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Destination Tweeting

Monday, April 25th, 2011

[Field of daisies and orange flowers, possibly hawkweed, Vermont] (LOC)“Life is a journey, not a destination.” Emerson wrote it and since then, people have proclaimed it in an effort to get people to live in the moment, to appreciate the world around them and to shift their perspective on what they are trying to achieve. (more…)

Tags: blogchat, hashtags, litchat
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Best-Selling Author Jen Sincero on Book Proposals, Bootcamps and Being A Bad Ass

Wednesday, April 6th, 2011

She’s back on the blog, and this time, it’s personal. I mentioned in a previous blog post about my experience in Jen Sincero’s Nonfiction Book Proposal In A Week Bootcamp, and how I was floored by her aprroach and style, the materials provided, the caliber and encouragement of the group,¬†as well as what I actually got accomplished. (more…)

Tags: bootcamp, jen sincero, nonfiction writing, social media coaching, time management
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It Is Your Duty To Be Useful

Sunday, April 3rd, 2011

The careful hands of women are trained in precise aircraft engine installation duties at Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach, Calif. (LOC) I’ll say it again. It is your duty to be useful…even if you think you have nothing to offer. I’ve discovered that this feeling of thinking you have nothing to offer is ultimately bulls**t. Everyone has something to offer. I’ve boiled it down to two reasons why people disagree: (more…)

Tags: authentic voice, social media coach, social media for writers
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