I would like to welcome Invoice2Go to NAG today! They are here to share an infographic that his helpful to freelancers, small business owners/entrepreneurs, and indie authors!
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I would like to welcome Expert Editor to NAG today. They wanted to share an awesome infographic and some thoughts about what seems to be the anatomy of many bestsellers even though it is nearly impossible to do! Anyway, enjoy!
Anyone brave enough to write a book hopes that it goes on to become a bestseller. But what does a book need to have to achieve this?
While there is no magic formula, the folks over at The Expert Editor have crunched the numbers and created an infographic on all the common factors shared best selling books.
You may be surprised to know that the average length of a bestseller is 375 pages and books with a female protagonist are more likely to be successful. Also, while romance books are clearly the most popular genre today in terms of total sales, more people have read a crime/thriller book over the last year than any other genre.
These are just a few of the fascinating insights to be gleaned from the infographic below.
I would like to welcome “Narek” to NAG today. He is here to share 10 benefits of crowdfunding. If you have ever weighed the options of crowdfunding or wondered what good it would be, this article is for you! Enjoy!
At The Crowdfunding Formula, it’s our job to talk about the benefits of crowdfunding. If you dig in our site a lot, you will know by now it’s not all about the money. Yes, the money might be the driving factor behind your campaign, but you stand to gain a whole lot more from crowdfunding. Here’s our quick rundown of the 10 (yes, ten) BIG benefits of crowdfunding:
OK, so funding isn’t everything but it is important, and it was obviously going to make the list. Next…
Crowdfunding might just save you as much as it makes you thanks to this handy benefit: free market research. Your crowdfunding community are the perfect guinea pigs; they’ll help you assess demand for your product. If your really good idea gets absolutely no backers, then that’s a pretty good indication that there isn’t a market for it. Imagine if you’d gone the traditional funding route, you might have ended up with stock manufactured and sitting in a warehouse before you realized no one wanted to buy it.
The crowdfunding community is also very vocal. They’ll tell you what they like about your product and share their ideas for improving it. Your backers will invest in your story (emotionally and financially). They’ll become more than just another customer; these guys will consider themselves a part of your project. They’ll take pride in your success and are much more likely to get involved in helping spread the word than a traditional consumer.
Your crowdfunding campaign is basically a place to selling a product or concept before you’ve brought it to market. Pre-sell a lot of items, and you can start production with little or no financial risk. For many people, this is THE big benefit of crowdfunding — there’s even platforms that specialize in pre-selling (check out Quirky if this is your thing).
The media likes crowdfunding. To your average journo, crowdfunding is full of unique, inspiring human interest stories. It is the place to find innovators, entrepreneurs, and The Next Big Thing. Everyone wants to be a part of a success story and, if yours is newsworthy enough, you might just find yourself with free PR and a wealth of eager backers.
There’s no question about it; crowdfunding builds you a team of loyal customers. They are part of your success; they’re not going to ditch you for the next flashy competitor who comes along. These guys are going to be the first ones to buy your latest product and respond to your surveys. It’s the kind of loyalty brands like Apple spent decades cultivating, and you get it (albeit on a smaller scale) absolutely free with a crowdfunding campaign.
Cultivating thousands of organic users who share your product or service is very, very hard to do with traditional marketing. But crowdfunding doesn’t have a commercial image, so everyone’s that much more inclined to help you out. And if you get enough people sharing your campaign, it might even go viral — which means more backers, a bigger community to research and more chance of attracting media attention.
You’re not just targeting backers and the media. Create a buzz around your crowdfunding campaign, and you could draw out potential partners as well. It might not be the primary focus of your campaign, but don’t underestimate the power of a professional network. Optimize your crowdfunding campaign to attract new partners by ensuring your campaign is literate and includes testimonials from people you’re already working with.
With backers pouring in (we hope), you’ll find creating a strong database of customers remarkably easy. This is the data of highly targeted and potentially loyal customers — and it’s priceless.
Investors are always looking for successful companies. A large number of people interested in your project is a great asset; it shows investors that you have market appeal and a solid community behind you. It’s not uncommon for crowdfunding projects to receive greater funding from investors after their campaigns. The best example is, of course, Oculus Rift. In September 2012, they raised a cool $2.4 million through Kickstarter, prompting a $2 billion buyout by Facebook only six months later.
I would like to welcome Sheena Mathieson to NAG today. She is here to share 5 tools that everyone who uses Twitter for business should use. Enjoy and try them for yourself!
Many companies are now turning from one social tool to another in order to reach out to a specific audience. This refers to the kind of audience that the online industry is relying on so that they can reach an array of the company’s products and services. Using a social tool like Twitter allows the distribution of information to reach each and every Twitter follower. Here are a few tools that everyone in any Twitter follower industry should consider using.
Long links can take up a lot of characters, which can be a problem for Twitter whose characters are limited. If anyone needs to shorten those links, it is recommended to use Bit.ly. Not only that, but it saves a lot of time by sharing these shorter versions of links to more than one account. Through Bit.ly, individuals can make customized domains that match for their company. This personal touch creates trust among any Twitter follower.
Hootsuite is another favorite tool used by the online industry. If a company uses more than one social media, Hootsuite allows its users to manage them instead of having to open them individually. By doing it this way, it saves a lot of time and effort that can be used somewhere else in a more productive way. Not only is it easy and convenient, it is a single platform that allows you to access all of the social network channels that the company is in.
Another popular social tool used in the online industry is BufferApp. Instead of flooding every single Twitter follower with interesting and relevant news that one finds every minute, this tool allows the user to send these links in accordance to a schedule. This is important so that followers won’t get annoyed with overloading of tweets at a single time. The user can set up a particular schedule based on time to evenly distribute such information.
SocialBro is another social tool that companies can invest on. This is because its users can analyze critical data and assessment towards a path of making important decisions that can enhance any marketing strategy. SocialBro reaches out to a target audience that is vital for any company. It attracts potential clients and customers.
Another powerful tool that can be added to the list is Twitterfeed. Shared quality content can be viewed by the audience over multiple social networks. After users have distributed the content, statistics can be tracked and monitored. This way, users can analyze which content is popular among the audience so that users know what kind of content to look for in the future when the need arises.
All of these social tools can be used in the online industry in order to boost and promote a particular business to an audience who is in need of such product or service. These are meant to be used for long term measures so that companies can watch as they progress or bounce back after a series of downfalls. A combination of marketing strategies as mentioned earlier are important in order to reach the company’s goals.
About the Author
Sheena Mathieson, understands the essence of making excellent content that suits the needs of every business especially when it comes online marketing. She can spice up your marketing campaign with the content she makes and then incorporate Buy Real Marketing services.
I would like to welcome Jenny Gunn to NAG today. She is going to share some thoughts with us about developing a social media strategy for you brand or company–which an author is! Enjoy!
Social media is the new powerful tool that can either make you or break you. It depends on two things, first your consumers and their behavior on social media and the second is you. The way you use social media depends on how you will progress on the digital footprint. The power of social media is such that it can make a brand last long enough in the minds of consumers in a matter of seconds and overnight. This is the reason, most of the companies, brands and people are now jumping over to take the social media platform and give their brands a great Digital footprint. However, just being on social media means nothing. Consider social media a space with infinite possibilities, so to be effective enough, you need to have a strategy in mind and a map of how will you progress, what will you do and what channels will you use on the social media front to make sure that it is beneficial to you rather than destructing. To define a great social media strategy you need to keep few things in mind which are in the following sections of this article.
Understand your Brand and the Need for Social Media
Going on social media is not just for the sake of it. First, understand your brand and the essence of it, try to learn how can this be translated into the social media communications? Find out the key areas of your brand that you will highlight and use in your pages and channels. It is also important you follow the branding guidelines exactly as they are laid out in the social media. A same company giving out different messages on different channels will never be successful.
Understand your Target Audience
To find the right track on social media, find your target audience and see how they behave, what channels they use and the timings they are online. All this could be found through research very easily. Once you find your brand audience, it becomes very easy to concentrate and focus on the strategy in one direction.
Once you have the target audience and brand essence set, now is the time to define objectives that you wish to achieve through your social media management. Is it the brand awareness, is it the sales or a promotional campaign. Whatever it is always defining your short and long term goals, to identify what you are trying to monitor and measure your success rate over the period of time.
Use a Holistic Approach
Do not just focus on one channel or platform; make a holistic approach on social media which is perfectly connected with your overall marketing and media campaign. The holistic approach is something that will ensure your brand gives out the same message wherever your target audience goes.
Always get this, that social media is not free. Remove this perception and keep some significant budget for your social media strategy and implications.
Jenny Gunn is a famous social media activist. She runs various page management campaigns for her clients and frequently posts on Assignment Done UK Writing Service website to guide people on the social and digital media front. For more details join her at Facebook|
I would like to welcome Russel Cooke to NAG today. He is here to share a guest post and an infographic about social media etiquette. I have had somethings along these lines going on in my head for a time and this will also give my colleague Rachel Thompson a break too. Anyway– Enjoy!
Minding your manners is just as important as your mother always told you. When it comes to the world of online interaction, etiquette still counts – just maybe not quite in the same way that you were told as a child.
It’s important to respect that interactions via social media occur at a remove from typical face-to-face or even voice-to-voice interaction. Because of this aspect of social media, abide by a basic framework of rules with your online communication.
Ever had a conversation via text go awry when one or both people involved got confused by what was said? The same thing can happen on social media. Make your intentions clear by using the proper netiquette.
Be natural, polite and prompt. Don’t inundate your social media interactions with emoticons, CAPS, improper grammar, or robotic language. Rather, mind your tone – and your manners! – on social media and treat each message or post as you would a conversation with a friend.
Just as you wouldn’t want to talk to your friends in a movie theatre, you don’t want to misuse social media platforms. Be aware of the format of each of your social media outlets:
There’s no such thing as being too polite. Check out this infographic on more ways to use netiquette on social media.
About the Author:
Russel Cooke is a business consultant and writer who lives in Los Angeles, CA. Follow him on Twitter @RusselCooke2.
I would like to welcome Amelie John to NAG today. She is here to share some thoughts about some of the obstacles any writer can run into when writing web content. Enjoy!
In the present day, writing is undoubtedly one of the fastest growing occupations that are empowering business to grow. With effective writing tactics businesses are building a stronger relationship with their customers as well as enhancing their brand name in the industry. Writing enables the businesses to get more traffic and obviously more revenue for their brands. But in order to generate more traffic for a specific brand, it’s vital to write quality content. If you are also willing to produce High-Quality content for effective online marketing, then luckily you’re at the right place. Read the information shared below to speedily overcome writing obstacles.
Avoid Plagiarism Issues
Make sure to write plagiarism free content as it’s the biggest enemy of every writer. Being a content writer means, you should understand that plagiarized work is disliked by search engines especially Google. If you want to get appreciation and attention of the target audience, then you should produce quality content. Additionally, reputable sites not accept plagiarized material for online marketing purpose; therefore you should check your written piece of paper with plagiarism checkers. By doing this, you can easily submit none plagiarized piece of paper not only in your web blogs but also on other blogs. It will enhance your reputation in the eyes of search engines and customers as well.
Share Authentic References
Any content that is produced without references is always remains authentic in the eyes of reviewers. It is better to include proper references to enable your readers satisfy with interesting information shared in your post. In addition, keep in mind to never write irrelevant and unauthentic references in your writing projects as it will provide a bad impression to the readers. When you include extra-ordinary information in your piece of papers, verify their genuineness and authenticity with proper references before sharing it to any online forum. Otherwise, it will be difficult for you to fulfil the purpose of your job that is to attract readers with your creative skills.
Double Check Your Work
It is vital for writers to check their completed work two to three times before submitting it. This is because many times, written piece of papers includes grammar and spelling mistakes that are hard to ignore. Ensure to review your completed work several times in order to place out mistakes that are remaining in it. Remember the poor sentence structure and spelling mistakes are enemies of quality work, so avoid these mistakes, especially if you are creating it for online marketing purpose. Moreover, you can also use grammar checker applications to produce a top notch paper that is recommended by search engines for digital marketing.
Never Add Unpleasing Material
You will never attract your target audience if you are writing unpleasing material. Make full use of your content marketing strategy by writing the attracting information to get more traffic for your brand. Sometimes writers forget to write information that plays a key role in persuading the customers to buy from them. While creating content keeps in mind to share perks that your company is offering to customers. By doing this, you can easily convince the reader to find about other great deals you offering them with reliable services. Moreover, you can also include discount deals and after sale services that your company delivers to customers along with their products and services. In this way you can easily satisfy the customer and build a stronger relationship with them.
Don’t Write a Poor Author Biography
It is observed that very often writers make mistakes while preparing author bio section. If you want to achieve your targets, then you have to write a proper author biography to define yourself in the right manner. Furthermore, keep in mind to add appropriate keywords that are essential for generating links for online marketing strategy. Therefore, create a proper author biography section by placing your accurate information and including relevant links to fulfil the purpose of your content writing.
Don’t just read the information shared in this article; instead implement it while writing a new content to avoid all the hurdles that stop you to grow. If you will follow this approach successfully, you will easily accomplish your marketing goal by generating more traffic for your company web forum.
About the Writer: Amelie John is a specialised writer and content producer. You can take her services with write my essay if you want to grow your career in the right direction.
I would like to welcome Elizabetha Halsted to NAG today. She will be sharing some info about beating writer’s block today. If you are a writer, you how we all hate it, but it happens. Enjoy!
Writing can frustrate professional writers, if their mind gets fail to produce creative ideas. But the situation becomes worse when a writer is not able to generate a single idea for a longer period. A writer’s block is a common phenomenon and it’s often caused by conflicting feeling. Anyone can restore writer’s block by learning some effective techniques. If you are also affected by writer’s block and unable to produce a single idea for your new writing project then luckily you’re at the right place. Have a look at the information shared below to avoid this frustrating position.
Refresh your mind
We all know that stress is the enemy of creativity. When your mind is hijacked with negative thoughts, you cannot concentrate fully to produce more ideas. Eliminate negative thoughts to regain your focus at work. You can easily perform it by doing some exercises. Exercise plays a great role in refreshing our mind and clearing our thought process. Do it until you feel fresh. Once you eliminate all negative thoughts that are stopping your creativity, get back to your work to take a fresh start.
Change your place
Many times writers are not in a position to generate creative ideas due to their workplace issues. Whenever we work at the same place for a longer period, it flies away our interest at work. Nonetheless, by performing different activities at the workplace, we can turn our work enjoyable. It could be easily done by changing your positions after some time to stay in focus. For instance, you can sit on the roof or at your room, balcony with your books, pencil and other writing stuff. Hopefully these little changes will enable you to bring creativity at the workplace in order to produce copious amounts of unique ideas.
Look for creativity
When your mind fails to produce new ideas, you need to refresh it with some techniques. A recent survey proved that a cup of tea, coffee, hot milk or a glass of juice can help you create more ideas for your new writing project. This is because it will boost up your energy level and expand your thought process. Ultimately, ideas will begin to generate in your mind and you will successfully create a top notch writing project. Therefore next time if you’re troubling from writer’s block, have a cup of hot or cold drink to come up with inspiring ideas.
Brainstorming is an effective technique for generating new ideas. Through brainstorming, you can develop a bundle of ideas for every writing project. Perform this mind mapping tool to come up with ideas that will support your topic. If you will perform brainstorming on a daily basis, it will become easier for you to write impressive ideas on any topic. It is seen that people who perform brainstorming techniques generate unique ideas and come up with solution to beat writer’s block situation. Thus, you should also adopt this technique of generating outstanding ideas to carry out your work in a cool manner.
Research your topic
If you’re facing a hard time in producing relevant ideas for your topic, then you should research it from a different platform. In the today’s world of technology, research is not a difficult task. You can research a number of platforms over the Internet to collect ideas that suit with your topic. Additionally, you can also use social networking platforms for the purpose of gathering new ideas. Nowadays almost every person is using social media platforms to share their ideas and views. It means that you can also benefit from social media platforms by placing out matching ideas for your topic.
The writer’s block problem is common among professional writer. It could tackle by ignorance. Spend some time in writing down anything that comes to your mind. Ignore any negative though or force that is stopping you to write. Only focus on your topic and write whatever knocks in your mind. Do this for some time, until your brain starts supplying ideas in a nonstop manner. Surely this process will train your brain to tackle writer’s block in an effective manner without frustrating. In this way, you will not only get relaxed but also bring lots of impressive ideas for your present and upcoming writing projects.
About the Writer: Elizabetha Halsted is a professional blog writer and a academic advisor from the UK who loves to share her knowledge through blogging. In the present time she is writing blogs on education and career related topics to help people who want a research paper writer to overcome different issues that stops them to write.
I would like to welcome Justine Schofield from Pubslush to NAG today. She will talk about crowdfunding and how it will help authors. She will also share some info about Pubslush. Just for coming by where and reading, she has a special treat at the end. Enjoy! Have a question? Leave a comment!
Crowdfunding presents a unique opportunity for those looking to raise funds in the current economic landscape. Whether you have a startup business idea, an innovative new product or a creative project, you can now rally the support of the crowd to gain funding and awareness. Through the reward-based crowdfunding model, project creators can offer supporters and early adopters exclusive benefits and incentives in exchange for their financial pledge.
Not only does crowdfunding offer the go-getters of the world with an opportunity to fund their project outside of conventional funding options, it’s an industry that’s growing. Quickly.
The crowdfunding industry has more than tripled since 2011 and continues to expand at an exponential rate. Now, the crowds of consumers are able to act as the gatekeepers to verify a potential business or creative idea. Isn’t it a novel idea to include consumers in the creation process? This is the idea behind the innovative invention company, Quirky, who uses crowd verification to decide what products they produce.
So, why should this emerging trend be important to you? At the risk of being overly sentimental, it’s a way of making dreams come true. Working for Pubslush, a niche crowdfunding platform exclusive to publishing and literary projects, I see firsthand the impact crowdfunding has on individuals. We’ve had many authors thank us profusely, send us cards in the mail (which we love), and tell us repeatedly that without our platform and personalized service, they wouldn’t have been able to publish their book.
Specific to authors, crowdfunding provides them with opportunities above and beyond raising funds. Of course, as previously stated, the ability to raise funds to publish is very important to many authors and can be the difference between holding your book in your hands and having it saved to your Desktop. But the benefits don’t stop at funding.
The reward-based model also allows authors to collect pre-orders, which provides the opportunity to begin an aggressive and actionable book marketing campaign before the book is even published. In a recent interview with Parnassus Books, bestselling author Tony Earley said, “I’ve always thought that any book that isn’t pre-sold, that doesn’t receive any attention beforehand, seems more like an afterthought than a book, something that no one values very highly.”
It’s true, the marketing for a book never really ends. One can only hope that a book will build such momentum that it begins to market itself through word-of-mouth, but how does an author build that momentum? It begins well before the book is published.
Writing is a process, and so is publishing. If you want your book to sell, taking the proper steps to publish is just as important as writing. Crowdfunding for a book gives authors a way to test the market and gauge audience interest. If an author isn’t able to collect pre-orders or gain interest in their book before it’s published, odds are they won’t sell a substantial number of books come publication time either. This could be an indication the author needs to take a step back and work on building their audience. The more planning and preparation that goes into the pre-publication phase, the more streamlined and successful the overall publishing process will be.
The opportunity for authors to begin thinking critically about their book, engage with potential readers and collect pre-order is perhaps, more than anything else, the most important aspect of crowdfunding for authors and something all serious authors should consider. Publishing a successful book isn’t easy, but if you’re educated and take the proper steps in the process, you will see much better results come publication time.
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Justine Schofield is the development director of Pubslush, a global a pre-publication platform that allows authors and publishers to raise funds, collect pre-orders and tangibly market their upcoming book project. A writer at heart, Justine received her MFA in Creative Writing from Lesley University. A prominent voice in the publishing industry and an advocate for educating authors and publishers about crowdfunding, she has contributed to IBPA’s Independent magazine, Self-Publishers Monthly, Book Marketing Magazine, Business Banter and many more online publications. She tweets for . .
I would like to welcome back Katherine Smithson to NAG today. Today’s post is more for aspiring writers in how to to create your first character, but for experienced authors it will remind us about part of the fun of being an author! Enjoy!
Giving birth is not just about natural birth. Sometimes, it’s also about giving life to a story’s hero.
Creating a character for a novel or even for a short story is like conceiving and giving life to a new being. You need to mold it into another person who is complete in the physical, mental, social, spiritual, and emotional departments. It’s basically like role playing as a kid, plus all the personality and even the back story of your character.
So if you’re thinking about writing a story and creating some characters for the very first time, these tips might help you make the process of materializing one easier and better.
Start from the Inside Out
It’s always easier to start on the physical aspects of your character. Blonde, long hair, with curly eye lashes and blue, sparkling eyes. But like in real life, what defines a person is always the most important thing and the best aspect to begin with. Ask yourself, what one or two adjective/s would you want to describe the character you want to conceive? According to the story you’ve made up in your mind, what kind of person would best suit your protagonist. Start from there and everything else will follow.
Get Ready to Give Birth
Like what I said earlier, giving birth is not just about any natural birth. It’s also about giving life and character to a new person inside a book. Like any parent, you have to prepare yourself to take good care of this character and give justice to his/her/its life and his/her/its story. Prepare yourself on becoming a “parent” because you’re going to adore, hate and even at times be disappointed with the character you’ve made out of him/her/it. Keep in mind that just like in the matter of parenting, pouring your love and heart, like when writing your best essays, to your characters is the very foundation, as well as your sheer connection to your readers.
Give Him/Her/It a Piece of Yourself
Share some of your physical traits, habits, or personality to your character. It’s important to leave a personal mark on your characters, especially to your protagonist to give the readers a sense of your own being as a writer and to give the feel that you are the creator and the “parent” of that character.
But Remember that He/She/It is a Completely Different and Unique Individual
Every story character has its own individuality. No matter how closely you can relate to the story or the character’s experiences and personality, remember to give him/her/it the liberty to become someone else other than you. Let him/her/it be who she/he/it really is. It’s bascially the same thing as when your mom and dad gave you the freedom to discover your own self and make your own decisions and adventures.
Don’t Forget About the Back Story
Albus Dumbledore was a muggle-hater, Severus Snape was Lily Potter’s secret lover, Katniss Everdeen hunts “illegally” outside the fences because his father taught her so, Dauntless’ Four is Tobias Eaton — the son of an Abnegation leader, Marcus Eaton.
Back stories play a very crucial role when it comes to character building. It can define them as a person and justify their present and future decisions. It can also dictate the journey of the character and the outcome of the story’s ending.
His/Her/Its Choices Depends on His/Her/Its Character, Not Yours
Again, the characters that you will make have their own lives to live and own situations to deal with. Although you are the writer and you have the control over their decision-making schemes, you would give more justice and individuality to your characters if you would allow them to decide for themselves. Put yourself into their shoes and think like them. In that story’s world or time frame, they are basically uniquely living and breathing individuals who deal with their own situations like you do every single day.
The beauty of of character creation and building lies in the differences and uniqueness of your characters. So when you write a story and mold characters for it, don’t just play Sims — give life instead. Share your character building thoughts and experiences below.
I would like to welcome back Christopher Austin back to NAG today. He is here to share some thoughts from famous motivational speakers to help any business. Authors are a business, so this can apply. Enjoy!
How can motivational experts help companies thrive? There’s no such thing as the perfect enterprise and whether we like it or not, CEOs and managers deal with all kinds of problems every single day. When these problems are caused by employees, productivity slows down and companies start fading away. A motivational expert’s job is to give employees a reason to work. These people have the power of boosting enthusiasm and drive. Their secrets are based on their personal life experiences meticulously laid out in their books and public speeches. Let’s have a closer look.
“Kangaroo Millionaire” by Marc Hrisko
Marc Hrisko was a firefighter who gave up his job only to become a motivational speaker. He educated himself about mega-wealth strategies and pursued his dream to become a millionaire. With the help of his wife, he made $1 million by the age of 29. His book “Kangaroo Millionaire” is an excellent read. Perfect for business people, “Kangaroo Millionaire” reveals the genuine secrets of becoming rich. Funny, insightful and counterintuitive, every executive should give it a try. It will help you find meaning in whatever you’re doing. Every business can succeed; it just needs the right leader to make that happen.
Famous for his deep story-telling style and infinite passion for self-improvement, Jim Rohn’s memorable citation, success is what one attracts by the person they become, has inspired millions. As a motivational speaker and acclaimed author, Rohn has always tried to compel his audience through powerful stories based on dedication, a healthy living, and hard work. He shares his secrets with the world through his books, and one of the most brilliant of them all is “Leading an Inspired Life”. Everyone can achieve success, in life and in business. You just have to go through some foundational principles.
T. Harv Eker
Famous for his “Secrets of the Millionaire Mind”, T. Harv Eker has succeeded to convince millions of people that in spite of everything, there is a way to achieve financial freedom. His motivational speeches are focused, determined and gripping. Comfort and convenience are the kiss of death in life (and in business). That’s because people don’t want to do anything to become rich; most of them are satisfied with what they have, and they don’t really want to push themselves to achieve more. For a business to achieve greatness, it must have committed leaders, people who are not afraid to get out of their comfort zone to attain their goals.
After serving in WWII, Zig Ziglar started his career in sales. He rose to prominence in business, and began motivational speaking. He mixed self-improvement and practical advice with a deep focus on Christian values. With an enthusiastic speaking style, Ziglar has helped millions of people take charge of their lives. “Business Meets the Bible” is one of his most successful books. Ziglar strongly believes that by applying biblical truths of customer service and leadership, everyone can help their business succeed.
Writer, radio disk jockey, politician, and TV host, Les Brown went through a number of challenges in his youth. Now he’s one of the world’s most inspiring and stirring motivational speakers. Featuring a dynamic personality and an infinite drive to help others achieve their goals, Les masters the art of attaining success. Over the years he mentored some Fortune 500 CEOs, as well as smaller business owners, and he’s certainly the type of person companies should look after to boost drive and commitment. “Live Your Dreams” is a book packed with stories about happiness and success. It charges the readers with positive messages, and it’s a must read for company owners struggling to make their businesses succeed.
Can motivational speakers help you become a millionaire? Are their stories that gripping? The road to success is paved with a lot of obstacles, and it’s up to you to overcome those challenges in order to get to the top. Motivational speakers are excellent for companies that want to engage their employees and boost productivity. These people have made it in life; they’ve achieved everything they wanted to achieve, and now they want to help others too. Get to know their secrets by reading their books, and you’ll be one step closer to becoming a millionaire yourself.
By Christopher Austin and LondonSpeakerBureau.com!