Posted on February 28th, 2014 No comments
Do you sometimes think that if you had everything you desire you’ll be happier? The perfect relationship, more money, a few vacations a year, a career you love? I hear ya, i’m guilty of feeling and thinking the same way. If only I had a few more clients, more vacation time, i’ll be happy. But you know what, that’s not how it works. Have you ever noticed that when you are in a state of happiness everything else in your life flows? When we are in the flow we can make things happen a lot easier. So the trick is to work at staying in the flow and doing more of the activities that make us happy. Surround yourself with happy people and happy circumstances.
Shawn Achor’s book recently crossed my path. Timely it is. This was the second message presented before me in a 24 hour period to find my bliss and everything else will fall into place. I began to think if this is how i’m feeling maybe i’m not alone and you could benefit from this message as well. Cheers to happiness! Feel free to share your thoughts. Have a wonderful day and thanks for visiting my blog. ~ Carol Lawrence
Shawn Achor is the winner of over a dozen distinguished teaching awards at Harvard University, where he delivered lectures on positive psychology in the most popular class at Harvard. Shawn has become one of the world’s leading expert on the connection between happiness and success. In 2012, Shawn’s research on happiness made the cover of Harvard Business Review, his TED talk is one of the most popular all time with over 3.8 million views, and he has a new lecture airing on PBS called “The Happiness Advantage.” Shawn is currently leading the Everyday Matters campaign with the National MS Society and Genzyme to show how happiness remains a choice for those struggling with a chronic illness.
Listen to his Ted Talk “The Happy Secret To Better Work” for inspiration and a few laughs!“Isolating seven practical, actionable principles that have been tried and tested everywhere from classrooms to boardrooms, stretching from Argentina to Zimbabwe, Shawn Achor (teacher at Harvard) shows us how we can capitalize on the Happiness Advantage to improve our performance and maximize our potential.Our most commonly held formula for success is broken. Conventional wisdom holds that if we work hard we will be more successful, and if we are more successful, then we’ll be happy. If we can just find that great job, win that next promotion, lose those five pounds, happiness will follow. But recent discoveries in the field of positive psychology have shown that this formula is actually backward: Happiness fuels success, not the other way around. When we are positive, our brains become more engaged, creative, motivated, energetic, resilient, and productive at work. This isn’t just an empty mantra. This discovery has been repeatedly borne out by rigorous research in psychology and neuroscience, management studies, and the bottom lines of organizations around the globe.In The Happiness Advantage, Shawn Achor, who spent over a decade living, researching, and lecturing at Harvard University, draws on his own research—including one of the largest studies of happiness and potential at Harvard and others at companies like UBS and KPMG—to fix this broken formula. Using stories and case studies from his work with thousands of Fortune 500 executives in 42 countries, Achor explains how we can reprogram our brains to become more positive in order to gain a competitive edge at work.Among the principles he outlines:
• The Tetris Effect: how to retrain our brains to spot patterns of possibility, so we can see—and seize—opportunities wherever we look.
• The Zorro Circle: how to channel our efforts on small, manageable goals, to gain the leverage to gradually conquer bigger and bigger ones.
• Social Investment: how to reap the dividends of investing in one of the greatest predictors of success and happiness—our social support network
A must-read for everyone trying to excel in a world of increasing workloads, stress, and negativity, The Happiness Advantage isn’t only about how to become happier at work. It’s about how to reap the benefits of a happier and more positive mind-set to achieve the extraordinary in our work and in our lives.” (Quoted from Amazon)
Posted on February 25th, 2014 No comments
Today I have a special treat for you. Especially if you are a budding author, you’re going to love today’s interview. Author Jennifer Loren joins us to not only share her writing process and juicy answers to all my inquiring questions but she’s here to share something special with you. Her newest project, Author Force – A new resource for authors!
Carol: Jennifer please share with my readers a little bit about yourself and what inspired you to begin writing.
Jennifer: I have always wanted to write, but I never seemed to have time. I was a senior designer for an Architecture firm and in charge of a lot of projects which took up most of my time. When the economy turned and banks started going under, my firm started to go under and I was laid off. I tried to find another job, but there wasn’t anything to be had and then my eye disease took a bad turn and I lost my eyesight. To entertain myself while unable to see I created stories in my head. I was going through treatments to regain vision again and by the time I was able to see in my right eye I had quite a few stories I wanted to write down, and one in particular, so I started writing it. It took me some time to get it perfected, but eventually I had a novel and was encouraged by friends and then agents to pursue the career. I was nervous I would never be able to go back to my design career because of my eyes so I decided I needed to find a new career and I have been determined ever since.
Carol: Have you ever submitted your work to a publisher or did you just jump straight into self-publishing?
Jennifer: I actually talked to quite a few agents at first that said they liked what they read, but were afraid to take a chance and they told me to go build an audience and return. They were talking about me doing a blog, but I changed that to posting an online story and that took me to self-publishing. I have never talked to publishers, I have been approached, but I feel I make more money as an Indie.
Carol: For someone who has thought about writing a book but doesn’t know where to begin what steps do you recommend they take to get started?
Jennifer: This is why I created my website, authorforce.com to help people find all they need to get started. It is very overwhelming and as helpful as people are on LinkedIn you rarely get good advice or know for sure if it is good advice. I hit a lot of walls and there is no one way to write or to become a successful author. Rules are always made to be broken and I broke quite a few when I started and heard a lot of the people on LinkedIn tell me I was doing it wrong. The biggest thing to remember is to build an audience, find your fanbase and go there and make yourself known without selling them on your books. Stop going to websites that are all authors, authors don’t have time to read your books. Goodreads is a great place start reviewing books and get involved in groups and build friends that respect your opinion and once you have done that then start sending your book out to people you trust get their honest opinion. Honest, truly honest and dependable beta readers are a must have for every author. Take their advice and make changes as you can to your book and then publish. If your presence is built up enough in the book world you will have no problem getting started.
Carol: Do you block out writing time or do you just write when you feel inspired?
I used to block out time, I always write better at night when things are quiet and it’s too dark to be distracted. I like to write every day or as much as I can. I get depressed now if I don’t get to write every day.
Carol” How do you create your book trailers?
Jennifer: I do my own book trailers, using corel video studio and purchased stock images. I have a friend in London who writes music special for my books and finds singers that fit the sound we are looking for. I don’t pay for the music, instead we help promote each other, so far that has been a great relationship that actually started from a fan that recommended him to me.
Carol: You have quite a large following on Facebook. How did you grow your fan base so large?
Jennifer: I actually am posting an article on this later this week. There is a lot of different things I did. The books success obviously helps, but I run special giveaways on Facebook to keep my fans on there and bring them in. There is a trick with Facebook ads that has worked well for me too. There are a lot of other things as far as posts made and how they are made and how often they are made. It took me awhile to figure out the right routine to get people in and keep people from leaving.
Carol: What is Author Force?
Jennifer: It is basically the “Angie’s List” for authors. When I first started I had no idea where to start or where to go to market my book. This site helps you not only get started but also helps you find a new cover artist, editors and anyone else that is involved in the book world especially bloggers sites which are crucial to book marketing. New blog sites pop up every day and they are all important and authors should know where their genre blog site is. My partner Sarah and I also provide our stories of how we got started and what we recommend for different situations. We provide areas for friending each other, socializing, discussion groups and forums to discuss any issues or possible businesses that may be great or are a place to stay away from. Unlike LinkedIn this site is specific to authors, it is setup in order of the writing process. We also provide a Book Brag Board so people can post their covers and trailers for everyone to see on our site and on our Pinterest site. Bloggers have started following our board so they can be aware of anyone new or any new books coming out. One of the biggest and most important things we have is the list of book events around the world. We are constantly adding to this list and hoping this helps authors find some events they may be able to attend and socialize or possibly connect to the event planners and get invited to buy a table and be a featured author. We also do Spotlights, I have already had two great authors come in and give their stories about how they started and we also do spotlights on businesses. We have a cover artist and a very successful model so far and have many more planned. My partner and I think it is important to hear from all authors and not just our opinions so it is my goal to seek out as many successful authors and professionals as possible to come in and give their advice too. (Follow Author Force on Facebook.)
Carol: How do you go about designing your book covers?
Jennifer: I originally did them myself, now I have the money to hire someone and I have a cover artist that I have grown to love but I always keep an eye out for others just in case she is busy when I need her. Always have more than one you can go to, because great ones get very busy.
Carol: How beneficial do you feel Goodreads has been in helping you grow your audience?
Jennifer: Goodreads has really alienated a lot of authors with the way they allow people to attack authors personally, it has happened to a lot of my author friends and at times ruthlessly. It has happened to me, but I credit Goodreads for helping me become known. A few people from one group saw my book, started reading it and fell in love and they started a fan page to discuss the series. My fans recommend my books to their friends and in groups and have voted my series as top mafia romance and many other lists. Goodreads is really the reason why I am so successful, so as much I dislike some of the hateful reviews I get, I have gotten a lot of great ones that have pushed my numbers up. Dealing with bad reviews is something you learn how to do or you will go crazy, because it happens to even the best of them.
Carol: What is your most recent book about? Is another book already brewing in your mind?
Jennifer: My last one is a suspenseful love story, The Long Road – The third book of the Finding Ava series – Dillon and Dani’s story.
To save his family’s business, Dillon has to become the man and leader he never thought he could be and lead them all to success. Dani is determined to show Dillon that she is on his side against her own father. Young lovers Dillon and Dani try to cope when attacks on their business threaten their livelihood and very lives of their friends and loved ones. With so much depending on them, can they learn to work together? Can they repair what has been broken between the two of them before all is lost?
Yes, I am working on a new series called The Laws of Kings, my new mafia romance series. I also have two new books I am planning out for my popular series The Devil’s Eyes. I was trying to be done with the series, but the fans won’t let go and honestly I miss the characters too.
Jennifer Loren graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology with a Fine Arts Degree, specializing in Architecture and Design, and also obtained a second degree in Computer Design. She currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her German shepherd, Riley. In addition to the vastly popular, top mafia romance and bestselling series, The Devil’s Eyes, Ms Loren has successfully published bestselling romantic suspense novel Finding Ava and its sequel Reckless and the bestselling short story, The Hand That Holds Mine. Her writing genre is considered dark, romantic suspense and her style is best described as Dark, Twisted and Dangerously Sexy.
Connect with Jennifer on Twitter @JenniferLorenDE
Posted on February 20th, 2014 No comments
Guest post by Nikolas Baron.
Misspelled and grammatically incorrect social media posts are a common sight. However, what do these tweets, status updates, blog posts and profile comments say about the current direction of the English language? About grammar or punctuation? About the importance of correct language use in America? English is a difficult language to learn due to its proliferate slang, complicated grammar and shifting structure. But for native speakers it appears to be equally difficult to correctly employ the comma, the period and the proper tense. Think about your last tweet, post, comment, or status. Did you use the right grammar, punctuation, spelling, and meaning or did you just type away, totally disregarding the formal use of English?
Social media, in this humble writer’s opinion, is encouraging speed over accuracy, hilarity over humility, speaking before thinking. It’s quite often that I stumble across a mistake on someone’s social media site but they don’t seem to care that they’ve made any errors. Even professional bloggers, sport writers, news anchors, and media personnel commonly post language-corrupt material. Is this a reflection on our culture’s ignorance towards grammar and punctuation? Is this a reflection of the education system? Or maybe it’s a reflection on America’s choice to ignore proper proofreading because “it’s just Twitter.” As a writer, I feel it’s always important to use proper punctuation, grammar, spelling, and usage. But how can writers encourage others to participate in proper proofreading? What ways are useful to combat social media post inaccuracy?
Grammarly is a free proofreading tool that also helps to identify your most common errors and teach you how to avoid them. I love to use Grammarly to scrub my work and save money on editors. I don’t feel it would be a huge inconvenience for professional Facebook-ers, Tweet-ers, or Instagram-ers to spend the time to proofread their work through a free online resource. Additionally, Grammarly has teaching tools to help writers and non-writers learn proper grammar, punctuation, usage, and spelling. Although the masses may not feel it necessary to proofread a post, professional writers should take the time even if it’s only for social media.
Ginger is another free proofreading tool that can help cut costs and make it easy for social media fanatics to check their work. Ginger is fast and can, sometimes, clean-up your work with just one click. It has excellent software that finds both simple and extremely complex errors while teaching you how to correct your mistakes. You can access Ginger from any device so when you’re composing a Facebook status on your phone, you can quickly and easily run it through Ginger to make sure it is error-free. Although Ginger isn’t as comprehensive as Grammarly, it does an amazing job proofreading your work. It would only take a few extra clicks to check your work with Ginger so why not spend the extra ten seconds instead of making a laughable post riddled with mistakes.
In today’s world of instant gratification, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and other social media sites are encouraging fast results without much thought. Professional writers who use social media to reach out to readers, listeners, or viewers should always proofread their work. With their reputation as a writer is on the line, it would make sense that they would want to portray a wealth of knowledge rather than backyard slang and ignorance. Hopefully, professionals and regular social media artists will start thinking about the importance of grammar and punctuation in their posts rather than just saying something online. When you speak without thinking, the consequences could end up burning you. Taking a few extra seconds to proofread your work with a free tool will save you embarrassment and ridicule in the form of comments.
Nikolas discovered his love for the written word in Elementary School, where he started spending his afternoons sprawled across the living room floor devouring one Marc Brown childrens’ novel after the other and writing short stories about daring pirate adventures. After acquiring some experience in various marketing, business development, and hiring roles at internet startups in a few different countries, he decided to re-unite his professional life with his childhood passions by joining Grammarly’s marketing team in San Francisco. He has the pleasure of being tasked with talking to writers, bloggers, teachers, and others about how they use Grammarly’s online proofreading application to improve their writing. His free time is spent biking, travelling, and reading.
Posted on February 17th, 2014 No comments
Everyone has the same amount of hours in a day. How do you spend your time? When you have dreams and desires for a much larger income, creating multiple sources of income, growing a business, writing a book or creating a course, how you spend your time matters. Time is more valuable than money and time is something you never get back! Prioritize and transform your life by allocating your time.
Here are a few tips for making the most of your time. Organize, organize, organize!
1. Plan your meals out for the entire week. Look up your recipes, make a grocery list and shop for the entire week all at one time. You will save yourself time everyday by not having to come up with a dinner idea or running to the store.
2. Make a to-do list for the month and then break it down into each week. Start with the most important task.
3. What project keeps popping up in your mind and heart telling you to follow through? Carve out time daily or weekly to work on the project that will get you closer to your freedom goal. For example. My best friend of 28 years Stacy and I have always wanted to write children’s books. To do this we knew we had to take our dream seriously. We set aside every Thursday afternoon. Everyone knows this is our writing time. We honor this time, it’s sacred to us and when we get together to write that’s what we do. Together we prioritize our time and work on all our parenting projects. We save everything else we want to do together for another time. (We are best friends we could easily spend our time chatting or cooking something in the kitchen.)
4. Increase extra time for your projects by dropping one of your favorite shows or record your favorite shows so you can watch them all at once or save time by fast forwarding through the commercials.
5. If you are a busy parent put your kids are on a regular bedtime schedule. Stick to this schedule. Once baths, reading time and snuggles are complete and your kiddo are in bed set this time aside for you to be able to write or work on your project. Even writing one page a night will put you closer to finishing your book.
6. Focus! Turn off all other distractions while working on your goal. 45 minutes of daily focused time can produce some serious results. Don’t take yourself or your time for granted. You are worth more than that!
I would love to hear about your goals and dreams? Are you writing a book? What’s it about? How do you allocate your time?
Curious, would you be interested in joining a support group for getting stuff done?
Carol Lawrence is a social media marketing expert who teaches busy business owners how to become well-known and boost their brand online through the use of social media. She is the creator of Social Media Help 4 U and offers social media management services. Have you always dreamed of starting your own business and working from home? For a limited time Carol is offer 45 minute phone consultations to tell you how she got started.
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Posted on February 12th, 2014 No comments
Win the tools to help you grow your business!Life and business designer Maureen Simon has put together an awesome giveaway.One lucky winner will not only win a copy of her book, a private session with her but a ticket to her Mini MasterMind and MasterMind 2014! A winner will be randomly chosen on February 28th, 2014. Be sure to check out Maureen’s free webinar Earn What You Are Worth - Six Steps To Doubling Your Income Within A Year on February 20th.Enter today!
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Posted on January 17th, 2014 No comments
Do you feel overwhelmed by all the responsibility of running your own business? Your just not sure what is the best direction for you to take in your business? Unclear of what ways to market your business? Relax your not alone. Every business, especially budding entrepreneurs go through a learning curve. Once you put your business foundation in place, get the basics set up, then it’s time to move into marketing your message. There are so many ways to get the attention of your desired customers, but what is the best way for you?
You may be an introvert or an extrovert. Different types of people require different types of strategies. Sometimes you may feel stuck, lack energy or are just plain unmotivated. So what do you do? First of all pause and take a breath. Pat yourself on the back for making it this far. Ask yourself if you still feel inspired about what you are doing. Did you begin your entrepreneurial path because of necessity? I highly doubt it. It most likely began out of passion. Entrepreneurs know starting a new business is a gamble and a lot of hard work. If you don’t feel passionate about what you are doing you’ll burn out and your business won’t last. Sometimes just taking a walk, listening to some motivational podcasts or reading a book will put the “in” back into your inspiration.
One thing that has really stood out to me this past year is that the really good successful marketers have been working on their businesses a long time. It may look like they succeeded overnight but when you ask them or dig through their content you’ll see they’ve been consistent and worked at it for 5-10 years or even more.
So after you get your oomph back how do you figure out what is the best strategy and marketing method for you? Let’s explore some different business leaders and their methods so you can see if anyone of them resonate with you. First of all I’d like to clarify I’m providing different examples for you based on my observations so you can find the best mentor for you in your business. When you find a mentor in business. Follow them, read their blog posts, and learn everything that you can from them, just be sure to use your own voice. Don’t be them, be yourself.
The Marketing Introvert:
Are you an introvert, dislike networking and feel very vulnerable in the world. Don’t worry there are marketers just like you who are reaching new heights and achieving great success. One of those marketers is Leonie Dawson. She’s a self-proclaimed introvert who lives in Australia and is completely rocking it in her business by simply being herself. She creates business products for her goddess community. She’s very good at giving herself boundaries, sticking to her writing/work time and relying on her team. Leonie’s business has been built up over several years. She adds new products to her inventory every year for her membership community. She stays really connected with her audience through blogging, newsletters and social media. She resonates and has a strong bond with mothers and women. Leonie provides all her products including new releases through her paid goddess community.
“Do what you can. Make it good. Then do it again and again. That’s the secret to success.” ~ Leonie Dawson
The Marketing Extrovert:
You see them. The one’s on stage shouting from the rooftops all about their message. They are empowering and really good at what they do. They love being in the limelight. Some may have been introverts but some how they managed to pull out the extrovert side of themselves and it’s working. Working really well. They exude confidence. An example of this would be Suzanne Evans. She says it like it is. She doesn’t hold anything back. She likes to have fun, and she’s not afraid to share her fun with you. She does a lot of public speaking and live webinars to reach her audience. She’s also an author. Suzanne offers many training products you can purchase through her website.
“You can’t NOT make money doing something you love.” ~ Suzanne Evans
These three ladies are soft spoken but very powerful business leaders and could fit in both categories.
Fabienne Fredrickson specializes in client attraction. Helping you find your next client. Fabienne hosts live in person masterminds and live webinars though-out the year. She also connects with her followers through her Play Big Master Class podcasts, consistent blog posts, newsletters and is very, very active on social media. Fabienne works with high end clients but offers numerous resources on her website.
“To break through and advance quickly in business, you must shift the internal mindset barriers currently holding you back.” ~ Fabienne Fredrickson
Ali Brown is considered the voice for women’s entrepreneurial success. Ali started her business 11 years ago from her New York apartment. She now lives with her husband & twins in Arizona. She does live webinars, is very consistent with her blogging, newsletters and is another marketer who is very active online. Ali offers VIP high end consulting and also has lot’s of resources on her website.
“In the world of marketing, your first impression – your headline – can lead to either sales success…or failure.” ~ Ali Brown
Maureen Simon is the founder of The Essential Feminine Company™ (TEF)-a lifestyle and business design company that supports women to create successful powerful lives that incorporates their feminine attributes and gifts. Her company provides learning environments and products that support women in claiming, living and leading with their natural strengths and talents. Maureen works with her clients one on one through consulting and through occasional courses. She teaches women how to succeed in their lives, especially how to soar their businesses to new heights. She’s great at helping you break your glass ceiling. Maureen keeps in contact with her audience through monthly newsletters, social media and occasional webinars. Her newest webinar, How to Earn What You’re Worth ~ Six Steps to Doubling Your Income Within a Year is now open for registration. This is a free event. Full disclosure: Maureen is a client of mine.
What do all these fine ladies have in common? They have a team! They don’t try and do it all themselves. They incorporate fun into running their businesses and they are good at setting clear boundaries while working on ideas and projects that bring them success.
I hope this breakdown helped you see the different ways these ladies have used marketing to reach their audience. Maybe one of these wonderful ladies who have inspired me greatly are the perfect fit for helping you grow your business or break your financial ceiling. Maybe it’s time to break past the $100,000 or million dollar mark. High end consultants are perfect for helping you break through.
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Posted on January 14th, 2014 No comments
Go to your profile, and on your timeline cover image, click on, “Update Info.”
In the box that says “Where have you worked?” type in the name of your Facebook Page.
As you type in the name of your page, you’ll likely see several pages that will pop up. Click on your page to select it.
Add in your details; position, description, etc.
Leave the box, “I currently work here” checked and click on “add job.”
On the little “earth tab” next to your work description, click the down arrow, set on public if you want more exposure for your page. Now refresh your page. Look under your timeline cover and in your about section there should be a clickable link to your page.
Social Media Help 4 U is a virtual based business that supports authors, businesses and corporations based on integrity. Social Media Help 4 U offers conscious based business services, providing intuitive and skill based social media management & consulting. Carol and her team manage social media accounts. They assist their clients in building their online presence, engagement and connections with like minded people, customers and clients. They are fully aware that their clients online reputation is at stake. With the values of integrity, honesty and dependability being their top priority.
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Posted on January 7th, 2014 No comments
Do you have favorite Podcasts you like to listen to? Podcasts that motivate you? Inspire you? Podcasts that feed your soul? Podcasts that expand your business knowledge and encourage you to follow your dreams? I do and I’m going to share them with you.
Here are my favorite top 10 Podcasts shows.1. The School of Greatness By Lewis Howes: Lifestyle Entrepreneur, Author, Former Pro Athlete
5. Play Big Master Class with Fabienne Fredrickson. Step outside your existing comfort zone.
Do you have a favorite podcast or radio show you like to listen to? Are you an author and looking to expand your audience, consider being a guest on a radio show. Visit my radio shows for authors page for a listing of possible ideas. Like what you see? Please share my blog with your friends. Thanks for reading my blog. I appreciate you and the journey you are on. Join me on Facebook and Twitter. Are you a parent? I invite you to check out my co-authored Intentional Conscious Parenting blog. Business blessings, Carol Lawrence
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