The Power of Your Daily Habits – Monday Motivational Replay


Habits will either build or tear down your dreams. What are your daily habits? Are they bringing you closer to your goals, or are they destroying your best-laid plans for success?

Change Your Habits, Change Your Life

Success is not based on chance. Sure there are a few overnight success stories out there, but for the most part, those “overnight” successes have a 5-year backstory. 

Don’t wait for opportunities to come your way. Figure out what you want and go after it. 

“You can’t wait for inspiration. You have to go after it with a club!” – Jack London

I believe success is the same way. Go after your dreams. Chase them with all you have and you’ll find those elusive “big breaks” will come your way. 

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Life Has A New Chapter 4 You, But You Have to Turn the Page


Life has been chaotic, but now it’s a new season and chapter in our lives. Sometimes we hesitate to turn the page even if the last chapter was stressful. Why do we do this?

Why is it so hard to let go of something we didn’t enjoy?

My research has shown that burnout literally changes our brain’s structure. The amygdala enlarges the prefrontal cortex thins. The Prefrontal Cortex controls your memory and your decision-making skills. The amygdala controls your brain’s fear centers. When you’ve been in a state of chaos, stress, and burnout for a long time, the structure of your brain deteriorates. It’s hard for you to make decisions and to remember things. On the flip side, the amygdala enlarges and over processes fear stimuli.

Although our brain structure changes with prolonged stress, that is only one factor. Sometimes we can’t let go of the past because we feel justified in being angry about what happened. Other times we get stuck in the bottomless pit of what if. And sometimes, the unknown of starting a new chapter in our lives can be a little unsettling. Even though the past was uncomfortable, we still know how to handle it. The unknown can be intimidating.

When we move into a new chapter, we must remember to leave the past in the past. Do not drag all of the pain and drama from the past into the next chapter. Sometimes we destroy our pleasant future with the pains of the past.

Whenever you find the clouds partying and the sun starting to shine through in the chaos of life, take a moment to let go of the past and step into the bright new future.


Monday Motivation Replay:
Life Has A New Chapter 4 You, But You Have to Turn the Page (Monday Motivation)


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My love-hate relationship with author coaching

 

 


 

What I hate about author coaching:

I hate it when I put my heart and soul into clients, and they don’t follow through. As a new coach, this really hurt me, and I always thought there was something wrong. Maybe something was missing in my coaching program. So I would add more information. I would add more worksheets. I would add more tips and tricks. But over time, I realized the lack was not within me or my program. The lack was in the client. Something had stifled their ambition.

 

I have put so much into the Author Biz 101 course that I’ve had some people tell me there’s so much information it’s almost overwhelming. I know it’s not a lack in the course itself. So what could cause this?

That’s when I realized that ambition was a tricky character. While you’re all fired up with a new project, ambition comes easily. When life hits and other things come up, ambition starts to wane. That’s when I encourage my clients to look back at their purpose. Why did they want to write a book in the first place? Who did they want to touch with their writing?

I also found in some cases that the client was subconsciously sabotaging their own efforts. If it were a lack of self-esteem or a feeling of unworthiness, they would find things to self-sabotage their efforts. Then I started encouraging my clients to change their mindsets about what they deserve. If you feel called or led to write a book, I believe there’s a reason and a purpose for it. You are good enough. You are capable. And there are so many tools available. Writing a book has never been easier than it is right now.

I hate dealing with grammar Nazis and those with a limited mindset who discourage new writers from even starting. I had a new writer who was desperate for a critique. I gave him a good critique, but he wanted someone that was a little harsher, so I sent him to a grammar Nazi. I wish I hadn’t. This grammar Nazi put down his work, but he also told the new writer not to get published because there was no money in writing anymore. Unfortunately, this new writer was so insecure that he took this advice even against my own, and I have never heard from him since. It’s a terrible shame because it has been a long time since someone could move me with words as this man did. I only hope he will get the courage to step up and share his work with the world in the near future.

Dealing with people who do not know how to make money with their writing is one of the things I despise about author coaching. Thousands of indie authors make six figures a year or more with their writing. If I had to go back to traditional publishing, I would probably refuse because I make a hundred times more money publishing independently.

They’re still money to be made publishing traditionally, but quite frankly, it’s much easier and quicker to do it on your own. Unfortunately, this grammar Nazi didn’t know how to make money with his writing, and his limited mindset caused another writer to give up. I will never again send someone looking for a critique to a grammar Nazi. When I researched this man, he’s never published anything in his lifetime to make things even worse. He knew so much about grammar but nothing about making money.

 

What I love about Authur coaching:

I love it when I can inspire a writer to start a new book. I love the excitement. You can feel it in the air as they begin to talk about their new book. I love helping them form the thoughts of their imaginations and helping them bring them out to the world. I love to inspire and motivate and encourage.

I love the feeling I get when I watch a new writer publish their first book. It’s like watching your child receive an award at school. I’m thrilled to be a part of their journey. I enjoy signing their certificate when they complete my course. I love packaging up my golden ink pins to give away to my authors who complete this journey. Unfortunately, I don’t get to do that very often. So many people want to quit halfway through their book and never finish. That’s the part I hate.

So what’s the point? The point is I want to encourage you to finish the projects you start. When you finish a project, there’s a feeling of joy and satisfaction that comes across in a way that you can’t explain unless you complete your task. Writing a book can be hard, but it doesn’t have to be. I’m here to help, but you still have to finish.

What would you like to accomplish in your lifetime? Have you started on the journey only to be distracted by life? I encourage you to start again. Don’t quit. Follow through. You’ll never know how it feels until you finish it.

 


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Nature’s Healing Touch

I’m sorry I missed motivational Monday. Yesterday. I was taking my own advice and enjoying the outdoors. This is one of My peony flowers.

I was out there landscaping and working in my flowers for 9 hours yesterday.

My mother-in-law brought me my first plant when I was 25 years old and in the depths of depression. She told me something I have never forgotten.

She said, “I don’t understand it, but somehow getting your hands in the earth will heal your mind.”

I don’t know how it works either, but I know everything is energy. Somehow working with the dirt, the flowers, and the water, calms the mind and eases the spirit.

Maybe one of these days a metaphysics teacher can show us how it works, but just from experience I can tell you it helps. I know it sounds strange.

They say stop and smell the roses. Sometimes you can’t smell them because of allergy problems. I say get it out there anyways if you can. Take 15 minutes to get your hands dirty. Feel the flowers. They feel like silk. Notice the intricate details of the design.

I hope this helps some of you. I know it has helped me many times over the years. Plant something! Watch it grow and realize you had a hand and bringing new life to the world. It makes a huge difference.

Love you all. I will share more pictures of my flowers soon

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8 tips to turn your ideas into a story, readers will love

8 tips to turn your ideas into a story, readers will love

So you have a brilliant idea for a book, but you don’t know what to do with it. How do you turn your ideas into a story? Will readers love it or hate it? How do you turn your idea into a book that sells like crazy? I have eight tips for you, whether your idea is fiction or nonfiction.


 

#1. Clarify your main idea:

Vague concepts don’t translate into great stories. Ask yourself a few questions before you start writing. What do you want the readers to get out of this book? Are you teaching them something? Are you entertaining them? Is there a moral to the story? Check out this post for more information on how to clarify your vision.

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#2. Focus on character development:

Whether writing a fiction book or telling your life story, you must focus on character development. New fiction writers tend to make their characters perfect, and then there’s nothing to write. To build believable characters, you must show their flaws. Conflict and chaos make a good story. This concept also applies when you are writing your own life story.

Maybe you want the world to think you were perfect and handled the chaos correctly. I’m sorry, but no one will read that book except your mother. Everyone goes through turmoil. Trials and tribulations develop our character as human beings. So focus on character development whether you are writing fiction or nonfiction.

More info on character development here:

https://atomic-temporary-128406418.wpcomstaging.com/the-six-basic-human-needs-and-how-they-can-help-your-writing/

 

#3. Research what you don’t know:

For years, there’s been a saying that says write what you know. But, if you’ve lived a very sheltered life, you will have nothing to write. I say write what you know and research what you don’t. My first traditionally published book was set in Hawaii. I still haven’t been there, but I spent two years researching everything I could find about the place. When the book came out, I had some native Hawaiians ask me how long I had lived on the islands. It was funny. I’ve never stepped foot there, but that’s the kind of research you need. You don’t have to write what you know. You just have to research it.

#4. Tie story into current events:

If the moral of your story can be tied to a current event in the news, you will find the book will sell like wildfire. Major marketing gurus know that if they can link their products into local news stories, they will sell 100 times better. Maybe your story could tie into an event, a charity, or scientific research in the news. It doesn’t always have to tie into a negative event.

#5. Mind map like mad:

Recently I’ve written an article about mind mapping for authors. I use mind mapping techniques to study my characters and build a well-rounded individual. (I also use mind mapping for marketing my books.) You need to know your characters well enough to pick them out of a lineup if necessary.

This tip reminds me of a crazy story. My first book was set in Hawaii, and the main character was a native Hawaiian man who happened to be a bodybuilder. Years after that book was published, I walked through a theme park with my family, and I nearly flipped out. The very man I wrote and created in my head was walking towards us! I swear it flipped me out.

That’s how well you want to know your characters before writing about them.

More info on Mind Mapping for Authors here:

https://atomic-temporary-128406418.wpcomstaging.com/mind-mapping-for-authors/

 

#6. Write right now!

Stop procrastinating and write the book already! I had one person sign up for my author’s coaching course, and she found all of the assignments in the year-long course kept her from writing. She was surprised when I told her to stop the course and just write. You see, anything can become a distraction if you let it. This author writes profusely but never has been published. Why? After procrastinating over the homework assignments, now she can’t stop editing her work. She’s traded one distraction for another. So while she is an excellent writer, she’s never been published.

While you need to research, mind map, and focus on character development. You must stop at some point and actually scribble things on paper

More information on overcoming procrastination:

https://atomic-temporary-128406418.wpcomstaging.com/write-right-now-overcoming-procrastination/

 

#7. Start with chaos:

I took a marketing seminar recently, and they said we have three seconds to stop the scroll on Facebook’s news feed. Wow! How do you attract the person’s attention in 3 seconds?

You might think that is just Facebook, but you have 15 seconds to hook the reader before they close the book if they were holding it in their hands and standing in the local bookstore. 

Start your book with conflict that will hook the reader emotionally. If you can tug at their heart enough, they will stick with you.

#8. Research the a-listers:

Research the top authors in your genre and see what topics they cover. This research will give you hot topic ideas. It will also show you what people want. Most of the a-listers have bigwig marketers on their teams. They know what trends are popular and what people want to read. Instead of hiring your own marketing guru, just research the a-listers. They’ll give you a clue.


I hope these tips have helped you take your idea out of your head and put it on paper. Don’t let the idea of writing a book overwhelm you. Writing a book isn’t as hard as you think with all of our modern tools. In fact, it has never been easier to write a book and get it published.

If you would like help with your book, check out my author coaching courses. I also have some one-on-one coaching options available through Patreon.

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Author Biz 101 Writer’s Course:

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Spam Comments on Posts – DON’T DO THIS!!!



Today I will be talking to you about some of my pet peeves as an author business coach. I teach people how to build a business and market their books effectively so they can earn an income from their writing. But, everywhere I look, I see more desperate authors spamming people.

Americans are so inundated with advertising that we have become blind to them. So, where does that leave an author trying to sell a book? I’ve seen authors trying to sell books at craft festivals, street fairs, and book sales at the local library. I also see a lot of writers making these marketing mistakes. Please understand this article comes from a good heart, but you must have some class when selling online.

Below are my top pet peeves. Make sure you don’t do these things, and you will have a better experience when it comes to marketing your work online.

#1. Spam comments on posts: I have a writer we will call Bob who likes to create an entire advertisement for their book in every comment they make on Facebook. It doesn’t matter if the original post was about this writer or his book at all. Bob will still write out an entire book ad in the comments section two paragraphs long. Do not do this! It makes you look unprofessional. It will not sell books for you.

#2. Shifting Fonts & Caps: I have seen other writers type in different font sizes. It looks unprofessional, and to make it worse; they also type half of their words in all caps. After that, they add in a half dozen exclamation marks and emojis. (Yeah! That really looks professional.)

#3. Spamming live videos: I’ve seen other writers regularly watch people’s live videos and then spam the video’s comments with another book ad. Not only is this spammy, but it’s also rude. Don’t bother a person on a live video with your book ad. It breaks their focus while they’re trying to talk, and it makes you look bad. Have some class people! Come on.

#4. Book ads in groups: The next thing I see is writers creating a paragraph-long book ad for their latest release. Then they will go to 187 groups and post the same book ad in every single group. This practice will not help you in the least. In fact, it will get you blocked on Facebook. Do not do this.

So what can you do to advertise your book? It’s real simple. Hire a coach like me, or take online classes to learn about marketing. Basically, you need to do whatever it takes to build an audience of people who want to read about your work. If they are not your target audience, then forget them.

Do not spam random people with information about your book. Even if they were interested after receiving your spam posts, they will block you and lose a sale.

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Clarifying your vision for writers


What would you like to achieve with your writing business? Yes, it is a business. First and foremost, you must think of yourself as a professional before accomplishing anything else. So beyond that, what would you like to achieve with your writing?
Many coaches encourage their followers to create a vision board. Do you have a vision board for your business? If so, what do you have on it? Maybe you aren’t the type to have a vision board. Perhaps you would rather create a dream book. Whatever you choose to make, the concept is the same.

Here are some basic steps to create your vision board or dream book:
Step one decide what you want. I know this seems easy, but this is the first step many people overlook. Do not put money on your vision board. Sure, you may want more money, but you need to be very specific about how much money you want. Nobody cares about a suitcase full of printed paper. If they delivered a million dollars to you today, you wouldn’t be excited about the paper or the ink. No, you would be excited about what you would do with that money. I suggest you put those things on your vision board instead of pictures of cash.
Ask yourself a few questions. Where would you go if you had all the money in the world? How would you dress? What would you drive? Would you hire a driver? Would you take commercial airlines, or would you own your own jet?
What kind of car would you like to have? I want you to be very specific. What is the make, the model, and the color? The more specific you can be about your goals, the better you are. Picture what’s your life would be if someone handed you that suitcase full of a million dollars. Don’t be pessimistic and wonder how much taxes you would have to pay on an imaginary million dollars. I know a few people that would focus on the taxes instead of the gift. Don’t be that person! Even if you had to pay half of it to the I.R.S. it’s still more than you had before you were given the gift.
I know in my case, I have a virtual assistant on my vision board. I need a virtual assistant who can help me with some busywork. I also have a picture of the Grand Canyon and another picture of kayaks. I want to take my family kayaking down the Colorado River.n
Think of the things you would do and the things you would like to have. Think of the people you would like to help. How much money would you donate to charity if you had all of the money in the world? Get a picture of that charity’s logo and put it on your vision board.
So what’s the difference between a vision board and a dream book? Well, that’s simple. A vision board is made up like a bulletin board with pictures of your goals. Some people would rather take a notebook and cut out all of the things they desire and paste them into the notebook and make a dream book out of it as a scrapbook of sorts. Either way, the concept is the same. The more you think about, dwell on, and work towards your goals, the more apt you are to achieve them.
How does this help an author? Decide what you want to accomplish with your business and put those things on your board. I have the New York Times bestseller logo on my vision board. Am I there yet? No, I will be. I don’t know how long it will take, but I will be there. I see it every time I walk through my kitchen and see my vision board. I see it every time I sit down at my desk because I have another vision board across the top of my desk. Every time I fire up my computer, I also see it because it is the home screen. I will accomplish it because I’m working towards it, and I won’t give up until I do.
Is there a specific publishing house that you would like to work with, but there’s no way at this point that you think you can get there? Copy of their logo and put it on your vision board. Would you like to go on a speaking tour throughout the US? Find a picture of someone speaking on stage, paste your face on their face, and put it on your vision board.
I have one last tip about creating your vision board. Make sure everything you put on your board is in a positive light. Don’t put anything negative on your vision board. I know it sounds strange and what difference could it make, but I’ll tell you it makes all the difference in the world. Don’t put get out of debt. Instead, put financial freedom. It means the same thing, but it has a less negative connotation.


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Monday Motivation: The Power of Meditation


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Thoughts Are Things!

There’s a wise old saying that says, “for as a man thinketh in his heart so is he.” What does that mean, exactly? It means you become what you think about regularly. Your consistent thoughts become your actions, and your actions change the reality around you. I know this sounds like a bunch of hoodoos, but I promise you there’s science behind it.


If you study Neuroscience, you’ll find out that every time you have a thought, whether negative or positive, your brain will send out neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are chemicals that will change your physical state. So, if you’re thinking negatively, your brain will send out stress hormones like cortisol. If you’re thinking about the positive things, your body will send out serotonin which gives you the feeling of bliss.

 

 What difference does it make?

 

That’s the scary part. It makes a huge difference. When your body is overfilled with cortisol, it starts shutting down from the inside out. Cortisol has a specific purpose. It is supposed to go along with the fight-or-flight mechanism to help us in times of crisis. When we fight off a bear, our body doesn’t care if it digests food, so it stops. It also doesn’t care about cleaning the toxins out of your system, so your kidneys and your liver will stop functioning as well!

 

Not only that, your cells stop their reproduction process. Every moment of our lives, our body regenerates itself from the inside out. Our cells die and reproduce constantly. This process is also shut down because your brain thinks it doesn’t matter if you’re dead. That’s true if you’re fighting a bear, but unfortunately, we stay in a constant state of stress in our modern society. This constant state of upheaval will cause massive amounts of health issues. Think about it. What kind of toxins are in your system because you’ve stayed stressed out for years? What type of health problems could we avoid if we found a way to release the tension in our bodies?

 

A man named Norman Cousins was dying of a deadly disease. The doctors gave him no hope, but he had an idea. I don’t know where it came from or what inspired him to do this, but it saved his life. In 1964, he was diagnosed with a deadly connective tissue disease. When the doctors couldn’t do any more for him, and he knew the only thing he faced was a terribly painful death, he decided to take it into his own hands.

He had been studying biochemistry and how emotions can affect the body. When all medical hope was lost, he decided to take massive doses of vitamin C and combine that with something unique. He created something he called laugh therapy. Now I know what you’re thinking. It sounds ridiculous, but if you were dying and only looking forward to a slow, painful demise, wouldn’t you try anything too? So he decided to have the nurses read him the comic strips out of the newspaper. Then he would watch comedy videos continuously. He spent as many hours as he could laughing as hard as he could. It was painful to laugh, but he continued the process, knowing that he was filling his body with good healing hormones every time he laughed.

Norman Cousins walked out of the hospital, cured of his illness to the astonishment of his doctors. He wrote a few books and didn’t die until the ripe old age of 75. It had been a full 26 years after his brush with death.

Now I am not advocating that you forgo going to the doctors when you have illnesses or for depression and anxiety. I am encouraging you, however, to add a little bit of laughter and happiness into your daily routine. While you may have to deal with some health problems, a positive attitude will always help you through it better than a negative one will. So, today I ask you, what are you thinking about?  (Yes, I know it’s a preposition at the end of the sentence, but it’s necessary—laugh grammar nazis of the world. The point of this article is you need to laugh more! )

 

 Scientists have told us that we have 100,000 thoughts a day or more. They also say 75% of those are negative. I can’t imagine going to the doctor’s office and asking her to give me 75,000 shots of cortisol, can you? It sounds insane, but we are doing this to ourselves every day! No wonder everyone is sick. Now think about this, what if you purposely made yourself think of positive things as many times as possible during the day? 

I encourage you to find ways to increase the joyful moments in your day. Whether it’s putting a picture of your child on your computer or pictures of your dream vacation, maybe it’s watching comedy videos when you get home from work. Whatever it is, insert more joy into your life. This year, the theme for Synova Ink Publishing is “learning how to live again.” Let’s all learn how to enjoy the journey in 2022. 


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