media.’ 

And, if you are looking to learn more about using social media to put your lead generation on autopilot for you, then click here.

Until next time,

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How To Set Up Your Free KDP Account With Amazon

This video was created in response to numerous requests from viewers of this video, on the steps needed to set up your account with KDP.

For those of you who may be unfamiliar, KDP is short for Amazon’s eBook self-publishing program called Kindle Direct Publishing.

KDP allows authors to publish their own books for purchase by owners of Amazon’s Kindle, or, users of the reading app.

By the way, if you don’t have a Kindle, or don’t have the app already loaded on your smartphone, you can actually download the app for free to read Kindle books on your computer, smartphone, or eReader that does not have the software already downloaded.

Amazon.com – Read eBooks using the FREE Kindle Reading App on Most Devices

Watch the video below to learn how to set up your publishing account with Amazon KDP.

Until next time,

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It Really Is About Mindset

The Important Role Mindset Plays In Your Life.

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Mindset is something you hear a lot about in the personal development realm.

“Change your thinking, change your life.”

And it is so true.

Mindset is so important.

If you don’t really believe in what you’re doing, that you can actually find success doing it, then you are wasting your time.

Success is never going to come to you if you don’t believe that you can truly have success.

And that kind of sucks.

To think that you can be trying so many different things, wondering why nothing is working, when the whole time it’s your mind that’s all messed up.

Just because others around you may have never experienced the kind of success that you want, does not mean that you will never have it.

If those people did not really believe that the things they were working so hard for was truly within their reach, then that explains why success never came to them.

YOU must believe.

There is no way around it.

Your mind has to see your future before you can ever embrace it.

Mindset is something that many entrepreneurs struggle with on a daily basis.

We know what we want; but to some of it, what we want seems so far out of reach.

It almost feels unreal that we can have something like the things that we want.

For some, it may be a nice home.

For others, a nice car.

Or, to be able to finally be debt free.

You can have that.

But, you have to see it, believe it, and then, you have to act.

It amazes me that such a simple principle is so hard for many to grasp.

If you live in the worst neighborhood now, do you really believe that you can live in your dream neighborhood?

Can you literally picture yourself walking through the home of your dreams?

Have you even taken a tour?

 

In order to experience true success, you have got to clean up your mind.

And, it will not happen overnight.

In fact, fixing your mindset takes discipline and practice.

I talk about mindset in my book, Break Free: How To Overcome Your Fears And Live The Life Of Your Dreams.

I was inspired to write the book almost ten years ago.

I was inspired to write the book because it had been revealed to me that there are so many people who have given up on their dreams because they don’t believe that they can come true.

I remember crying as I penned the book because I had allowed some of my own dreams to die because I didn’t believe that I could truly have the life that I wanted.

It seemed as if it was taking so long to get to the place where I really wanted to be, and, I gave up.

I quit.

My mind told me that I wasn’t as good as the next guy.

That I should settle for just being a good lil‘ employee and keep going to work for someone else.

That I wasn’t cut out for entrepreneurship.

My mind was conditioned to think that real success only came to certain people; and I wasn’t one of them.

It wasn’t until I stumbled upon a Youtube video by a young man named James Jordan, that I really started to realize how horrible my mindset had become.

James is in the internet marketing arena and has so many videos online about products and services.

But  the video I watched really made me think about some things that I had been doing.

I even had the privilege to talk with James on the phone, and some of the things he said to me during our conversation let me know that there were still lots of things mindset wise that I was doing wrong.

I wasn’t succeeding like I wanted to because I didn’t truly see myself doing so.

Your mindset has to be trained.

You have to see, hear and speak what you want daily.

We as humans are conditioned to focus on what we don’t want unknowingly.

“I don’t want to be fat.”

“I don’t want to be broke.”

Did you know that knowingly acknowledging what you don’t want actually attracts those things to you?

Think about it.

If you know that you deserve to have a better life, but aren’t really sure how to go about truly living the life you want, then read Break Free.

Of all the books that I have written, this book has been the most talked about.

Be sure to follow my blog because over the coming days I will be sharing with you how to change your mind and learn how to go after what you want.

Success is within your reach.

You just have to learn how to believe that it is.

Until next time,

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How To Work From Home Without Losing Your Sanity

 Automation in your business can keep stress at a minimum.

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Running a home-based business does not come without its share of stress.

Depending on what you do from your home office, you might find

yourself juggling many tasks at any given time.

This ‘juggling many tasks’ is what causes many home-based entrepreneurs to stress out and even quit in their entrepreneurial journey.

The key to working less is automation.

Using automated tools in your business can help to keep you from experiencing burnout from trying to do so much yourself.

In this article I am going to share with you a few ways that you can use automation in your home-based business to make things run much smoother, and keep you from losing your sanity.

The number one thing that should be automated is your lead generation process. If you have a mechanism in place to attract the information of people interested in your business, and a way to follow up with them without actually having to follow up with each individual person, you will start to notice some free time.

Of course, most online lead generation is done with an email autoresponder program. But, depending on the website platform you use, you can actually have people schedule a time to talk with you, right from your website. They can see when you have available time slots to talk with them, send you an email and set up an appointment.

I use a WordPress plugin called Appointy to help me book consultations and discovery calls, and the like. Appointy is free to use for up to 5 services, 1 staff member and unlimited bookings.

So, say for example you are a photographer, you could use a scheduling software such as this one to have clients schedule shootings with you, book you for weddings and other events, and the list goes on.

Freelance writers could use this to have clients schedule interviews for projects, schedule coaching sessions, and so on. There are many possibilities.

Another thing you may want to consider automating is your follow up process.

Once someone has purchased from you, you should not leave it at that.

You should follow up, make sure they were satisfied with your services, or, that they were able to access their download, or use your product correctly.

All of this can be set up in your email marketing software and activated upon payment. That way, once the payment is received, the emails automatically start, and you don’t have to individually respond to each person.

Do you feel that headache sort of easing up now?

One other thing that automation may help with is your social media marketing.

We in the online business arena, know that we have to be active on social media.

But it is easy to get lost in all of the tweets and posts and shares and tags.

One way that I have found that makes it easy to broadcast to social media is by using a tool called Hootsuite.

Hootsuite allows you to schedule posts to go out to social media.

You can schedule your posts for the week, and even the month.

I have found that a good mix of automated posts and live posts offer more opportunities for active engagement. And, it frees you up from being chained to a computer all day long.

I also have my blog posts set up to automatically populate my Facebook page and my Twitter account once they are published. This helps with the syndication of your blog posts.

I hope that you have found this article to be helpful.

If you like this article, you can get more content like this, along with helpful videos, tutorials and more when you connect with me in my email community for entrepreneurs. You can connect with me here.

Until next time,

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How To Increase Sales With Social Media

How To Use Social Media To Generate Targeted Leads For Your Business

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It seems as if the whole world is on social media these days.

You can post, tweet, tag and share pieces of your life with billions of people at the touch of a button.

But how do you as an author or entrepreneur use social media to your advantage without coming across as an annoying sales person?

If you are a business person on social media, there is a way that you can use this powerful platform to connect with the types of people you want to connect with, who are eager to connect with you as well.

These people will be more willing to buy something from you as well, but you have to know the proper way to use social media so that you are not sounding like a ‘spam artist’, and you are able to grow a genuine following of people who honestly and sincerely want to be connected to you.

I love social media.

But not for the reasons most do.

I don’t use social media to make friends per se; I use it to connect with people who may be interested in what I have to offer, which is information.

I get lots of friends requests, and before I accept them, I look at their posts.

If they are always complaining about their job, I accept their request.

If they are always posting about their opportunity, I accept their request.

If they are always posting about their businesses, I accept their request.

Basically, I look for people who have problems that I know how to solve, and when they friend request me, I gladly accept them.

I then inbox them to introduce myself to them and learn more about them.

See, in internet marketing, it is all about relationships, and people may not want to join your opportunity, buy your book, or anything else the first time they meet you.

It takes a little time.

If I don’t know you, I am not giving you my money; but if you and I talk, then I may be interested in what you’re selling, but I would at least like to hear from you first in a non-salesy manner.

Some people may take a while to build the relationship with, but you treat them in the same way you would anyone you are trying to get to know.

After I talk with them for a while, I then ask them a few questions to find their pain points.

Once I have found those, I look to see if they can benefit from any of the products I have, or any of the business opportunities that I may be promoting at the time.

If their responses are not what I want at the time, I may follow up with them, but I don’t pressure them.

I want people who are looking for what I have, so there is no need to waste time trying to convince someone who does not want to be convinced.

I also browse through groups on Facebook  looking for people who are looking for opportunities. I send them a friend request, chop it up with them a bit to see where they are and how serious they are and then, decide whether to continue the convo or move on.

I also look for people on Twitter, and Instagram by using certain hashtags.

The key here is to look for people who are making it known that they are looking for an opportunity, and then introduce yourself.

If you know that what you are selling is a good fit for this person, then you can share your link to your lead capture page.

Not an opportunity page; your lead capture page.

If the person is interested in what you are doing or selling but not yet ready to transition into your business, at least you have them as a lead, and you can now share things with them concerning your opportunity, your business, your services, etc.

You have to capture them first, then use your emails to build the relationship to convert them from a lead to a customer.

If you would like to learn more list building strategies, you might be interested in a resource that I put together called Autopilot Leads. You can download your own copy of ‘Autopilot Leads’ by clicking here.

Until next time,

Sandra N Peoples

Has It Really Been That Long?

Apps For Busy Moms, Busy Professionals, And Busy Writers
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I cannot believe that it has been two months since I last posted on my blog!

Shame on me.

As much as I preach the importance of blogging consistently, I guess I need to be a better example.

Well, I have been super busy with my clients blogs, writing books and articles, and teaching.

My blog has sort of taken a back seat to my business.

Over the past few months though, I have seen that it takes a lot to run a business, get the clients, and then commit to doing to work that you have been hired to do.

And, if you’re not careful, it’s really easy to get stressed out and fall behind on projects.

So, I decided that I needed to find a balance between it all.

I went online in search of ways to make being a full-time writer, mom, and entrepreneur, a little easier.

Here’s what I found. Hopefully you find the information helpful as well.

And if you like what you read here, please feel free to share it with all of your friends and followers.

We writers are generally very busy people.

I use apps for everything in my life.

There are also apps to help you manage your writing career as well.

This article talks about 7 Apps For Writers To Boost Their Creativity.

As a small business owner and entrepreneur, we know that managing all of the different hats that we have to wear can be a bit overwhelming.

If you have a smartphone however, managing all of those hats can be a lot easier.

Discover the 20 Best Apps For Small Business Owners.

And finally, being a full-time business owner, writer and mom, you have to find a way to keep it all together to maintain your sanity, right?

Well, sometimes motherhood alone can be enough to send you into overwhelm.

These 5 Best Apps For Working Moms should also prove to be helpful with balancing a full life.

Hopefully you have found something to help you balance your business, life, and motherhood.

Until next time,

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Forbidden Secrets Of The Goody Box

From The Self Published Life Blog

Valerie J. Lewis-Coleman

 BIO


 

Valerie J. Lewis Coleman has helped thousands of women find relational fulfillment. With over twenty years of experience in family and relationships, this expert explains how to identify the four types of male hunters, avoid seventy percent of men who only want the goody box and win the heart of Mr. Right-For-You. She shares how she overcame personal struggles and offers proven techniques to help you get off the crazy cycle of relational demise in her novel The Forbidden Secrets of the Goody Box!
Excerpt:
 

The Forbidden Secrets of the Goody Box

What your father didn’t tell you and your mother didn’t know

 Chapter 1

 For the Love of Vincent

 Sunday-morning service stirred Debra Hampton’s heart. The poignant message convinced her to resolve a matter that had her torn for almost a year. She had been undecided about whether to marry her live-in boyfriend, Vincent. He didn’t share her religious beliefs and refused to go with her to church, but she knew that he was the best man for her. He laughed at her silly antics, talked with her about her ambitions and encouraged her to greatness. He made her the focal point of his life and involved her in every decision no matter how minute. But it was his touch that held her hostage, kept her toying with God’s love by giving herself to a man who was not her husband.
With her head bowed to hide the free-flowing tears, she exited the church without speaking to anyone. She sat in her Mercedes S550, took a moment to freshen her makeup, expelled a sigh of relief. She looked to Heaven through the panorama sunroof, smiled, closed her eyes, gave thanks. The decision to accept Vincent’s proposal resonated; filled her with peace as she trusted the Lord with her soul mate.
The thirty-minute drive from the inner-city church to her suburban home gave her ample time to reflect upon the life they would build together: three children, business partnership and unlimited mind-blowing sex. The rush of blood to her southern bell—the name her mother called her vagina when she was a child—gave her pause. Fortunately, she was stopped at a red light. She clicked through the Sirius Satellite stations and then opted to enjoy tunes Vincent had downloaded to her iPod a few nights prior.
As she turned into Creekwood Estates—a lavish community north of Dayton—she admired the mansion-sized homes set hundreds of feet from the street. Manicured lawns featured rows of exotic trees, shrubbery and blooming flowers. Cobblestone driveways boasted luxury cars and backyards had customized gym sets or in-ground pools.
Her stucco and brick palatial home was small in comparison to those of her neighbors, but it was big enough for her family-to-be. She loved the side-entry, three-car garage because it camouflaged the unpacked moving boxes from passersby. She parked in the usual spot—closest to the mudroom door—and then she smiled wide. “He’s home.”
Debra grabbed her purse and Bible and then jaunted into the house. She placed her belongings on the granite countertop, careful not to make noise. Since the television wasn’t locked on a sporting event, Vincent had to be resting in the master suite. A 3,500-square-foot home and he preferred the family room and bedroom.
She slipped off her stilettos, tiptoed up the stairs. Her heart beat faster with each step. She wiped her palms together to dry the sweaty moisture, pressed her ear to the door. His subtle snores seeped through. She giggled and then covered her mouth to halt the escape of more laughter.
She opened the door, peeked in, swung it wide. “Vincent! What the devil?”
“Debra, what are you doing here?” After a quick dismount, he rummaged the floor for his Fruit of the Looms. “When’d you get home?”
“Who is this woman and why is she in my bed?” She ran to the side of the bed, towered over her betrayer. Breath stalled in her throat, eyes widened. “Catherine!”
Catherine—the first person to welcome Debra to the neighborhood—reached for her clothes, scurried to dress.
Debra lunged at her, snatched her by the ponytail, drew back her fist. Just as she connected with Catherine’s right jaw, Vincent grabbed Debra around the waist, pulled her away. She flailed her arms, kicked at his shins, head-butted him in the mouth. When he released her, she pursued Catherine who was halfway down the stairs, underwear in tow.
Debra leapt from the top stair, using Catherine as a landing pad. Spewing expletives, she pummeled her in the back of the head, until Vincent pulled her off.
He tightened his grip on Debra’s arms, spun her around to look him in the eyes. “Stop it!” A trickle of blood oozed from the corner of his mouth.
“I cannot believe you had that female up in my house.” The same channels that had released tears of joy now flooded her face in sadness. “Vincent, how could you?” She watched Catherine sprint through the backyard; battered, bruised and butt-naked.
“I tried to tell you, but—”
“You tried to tell me what? The last thing I knew, you were looking for an engagement ring.”
“I was…for Catherine.”
Debra’s head danced like a bobble-head doll, her vision blurred. Her body quivered and then went slack as she collapsed in Vincent’s arms.
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
A few minutes later, Debra awoke on the family-room couch. She picked up the note that set on the table.
Debra,
I’m sorry you had to find out like this. I’ll be back to get my things. I love you, but not enough to make you my wife.
Vincent
As she let the note float to the floor, the back door opened and then closed. The man whom she was willing to love forever had tiptoed out of the house and driven out of her life.
The agony of unreciprocated love left Debra in despair. Virtual restrainers confined her to the bedroom—the viaduct of deceit. She cried until her body heaved and the reservoir of tears was empty.

Where you can purchase the book:
 http://www.thegoodyboxbook.com/the-store/

http://www.amazon.com/Forbidden-Secrets-Goody-Box-ebook/dp/B004ZS90KY/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1312430841&sr=1-1

 Contacting Valerie:
 www.TheGoodyBoxBook.com

Also by Valerie:

 Valerie J. Lewis Coleman, changing

the world one author at a time!
  • Self-Publishing Made Easy – Master self-publishing to make money!
  • The Forbidden Secrets of the Goody Box – What your father didn’t tell you and your
    mother didn’t know. 
    Click here to
    read the first chapter. For Kindle, 
    click here; for Nook and other formats, click here.
  • Blended Families An Anthology – A real account of life in a stepfamily because
    we are not the Brady Bunch! There’s a blessing in the blending! 
    Click here to read stories.  For Kindle, click here; for Nook and other formats, click here.
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What Celebrities Can Teach Us About Book Promotion

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When a celebrity becomes an author, it seems as if the whole world knows about it because their book promotion team works hard to make that happen, right.

So why doesn’t the whole world know about our books as self-published authors?

One big thing I have noticed about celebrities is that everything they do, their fans (and even those of us who could care less) know about it. And they show up by the masses in support.

Authors are celebrities, but the vast majority of us have not embraced that fact just yet.

If we did, we would understand the importance of having a book promotion team, a glamor team, a publicist, and so on and so forth,

Noticed I said team. You have to learn how to delegate in the areas where you are not the strongest, or those areas that are going to take too much of your time away from writing. (That’s what authors do, right?)

A book promotion team can help us to get the word out about our books much faster than we can doing everything alone.

We need book bloggers because their job is to blog about books, and the more blogs our books appear on, the better our chances are of having our books purchased.

Our glamour team can make sure that we look good for any photo opportunities that may arise. You know what they say, you never get a second chance to make a first impression.

Our publicist can make sure that the newspapers and magazines know who we are and when we will be in town signing books, or when we will be having our next big event, and so on and so forth. They work hard to publicize us so that people know why they should take notice of us.

If we really understood the celebrity status we possess as being authors, we would really start to treat our book promotion as an integral part of our career.

Celebrities go all out. They happen to show up where they know cameras and other influential people will be so that they stay in the forefront of the lives of their loyal fans and followers. They constantly tweet about their contests and update their statuses (well, it’s probably someone they have paid to do it, but, you catch my drift). We like and share their statuses, we follow them, we retweet them. Why? Because they are someone that we admire, right?

As authors, our book promotion should make us someone that our readers admire. Someone that our readers want to retweet and follow and be wherever we are.

So, I want you to take a look at what you are doing to promote your book. Are you seriously taking your career as an author as seriously as you should? Be honest. Most of you, the vast majority of you, are not. Don’t feel bad. I said the vast majority (myself included).

Start to take your own writing career seriously. Build your team of people that are going to work to make you stand out so that you too can become a household name.

Start embracing your celebrity.

Until next time,

 

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