Create a Workable Book/Ebook Publishing Workflow

At our tiny publishing company, we have established a book publishing workflow that works for us mostly because of one core concept: our book text is separate from the formatting and styles are used consistently

Letting Go and Going Your Own Way

Think about those things that make you feel bad and just let them go. You’ll be glad you did.

How to Organize The Ideas in Your Book

The way you organize the material for your book has an impact on whether or not you effectively communicate your message to your readers

Do It Now! Nine Ways to Move Forward on Your Book

When you focus intently on what you really want (such as to be a book author), the results can be huge

How to Get Out of a Writing Slump

Lack of writing productivity may stem from three issues. Resolve them and get back on track.

The Four Words I Dread Seeing In My Email Inbox

Sending email from your Blackberry may be convenient for you, but it isn’t for anyone else– in fact deciphering your email haiku is a big waste of time.

When You Reach Information Saturation, Stop. Then Do.

If you really want to make strides in business or other areas of your life, at some point you need to stop learning and start doing.

Creative Differences: Cultivate and Respect Your Best Writing Times

Your creativity fluctuates throughout the day, so take advantage of your best (and worst) writing times

Finding Topic Ideas for Your Blog, Articles, or Even Your Book

When you are trying to figure out what to write, don’t worry about what you “should” do.

Why Most People Fail to Finish Book Projects

The reason most people don’t finish their book projects is not lack of desire; it’s lack of planning