Passion is the Key to Promotion

I’ve always told people who have a problem promoting and selling their work to choose projects they are passionate about, focus on ideas that bring out their best, and find things that serve others so that it would be hard NOT to talk about what they are working on.

With that, I want to tell you about my new novel, “Sunshine”. My passion for the project came from my good friend entrusting me to tell her amazing and fascinating life story. She did it all and overcame so many obstacles along the way I knew it would make a great book.

When Sunshine came to me with the idea of a book about her life she knew she only had a few months left to live and she said she chose me because she’d read all 21 of my other books and loved them. That gave me the confidence to take on and tackle such a big project.

Although this is a novel that includes Sunshine’s time hanging out with celebrities in Hollywood, working and living in the Caribbean, traveling through Europe in a van, and escaping from Morocco, underneath all the adventures is a very powerful message that Sunshine wanted to get out.

I guess what I am saying is, I am so proud of this book, I know it’s a very entertaining read that is appropriate for all ages, and reading it will make people see things a little differently. So when I ask you to buy the book (or write a review on Amazon) I do it confidently and without any hesitation. You’ll love it.

Here’s How You Can Help With “Sunshine”

Buy the Book on Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/hp6mbj7

Write a review on Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/hp6mbj7

Tell a Friend About The Book: http://tinyurl.com/hp6mbj7

Visit Sunshine’s Pinterest Page: https://www.pinterest.com/leesilber/sunshine/

Request a Free Sample Chapter: leesilber@leesilber.com

Passion is the Key to Promotion

Circle of Friends

Social Circles

Sure, we see young people “hanging out” in groups, yet each one has their head buried in their own phone. However, I noticed something this summer that I hadn’t seen before. Groups of girls (and guys) laying on towels at the beach in a circle (with their heads facing one another). In the past people would lay out side by side facing the ocean. Interesting, right? Could it be that we are more social in person thanks to social media?

Beach Etiquette

Circle of Friends

The Selection Process

Picking The Right Person 

I recently saw a special on television about couples who have been happily married for decades. They asked each one how they did it. The answers were what you would expect–communication, commitment, understanding, love, and trust. However, several couples also said the key to a long and happy life with another lies in the selection process.

My wife and I celebrated out 22nd wedding anniversary this month. When I first met her I just knew she was the one–and I was right. The reason I share this is I was engaged the year before I met my wife and quickly realized this other person was not the one. Oh how different my life would be if I had married someone else–and not in a good way.

So how does this apply to you? Could it be that Nordstrom, Southwest, and The Ritz Carlton are on to something when they say the secret to good customer service is in selecting the right employees rather than trying to train someone to be caring, considerate, and conscientious?

Choosing who are clients are is also important. We want people who love what we do, pay on time, and treat us with respect. Choosing who to partner with in business can be like a marriage, and a bad coupling can cause a lot of problems. We can’t always pick our boss, but when we can (they interviewed us or have been there for years) we should be selective.

It’s time we take the time to make sure we carefully choose who we want to partner with and who we don’t because people can change, but usually don’t.

The Selection Process

Good Call

Making Good Choices

What we choose to do today has a ripple effect in the future. When we consistently make good choices about how we spend our time and what we focus on can create positive outcomes for months to come.

After testing and using a system I developed for deciding what to do next (and what not to do next) and deciding between good and great opportunities, I am ready to share it with the world.

Using a worksheet and deck of custom cards a person can rate a project or path to determine if it’s worth the time and effort. These cards also help to determine what’s the best choice when faced with several options.

I’m making my system available for $10.00 (my cost, essentially) for people to try. In addition to creating a deck of cards that work well with adult decisions, I am working on one for teens and young adults. I create a GoFundMe account to help me get kids to try these cards out. If you donate $20 I’ll send you a set and set one aside to give to a teen to try.

gofundme.com/2jxak8j7

Good Call