A short time ago, I launched my very first self published Kindle ebook. The book was released under a brand new pen name. We did all of this with essentially no audience, no email list, and no prior experience selling books as a self-published author on Amazon. And of course with no traditional publishers. I have not leveraged my audience or my name on Amazon.
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In writing, one constantly deals with comments and criticisms on how to improve their work, but how does one begin to improve their mind in a way that reflects in their work? Even though it was only recently published in , Big Magic has received accolades from critics and readers alike. While not specifically geared toward writers, this blunt guide will help you begin a personal transformation through understanding who you are, embracing things you cannot change and changing what you do not like. The spirited author who is a world traveler and motivational coach shares her insights through personal stories, unique advice and personal exercises to help any reader in their journey toward improvement. At one point or another, every writer will doubt their own abilities.
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From love to parenthood to careers, we can always benefit from a mindset shift in a particular area of our lives. Self-help literature may be stigmatized, but it's often one of the first steps you can take towards self-improvement. While you shouldn't rely on self-help books alone as the all-in-one solution to your problems, they can be used in conjunction with therapy whenever you need a pick-me-up. Here are the best self-help books for women, whether you need positive affirmations , a boost of confidence , or helpful techniques to use in your daily life.
I'm not exactly a New England Patriot's fan. It's not that I really have anything against the Patriots, aside from my vague annoyance that the past decade of Super Bowl games has started to look a bit repetitive thanks to Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. In fact I'm only an NFL fan in the most generous application of the term—that is, I am usually in the room during peak football season when my husband has commandeered most of our illuminated screens in order to display as many concurrent games as possible. But I do tend to read more than the average person, and I'm also the sort of person who has that peculiar fondness for the burn of marathons and other endurance sports. So when I read about The TB12 Method , a diet and fitness book released last year by a man who manages to regularly eviscerate his more-than-worthy opponents even at the relatively ancient in football player years age of 40, I thought it might teach me something applicable to my own health and fitness goals.