Over the summer, I rolled out a new workshop … it was “an experiment” for me … to see if I could really show writers and authors how to get a quality book out of their core; into their laptops; and move it to editing. And, by golly, that’s what happened.
Living in Colorado, naturally I did the “in person” class in the Denver area. Several ahas popped including the value of keeping it small. …
I took a little time and crafted a “shout out” for myself … with the help of the
Publicity Hound Joan Stewart, a press/media release was created abound the multiple book awards that Author YOU: Creating and Building Your Author and Book Platforms has won.
When it comes to publicity and media, what gets the attention of a producer or a reporter is always a big question. Sometimes it’s a slow day, and the author and …
Money Smarts … So, What Are Your Money Fears?
Everyone has at least one. It’s time to confront your deepest financial fear and get them in the open. Whether it’s the fear of the soup kitchen or of making a mistake that is financially catastrophic, you can become inhibited from taking action.
Identify them. Write them down. Just the mere fact that they are on paper opens the door for you to commit and confront them head-on. Ask yourself,
Money Fear #6 The Fear of Creating and Sticking to a Plan
Twenty-five percent of the American population believes that they will fund their retirement years by winning the Lottery! Fat chance.
#2 Money Fear … The Fear of Losing Money
At some point, everyone loses money. It can be from a bad investment, misplacing moneys, inflation erosion, failure to act or make a decision on your investments, making the wrong decision, losing a job or other resource of funds. It happens.
“Kudos for a job well done. I’ve heard nothing but wonderful comments for your sessions at our Leadership Conference.”
SIMMONS Graduate School of Management
Judith is an outstanding presenter. She always has current, relevant information that fits her topic and her audience. She has the skills to keep her attendees focused on her message and also actively engages them. She incorporates humor into serious subject matter and includes stories to get her points across. The Snowmass Institute, which runs a nationally recognized women’s health conference, has invited Judith back again and again as faculty because she receives top …
“Participants stopped me all week long to express how much they liked and learned from your presentations. Without a doubt, they were both rousing hits!”
Sarah C. Smith, Annual Meeting Director
American Society of Ophthalmic Registered Nurses