We don't go anywhere without our reads.
- Most people stop building their business because of time or money. For me it's money, it's expensive going out on your own. - But I'm not stopping. Wait until it all comes together and it will. - Then I'll reward my doubters.
- Keep your eyes open and take advantage of social media platforms. I subscribe to Entrepreneur Magazine. It's keeps me up to date with emerging networks, always be first.
- Be straightforward with your intentions. My passion is writing for children and something I do full time. I've started selling my first early chapter book on Amazon. So you are going to see book promos and bookish content on this page. It would mean the world to me if I had your support on my journey. I'm all about creating a love of reading to children and invite you to check out my new book and leave comments about the book.
- Stand out and look for inspiration where no one else is looking. I'm fascinated with Steve Jobs and how his out of the box thinking was the gateway to success. Here's to those of us that put the circle in the square hole.
If you can use failure to your advantage, then you got the stuff to build your game. If not get out.
No one gives a sh**. Outside your circle, most don't care. This brings me to carrot cake. Who thought to put carrots in a dessert, they belong at the dinner table. My dislike is perhaps the things people put in it, like raisins and pineapple. And let's not forget the glue like substance they call icing. Or maybe it's the negative experiences have been served with it. What's up with control and carrot cake? Every time I've been served this cake it's because the other person likes it. "I know it's your birthday, but I'm gluten free and so got you this carrot cake instead," No thanks I'll pass, again.