Booklets: Accomplish Your Writing Goals Minus The Hassle With Robin Colucci

TTL 893 | Writing Booklets

Booklets: Accomplish Your Writing Goals Minus The Hassle With Robin Colucci

Writing a book is one of the best ways to establish your authority in your field of expertise. But not everyone has the time or money to go through that process. Booklets are the solution to that problem. Robin Colucci, CEO of R Colucci, LLC, her boutique publishing consulting firm where she helps world-class experts write world-changing books. She is also the author of High Profit Book Blueprint. She is joining Dr. Diane Hamilton to give insights from her book and share how booklets can increase your network and boost your ventures. Listen in on their discussion and get writing tips to help you start your booklet!

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TTL 823 Michelle Seiler Tucker | Mergers And Acquisitions

The 6Ps Of Mergers And Acquisitions With Michelle Seiler Tucker And The Story Behind The Rich Dad, Poor Dad Series With Sharon Lechter

Do you know that you have to think about your exit strategy from day one of starting or buying your business? Dr. Diane Hamilton‘s guest is Michelle Seiler Tucker, a 20-year veteran in the Merger and Acquisition (M&A) industry. Many business owners think of selling their business when it’s going on a downward spiral. But who will buy a failing business? In this episode, Michelle explains why the best time to sell your business is when it’s in its prime. You have to figure out what your endgame is and start from there. What’s more, Michelle shares with you the 6Pthat you need to know to make sure your business is sellable: people, product, process, proprietary, patrons, and profit. If you want to make your business sellable from day one, then this episode is for you! 

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Chances are you’ve heard of Rich Dad, Poor Dad, because who hasn’t? Dr. Diane Hamilton’s guest is Sharon Lechter, the co-author of the hugely impactful book with the legendary Robert Kiyosaki. In this episode, Sharon shares her journey of writing the book and how it evolved into a whole series targeted at different age groups. Sharon says that there are three things you need to pay attention to as an author: your book, your platform, and your ability to communicate. With the technology we have today, authors have tremendous opportunities to succeed. Join in the conversation to learn valuable insights on how you can be a successful author like Sharon! 

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TTL 212 | Quantum Success

Quantum Success with Christy Whitman and Writing With A Purpose with Kristen Moeller

Whether someone’s looking for a job, want a promotion, they have their own business, or want greater success, when you apply the universal laws to your career and to money, you get quantum success because they are universal. Christy Whitman is a transformational leader, celebrity coach, and the New York Times bestselling author of The Art of Having It All. Through her life-changing message, Christy has helped thousands of people worldwide to achieve their goals through her empowerment seminars, speeches, and coaching sessions and products. The anticipation of our worries can often be a lot worse than the thing itself. However, going through something like a loss are very difficult things, but Kristen Moeller says we do find that we keep walking, and that’s the thing. Kristen is an author and speaker who focuses on writing and publishing empowerment and women’s issues. She says if you want to be a writer and want to be published, you have to have a dream and you’ve got to have enough grit to write it.

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New Study by Krux Digital Shows Data Leakage on Popular Websites

 

Data leakage occurs when an external entity, often without a publisher’s consent, collects data about a user while the user is on the publisher’s website. Krux Digital has recently released information from their study that found tracking tools on major websites were installed without the company’s knowledge.

According to earthtimes.org key findings include:

  • 31% of all data collection was enabled by parties other than the publisher, often without their control or consent
  • 55% of all companies collecting data on a Web site also brought in other companies to collect data as well
  • 27% of all collection was conducted by parties that are potentially competitive to publishers in media or data sales
  • 167 different companies were observed participating in active data collection across just fifty publisher sites, few of whom appeared to be doing so in the publishers’ interest or at their request

To find out more about these results, click here.

E-Textbooks and Ipad

In a previous blog, I wrote about e-books vs. traditional books. I personally have been happy with using an Ipad to view books and texts.  I guess I am not the only one.  Cost is still going to be an issue though for many. Check out the following from an NPR.org article:

For a few years now, people have been expecting electronic textbooks to take off in a big way: They’re cheaper than traditional textbooks, easier to carry around in a backpack, and seem like a natural progression for students who have grown up playing and working with digital devices.

Despite all that, traditional textbooks have prevailed — until now. The game changer, according to Matt MacInnis, may be a little thing called the iPad.

MacInnis is the founder and CEO of Inkling, a company that designs textbook software for the iPad. He says the iPad has allowed for the reinvention of the textbook.

to read the rest of the article click here:  npr.org