Today I signed the contract for my fourth traditionally published book. Professional Parenting will be available some time next year. I will keep you updated. I will be very busy writing this book within the next six months. Please allow more response time than usual. I will also be going on a book tour soon. If you have any questions about books or the tour visit Purple Tree Paperless Press on Facebook...
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God bless you all and happy holidays... :) xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo
What is it that you do for a living? Or for a long-held hobby? If it's anything that you have spent 10,000 hours or more on over your lifetime, you're an expert.
How many is ten thousand hours? Anything you have done an average two hours a day for thirteen or more years. Anything you have done eight hours a day for between three and four years. That makes you an expert. And yes, that includes parenting.
Expertise is not so much a matter of brilliance as it is of practice. In his book Outliers, bestselling author Malcolm Gladwell discovered that only dogged practice generates expertise and success. Look it up online; he has spectacular examples.
Brendon Burchard made it to the top of the New York Times bestsellers list by making the exact same case in The Millionaire Messenger: everyone is an expert in something, and it's marketable.
For your expertise, there's a market. People want to hear about it and they want to benefit from it.
Talk to us about your particular expertise, write it down, and we will publish it. For totally free, as always.
Don't be shy about what you're good at. If it's something you have done for so long already, by now you may not even realize that it has made you an expert. Don't keep what you're really good at hidden from the world. Share it. Become other people's guiding light. With a book in your hand, written by you about your strength, you'll open totally new doors.
Thank you, expert!
It isn't every day that someone gets this opportunity. It has been a lot of hard work and determination. I am so thankful to God for blessing me... :) xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo
Our traditional family recipe for campfire fun is your choice of hotdog without a bun. Whether you choose turkey or beef is up to you. Roast them like marshmallows do. You can use a wire coat hanger or a stick, either or will do the trick. When the roasting is through, balance a slice of cheese on the meat. Then slowly rock your stick for a tasty treat. The cheese should cling neatly around the meat. Klingons are fictional villains alright to eat...