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Write Your Book: Find Your Third Place
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What do Google, Daddle and Roomba all have in common? They all are easy-to-say- and-remember brand names that helped their companies grab market-share and make millions. Discover the secret to creating a money-making brand that distinguishes your company or creation from the competition so it breaks out instead of blends in.
Hello, my name is Sam Horn, Iím the author of, Stop Wishing, Start Writing. Iím 15 time MC of the Mallory Writerís Conference. Would you like to get your book out of your head and out in to the world where it can make a positive difference for others and a profitable living for you? Well then, find you third place.
See, most of us try writing in our first place, our home, or our second place, our office. Well, our first and second place are full of distraction, thereís all of those emails to answer, all those phones ringing, all those chores to do. If you go to a public place where you can work in private, like a local Starbucks or maybe even a library or the Barnes and Noble. You can have a pocket of privacy in the midst of public. You can create a cocoon of concentration where youíre feeding off of the energy of the people around you instead of having to supply all your own.
Canít finish your book? Find your third place and see if it doesnít kick start your writing.