How to Market Your Book Like You Know What You’re Doing

Access to social media seems to have us all dabbling in marketing, doesn’t it? We spend hours every week absorbing and creating what ultimately boils down to marketing material – whether we call it that or not. Our posts are “selling” a lifestyle, an image, and a digital persona. Every time we share something on…

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Learning to Lead Inside the Box

For more than twenty years, Victor Prince learned about leadership by doing. He’s worked on and led quite a few teams during his career. Some were wildly successful, and others were less so. But each team provided a valuable lesson. While hiking across Spain during a six-month sabbatical, he realized it would be great to…

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Leadership Lessons from Johnny Cash

A while ago, George Anders recommended reading the new biography by Robert Hilburn entitled Johnny Cash: The Life. I placed it on my Christmas wish list, and it was a gift that delivered and stuck with me. Whatever your opinion about Johnny Cash’s music and life, he did amazing things and built a legacy many…

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Disciplined Millennial Leaders: Seth and Chandler Bolt

Successful writers have the discipline to sit down and write regularly with or without the luxury of creative inspiration. A study of just a few esteemed writers and their processes quickly reveals that routine and discipline run rampant in this creative industry. Three of Henry Miller’s 11 Commandments of Writing deal specifically with this topic….

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The Greener Grass Conspiracy

Book Review and Afterthoughts The Greener Grass Conspiracy:  Finding Contentment on Your Side of the Fence Author:  Stephen Altrogge  If I say there are better books about this concept, am I guilty of contributing to the greener grass conspiracy? Maybe. In a one line, quick review, The Greener Grass Conspiracy is:  A good primer to…

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Evil Plans: Not Really Evil, But It Will Kick You in the Pants

Evil Plans by Hugh MacLeod is a book which will kick you in the pants to get you on the right life track. Read it, be challenged, be inspired.

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What Can Dignity Do for Your Soul?

Unbroken is a story of choices, dignity, and survival. It is a story we can grasp and learn from today. The principle of dignity needs to be discussed more, as it has changed society and individuals.

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Saving Blue Like Jazz – The Movie

Join the campaign to save Blue Like Jazz (The Movie) now! It is a worthwhile effort and can be a part of your life story.

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Contemplating the Meaning of 11 Words and Leading an Inspired Life

Kevin Hall delivers a thought-provoking book with Aspire. Exploring the true meaning of words delivers a path for us to be better leaders and a better person.

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The Simple, Expansive Story of Jonah

Surprised by Grace is a great book which delivers depth and context on the story of Jonah. It is about God’s grace but also accepting God’s calls in our lives as well as accepting God’s grace when it happens for others. It is a story we should understand and apply in our communities today, where irrational words and actions are driving tribal passions instead of the mission of God’s grace and the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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The Unread Book

Have you ever purchased a book but then never read it? I have. After sitting for over two years, Blue Like Jazz was one of the best reads. Maybe it just needed to age a little.

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Discussing Wes Moore

The Other Wes Moore is a solid book, providing an excellent perspective on the choices made and their impacts on our lives. The books seems to point to important elements which help young people survive

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