The actual process of writing a book isn’t the same as creating one. Creating ideas for a book is the easy part, finding a way to get those ideas onto ‘paper’ in a cohesive, interesting and engaging format is a bit harder. The hardest part? Actually getting it done.
Tim Ferriss recommends writing “2 crappy pages a day” … the theory is that it gets you into a habit of writing every day, even if it is only 2 crappy pages. This works for me, but once you’ve made some headway, I find that to really forge ahead, you need to ...Read More →
Britain is bucking the trend across Europe – its economy is growing. We’ve officially avoided a triple dip recession and it’s thanks to the innovative small businesses that have made extra sales not only in the UK but across the world. Tomorrow night, Smarta will be showing how your business can do this too, along with the help and experience from some of Britain’s top businesses including Dyson, King of Shaves and Royal Crown Derby. . . For free
We’re taking over London’s One Alfred Place from 6pm – 10pm on ...Read More →
I had always wanted to write a book.. I’d dreamed about it as a kid and talked about it as an adult … for years. Then, finally, I Stopped Talking and Started Doing!
I know there are many of you who have the same dream and it’s my responsibility to help ‘move’ you from dreaming to doing.We only have 5 places left!
So, if you’ve always wanted to write a book, but haven’t got round to it … if you’ve got an idea, but don’t know what to do with it … if you’ve already ...Read More →
It’s the simple things in life that count. Like being nice. When given a choice between working with people you like and people who can ‘do the job’, nice wins every time. How you treat people says far more about you than it does about them. When faced with a challenging situation, do you talk to the other person as an equal or do you talk down to them to try to gain ‘power’? If you do, you’ve lost already.
Do you try to see things from another perspective or use your position to assert ‘authority’? If you do, you ...Read More →
We try to do too much, so we end up doing far less than we could. What is the ONE thing that would make the biggest difference to your life, health, business or family right NOW?
Focus on that ONE thing. Make a plan to get from here to there and don’t get distracted by anything else. Once you’ve achieved that ONE thing, move onto the next. And repeat.
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