The Short Version: A Must-Read for Subscription Marketers The Power of Moments: Why Certain Experiences Have Extraordinary Impact should be required reading for marketers who participate in the Subscription Economy. The book both inspires and instructs us in creating the moments and experiences that foster meaningful connections, in our lives and businesses alike. Oh, it’s […]
It’s the first monthly round-up of Subscription Marketing news for 2018 – and I have a feeling that this year is going to be a doozy. The pace of change seems to be accelerating with each passing year, although perhaps that’s because I finally got around to reading Thank You For Being Late by Thomas […]
If you identify as a writer, people will ask you for feedback on their writing. These requests come in many forms: A friend’s son asks if you can look at a college essay A work colleague emails you a project report to review A relative shows you a memoir they’re writing Your spouse asks you […]
Writing can be a tough and lonely road – and sticking to long-term writing plans bedevils many aspiring writers. So writers look for external support for their processes, and accountability for their goals. These external supports may include: In-person writing or critique groups Social media groups (Facebook groups are a popular option) Writing coaches But […]
For indie authors, 2017 was a year filled with change. 2018 will be no different! Read my manifesto on handling change in this Nonfiction Authors Association blog post.
If you write on the job, then you know that you’re not really done with a project until it makes it through reviews and approvals. A lingering review process can add weeks or months to a project, frustrating everyone involved. Many writers think of the review/approval process as the last hurdle that their work has […]