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What’s Next for Professional Speaker & Author L. Diane Wolfe as She Wraps Up Her Virtual Book Tour

Author & Speaker L. Diane Wolfe

My current project is one I should ha’ve begun years ago – a written version of my Publishing 101 & 102 seminars. Those seminars are my most popular and attendees have often asked if I had book covering the topic. Using my original seminar titles, the book is called How to Publish & Promote Your Book Now!

From my extensive notes, it was easy to compose an outline and begin writing. I’ve enjoyed being able to go into greater detail all of the aspects of publishing and promoting a book. I’ve broken the chapters down into short, easy to follow segments, covering every aspect of my seminars. Each chapter also includes website links to more information, examples, and items an author needs.

Since there is far more presented in the book than during my seminars, I had to do additional research. The industry is changing so fast now with eBooks that I know I will be making last minute edits up to the very end. I hope to be able to update the eBook version every few months and offer it free Read more

5 Ways to Erase Daily Procrastination in Your Business

Guest blog post by A. Michelle Blakeley:

According to Real Simple magazine’s survey of 10,000 readers, the average daily to-do list has 5 to 9 tasks on it. Only 5% of the readers are productive for 3 hours during a 9-to-5 workday as a result of web-related distractions. According to the Procrastination Research Group, based on some figures, it is estimated that as much as 95% of the people are prone to procrastination. Amongst them, 20% of them are chronic procrastinators.

Procrastination is generally defined as avoided tasks
or activities that need to be accomplished. Poor time management and procrastination can be a direct result of having unreachable goals, having to meet others’ standards, disorganization or the inability to handle the task. Below are ways to erase daily procrastination in your business. Read more