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Write and Sell Your Information Products

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My name is Mike Moore and I promise that if you follow the strategies and techniques outlined in “How to Write, Record and Sell Your Own Information Products” you too will soon be earning $50 to $100 and up per night selling while you sleep.

Hey…if I can do it you can too!!

Before I go any farther I want to be honest and clear. I am not one of those gurus who say they make a zillion dollars a year selling online. What I can say to you, in all honesty, is that, at present, I do sell between $500 and $1500 per month and it is increasing all the time. The earning potential is fantastic!

Couldn’t you use this kind of extra money each month doing something you love to do without ever leaving your home?

Write it once and sell it forever! It can’t get any better than this.

If you know or can do something interesting that shows people how to

  • Make Money
  • Save Money
  • Save Time
  • Start a Hobby
  • Get Healthy
  • Improve Relationships
  • ETC…

There is a world out there willing to pay for a booklet, manual, special report or CD on the subject.

Writers are no longer dependent on the acceptance and approval of editors and publishers. Using the internet as well as offline classified ads in popular magazines you can bring your writing directly to a wide and eager market.

People are always seeking “ how to” information. In fact the most sought after items on the internet are information products. So if you research peoples’ needs, wants and interests then write to satisfy them you are going to sell effectively.

Self publishing is simple and cost effective especially if you print on demand. You don’t print a copy of your product until you get an order for that product.

By doing this you avoid the cost of having 500 copies printed plus having to find storage space in your already cluttered basement.

The Teaching Power of Stories

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When telling a story we must resist the temptation to explain its message and lessons. With this in mind I offer this relevant story for your consideration. What does it say to you?

In an ancient and far away city there lived two successful and very competitive merchants who hated one another and were constantly trying to better the other.
One night a messenger from God visited one of the merchants and told him that he was instructed to grant him one wish and one wish only.
There was only one condition attached to the granting of the wish. Whatever the merchant wished for, the other merchant would receive double his wish.
The merchant pondered his decision while the angel waited patiently.
After a short time the merchant looked at the angel with a slight smile on his face and said, ” Make me blind in one eye.”

For more on the Magnetic Teaching Power of Stories VISIT HERE

 

Cartoon Collections ( Over 300 to Use)

By | Cartoons, Cartoons for Moms, Humor in the workplace, Humour, laughter therapy, Self Improvement, Stress Management, Uncategorized | No Comments

Why Use Cartoons ???

1.  Not only do cartoons get your message across but they also get and maintain audience attention.

2.  Cartoons keep people on your page longer and direct their attention to a specific item or offer.  They are also great at creating a sense of urgency.

3. They make you and your message stand out and in a world where we are exposed to hundreds of bland messages daily standing out is important.

4. Cartoons are fun and people are attracted to what’s fun.

5. We were all raised on cartoons and  still find them captivating.

6. People will remember you, your message, product and service because of your humorous ad.

7. Cartoons are effective marketing tools. They make both you and your product unique.

8. Cartoons entertain, inform and persuade in a gentle yet compelling manner.

9. Cartoons are great ice breakers at a meeting or conference. They relax the audience, lighten  the atmosphere, and make your reader/audience more receptive to you and your message.

10.  Cartoons deliver your message to your audience quickly.

Note: The New Yorker Magazine did a readership survey and found that the first thing their subscribers read was the cartoons.

If you want people to remember you and your message,product or service  include a few cartoons in your handouts, memos and your speeches/lessons.

 

300 original cartoons come as individual jpeg files. Great for presentations, memos, bulletin boards, fridge doors etc. Permission to use comes with every purchase.  More Information Here

“I want to order right now.”

Samples of what you receive.

A True Story: Do You Need Help?

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Mike’s Mirthful Musings.

This actually happened to me a few years ago.

I had just finished giving a talk in St. Mary’s Ontario Canada and was carrying all my stuff to my van…guitar, boxes of books, briefcase etc. To my left a woman was getting into her car to drive home when she took pity on me and asked, ” Do you need help getting it on?” I must have had a shocked look on my face because she soon realized what she had asked. I replied,” So far in my life so good, but thanks for being concerned about my private life.”

We both stood there laughing. Humour is everywhere just look for the comedy in your chaos.

Put more humour and laughter in your life. Get your own copy of ” Light Up With Laughter” Here

Remember this… ” The tragedy in life is not in how much we suffer but in how much we fail to enjoy.” M. Moore

Coping with Toxic Parents

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Coping with Toxic Parents

If Your Problem, As A Teacher, Involves Not Knowing How To Cope With Difficult/Toxic Parents And Fellow Staff Members And You Want To Solve It NOW Then  Read On…

A True Story

I recall teaching with a young woman who was going through hell and was forced to take an extended stress leave because of one toxic parent and one unethical fellow staff member.

What was the problem?

Her teaching style was low key.  She was a bit shy and lacked confidence when talking to parents and peers.

Because of this she was perceived as dull, uninteresting, weak and incompetent even though her students seemed to like her. (What we do in the name of concern for students.)

After 6 months on stress leave she returned to teach at another school under a stronger, more understanding and supportive principal. She never had a problem like that again and is now approaching 20 years in the profession.

The sad fact is that I have seen this type of story played out far too often with  more tragic results.

It is one of the reasons I have committed myself to becoming an advocate for teachers to help promote fair treatment, self confidence, assertiveness, joy and a healthy productive relationship between teacher and parent.

COMPLETE LIST OF CONTENTS OF COPING WITH TOXIC PARENTS
by  Mike Moore
The characteristics of toxic people
Types of human behaviour
Why some parents are toxic
How to deal with toxic parents
How to deal with toxic staff members
Becoming assertive
How to say NO! and mean it.
Assertiveness in action
The assertive power of silence
How to assert yourself by asking questions
The disarming power of appreciation and praise
How to handle sarcasm, ridicule and put-down
Developing confidence as a professional
Asking for what you want
Assertive decision making
The power of disapproval
The assertive look
The power of an assertive tone
How to meet resistance head on
Disarming the verbal bully
Coping with the difficult principal
Coping with difficult staff members
Relax for even greater assertive power
Motivate yourself to be assertive
How to bring about the change you want/need

 

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