Janise Graham talks about “leaving in style.” She takes us to the heart of why a succession plan is essential, what topics to consider, and when to have these discussions.
Today, we talk to E. Marie Hall about combating the limiting mindsets each of us face and moving through those mindsets toward developing an unstoppable mindset to help grow more success.
Arlene and CJ Peterson discuss the healing power of writing, giving back to the community through your book, and helping others heal their hearts and stand courageous.
Tune in as Arlene identifies who should write their book and why. She also provides free tips, tools, and tricks to effectively market your book and eventually turn it into an online class.
Today, Arlene explains how to get each part of your book written the expert way. For example, the introduction is the summary of your book that is meant to grab the reader and let them know what the book’s benefits are, show your expertise, and maybe even sense of humor.
In this episode, Arlene explains the difference between genres and how reading can help you find the genre that best describes your work. This way, you can accurately identify your target niche and improve the quality of your product to make it to the right market.
In this episode, Arlene talks about the myths and mindsets related to book writing. A lot of people don’t write their book because they don’t feel they are good writers.
People think publishing is a piece of cake. Today, our guest, Jodi Thompson will break some of the myths and misconceptions related to publishing a book
There are so many myths and misconceptions that surround the idea of accountability. Seldom do we appreciate its role in our personal and professional growth. Today, Arlene talks with Nancy Bartlett to discuss what accountability really is and how we exercise it in our lives.
It’s good to be a self-sufficient, know-it-all, and dependable person. However, if it’s at the expense of yourself, watch out! You’re heading toward a dangerous road. Today, Arlene interviews Nancy Levin on 3 of the most common myths and misconceptions about setting up boundaries: