Worrying. Seems to be pretty common these days – and for some people, it is the way they function consistently. But, here’s what I will put forth for consideration in this post: Most of what people worry about is probably not worth worrying about. I know that is not exactly a radical idea, however it [...]
Archive for April, 2009
Page After Page: Discover the Confidence and Passion You Need to Start Writing and Keep Writing (No Matter What).
Sellers, Heather. Page After Page: Discover the Confidence and Passion You Need to Start Writing and Keep Writing (No Matter What). It’s hard to say which book on my list of recommended books is the one I recommend the most highly, but this is one of them – for writers and want-to-be-writers. When I bought this [...]
If you missed the call on 4/23/09, Gini was taking notes as the call went along (while also leading the call) and I am posting them here. Take a look and see how many ideas for writing you pick up (or are reminded of). This is a great time for writing!! And the next 30 [...]
Damn! Why Didn’t I Write That? How Ordinary People Are Raking in $100,000 or More Writing Niche Books and How You Can, Too.
McCutcheon, Marc. Damn! Why Didn’t I Write That? How Ordinary People Are Raking in $100,000 or More Writing Niche Books and How You Can, Too. If you’ve ever had the experience of seeing a book and thinking, ‘Hmmm…I could have written this,” then you will want to read this book. If you love having books [...]
When you teach in the college classroom, it’s hard to keep track of the time. This is true during lecture, Q & A portions, learning activities with your students, student presentations, and yes…even breaks during long classes. You may create any number of different timers for yourself or feel free to access the ones that [...]
As you may remember, Dave Crenshaw was a guest for recent teleseminar on ‘The Myth of Multitasking.’ You can access the download and handouts for free by registering here. I subscribe to Dave’s emails and this week, he sent out a video, which includes a colleague telling the story of ‘the company hammer.’ It’s a VERY [...]
Braiker, Harriet. The Disease to Please. Dr. Braiker’s first book (that I read) was The Type E Woman (for the woman who tries to be everything to everyone). Let’s just say I found a few tidbits in there for myself and for others I knew. So when The Disease to Please came out, I bought it [...]
Hurst, Mark. Bit Literacy: Productivity in the Age of Information and E-mail Overload. I have been buying this book in large quantities and have now used it in several workshops and am giving it to many of my consulting clients. Not only do I love the way this guy writes (he’s very smart, articulate, and [...]
MANY folks are talking about *information marketing.* And many people are wondering what in the world it is. Here’s a definition: Information marketing is getting your knowledge, expertise, and experience ‘out there’ where others can find it and benefit from it. (Meggin McIntosh) Anyone reading this blog knows a great deal, has expertise in one [...]