How To Make an Outline for a Book

Writing a book is an invigorating venture. Making your mark on the world, sharing your creativity or expertise, recording history — these are all momentous reasons why many people strive to write a book.

But it can also become arduous at times when thoughts don’t flow, time is limited, doubt creeps in, or inspiration lags. If you’ve felt this way about writing your book, you’re not alone. Most people who dream of writing a book hit a wall at some point — or sadly don’t finish at all.

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The 10-Step Problem Solving Process to Overcome Any Issue

When you are faced with a problem, how do you go about solving it? Do you let it overwhelm you, or do you flex your problem-solving muscles and figure out the best solution?

People who throw themselves at their problems often become frantic and confused. They take a haphazard approach to thinking, and then they are amazed when they find themselves floundering and making no progress.

Luckily, there is a much better way.

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How to Avoid Burnout at Work

At one point or another, we’ve all felt burned out. Burnout has a negative effect on just about everything in your life — including your performance, attitude, and motivation. If you don’t understand the cause of your burnout and make a change, burnout can have major risks.

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19 Public Speaking Tips From Brian Tracy’s Professional Speaker Career

Whether you’re looking to pursue a career in public speaking or are simply trying to prepare for a presentation to your team, your ability to deliver a message that others can connect with is an invaluable skill that is useful in any industry.

I have been public speaking for over 40 years, and I’ve learned a lot of helpful tips along the way about the art of public speaking.

Read on to discover 19 public speaking tips that will allow you to become a strong speaker who can captivate any audience.

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4 Tips to Help You Book Your First Speaking Engagement

A public speaking career can be a lucrative and rewarding way to make a living. But if you’re still trying to book your first gig, you might feel as if you’re never going to be able to launch your career.

Finding your first speaking engagement can certainly be difficult, but it’s not impossible. Today I’m going to share four tips to help you find that first gig. These are things I learned through trial and error when I was starting out as a speaker, and they can help you land your first speaking engagement and pave the way to the rest of your career.

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How Do You Measure Success? Looking Back on 2020

Life is all about curveballs, and 2020 has quite frankly, been one big curveball.

Many people have had to put dreams on hold, change their goals, and get clear on what’s important to them. The reality you’re currently facing may look a lot different than what you had envisioned for your year-end.

Success can be measured in many different ways, and as you reflect on your year, it’s time to ask yourself “How do you measure success?”.

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How to Adapt Your Goals When Faced with Uncertainty

It’s a bit of an understatement to say that we are living in uncertain times. The modern world certainly feels more uncertain than ever before.

Setting and reaching beneficial goals during these times of great uncertainty can be even more of a challenge than normal, and succeeding often means adapting your goals in the face of uncertainty so that they remain as beneficial as possible.

In this blog, we’ll take a look at why we fear uncertainty, the rarely-discussed benefits that uncertainty brings, and how to adapt your goals as well as your process for reaching them when faced with uncertainty.

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