Podcast Ep 133: Book Marketing for Authors

Wonderful astrologer Sally Kirkman sent me this salutary reminder in one of her recent newsletters: Before you rush off to write your life story, it’s worth noting that current (2014) statistics state that 93% of all books written never sell more than 500 copies and a book’s success is dependent on 5% writing and 95% marketing!” I have several clients who are writers, all of whom operate different business models. Thank you to all of your for your inspiration to me as a writer too. One of them is published by Hay House with whom he has multiple books, and […]

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Entrepreneurs Need Ordinary Heroes

I have a Google Alert set on the word Entrepreneur and every day Google sends me a list of pieces published around the globe on this topic. If I get another story about the Zuckerbergs and the Bransons of this world, I’ll scream. Anyone would think there are only a handful of success stories and role models in our world and that they are all terribly wealthy. I was chatting this through idea with my pals in our virtual book club. Someone brought up the New York Times Bestseller List and there we go again. Yes, awesome what those best-selling […]

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Be Brave, Go First, Do It Now

Way back, in the summer of 2012, Jean let me in on a little secret. 750words.com. A useful resource which I have loved and shared with everyone I know. Here’s what it’s all about. You write. 750 words a day. Online. Buster, whose gorgeous website it is, suggests we might like to think of it as a sort of online Morning Pages a la The Artist’s Way and I get where he’s coming from. I’ve done Morning Pages a lot in my life and love them, conceptually and in reality, when I get around to doing them. But finding the time isn’t always […]

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So Here I Am. Writing. Again.

Lately I’ve been receiving intuitive nudges to write more, specifically to set a goal to write here on my blog every day. It’s a tall order, I won’t lie. The spirit is willing, very, very willing, but the flesh is mostly weak. And since today is the first of the month it would seem like an auspicious day to start such a personal challenge. Or re-start it, should I say. It’s a good day because the first of the month always feels like a clean slate, an opportunity to re-commit to your goals. It’s also a bad day because on […]

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“Highly perceptive, incisive, thinks business brilliantly…”

My Entrepreneur Of The Day for Wednesday 26th June 2013 was Jenny Kowalczuk, a beautiful person, with a beautiful website and a beautiful way with words: “I thoroughly enjoyed talking to Judith Morgan today. She’s highly perceptive, incisive, thinks business brilliantly and is warm and empathetic. Not only that but my call with Judith was relaxed, even though she gently structured the call. I didn’t feel hurried or as though Judith was trying to prove herself to me or sell me anything. We also enjoyed a few good chuckles. What a joy! Thanks Judith!” If you need some professional writing in […]

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