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Let’s Talk About Your Speaking Demo Video You get one opportunity — ONE — to show an event planner who you are, what you do, how you do it, what your core message is, and who it is you’re trying to … Continue reading →
Did you know that you can change your atmosphere? A couple of months ago, my precious friend, Michele Pillar, made me a sandwich with grilled bread. Oh my! That was like putting crack cocaine in front of an addict. I … Continue reading →
As John C. Maxwell says, “we all have a sphere of influence” and I believe leaders influence their followers and visa versa. In any case, there are traits both in the natural and spiritual realms that attach to both the … Continue reading →
I was sharing with a friend recently about the call of God on my life and the purpose of my business/ministry. Some people call it their life plan, vision or destiny. I’ve known since I was 11 years old playing … Continue reading →
Coloring books for adults are all the rage these days. Women are getting together and having their Girls’ Night Out events centered around coloring. So when Debbie Hannah Skinner contacted me about formatting her artwork combined with scripture into a coloring … Continue reading →
This word came up in a conversation this week…hoopla. The person’s response to my question was, “No, not any more. I am done with all the hoopla.” I totally get it as I’ve seen “all the hoopla” too.
Much like controlling the flow of water, it’s necessary to control the flow of what you give away on your website.
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I recently watched a Periscope broadcast by someone who was discussing the concept of “staying in one’s lane” as it applies to doing what you do best and not trying to do what someone else does best. Basically, stay in … Continue reading →
Two types of dashes are often used in book manuscripts: em dash: — en dash: – THE EM DASH According to The Chicago Manual of Style and The Christian Writer’s Manual of Style, an em dash should be used to denote … Continue reading →
“And what do you do for a living, Mrs. Ide?” The physician’s assistant poised his fingers over the keyboard, ready to type my answer in the New Patient form. “I’m an author and editor.” His bored expression transformed into one … Continue reading →
Learn how best-selling authors proofread their manuscripts to avoid typos, inconsistencies, inaccuracies, and errors in punctuation, usage, grammar, and spelling. Proofreading Secrets of Best-Selling Authors, by professional freelance author, editor, and proofreader Kathy Ide, is the essential go-to tool for … Continue reading →