Start your week right! Every Sunday I post my favorite links from around the web and share my goals for the upcoming week.
6 Tips for Creating and Selling Your First Ebook: Thinking about writing an Ebook but not sure where to get started? Alexis Grant breaks down the process. OH, and she’s also hosting a webinar on Wednesday on this very topic. I’m really looking forward to it!
Lessons Learned From 1 Year As A Fulltime Author Entrepreneur: Joanna Penn of The Creative Penn shares insights and lessons learned from one full year working for herself producing fiction writing, Ebooks, speaking and consulting.
Ignorance is Not Bliss: Resources + Webinar for Aspiring and New Small Business Owners: LOVE this. Jenny Blake of Life After College offers tips on resources you NEED to know about (think: taxes, health insurance, contracts, etc.) to become a freelancer.
Content Marketing: Laying the Foundation With Google Reader: This fantastic (and detailed!) PR Breakfast Club post written by Kyle Claypool expertly breaks down how Google Reader can help you enhance your online marketing campaigns.
On Pursuing Dreams:
In Search of a Few Great Stories: Author of The $100 Startup, Chris Guillebeau is seeking stories for an upcoming project! If you’ve undertaken a quest, lifelong pursuit or big adventure, submit your story; maybe it will be included in Chris’s book.
On Healthy Yumminess:
Pumpkin Obsessed: Abby Stollar, a young rockstar PR pro, recently started a blog “Levels” with delicious recipes that can be “leveled up” to be healthier or “leveled down” for a less healthy dish. This post with a recipe for pumpkin greek yogurt muffins has my mouth watering!
- Less than a month of half marathon training to go! My main goal is to stick to the training plan (and get in some more strength training, if possible) to stay strong and healthy for the half marathon on November 18.
- Complete my presentation for the Social Media Tourism Symposium (#SoMeT12) in El Paso, Texas in just a few weeks! I’m doing a 30 minute session on Foodspotting and how to leverage the social network for tourism.
- Be a fantastic godmother. My goddaughter Charlotte (shameless adorable photo here) is being baptized next week and I need to do all sorts of godmother-ly things this week; order a cake, find a meaningful present for the baby, figure out what I’m wearing for the mass and party…the list goes on.
Have any links or goals you’d like to share? Leave them in the comments!