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No More Typical Marketing Excuses: 3 Must-Have Social Media Marketing Books You Should Read Today

No More Typical Marketing Excuses: 3 Must-Have Social Media Marketing Books You Should Read Today

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Let’s face it; every company needs an effective online presence in today’s socially connected world.  Some companies view social media as a waste of time, while others simply remain skeptical... read more

Klout Matters: Book Review

Klout Matters: Book Review

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Authors: Gina Carr and Terry Brock Publisher: McGraw-Hill - October 16, 2013 Pages: 240 pages ISBN-10: 0071827315 Price: Paperback: $13.39 Price: Kindle: $9.99 Book Review It is really difficult to... read more

Hashtags … Oh My … They Are Everywhere!

Hashtags … Oh My … They Are Everywhere!

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You can’t avoid them. They are on your TV. They are in press releases. They are used in radio discussions, ads, even billboards. Blogs are loaded with them, not to... read more

How Much Can Indie Authors Realistically Make?

How Much Can Indie Authors Realistically Make?

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A good decision is based on knowledge and not on numbers ~ Plato Two friends have told me this week that they’re disappointed in the sales of their first book,... read more

How to Write Your First E-Book in 7 Easy Steps

How to Write Your First E-Book in 7 Easy Steps

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Write an E-Book. It’s not as intimidating as it sounds. One of my clients, besides being enthusiastic and entertaining (it’s always more fun to work with someone who loves what... read more

Creative Confidence: Book Review

Creative Confidence: Book Review

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Creative Confidence : Unleashing the Creative Potential Within Us All Authors: Tom Kelly and David Kelly Publisher: Crown Business - October 15, 2013 Pages: 304 pages ISBN-10: 038534936X Price: Hardcover:... read more

“Goals Are for Losers?”  “Success Comes From Failure?”

“Goals Are for Losers?” “Success Comes From Failure?”

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According to Dilbert creator Scott Adams, the answers are “yes” and “yes.” You can read the full article in today’s Wall Street Journal – just click here. In this remarkable... read more

Markets and Morality: Why We Shouldn’t Trust Markets with Our Civic Life

Markets and Morality: Why We Shouldn’t Trust Markets with Our Civic Life

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About a month ago, I finished up a series about Michael Sandel’s book, What Money Can’t Buy. I really enjoyed reading through the chapters and chewing on the material. As... read more

15 Insights to Ensure Ideas Create Massive Impact [Book Review]

15 Insights to Ensure Ideas Create Massive Impact [Book Review]

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“For the first time ever, we live in a time where ideas can spread based not on who created them and how important or rich that person is but instead... read more

Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson, A Book Review

Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson, A Book Review

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When I was a boy growing up in South Australia, I distinctly remember the day the news broke that President John F. Kennedy had been assassinated. I remember it because... read more

Struggle Does Not Mean Bad: Choices and Illusions, Part 3

Struggle Does Not Mean Bad: Choices and Illusions, Part 3

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In Part 1, we took a closer look at the first 6 chapters of Eldon Taylor’s book, Choices and Illusions. There were some great stories about how our thoughts can... read more

Why Do I Need an Editor

Why Do I Need an Editor

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Greetings! Rachel has asked me – an editor – to write about why writers need editors. I was a strong believer in editors even before I became one. When I... read more

What Was Your Last Original Thought: Choices and Illusions, Part 2

What Was Your Last Original Thought: Choices and Illusions, Part 2

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In yesterday’s post, we looked at the first 6 chapters of Eldon Taylor’s book, Choices and Illusions. There were some great stories about how our thoughts can have a tangible... read more

The 9 1/2 Principles of Innovative Service, by Chip Bell [Book Review]

The 9 1/2 Principles of Innovative Service, by Chip Bell [Book Review]

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Chip Bells’ book may look deceptively like a little kid’s picture book on the outside, but it is a very well-written instruction book about customer service. Living in the real... read more

Be Your Book—Tips to Getting Your Book Self-Published

Be Your Book—Tips to Getting Your Book Self-Published

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I recently self-published my first novel on Amazon/Kindle, New & Improved! A Political Thriller. It follows the exciting and dangerous exploits of Ben Coleman, a NYC advertising hotshot creative director.... read more