I met an amazing woman a few years ago who was so sweet and genuine. We participated in a book collaboration, My Story God’s Glory. She was witty, funny, and just that person who when you really spiritually discern them, you know they are endowed with a unique type of strength. That’s who this woman is!
She shared a little bit of her story when we did the book collaboration. We all had to do a chapter so it wasn’t like we could share much within the book. However, even with the little bit she shared, verbally and within the book, you could recognize her strength and determination. However, I got the pleasure of reading her eBook, No Weapon! My Journey To Win and it truly confirmed my discernment about God-given purpose!
She takes you on her life journey and it’s nothing short of amazing of how awesome our God is! She shares the emotional twists, turns, ups, and downs of living in Los Angeles and then her journey back to Indianapolis, Indiana. I loved her transparency and how I could really ‘hear her voice’ as I read through the chapters. She’s a true survivor! This journey to win was definitely one that included ensuring she learned how to keep true to herself and God!
So many times we allow obstacles to make us think that defeat is the conclusion. As though all the doors that could possibly open are shut because the storm clouds are so thick! We think to ourselves that because the storm clouds are so heavy and thick there’s no way God is working this out for my good. BUT just when we think God has forgotten about us, He steps in! Sometimes even when it doesn’t seem like it’s not enough, God makes it just enough! God doesn’t need loud fireworks and orchestra music to perform His miracle! Most of the time, it’s that simple, soft whisper – maybe a phone call, email, text, or knock on the door – that lets you know God has arrived and He’s getting ready to do what He does best! That’s why we WIN!
Deagria is a sweet soul! She is powerful and knows that her destiny is always going to be: VICTORY! WINNER! This book is a great book for those who love true, transparent life stories. This book will empower you and help you to recognize you are VICTORIOUS too! Grab the Kindle edition BUT follow her on social media at Deagria Level to connect with her and stay up-to-date on when this awesome book will be available as paperback!
Let me first admit, I didn’t know what to anticipate with this book. I wasn’t sure if I could relate to this book which means I wasn’t sure if I was really willing to read the book in its entirety. However, I am so thankful that I decided to grab this book from a wonderful, young woman who is also the author of the book, “Child of an Addict”.
I am a fan of being a vendor at certain events. I did it for a short time when I published my first books but then I decided to take a small break. Then I got back into it when I joined Damsel in Defense which is a great part-time MLM business that I truly enjoy. I met Timia Carruthers at one event and noticed her book. I didn’t have the funds to obtain her book initially so I promised myself if I were to see her again, I would purchase her book because it did intrigue. It wasn’t the normal ‘title’ that I’d go for but yet it still intrigued me. So, just as God would orchestrate it, I seen this young woman once again at another event! I grabbed her book and started reading it that night once I got home.
My first honest reaction to this book is WOW!
I thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated the style of narrative chosen to write this book. Although on the back it mentions how the book is loosely based on her life story, she doesn’t use her name as the lead character. This allows the reader to take a short walk in her shoes. I was actually able to relate to this story because it was raw and authentic. I truly appreciate these types of stories because in life it’s so easy to wear masks. It’s so easy to pop pills to help overcome the anxiety and think that’s all life will ever be. But this book introduces a wonderful and powerful spiritual journey of the Recovery Room.
I think I loved this part of the story the most because we all need a recovery room. Even when we experience the smallest of the unexpected, we still need a moment of recovery. I know from personal experience of having outpatient surgery, I was still made to sit in the recovery room. Then even with my major surgeries, I had to go into the recovery room. In life, we go through seasons of being cut, abused, bullied, and more. Unfortunately, these seasons of life can last for years unlike a surgery that just last for hours. So there should be a designated time for recovery. A time to really ‘clean the open wounds’ of our heart and soul. A time to properly bandage and apply adequate treatment so healing can finally begin.
I recommend this book for those who loves a story of triumph over major life struggles. I also recommend this book for those who can relate to being a child of an addict. Be sure to visit Timia Carruthers’ website recoveryroomindy.com. She is a certified Life Coach, published author, and motivational speaker. Powerful woman who is helping people heal spiritually and mentally.
I already know! What I am about to explain goes against every marketing and/or business plan template out there. However, I just need to be honest because this is how I discovered another level of freedom.
Any fellow entrepreneur who has had the pleasure of sitting down and writing out some type of business and/or marketing plan has heard the process of reviewing other competitors. Basically, to review similar companies or organization in order to see what you can glean from their current situation. To see what they are doing that will help you identify what is going to help you stand out from them.
Can I be honest? This can be intimidating for a new business owner. Someone who has a passion and dream to start their own business. To help people solve their problems and overcome obstacles. They compare themselves to businesses that have been in existence for 5, 10, or 15 years. They’re succeeding and it’s hard to imagine exactly what they went through in order to understand how they achieved success.
Now, for most people, they know success doesn’t happen overnight. They recognize the need to work hard, make the right investments, take risks, etc. However, even the most passionate entrepreneur can get overwhelmed because not only is there this cloud of comparison and analysis but there’s also this cloud of competing with these established businesses.
We live in a society that is influenced by what others say. We depend on the reviews from others in order to trust a product and/or service. It’s basically like depending on people’s approval. And believe me, I too have been influenced by reviews in order to make my final decision on purchasing a specific product and/or service. Depending on their approval. HOWEVER, I have also made a lot of decisions without the influence, or approval, of what others have said. The reason is because I trusted what God said!
I have discovered that when I pray for guidance and God leads me to discover the solution, it’s normally not based on a ton of reviews from other people. I believe this is because God is testing if I trust His guidance and approval. He has never stirred me wrong. I will admit I haven’t always passed the test but these last few months, I now understand the lessons I was supposed to learn from those tests I didn’t pass.
Another lesson I learned is to not compare and/or compete with other established businesses. Why? Because I am who I am. God did not make another Latonia Marie Stovall Price with the exact same DNA. If I help someone solve their problem, it’s going to be a unique experience because I am who I am. Sure, the process may be similar and/or familiar, e.g. setting goals, self-reflection exercises, the inspirational scriptures to meditate on, etc. But it will be coming from a different spirit – a different vessel – a different anointing – a different set of moral values and integrity – and more. I can’t be like no other life coach, speaker, author, etc.
Why waste my time comparing and/or competing when there are still millions and millions of people who are seeking the type of help I offer? All God is asking me or requiring me to do is show up! When Jesus Christ gave the commission to go out into all the world to preach the gospel, he basically was telling them ‘show up’. It didn’t matter how many would be saved that first trip, second trip…10,000th trip! All that mattered was that they went and God would handle the rest. That’s why Jesus said that if he be lifted up, he’ll draw all men unto him. (John 12:32) Our purpose is to allow people to see God’s glory via our unique abilities (and not a masked or faux form of perfection).
We just have to continue to ‘show up’ by lifting up the one who makes it possible for us to do what we do. I couldn’t possess the spiritual gifts that I possess without God! I couldn’t have wrote the books I have written without God’s help! I couldn’t have helped the people that I’ve helped thus far without God’s guidance and favor! I don’t need to compare, compete, or anything in order to lift up God and His amazing power. All I have to do is just continue to ‘show up’ and ensure that people understand it’s not about me but it’s about God. I’m only another, unique vessel fulfilling His purpose. I’ve erased the comparison and/or competition section from my business and/or marketing plan because I’m trusting God’s glory will do what it does best: Draw them in!
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In the last few weeks, I have been doing a lot (and I do mean A LOT) of self-reflection. I don’t believe I’ve done this much self-reflection before in my entire life. I’ve been having to do it for class and honestly, I’m so glad that I’m experiencing this level of self-reflection. I’ve understood the need for examining self but like most people, we go just so far where we stay comfortable. We don’t like doing self-reflection to the point of being uncomfortable. However, I’m learning that’s what we need and we need to do it more than what we realize.
One lesson that came to the surface was about judgement. We know the Bible talks a lot about judgement. From God’s own divine position to our earthly position. There are degrees of judgement that are lawful and respected. In fact, if we didn’t have those forms of judgement, we would be living in a world of uncontrolled chaos (much worse than the chaos we have). However, it’s easy to fall into a state of making judgements about ourselves and others that are negative because it’s so natural to judge.
The negative judgement comes in when the motives aren’t positive. Also, when the ideal standard is not realistic. We’ll judge someone based on outward appearances versus getting to know them personally. We’ll make judgements when we feel our idea of perfection or righteousness isn’t being achieved by others. Unfortunately, we live in a society that has set a lot of man-made standards on appearance and more. The influence behind some of these man-made standards are not Godly or Christ-like. We’ll even end up negatively judging others because they didn’t do or follow what we thought was the right thing to do. Sure, God wants us to offer wise counsel to each other but just because they don’t follow what we said doesn’t give the right for them to be negatively judged. If anything, pray for that individual that God reaffirms and directs them according to what is right for their life!
In these past few weeks, I had to recognize there were negative influences (or demonic strongholds) that causes me to feel inadequate. I struggled with low self-esteem for years. I had to realize that at a very young age, I was influenced by the wrong standards. What I thought would help improve my self-esteem were only temporary. I had to dig deep and find the roots of why I had (and sometimes still do have moments) low self-esteem. I was different and still am. I will never meet man-made standards and the only standards I now want to meet is God’s. I had to learn to love my uniqueness. I had to learn to love and not judge others who were judging me. As much as we all have to learn to love self, we must also learn to love others. I can’t judge others who judge me. Two wrongs don’t make a right. Honestly, I’m having to practice this spiritual discipline of judgement every day. Towards myself and others. I’m broken but I’m whole because of God’s glory! Because of His grace! Because of His mercy! Because Jesus Christ, my Savior, redeems me!
Just like God’s done all of this for me, He’s done the same for everybody else. Nobody is perfect and we all need God’s grace and mercy. It’s time to stop the negative judgements and start living in true freedom of God’s truth!
I blogged about the No More Silly Women conference on Monday. Awesome experience! I truly received my RESET for my RENEWAL in 2018! One of the speakers at the conference was an anointed and fabulous woman of God who has the nickname of Real Talk Kim. Her official name is Kimberly Jones-Pothier and she is a powerful pastor and speaker who is not ashamed to tell her testimony in order to help others overcome obstacles!
Let me first make this confession: we don’t have cable in my house. I’m in Indianapolis, IN and we have regular, digital antenna television. I do watch TV but I don’t watch it every day. So, when I first heard about the line-up of speakers for the upcoming conference, I was excited because I had never heard of any of these women. EVER! So, ‘Real Talk Kim’ was a star on Oxygen’s docuseries, Preachers of Atlanta. Besides that, she’s known around the world for her awesomeness and just genuine love for people. But I had never heard of her until this conference. LOL! I was already in anticipation for what each speaker had to deliver for the No More Silly Women conference. But it was something about her that had me on the edge of my seat!
Of course, I purchased both of her books. And as I am writing this blog post, I just finished reading and leaving a review on Amazon about her book entitled “Beautifully Broken”. (I plan to start reading the other one tomorrow. LOL!) Amazing book! So empowering! It also aligns with so much that I’ve been reading and learning while in school these last few months on being an apprentice of Jesus Christ. I highly recommend this book for those who are seeking to include an empowering and inspiring book to have in their personal library! I made highlights in mine and I know I will go back to it whenever I need to!
One of the main things a loved about her book was how it encouraged still being broken but yet being whole. These last few months of being a part of seminary, I’ve been amazed at how the first set of classes explains how we will never be perfect. So many of us have been lied to about being perfect and that’s the only way of being accepted. The only way God will approve you and/or use you. THAT IS SUCH A LIE! I know when I first started trying be an entrepreneur, an author, a speaker, etc. I thought the same thing. I thought I had to do things EXACTLY like others before me who are now very successful. I thought I had to be completely healed from the emotional trauma of my daughter’s stillbirth in 2013. I thought I had to be completely perfect to be a wife of a licensed minister and more. But in the last few months, I have been reminded I don’t have be perfect. I do have to be spiritual mature to recognize I need God to help me and He’s perfect! So when people see me, they see His perfect glory – not me! I’m definitely not as broken and discouraged as I was 4 years ago. Now I’ve been walking in my healing and deliverance every day. And while I’m walking, I just want to help others along the way!
I’ve been allowing certain matters to block my path but I can’t do that any longer! I can only be me and that alone takes 24/7! I’d been taking a much heavier load if I tried to be something or someone that I’m not. And one of the many lessons Jesus Christ taught is about taking on His easy yoke and lighter burden. (Matthew 11:30) I declared 2018 as the year of RENEWAL! I’m just going to follow God’s direction; always praying, walking along this path with Jesus Christ as my teacher, and allow the Holy Spirit to flow in my life! I declare the best days are starting NOW!
I want to share a recap of this weekend. Honestly, the words I am about to type won't do it justice for what I experienced. When you pour out so much and you do take the time to get 'poured into' with your own personal devotions, attending worship services, etc. but you know there's something you're still needing! I strive to practice all that I encourage others to do. However, there are seasons that your spirit yearns for something in particular. It's kind of like your natural appetite. You know eat food everyday. Most foods will satisfy that hunger. But one day, you really yearn for a really nice, specific meal and only that specific meal will satisfy your hunger. That's where I was before this weekend.
I attended the annual No More Silly Women Conference hosted by the incredible Lady Nicole Green. This was my third year attending however this conference has been happening for several years. The theme this year was RESET and I truly needed to reset! Every speaker poured out a mighty word from God that would just filled me up and filled me up -- I AM FULL! LOL! Honestly, all the speakers were dynamic! The praise and worship was authentic! The prayers and intercessions were ground-breaking! I encourage any and every woman to go in 2018 and beyond!
The last couple of years I attended the conference were more none personal reasons, e.g. first year I had a vendor table, the second year I just went but couldn't stay the whole time because I wasn't feeling well, etc. But I stayed the whole time this year and I didn't have to do a vendor table because I knew I needed to be RESET! This RESET was to prepare me for my RENEWAL in 2018!
It was put on my heart a couple of months ago that 2018 will be the year of the renewal. I've been seeking God and this weekend, I was empowered (and reminded) to go after some ideas. I was reminded to do things according to the way God instructs me and not the way man instructed me. It's not to say that the training and information that I have received were not great. However, God's instruction trumps man's instruction. In fact, some of the man's instruction aligns with God's instruction as far as some of the actions to take. However, there's still a unique instruction that God gave me and He will continue to give me. I just need to listen and obey.
My renewal requires a new mindset. My renewal requires a new level of love, devotion, humility, obedience, and sacrifice. My renewal is an understanding that I am an apprentice of Jesus Christ. Everything I touch, everywhere I go, I want people to see God's glory and honestly that's been the primary goal for my life.
I encourage everyone before the 2017 year is finished to RESET! I believe this is something you should do at the end of each year. However, this year, I empower you to do it intentionally! I am praying that 2018 be a year of renewal for millions and millions of people! I am so thankful for great people who are willing to pour into others! Remember -- RESET for RENEWAL! God bless you! Love you all! :-)
Let me make this disclaimer first: I am not a medical professional. I haven’t received official conclusions from my doctors yet. This story is 100% based on my personal experience since November 2016. That is the time I was told I had fibromyalgia. However, one year later, I do not believe I have fibromyalgia and this is my story on why.
I am a research junky. But in a good and intellectual way. I don’t believe everything I read on the Internet. Depending on the subject, I will read articles and blog posts from reliable sources. Some sources have been personal testimonies as well which for me are still reliable based on a particular subject matter. In the case of medical experiences, I do read many blog posts and articles about people who share their stories.
In November 2016, I was told I had fibromyalgia. I went to a rheumatologist and had some blood work done. The doctor had a rule for initial evaluations. She didn't believe in prescribing pain medications as the first line of treatment. She told me to shift my diet. No wheat. No sugar. No sugar substitutes. She also gave me papers on how to do detox baths and breathing techniques for relaxation. Once the blood work came back, it was discovered I had certain food allergies to cow milk, eggs, soy, and wheat. Although I shifted my diet, I still experienced pains, fatigue and other symptoms regularly.
My husband really was concerned because he really was afraid to touch me because I was so sensitive on certain parts of my body. So, I started a deeper research journey because the rheumatologist closed her office. I only was able to visit her twice but both visits was very informative. Her decision to not put me on medications helped encourage me to continue my research and strive to understand if what I had was really fibromyalgia. This led me to join special Facebook (FB) support groups and follow certain blogs. In August (2017) there was a special post about an article within a FB group that grabbed my attention. I read this article and it was very interesting. This woman was told she had fibromyalgia for years. After medications and diet changes, she still was just not feeling the way she needed to. She also stated that she realizes some people really do have fibromyalgia. However, for her, she just wanted another doctor’s opinion. She got one and it was discovered she had been exposed to black mold for a duration of time. She basically had built up toxins in her body and she needed to have some major detox. Even at the time of the article, she still was undergoing tests and detox treatments. However, she had major health improvements which prompted her to write the article. Ironically, when I read this article, something was happening for me.
I had started using my air purifier in our bedroom. I hadn’t used it since moving into our home which was over 2 years ago now. I honestly started using the air purifier because I was having some allergy issues. But when my allergies wasn’t improving like I thought they would, I went to see my primary care physician (PCP) and she told to change up my allergy medicines that included a nasal spray. But she also prescribed me antibiotics, just in case. Not a lot; just for a few days. Throughout the next couple of weeks, I noticed a rapid decrease in my body pains. I honestly thought I was going crazy because I wasn’t use to having so much energy without the pain. At first, I thought maybe antibiotics were helping. I asked my PCP and she stated antibiotics can’t help with fibromyalgia. Then I remembered the air purifier and the article about the mold exposure. I soon did an in-home mold test kit for our master bathroom. I know areas of constant moisture and all can cause mold to be produced. It wasn’t like we live in dirty surroundings! After reading and researching, even the cleanest areas still can use another cleaning. I ran the test and there was growth within 48 hours! I immediately began to do some major cleaning and disinfecting; getting the recommended mold remover based on that in-home test kit. My thoughts are: I was exposed to mold and other airborne allergens that was finally taking it's toll on my body.
As I stated in the beginning, I cannot confirm all that I’ve experienced yet because I still have an appointment coming up with my doctor. However, I can honestly say, since changing my environment and diet, there has been a MAJOR change in my body! I know toxins are all around and it’s hard to be completely free of toxins. However, I wanted to do this post for a few reasons. I wanted to share my experience to help others. I recommend to anyone who may be experiencing unusual sickness to check their environments, e.g. home, work, etc. Choose to eat healthier. I mentioned how toxins are all around us. The build-up of toxins in our body can increase more rapidly if we keep eating foods that are toxic to our health. I’m not perfect by no means! I’m not a vegan, vegetarian, or nothing like that. I am more mindful about what I eat every day. I also prayed! I asked God if there’s something else, help me. I didn’t know what I would find or how God would lead me. But I do believe He did! Even my husband has noticed a huge change in my energy level and the way he can touch me now and I don’t scream ‘ouch’ anymore.
The biggest testimony I can say with this: Seek God first! I truly prayed even before going to a doctor back in 2016. I never stopped praying even after that. I know people have conditions and they are legitimate. However, I still do believe that God can heal all manner of diseases – it will take us to listen to His direction how to get our healing!
The topic of love has been on my mind for a couple of weeks. I decided to create a shirt based on the scripture found in 1 Corinthians 13 that talks about what charity or love it and is not. For Sunday's early morning service, the preacher preached on the same scripture. Then tonight while having dinner with my husband, we talked about real love in a marriage.
Love. Love. Love. Will we ever get to the place where we all experience the real love God wants for us?
Everyone is always in a hurry. People want overnight success or rapid life changes. Everybody believes they have a hater. People don't know how to remain humble. Everyone wants to know what's in it for them. Life gets tough so they want to quit. These statements, along with plenty of others, highlights why society will never experience real love.
I'm learning day by day about what real love involves. I will admit this period of deep reflections is because I am taking courses that are a part of a Masters of Divinity program. I didn't anticipate this level of study but now that I am diving this deep into this area, it is causing me to gain clarity so many areas of my life. I'm not being put to shame or being made to feel guilty. But they're pushing me to learn how to intentionally love God, love myself, and love all people. When I first was challenged with the idea of how do I love others, I immediately thought about my husband. I found some flaws and mistakes I was making. I prayed about them and God is helping me to better love my husband. Those prayers soon turned into founding out to better love myself. Soon they'll progress to find ways to better love others.
There are several components of love. It takes time to genuinely love because genuine love isn't rooted in personal feelings. Real love isn't selfish or self-centered. During tonight's dinner conversation, my husband pointed out the very thing I've been reading about. God's love was always directed to the person not their habits, sins, behaviors, skin color, gender, etc. He said He loved the world based on John 3:16. Yes, the world commits sin but sin is not the world. God hates sin but He loves His children. Many people may be feel that's a conditional love but it's not. That's because God knows who you really are. You don't even know who you really are until you authentically see yourself as God sees you! And that takes time! He knows you are not your sin. We try to label people based on their sin and then make that the reason for not loving them. That's not real love! We'll spend more time coming up with reasons not to love then just getting over our feelings and love the way God intended.
Real love transforms the heart. It transforms the mind. For anyone who seriously seeks out real love the way God intended, it's a great journey of freedom, peace, faith, hope, and so much more! I striving to get on that path to learn more about that kind of love!
The latest apparel design is 'Got Love?' with some check boxes. I left them unchecked because as one continues to review what real love is and begins to practice, they can check off the boxes for themselves. Do some DIY and just certain paints or whatever. To get your t-shirt or sweatshirt, click here to purchase from the Positive Apparel online store! God bless you!
Let me say this upfront: I am NOT a marketing expert! I've been through marketing coaching, I've read tons of information about marketing, etc. Even if I were to say I'm an expert, I'd still need to learn more because like with most industries, things change rapidly.
However, I wanted to offer some insight on social media marketing because it's one of the largest and fastest methods of getting noticed. What normally use to takes a start up business about 5+ years to gain momentum or attention, now with the right social media marketing plan, the start up business can gain a lot of traction in just the first year or two. I'm not basing that on statistics. I'm basing that on what I've witnessed in the last few years of starting my own small business and observing others.
Now, I've help people publish their book and start down the path of doing much more. But many people still wonder if social media marketing is really necessary. To a major degree, yes it's necessary because it's the default way for people to find out more about you. A website and Facebook (FB) page are the top two things you'll see when you search on Google by specific person or business name; the first page of returned results. So, FB is ideally the first place to begin if you need to start marketing.
As a Christian, I'm careful how I use social media. But for anyone with respect and common sense are also just as careful. One of the things I learned early on is to not pretend to be something that I'm not. What I'm learning now is to not be afraid to be honest about who you are because are hoping to find people that are just like them: human. People naturally gravitate towards a community that isn't being overly critical or judgemental. Most people know their flaws already. Most people wants help overcoming negativity about themselves and others. That's why it's important that if you decide to market on social media, just be you. Certain programs that teaches marketing will try to complicate the idea of 'branding' or 'creating brand awareness' for your business. Bottom line: you are the brand. Not so much how you look but how you act and what you say is your brand. Your true character will carry more weight than anything.
How does one get started with social media marketing? Well, decide on what you like to post about. Don't make it all about your product or services. Then just start out with one social media platform; ideally that's FB but it's your choice. Then learn about that social media platform. If you do FB, be sure to create a business page separate from your personal page. It's ok to share between the two pages but keep majority of sale promotions on the business page. If people do sincerely like you, they'll reach out and ask to be your friend on your personal page. Don't force it! I'm learning to allow God to handle the increase because He knows who is really for me and who is against me! Then once you have the business page setup, schedule some posts. Use Hootsuite, Buffer, or any one of those. I believe all of them have a free version when you starting off. You don't have to post a lot. Ideally, 2 to 3 times a day for FB is good but that can be too much if it's not quality content ever time. Consider the large population and algorithms of these web pages. I won't lie, I have not done a lot of scheduled postings like I use to. I've made up my mind to keep things more simple and post when I can. My reason is that I wanted to slow down so I didn't want the same amount of inquiries and/or potential clients. I've start my journey to obtain my Masters in Divinity and that's a lot -- while still maintaining and starting other businesses, working full-time, being a wife, etc. But I would HIGHLY recommend scheduling post for those starting off. For example, if you know you have a special launch or sale, schedule those regular posts to remind people about the special going on.
If it's a major launch and you really trying to ensure it gains attention, do a FB ad. I don't know about how to do the other platforms but I don't think they're too different. They offer the same type of setup to target your ideal audience, e.g. gender, age, location(s), interests, etc. It took me several attempts to finally do a successful FB ad. And my definition of successful is based on the goal I was wanting to achieve. That's important to understand! Know the goals you are hoping to achieve because FB ads cost and you need to understand where your investment is going. I would say FB ads are great for both long and short term return-on-investment (ROI) goals. They can work if you want that to see immediate ROI and they also work for the longer term of ROI. Just know what you want ahead of time.
I encourage anyone that has started a business to do social media marketing. Continue other methods of marketing but incorporate social media when you can. Just be you! God bless you!
This post is for those writers who are are looking for help on what they could do next once their book is typed up. Now, it may not be formatted into an official manuscript yet but you have the basics of your chapters and the wording for each chapter together.
I am sharing (refurbishing, if you will) the self-paced 'Tell Your STORY - Module 1' and sharing the recorded webinar right here in this blog post. I am hoping it can help encourage someone to know taking the next steps isn't as bad as you may think! You can do it! I believe in YOU!
NOTE: This is a previous webinar training so some contact information will be outdated. Refer to www.latoniaprice.com for further contact information.