Happy September Birthday Authors!

I love to read and celebrate writing, so I’ve learned about some of my favorite authors. This month we celebrate the birthdays and accomplishments of Roald Dahl, Agatha Christie, and Stephen King. What a mix, right? It may be that September birthdays may be all they have in common? Or not? What do you know and like about these authors? What have you read that was written by any of them that you would recommend?

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Most people recognize this author’s books-turned-movies, but haven’t read the books. Sad because the books are much better when compared to the movies. No doubt you’ve seen... Read More

Happy Labor Day

Labor Day dates back to a time when we celebrated the labor movement and achievements of American workers who are the backbone and success of our free trade capitalist economic structure. Labor Day started in 1882 in New York City by a Labor Union. It became a federal holiday in 1894, but before that it was considered a “strike day” for the unions to get members an extra day off of work.

The laborers at that time were working an average of 70 hours per week, seven days a week. Work conditions were horrible, unhealthy, and unsafe in most factories; that is why and how unions formed. Our Labor Day National... Read More

Introducing New Blog Topic

Starting in September I’m going to teach how to write social media content to feature your business and your brand using a variety of tools, tips, and techniques. I’ll use examples in each blog post that fit my brand, provide information, and build connections to plant seeds of encouragement and credibility for you about how to use these techniques to build your following, too.

Why does the quality of your social media content matter to you and your business? More than 90 percent of people buy products and services based on emotional connections, not on sales pitches. No doubt you’ve heard the saying, “People don’t care how much you know, until they know how much you care.” And this philosophy... Read More

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