Should I Write A Book? (Spoiler Alert: Yes, You Should – Here Are 4 Reasons Why)

If you’re asking yourself, “Should I write a book?” the answer is probably “yes”.

In fact, that’s one of the most popular questions people ask me these days.

It seems most people have a gut feeling that writing a book could change their lives. But for some reason, they are hesitant to get started simply because they aren’t familiar with the process – or even worse – afraid of trying only to fail in the end.

Before you think twice about it, you should know:

Anyone can learn how to write a book.

Yes. Even you!

Inside of you, there lies a passion to write your first book on a subject that’s important to you.

You just need a process and some encouragement. The rest is easy!

You see:

I’ve written and published over 70 books in as many as 42 languages and sold over 10 million copies over the years.

I accomplished this after starting from nothing, and not knowing what I was doing at all – and so can you!… Read more

3 Underrated Tips to Achieve Work-Life Balance

Is finding a work-life balance something that you struggle with?

The first thing to understand about work-life balance is that most people have the wrong idea of what that actually means. They think that their whole life should be balanced. That they should have a little bit of work and a little bit of play and a little bit of time on the weekends, in order to improve their quality of life…. Read more

3 Rules to Raise Self-Confident Children

Raising happy, healthy, and self-confident children is a much more difficult job than it seems.

I’ve studied this topic for many years and have even developed many programs and speeches on this very topic. I found out before I had my first child, and I have 4 children and 5 grandchildren, that there are certain ways that parents respond to and interact with their children that help ensure their success in life…. Read more

Value Selling: How to Sell Value Rather Than Price

One of the great areas that I work on with corporations all over the world is called value selling, or the customer value offering.

Value selling says that customers buy your value or service because they anticipate enjoying a value that they would not have in the absence of your product or service. People don’t buy products, they buy the results the product will give them.
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The 80 20 Rule Explained

The 80 20 rule is one of the most helpful concepts for life and time management.

Also known as the Pareto Principle, this rule suggests that 20 percent of your activities will account for 80 percent of your results.

This being the case, you should change the way you set goals forever…. Read more

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