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When Sales are Poor…

Sometimes people fall into a business without much thought. Authors, for instance  write books, and we only realise we need to be business-like when sales are poor. Can you turn a hobby into a business? Lucky you, if you love … Continue reading

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Bursting With an Idea

Part 4: Starting Your Own Business. There are many types of businesses, some of them overlapping and interlinking, and as a generalist, I have met with an interesting variety of clients. My following list gives readers an idea of this diversity, … Continue reading

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What Works For You?

Part 3. Starting Your Own Business. Before you can start building a Business Plan, you must, of course, have a definite idea of what your business is going to be. I am astounded at the different reasons for which people … Continue reading

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An Example to Us All

What an honour it is to host Tammy Robinson from New Zealand today. Proactive, daunted by nothing, she just gets on with it. And she lives in a beautiful part of the world. Tammy – you self-published three books last … Continue reading

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Writing a book is … Deliberate Plodding, Pushing into the Crevices of your Life

I’m hosting a delightful not-so-new writer today. Kate Moretti, who has offered some honest insights into author expectations and self-commitments. It’s a pleasure to meet you, Kate.  1. Kate – your book Thought I Knew You, was published nearly 18 … Continue reading

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