Archive for February, 2013

Publish An Ebook | Indie Authors | Fiction Publishers – Kindle iTunes Lulu

February 28, 2013

Learn how to write, design, format, upload, and sell your own book for low cost or free. You probably have a story inside you that’s just busting to get out. Most people do. And the premise for here is that you don’t have to buy or pay for anything in order to get your story written, published, and selling online. http://www.midwestjournalpress.com/publish-ebook_fiction-publishers.php#.USl6I2L3iTM

Business Story-Telling – Communication Skills Training from MindTools.com

February 28, 2013

Be authentic – The best storytellers talk from their hearts, so don’t try to fake an emotion that you don’t feel. Your listeners will probably see through this, and your story will crash and burn. Pay attention to your audience – Stories that are too long are generally boring. Tell the story well, but don’t go on forever. Practice – Try to practice before you tell the story. Even if you tell it to yourself just once in front of a mirror or video camera, this can help you when you’re in front of your real audience. Create an experience – Remember that when you tell a story, you’re creating an experience for your listeners. Don’t just use sound (words), but the other senses as well. Show your listeners the picture you’re painting, don’t just tell them. http://www.onlywire.com/r/119040564

Becoming the Fiction Storyteller of Your Dreams by Robert C. Worstell (Paperback) – Lulu

February 27, 2013

Learn to write and tell stories that keep your readers begging for more. This new version combines the classic works of Dorothea Brande (Becoming A Writer) with Marie Shedlock (The Art of the Story-Teller). Together, they address the underlying issues all fiction writers have – how to routinely write stories which are riveting to the reader and keep them coming back for the next installment. http://www.onlywire.com/r/119040243

Wannabes vs. Real Entrepreneurs

February 26, 2013

Wannabes vs. Real Entrepreneurs – Twelve differences between those who dream and those who act: 1. Wannabes obsess about ideas. Entrepreneurs obsess about implementation. 2. Wannabes want more web traffic. Entrepreneurs focus on sales conversion. 3. Wannabes focus on positive thinking. Entrepreneurs plan for multiple contingencies. http://www.onlywire.com/r/119185659

Pasture Cropping: A Regenerative Solution from Down Under | Solutions

February 26, 2013

Since the late 1990s, Australian farmer Colin Seis has been successfully planting a cereal crop into perennial pasture on his sheep farm during the dormant period using no-till drilling, a method that uses a drill to sow seeds instead of the traditional plow. He calls it pasture cropping and he gains two crops this way from one parcel of land—a cereal crop for food or forage and wool or lamb meat from his pastures—which means its potential for feeding the world in a sustainable manner is significant. http://www.onlywire.com/r/119183408

New Book Releases – Personal Freedom & Spiritual Training Self Help Books

February 26, 2013

While these books cover how to write, publish, and get your books selling on line, the first is a non-fiction how-to which tells you how to get your book out of your head, into a published book, and the key techniques to get it selling on Amazon (plus some rare inside tips on how to leave your competition in the dust. But the emphasis is how you can do it for low-cost or nothing besides the time you put in. http://midwestjournalpress.com/new-releases.php

Coffee Shop Millionaire Guide: Why isn’t Anthony Trister’s CSM a scam?!?

February 26, 2013

Come on people! I’m an immigrant and I know this is a scam. He drives Range Rover. That’s a 60-80 K car. He vacationed in Thailand. That’s the cheapest place on earth! Whistler? Come on. I can drive there, too and spend weeks and weeks. None of these takes millions of dollars. If he showed private jets and yachts and bentleys and ferraris…maybe I will believe him a little more. What a scam. Cannot believe people still go for this and fall for it. http://coffee-shop-millionaire.blogspot.com/2011/04/why-isnt-anthony-tristers-csm-scam.html

How to Find the Hidden Profits Lying In Your Own Network Marketing – Thrivelearning’s Institute

February 25, 2013

Most people will never find them. Not because the profits aren’t there – because they never set up their opportunity to become an actual business. And if you are just working at something like “just another (part-time) J-O-B”, well that is exactly what you’ll get. You might say, “Yes, but the comp plan tells me I can re-sell this as a business to anyone at any time.” http://thrivelearning.soup.io/post/281732645/How-to-Find-the-Hidden-Profits-Lying

Coffee Shop Millionaire Guide: What’s in this Coffee Shop Millionaire package?

February 25, 2013

Coffee Shop Millionaire currently set to launch February 17th 2011 is an affiliate marketing and training program opportunity created by Anthony Trister. Coffee Shop Millionaire will launch February of 2011 and looks to be the next giant affiliate marketing and training opportunity from highly successful Anthony Trister. The total investment of the program will be roughly $200 dollars plus an ongoing monthly subscription. Coffee Shop Millionaire is a legitimate affiliate marketing training program and opportunity that some could find success with. Remember, it is best to complete your due diligence before joining any program and understanding what you can expect from the opportunity and what is expected of yourself in creating the success you are looking for even with Coffee Shop Millionaire. http://coffee-shop-millionaire.blogspot.com/2011/02/whats-in-this-coffee-shop-millionaire.html

Using Great Storytelling To Grow Your Business | Fast Company

February 25, 2013

Every two months, I pull together a community of innovators. We meet somewhere in New York City, usually a boardroom overlooking a park or cityscape. But last month we all found our way into an acting studio operated by The TAI Group to learn about storytelling. The members of this group certainly already know something about the topic. They are senior executives at some of the largest corporations, partners in some of the most prestigious consulting and private equity firms, and several cutting-edge entrepreneurs. But the more you know, the more you realize there is to learn, and this group wanted to learn more about how to use effective storytelling to drive change in and grow their organizations. http://www.onlywire.com/r/119040416