Whenever you wish you had done something you didn’t, you’re living in the Woulda-Coulda-Shoulda Zone.
It’s not healthy.
It’s also not productive.
Complaining about what we didn’t do yesterday is wasted effort that prevents us from being successful today.
To successfully market my book, I must do a few things.
I must embrace my book marketing strategy with courage.
I must consistently market my book and, I must track my efforts to see what works so I can stop doing what doesn’t work and do more of what does.
Most of all, I must step out of my comfort zone, that place where all my dreams for my future go to die.
What change do you need to make internally to embrace this process?
What limiting beliefs must you banish?
What empowering beliefs will you replace them with?
What will you do today to market your book?
As the amazing Bari Baumgartner says at the end of every event, if you don’t have a plan for Monday morning, you don’t have a plan.
What’s your plan for Monday morning?
Thank you for sharing your journey!
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