A big problem I see with many manuscripts is that the author didn’t start with an organizational plan. The writing may be fine, the concept may be strong, and the content may be excellent, but if the manuscript isn’t organized well, the finished book will be hard for the reader to understand. It is vital that you learn how to organize your nonfiction book.
“Give yourself the space to make the best decisions for your book, hire the best people, and get clear on how your book fits in with your larger plans and goals.”
Intimate relationships: the cornerstone of many peoples’ lives. From a young age most of us are told that someday we’ll be in a long-term relationship or marriage, and we’re given both subtle and not-so-subtle messages about what those relationships are supposed to...
Do you run a business or consultancy? Do you know a lot about a particular subject and want to attract more clients and customers, get speaking gigs, or scale your business? One of the best ways to do that is to publish a book or e-book. Why? Here are 3 reasons:...
The struggle of trying to pretend everything is normal at work when it most definitely is not can add to the mental health problems and can make them worse.
So today, can those of us who can see beyond the media and retail hype of this day use the ubiquitous heart symbols to remember to appreciate and generate love of all kinds?
By sharing and being vulnerable, we give our community permission to share and be vulnerable and connect with us.
You know you can do it, but there’s a little niggling sense of “What if I’m not good enough?” or “I don’t know how to write a book” or “I’m too busy…”
With good organization, there’s no more staring anxiously at a blank page because you don’t know what to write next. What to write next is in the outline!
Probably the biggest mistake I hear when I communicate with potential authors about their books is the author misunderstanding who their audience is.
Men and women need to have the skills to survive in the new age—beyond gender stereotypes
What if breakups aren’t failures, but are quantum leaps instead?
Trayvon Martin was shot because he was a young black man
What are relationships for? They’re for challenging and supporting each partner in his or her – and her and his – self growth.
Is it really possible for most of us to ‘follow our dreams’? And what if our passion is to be right here, right now? A criticism of a common inspirational meme.
Love, as we also all know, is wider than the love between a couple of people who have sex together.
A man who approaches a woman is creepy if she isn’t attracted him, but not if she is.
The key to happiness is an ancient secret that’s not so secret, but it’s very hard to do!
The apocalypse shows us what’s important, even if we don’t (really) believe it.
This culture isn’t very nice to men. How can we all create a culture that’s friendlier and more forgiving of men?