If you follow any blog, it’s no surprise you’ll find some type of opt-in or someone asking you to join their email newsletter. I have done something that I’m proud of and I know will change the game on my website.
In today’s episode, we’re talking about my recent switch from MailChimp to ConvertKit and how my decision can help you and your online endeavors. It doesn’t matter if you have a blog, church website, online or offline business, email marketing can be beneficial and I’ll explain why.
Writers, write and Editors, edit. It’s the necessary cycle of every book, blog post, and article. But one thing is certain if you don’t edit your work, your readers will.
We get so excited to write our stories down that we forget one of the most important parts of writing is hiring an editor. This one person can take your manuscript and help you massage your message.
Let me ask you this question, do you want to be considered an expert in your field? By developing the habit of reading a book a month, you can become an international expert and a top earner.
In today’s episode, we’re diving into the topic of reading and why you should read at least 1 hour every day. But the reality, most people in America don’t read and nearly 1/4 of all adults have not read a book in the past year. We’re also going back into the ABC’s of Blogging. Today’s letter, “G”!
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Time is something we all have. In fact 1,440 minutes a day. The question is, how are we using those precious minutes God has given us?
For most people, they find time slipping away like a thief in the night. It’s like traveling on a slippery road, you’re just going to slide right by and wonder where your day went.
Gone are the days of civility and patience. You come across a someone’s post on Social Media and you instantly react and post your rebuttal. But is that the wisest move?
In today’s episode, I discuss how a quick and sharp tongue will destroy your credibility as an influencer and writer. We’ll look at the difference between being controversial and spouting off like a teenager. One thing is certain, if we want to influence the world with the message God has given us, we need to learn to build and edify others with our words.
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Everywhere you look on the web, people say email marketing is everything for bloggers and online marketers. This one aspect of having a blog or business is critical to its success.
It allows you to stay in touch with your audience. It gives you permission to access their email inbox. Without their permission, you’re breaking the law.
If you’ve turned on the television lately, you’ve been polluted with the toxic environment of fear they promote. We’re so concerned with what’s happening around us, but we fail to see what’s happening within us.
In today’s episode, I want to break down what it takes to stop living in fear of the unknown and embrace your future. Most people have no idea what their mission in life is. They may have a thought of what they’d like to do with their life, but mission is something that eludes most.
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Writing a book is one of the most satisfying and time-consuming things one can do. But if you’re going to write your book, you have to know where to begin.
For weeks, months or perhaps years, you’ve been planning, thinking and dreaming of having your book officially written. You’ve poured your heart and soul into the ideas and things you want to include in your book. Now, the work begins, because it’s time to sit down and begin your first chapter.
Apps, apps and more apps. These are the things we download and find ourselves distracted. But what if I were to tell you, there are 5 powerful apps you can use every day to make you more productive?
In today’s episode, I want to give you 5 of my favorite apps that I use daily to help me write more efficiently and get more done at the touch of the screen. Also, we’ll be diving back into the ABC’s of blogging with the letter F.
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Why do we tell stories? I suppose it’s to fulfill some need to entertain or enlighten someone. Maybe it’s about broadening someone’s ideas or changing their ideas and belief system. But one thing is certain, as writers, our job is to tell stories.
Life is filled with adventure and romance. It has its ups and downs like a rollercoaster. But I often wonder, why do so many people write and yet not say anything that will change the course of someone’s life? Isn’t that the purpose of story–to change a life one word at a time?