A few weeks ago I shared with you that I have been writing a book and asked for your help to choose the cover.
Well, the verdict is in and the cover design is complete.
You can see the cover in the image below.
Now I’m excited to share the next step with you.Read More
You may not know this, but over the past nine months I’ve been writing a book.
It’s coming together nicely but I need your help in deciding a few things.
The book is called Paid To Be You: A Guide to Getting Unstuck, Finding Your Passion, and Launching A New Career.
The book will help readers:
- Understand the four essential areas needed to find the work they love.
- Discover what they’re truly passionate about.
- Develop the necessary pieces to create a plan to do work they enjoy.
So the first thing I need your help with is deciding on the cover design for the book.
My cover designer Ana Grigoriu has provided me with multiple concepts to choose from and I’m excited to share them with you.
In the comments below, I’d be thrilled if you let me know which cover you think best represents the concept of the book.
Typically, after we find our passion we don’t automatically begin to make money working in our passion.
So what do you do when you’ve found your passion but you’re not sure how to apply it?
It can be difficult to determine how to begin the process of doing work you love because there can be confusion about how your passion fits into one of the available work models.
The first step to working in your passions is to understand the four ways to make money.Read More
To get paid to work in our passions we must be intentional.
To borrow Stephen Coveys’ concept, we must begin with the end in mind.
How are you going to make money with your passion?
What’s the end game?Read More
Whatever you’re working toward right now I want to encourage you to stop and take a break.
We weren’t designed to constantly be on the go and constantly work.
This past week I gutted the kitchen of our new house to get ready for a kitchen remodel (more to say about that later) and, I must say, I’m tired.Read More