4 Reasons Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram Are Making the World a Better Place
It’s popular to complain about social media and talk about how it is destroying our culture, but what if the exact opposite is true?
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I joined Twitter on April 6, 2008. A friend urged me to check it out. He was already using it and loved it. So after some initial eye-rolling, I tried it and fell in love with the medium too.
It wasn’t long at all before I discovered that Twitter is one of the most powerful communication tools ever invented. It also wasn’t long before I got an earful from critics who said social media was bad news.
Should You Self-publish or Go Traditional? One Resource That Can Help You Decide
People ask me all the time: Should I release my book with a traditional publisher or try it on my own? There are pros and cons to both. So how can you decide? My new ebook simplifies the question by breaking it down to just four factors you need to consider. And here’s the great news: It’s free.
All you need to do is register for my new three-part video series, Breaking the Publishing Code (also free). It’s only available for a limited time, so if you have book inside you but are unsure which publishing route to go, act soon!
Publishing Can Seem Overwhelming, but Breaking the Publishing Code Guides You Step-by-Step through the Process
Eighty percent of people think they have a book inside them. I bet you’re one. But the idea of getting published can feel overwhelming. Where do you even begin?
Nothing makes an impact, creates authority, and opens doors like a book. But the publishing world seems so intimidating, full of unspoken rules, procedures, and expectations. Plus, publishers are pickier than ever.
What you need is a guide to demystify the process and show you step-by-step what it take your dream out of the clouds and put it on the page. After thirty years in the publishing industry, including as the CEO of one of the world’s largest publishers, I’ve created a free new video series to do exactly that.
Register for my free video training series, Breaking the Publishing Code, to discover how to get your book published. It’s available for a limited time, so register while the doors are still open.
Perfectionism is the enemy of productivity and success. It costs us opportunities, even freedom. But anyone can beat perfectionism and finally launch with the three simple steps we lay out in today’s podcast.
Modern Americans are the most sedentary people in the world—ever. Between our beds and our seats, we’re on our feet only a few hours each day. The bad news is that it’s killing us. Here are four stats that will motivate you to spend more time standing—starting today.
Some bloggers don’t use images at all. That’s a miss. Others use low-quality, unprofessional images. And that’s a miss, too, because it trivializes their brand. Using subpar images on your blog is like saying, “Readers, don’t take me seriously!”
Power amplifies who you are—the good, the bad, and the ugly. That means leaders have to be on their guard about certain temptations. I don’t know a single leader who has not dealt with at least one of these four.