Posts Tagged ‘Risk Taker’
Great Ideas Happen When You Least Expect It
If you have read my 10th book, you know that I encourage writers to get involved in at least one creative activity a week. I also make a point of practicing what I preach. Let me tell you about my creative activity: Last evening, I saw The Independents, (theindependentsplay.com) a New York must-see premiere which opened on…Read More
What Better Than To Get Into An Author’s Mind….
This week, I would like to introduce you to KJ Waters, a real go-getter author! KJ has a time travel book series to include Stealing Time and Shattering Time. After you learn more about KJ in the below interview, you may want to join her 46,000 social media followers who are on countdown for Killing Time.…Read More
Where Are You In The Book Writing Process?
If you have already finished writing your book manuscript, congratulations. What an accomplishment! While I don’t want to burst your bubble, however you are only 33% of the way to earning your stripes! Here are the next two steps for becoming a successful author: The second step for transitioning from the manuscript stage to getting your…Read More
Write Like You Talk
This past weekend, I spoke with John Costello, the author of Executive Hoodlum. He shared that an entertainment company bought the film/TV rights to his book. He is too close to his own success, however, to even recognize that he’s a great writer! It didn’t take me long to figure out the secret to John’s…Read More
Take Calculated Risks
Are you a risk taker or a comfort maker? The 19th Secret for creating your own success will assist you in identifying if you stay within your comfort zone as a form of security or if you jump out of your comfort zone box – a definite attribute of self-made millionaires.Read More