Archive for November, 2012

Kindle Serials – the next big thing, or let self-publishing author beware? (with image) · robertworstell · Storify

November 30, 2012

Kindle Serials – the next big thing, or let self-publishing author beware? While sensible business practice, especially as Dickens and the early magazines proved, it might not be the best thing for self-published authors. Not only do you have to keep coming out with content, there’s that “90 day” agreement where no one else can buy your stuff.


Day 029 – Analysis of Anything to Improve Quality of Life

November 29, 2012

I had to analyze analysis in order to be able to research self help as a subject and 1) prove that it worked or not, 2) see if there was an underlying system which enabled its efficacy where it did. More specifically, you have to know how to analyze the world around you. And you’re in luck – I was able to simplify analysis so anyone could understand and use it to improve the quality of their own life…

The Most Important Question for Your Business | Copyblogger

November 27, 2012

Marathoners, of course, take a more slow and steady pace. They show up every day. They tend to be excellent at producing quality content in small, bite-sized pieces. They often fall prey to doing everything themselves, because they can.

Day 025 – Vision – As a Man Thinketh Chapter 6 – Achieve Success Mind

November 24, 2012

Allen tends to pick up speed here – as he’s covered how you create your reality from thought, how to boost your achievement level, and now – how to create a greater reality around you by deliberately choosing high ideals and forming your vision around these. Allen, then, is more inspirational than hard-pounded-out pragmatic steps to take. However, there are those like me who are here to fill that gap for you…

[Free Kindle Book] How I Made an Extra $1,187.66 From a 4-Minute YouTube Video

November 14, 2012

Two Interviews (Kindle Publishing and Productivity) by STEVE SCOTT | Follow Him On Facebook You’ve probably noticed that I haven’t posted many articles lately. There are a number of reasons for why I’m doing this. (I’ll explain in a future post.) But during this time I’ve also been interviewed by two excellent bloggers: Mike of the Mike from Maine website Timo of the Productive Superdad website Read more:

Video Library « mikeroweWORKS

November 13, 2012

How Can Urban Agriculture Go From Niche To Food System? | Co.Exist: World changing ideas and innovation

November 13, 2012

When done well, urban agriculture initiatives can offer access to healthy food in areas that formerly had little, provide jobs and skills development, and provide a sense of community. Getting to the point where that’s possible isn’t easy, however. Among the hurdles that nascent urban agriculture projects have to overcome: water access, land use issues, inadequate business training, and insufficient income generation.…

How to Start a Business on the Cheap – Forbes

November 13, 2012

More than a decade later, entrepreneurs now brag about how little money it took to launch their business. Eric Ries, with his book, The Lean StartUp spawned a new generation of entrepreneurs who are now doing it for less. Business frugality has become the new black. A Wells Fargo survey stated that the average small business owner started their company with $10,000. This amount can be far less if the entrepreneur is starting a services-based business. Experience shows that actually having too much money in a business launch can be wasteful. It can lead to lazy and ultimately stupid business decisions.

Publish Your Book!

November 12, 2012

Publish Your Book! Everyone has at least one story in them that needs to get out into the world and live its life. And now it’s easier than ever to publish successfully. Here are some tips as I find them for you to do just that…

Amanda Hocking, the writer who made millions by self-publishing online | Books | The Guardian

November 12, 2012

Amanda Hocking, the writer who made millions by self-publishing online A couple of years ago, Amanda Hocking needed to raise a few hundred dollars so, in desperation, made her unpublished novel available on the Kindle. She has since sold over 1.5m books and, in the process, changed publishing forever