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It Takes Time

June 6th, 2012

It Takes Time By Nan S. Russell NABBW’s Winning At Work Expert The story goes that after one of Ludwig van Beethoven\’s performances, several people were offering him their congratulations, when one woman commented, “I wish God had bestowed me with such genius.” “It isn\’t genius, madam, nor is it magic.” Beethoven replied. “All you have to do is practice on your piano eight hours a day for 40 years.” That\’s not the message most people want to hear. Most prefer buying the magazine which headlines, “Miracle Weight Loss Discovery,”... Read More

Walking Vacations

June 5th, 2012

Walking Vacations By Carol Sorgen NABBW’s Travel Expert When Matthew and Ellie Fink of Chevy Chase planned their vacation last summer, they wanted to get away from phones and faxes, do something completely different, go somewhere completely new to them, indulge their interest in history–and get a little exercise. They came up with the ideal solution–an 8-day walking trip to the borderlands of Scotland. “Our primary criterion,” Mrs. Fink laughs, “was, \’It can\’t be too difficult.\’ We\’re way out of shape.” Both in their early 50s... Read More

How to Write a Book: Writing Chapter Titles that Turn Browsers into Buyers

June 4th, 2012

How to Write a Book: Writing Chapter Titles that Turn Browsers into Buyers By Ronda Del Boccio NABBW’s Entrepreneurial Authoring Expert One of the most neglected considerations for how to write a book are the chapter titles. Yet perusing chapter titles is a critical step a book browser makes when deciding whether or not to buy a book. If the front and back cover (or cover and book description online) make the browser look inside the book, guess what they\’ll see first? That\’s right, the chapter titles! So here are 3 things NOT TO DO as you write your chapter titles. 1. DO NOT... Read More

Fast EASY Product Creation: Share Your Expertise on a CD or DVD FREE!

June 4th, 2012

Fast EASY Product Creation: Share Your Expertise on a CD or DVD FREE! By Ronda Del Boccio NABBW’s Entrepreneurial Authoring Expert Anyone who is an author (whether you are one now or you want to be an author) is an expert at something. Why not turn your expertise into a CD or DVD so you have something to offer people? This is an excellent income stream and relationship builder, that showcases your expertise. It doesn\’t matter whether you write fiction or nonfiction. It doesn\’t matter what your expertise is. Another great benefit of creating a CD or DVD is that you have something... Read More

4 Simple Ways to Create a Book Bonus

February 21st, 2012

4 Simple Ways to Create a Book Bonus By Ronda Del Boccio NABBW’s Entrepreneurial Authoring Expert When you\’re writing your book, it\’s important to give the reader a compelling reason to come to your website. Saying “visit my website for more information” with a link just won\’t cut it. Everyone\’s too busy to visit without a goal. Offering bonuses is a great way to get readers to your site AND gain permission to keep communicating with them. They get valuable resources. You get their name and email address along with permission to let them know about... Read More

Reduce Arthritis Pain With These 5 Exercises

February 21st, 2012

Reduce Arthritis Pain With These 5 Exercises By Lisa Byrne, B.S Exercise Sciences | Certified Pilates Instructor NABBW’s Boomer Women\’s Fitness Expert All this talk about functional fitness, but first, what\’s even functional living? Functional living is being able to move how you want, when you want. You don\’t want to be limited to one direction, or avoiding this move or that move. Stiff and achey joints can slow you down so much that you don\’t even want to exercise. But remember, the health of every joint matters. That means your large joints like hips and... Read More

Book Authors: Master These Amazon.com Book Promotion Tweaks

January 31st, 2012

Book Authors: Master These Amazon.com Book Promotion Tweaks By Ronda Del Boccio NABBW’s Entrepreneurial Authoring Expert There is more to an Amazon listing than most people realize. And the good news is that in a matter of minutes, you as an author can do at least 3 things to help your book promotion efforts. And by simply asking a few friends for help, you can help your book get noticed. As the author of a book (whether print or Kindle), there are a number of ways to use what is already on the Amazon page with your book listing to promote your book. Watch this video and discover how to... Read More

Dump The Gym, Here’s Your Affordable Fitness Alternative

January 31st, 2012

Dump The Gym, Here\’s Your Affordable Fitness Alternative By Lisa Byrne, B.S Exercise Sciences | Certified Pilates Instructor NABBW’s Boomer Women\’s Fitness Expert You really hate the gym. It\’s crowded, annoying, and you\’re unsure you can actually keep those resolutions. Old thinking in a new year will sink you by Leap Day. Sounds like this: you join a gym, commit to a M,W,F meet up at 6am with girlfriend MaryBeth, or buddy Joe. Get in your cardio, pump some weights, sneak in some abs, and pretend to stretch. Shower and you\’re out the door. This ends... Read More

KDP Select: A New Option for Publishing With Kindle

December 23rd, 2011

KDP Select: A New Option for Publishing With Kindle By Ronda Del Boccio NABBW’s Entrepreneurial Authoring Expert Have you heard the hot Kindle publishing news? Learn everything you need to know about KDP Select in this video I made just for you. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAjHd5iN-bA Receive inspirational thoughts, quotes, stories & more at http://ProfitableStorytelling.com/inspirationalstories. #1 bestselling author Ronda Del Boccio is known globally as The Story lady because she teaches you to create the best ever: The story of YOU living with passion, love, joy and purpose.... Read More

Reflexology for Total Health

December 19th, 2011

Reflexology for Total Health By Lis Kunzi Foot massage is not new to the human race. There is strong evidence that a form of therapy, similar to what we call reflexology today, have been practiced for centuries, by many diverse cultures. The oldest documentation depicting reflexology was discovered in Egypt. A pictograph dated around 2500 – 2330 BC show an Egyptian physician working on two men. The hieroglyphic reads. Patients: “Do not hurt me” Practitioner: “I shall act so you praise me”. Reflexology is an ancient non-invasive healing art. This therapy falls into... Read More