Tag Archives: positive thinking

How to use positive thinking to sell more online courses

I just wrote up a case study of my first course launch (which made 18K in 48hours). Although I did pretty well, I could have done much better. I actually wrote this post several months before my course launch, because I was already dealing with anxiety and lack of confidence. For several years I’ve run this blog as a side project, a ... Read More »

Positive affirmations for authors: Write faster and sell more books!

I started listening to positive affirmations/motivational mp3s and recordings years ago; my favorites are Kelly Howell and David McGraw. But I wanted something that was just for authors and writers, so I made my own. I made this first video to help authors struggling with finding time for their writing. Sometimes subconscious fears are the things that are really slowing ... Read More »

Why “The War of Art” is Stupid: How to be a hack without selling your soul

  Recently a lot of my creative friends have been raving about “The War of Art” – a little manifesto about art, creativity and creative production by Steven Pressfield.  It’s an inspirational book that’s popularity is based on the fact that it tells would be authors and artists the New Age message that creatives have embraced for the past hundred ... Read More »

Make today the BEST day of your life: Ten timeless tips of empowerment from Dale Carnegie

10 little thoughts from Dale Carnegie’s book: How to stop worrying and start living. They are worth sharing, using and repeating. As for as affirmations go, this is one of the best. JUST FOR TODAY! 1. Just for today I will be happy. This assumes that what Abraham Lincoln said is true, that “most folks are about as happy as ... Read More »

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