My Weird Indy Publishing Project: Recovery from Crisis!

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I totally freaked when I did the Draft to Launch planning and realized that publishing a book every 3 months only left 6-7 weeks to write a 50,000 book… Continue reading


My Weird Indy Publishing Project: Recovering from Zip Planning

Last time (yesterday) I wrote why you should have a written plan because I, the master planner, had not done mine. And “YIKES!” what a mess I created. I spent yesterday writing that blog post (and doing the rest of my life). I spent today planning so I could start fresh on Monday with only 15 days to write Book 2! Continue reading


Free How-to Book for Indy Authors!

Sometimes something comes along that you just have to share. When I got this email from Dave (Kindlepreneur) this morning, I asked if I could re-post the entire thing here. “Of course!” he said. So don’t wait! Read his email, … Continue reading


My Weird Indie Publishing Project: Why You Need A Written Plan

Before I started My Weird Indie Publishing Project — breaking a giant memoir into separate stories to publish as a series — I learned a lot about marketing. I intended to apply what I’d learned in this project. But I got side-tracked…

Being sidetracked is like being the bird who abandons the worm which will feed him to chase that bug over there that might fly away before the he gets there. Continue reading


Bless You, Joe Vitale!

This morning’s email brought yet another offer from Joe Vitale. Because I enjoyed his books on Ho’oponopono, I decided to check it out. It was for a new recording, “The Result”. The lengthy ad we’ve come to expect for online marketing since the early 90s included the statement “Get what you want in 10 minutes!” Continue reading


A “Crazy” New Way to Increase Sales– from Zero

I saw Joe Vitale in The Secret and read a few of his books about the law of attraction, but it wasn’t until he got into Ho’oponopono with Hawaiian psychologist Ihaleakala Hew Len, Ph.D. that I became interested in his … Continue reading


“Hands-off Healing”: Ho’oponopono

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Reading about Joe Vitale’s experience with Ho’oponopono — what I’m calling “Hands-Off Therapy” because it’s about cleansing one’s memories, getting to a place of “zero” — I am compelled to share it with you. Excerpted from Zero Limits by Joe Vitale and Ihaleakala Hew Len, Ph.D. is the article about an updated Ho’oponopono that “went viral” about ten years ago. Continue reading