Category Archives: staying focused

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The Irony of Life, Part 6: Prayers Answered

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If we focus on what we want, letting others do the same, good things happen! Continue reading

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Change Your Perspective and Let Go

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You can be right, or you can be happy, especially when dealing with illogical, unethical companies. Continue reading

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“Oh, YES!” and “Oh, NO!”

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It’s the journey, not the destination, that brings us joy. Continue reading

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Happiness is a Choice

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We are powerful beings who can choose to be happy all the tiime. Continue reading

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Independence Day!

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Personal independence means different things to different people, including your level of evolution as a conscious human being. Continue reading

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What’s it like to be an indie author?

Author Cynet Brown shares her journey as an indie. Continue reading

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Intention of An Indie Author

The Cosmic Thump, the shock when all the drama ended, was a reminder to practice my chosen path of “Love.” Continue reading

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Weird Indy Publishing Project: Staying the Course

There comes a time when most people stop, look at the data, listen to the feedback, then decide whether or not to stay the course. That’s one way… Continue reading

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Lessons Learned My 1st Book Launch, Part 2

A friend who reads this blog sent me an email right after Lessons Learned from My 1st Book Launch was posted: “You really scared me! Is it that complicated, or can some be investigated earlier so it is all ready … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned From My 1st Book Launch

The time from “book sent for Kindle formatting” and now — one day after my first book launch was a blur… Here, “book launch” means the several day period on Amazon when the book is free. What caused the BLUR? … Continue reading

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New Blog!

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About thirty years ago I had a two-year adventure– on one paycheck with no plans–that didn’t just rock my world, it probably saved my life. Continue reading