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And oh, the tide did turn: Everything changed for struggling self-publishers, and a self-publishing boom unfolded. Change burst forth like a powerful rainstorm and wrecked the old, traditional publishing cartel and their austere bookstore salesmen. There is an old … Continue reading
Oh how things have changed, and how far the pendulum has swung! Just a few years ago, the traditional book publishing model was a cartel that controlled the entire literary world—and it was their heyday. They were the powerful and … Continue reading
Parenting Children in a Fallen Society It may be argued that human society is the most effective means of managing the earth’s rich stock of resources: Man, the head of the animal kingdom and the leading authority figure in the … Continue reading
The Illusion about Successful Marketing The world is a place of stark contrast: Some people believe that they do not have any gifts and talents to offer to themselves and to the world; others just know that they are quite … Continue reading
Building Business Marketing Networks, an Essential Ingredient to Success The Value of business Marketing Networks According to Tom Rici (http://www.asme.org/…/business/…/5-ways-to-build-your-business), progress in business is based on building trusted relationships and applying them to expand your brand’s influence. And how does … Continue reading
Mastering the Art of Marketing by Overcoming Fear The safety and certainty of reasonably secure full-time employment is the kind of work that most people, in their right mind, vehemently crave: Who does not ardently desire the safety, guarantee, and … Continue reading
Change Overload and the Rapidly-Approaching Tomorrow One of the most difficult aspects of reality today is the ability to find unanimity among people on just about any topic: People are flurried and befuddled by the massive change overload taking the … Continue reading
Reading is a cognitive language of phonetic symbols that send complicated messages to the brain through the instruments of light and physical vision. The system of symbols used in reading to convey the information to the brain is called … Continue reading
As the world waxes stranger and stranger, it has become increasingly difficult to call a spade a spade: things no longer go by their real names, and saying what is true has become increasingly unsettling, unpopular, and jeopardous. Truth … Continue reading
Moulton A . Mayers Is the Natural Order of Things Falling Apart Right Before your Eyes? SUB TITTLE The world is crying; the rocks are renting; the storms are weeping; the fishes are going berserk and roaming ashore; and nature … Continue reading