Revolutionize How You Work

The Fun FormulaA career is built upon everything you do. Your relationships. Your successes and failures. The personal growth you experience along the way.

And all of this is dependent on how you approach your work. Is it primarily a way to accumulate money and material goods? Or is it an extension of who you are, whatever the financial outcome?

My entire career is built upon following my heart and gut instinct. I find myself curious about a certain tech or tool, I experiment with it, I take risks and I trust the process to take me where I need to go.

While I have struck out more times than I can count, I’ve also been fortunate enough to hit more home runs than I ever thought I would!

Here’s the good news. I’ve reverse-engineered this process and have discovered the antidote to the “hustle and grind.”

It’s called The Fun Formula, and it’s the title of book #15 to be released by Thomas Nelson publishing house in June 2018!

Subtitled “How Curiosity, Risk-Taking, and Serendipity Can Revolutionize How You Work,” this title is my core message, and I believe it is my best work yet. And I measure that not by sales (because we haven’t made any yet), but because I believe this book is going to set many people free to do their best work and enjoy a higher quality of life.

The book just listed for pre-order on Amazon and I’d be honored if you would go place your order for a copy now, if you are so inclined!

http://amzn.to/2z9maWZ

I’ll be doing a significant book launch around this title and it’s going to be FUN for all who participate. After all, I am going to keep doing what I do!

I really can’t wait for you to get your hands on this one…

Joel Comm is a powerhouse speaker, writer, and business developer. He does what he does because it’s fun. If you’re looking for ways to have fun – you’ve found it.

Black Rock Redemption

Black Rock RedemptionFor thousands of years, the place called Blackrock has been avoided and considered evil and useless. One man, Ralph Masters, believed that nothing God has made is useless, it just takes a little outside influence sometimes to find the good. This applies to men as well as things. Before he could prove it, he died in a traffic accident, leaving his nephew, a drunken never-do-well, to prove his theory and maybe at the same time rehabilitate himself.

If you’re looking for the road to goodness, you might find it amid the symbolic methods of this writer’s story. A road made narrow, might entice you to pick up your bed and walk, as the blind right into a land of troubles… Where you’ll find what you’re looking for.

One lonesome night of reading through the words, gave this reader a grasp of the symbolic eternal life required to choose a better road. You might make the same choice too.

There’s more than one reason to turn the pages of this intriguing novel, and the deepset characters may be just the introduction… Storyline, descriptive places, and an opportunity to look beyond yourself and find R E D E M P T I O N.

Go the distance… Read this book.

Intriguing story. References to current day events and people brought the characters to life. I found myself visualizing the people in the book as people I know. The valley and the setting of the book are reminders of some of my favorite parts of the Rocky Mountains. I will definitely recommend Blackrock Redemption to my family and friends as a great book to read. I hope David Dockter writes more books! This was a good read.

Click on the photo to buy your own copy of Black Rock Redemption!

Dear Sarah by Don Stephens

Dear Sarah by Don Stephens“Where did they go? What have they done to me?” These are not just the words of Sarah Porter after having lost her husband and children. They are words soon to be echoed by family members throughout the world.

The event that unfolds in the pages of this book with terrify some, yet bring contentment to others. It is a fictional story, but the event described within WILL HAPPEN, and I believe DURING OUR LIFETIME.

What will happen? It is referred to by Christians as the RAPTURE of the Church, when all Christians are taken instantly to meet the Solid Rock – JESUS CHRIST – in the air. AND SO SHALL WE EVER BE WITH THE LORD.

Every Christian with an unsaved friend or family member should make this book a permanent part of their library.

READ IT NOW – before it’s too late!

Push Your Way to Purpose – Ross

Having the opportunity to know authors on social media and really get to know them, before you read their work, gives you a glimpse into their purpose of writing. Adrienne Ross shares her heart in Push Your Way to Purpose. At first, I wasn’t sure if I was getting to know the REAL Adrienne Ross, or just the public facade she chose to reveal to her reading public. Then, after several months of talking with her, chatting about various topics, and discussing life values, I realized – this is the real woman. This is a woman who knows what she’s about, and she shares that.

Then the book.

Full reveal in the book? More than just an introspective look at the woman, it’s a full on empowerment for others. She gives far more than she’s taking away from this program. Take time to read the book. Sit down and take notes on important details and apply it to your life. You’ll change. For the better.

And now a visit to Amazon.com –

Adrienne RossDo you long to live with purpose? Have you wondered what that purpose is and how to fulfill it?

You are not alone; young and old alike grapple with this and question their specific role in life. Many go through the motions every day, accept whatever life gives them, and hope to somehow bump into their purpose. Others do not believe they even have one. This book exposes that lie.

You do have a purpose.

It’s time to discover what it is and take the steps necessary to possess it.

About the Author

Adrienne Ross is an author, editor, columnist, speaker, and former teacher and coach. She taught English in the Hudson City School District in Hudson, New York, for 17 years and now owns Adrienne Ross Communications. Adrienne is a dynamic speaker and uses this gift in presentations to schools, churches, political groups, national and international service organizations, and businesses. Adrienne is passionate about pursuing her purpose and encourages others to pursue theirs, as well. Contact her at adriennerosscom.com and auntalma.com.

You Can Do This

Life isn’t always puddin’ and pie. Sometimes… It’s a desperate need for coffee, up all night caring for sick babies, and wishing you weren’t doing this alone. And you’re not.

The thought has crossed my mind, as a writer, that things happen to writers for the specific purpose of giving us things to write about…

We have adventures in life that nobody else has, and our very existence is breathed out in words. We dare to write about things most people might want to forget, because we want everyone to remember.  Writers choose to share their lives, their experiences, and their solutions.

To encourage, or offer confidence, the motivation to write comes from within the writer.

We breathe, we write. It’s a given.

White Space

The key to good writing is margin, or white space, as we call it in the publishing fields. Do the words fit on the page? Are there too many? Are there too few? Is there enough space to rest the eye? Is the page too wide? Too narrow? Or should there be more graphic interest?

When I first read Tricia’s writing, her first blog, even though it was after her husband had passed, I remember words filled every crevice. They were overflowing the page. There was an energy about them, as if she couldn’t write them fast enough. She flowed through the words, grasping at life as if she were afraid to lose it.

And I felt the same way…

My mother had passed away in October, and I couldn’t absorb enough of LIFE. I remember that desperate feeling of clutching life to me, and holding it tight, as if it might slip away.

Then, with the realization that by the sheer desperation of holding on too tight, I was smothering it out. I began to let go.

Along side Tricia, in some parallel universe, I learned about White Space, margin, and boundaries. I learned to let go, and allow others to live. In the process, I found myself living too.

I found the life I thought I’d lost, and I began to regroup, grasp my own reality, and regroup. When her latest title was released, I recognized the tone… Confidence, my word for the year, revealed in the tone of exuberance, a reminder that “We’re not alone!” There’s ALWAYS someone there. Across the aisle. At another table. In the same coffee shop. Drinking my favorite brew… Someone is there, close by.

Margin, It Can Separate, or Bring You Closer

 

Sometimes it just takes confidence to look around and find someone to share your moment. Tricia shares the secret in her book of finding the confidence to ‘do it alone’ and know…

You Can Do This From Amazon:
Our culture as a whole, and often the Christian culture in particular, discourages confidence in women. Tricia Lott Williford explores how confidence and self-awareness can be a path toward stronger and richer faith. She offers stories and strategies to inspire and lead women to develop the confidence to stand firm in the face of the blows, losses, and disappointments in life.

Readers of this book will think, laugh, and gain confidence to do what is set before them. They will feel hopeful, courageous, strengthened, encouraged, present, and confident. And finally, readers will be equipped to implement simple strategies to inspire contagious confidence in themselves and others.

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The exciting part of reading this book is that you can actually read all three and follow Tricia’s journey back from losing her husband in her first book “And Life Comes Back” or the next book, where she regains some normalcy in life. “Let’s Pretend We’re Normal” gives insight to life.

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About the Author

(from her blog)

I’m pretty active on social media, so much so that my son once completed this sentence in preschool: My Mom’s job is: Facebook.  True story.

You can find me on—

My Blog: tricialottwilliford.com

Facebook Page: The Thoughts and Writings of Tricia Lott Williford

Twitter: @TriciaWilliford

Instagram: TriciaLottWilliford

Look me up. Let’s be friends. Drop me a line, if you want.  I read every word.  I am delighted to meet you.