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You Don’t Need All The Answers To Start.

September 19, 2014 - Author: R. Lynn Lane

Morning Mojo ~ “A woman asked me recently, “What are the blocks to my happiness?” I said, “The belief that you have blocks.” ~ Dr. Wayne Dyer ~ So many people get bogged down in the small details and never move forward. You don’t need all the answers to get started just the knowledge that you have the “blocks” to do it! Get started with what you have from where you are and don’t quit until you win!

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All Unhappiness Comes From Attachment

September 10, 2014 - Author: R. Lynn Lane

Morning Mojo ~ Buddha said it best… “All unhappiness comes from attachment” So much energy is wasted on being attached to so many things in life such as bad relationships, negative friends, outcomes and things others say to us or about us! Letting go of those attachments can be tough, but holding on to a fantasy is much worse! What things are you attached to that are not serving you today? Start to create a life of quality and let them go. Have a great day! The power is yours!

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The Winner In Life

September 9, 2014 - Author: R. Lynn Lane

Morning Mojo ~ “A winner is someone who recognizes his God-given talents, works his tail off to develop them into skills, and uses these skills to accomplish his goals.” ~ Larry Bird ~ Focus more on your strengths than your weaknesses!

Morning Mojo ~  “Life affords no higher pleasure than that of surmounting difficulties, passing from one step of success to another.” ~ Samuel Johnson ~ If you’ve not had challenges in your life….hold on! Life is about challenges and antagonistic people that don’t mind leading you on a roller coaster ride. It’s worth noting the lessons they offer to us all. Life has respect for you when it hands you a challenge. Losers don’t like a challenge so they quit destined to repeat themselves again and again. The challenge is not as important as the person we become as we come out on the other side of it. That challenge gives us the opportunity to live our purpose and gives our life meaning as we work through it. Have an Awesome Week!  Live-Love-Laugh

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Big Dreams

- Author: R. Lynn Lane

Your Morning Mojo ~ “If your dream is a big dream, and if you want your life to work on the high level that you say you do, there’s no way around doing the work it takes to get you there.” ~ Joyce Chapman ~ Most people stand on the sidelines and watch the game of life play on. They worry about winning or losing so they never take the chance and PLAY! Get in the game today…enjoy! Live, Love and Laugh.

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Robin Williams Death and the Lesson.

August 17, 2014 - Author: R. Lynn Lane

On August 11th, 2014, at approximately 11:55 am, Marin County Communications received a 9-1-1 telephone call reporting that a male adult had been located unconscious and not breathing inside his residence located at 95 St. Thomas Way in unincorporated Tiburon, California. Later to reveal it was the home of Robin Williams and he was the male adult in the 911 call.

“It is our hope in the wake of Robin’s tragic passing that others will find the strength to seek the care and support they need to treat whatever battles they are facing,” said Schneider, Williams’ widow, “so they may feel less afraid.”

Nancy Andreasen, a leading neuroscientist and psychologist, co-wrote the first empirical study that proved the increased likelihood of mood disorder in creative people.

“There really is no question that there’s a statistical correlation of mental illness in highly creative people,” said Andreasen. “It’s not a lifetime sentence,” she said — and that treatment “does not diminish their creativity.”

Williams’ death shouldn’t just remind us of the list of comics who died too young, like John Belushi or Chris Farley, but should serve as a lesson to us all.  We should listen just as openly and lovingly to Robin Williams today as we did when he was on stage or on the screen.

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Writing Your Book

- Author: R. Lynn Lane

Writing your book is a cool way to get your ideas out into the market place and to make a little and in some cases a large amount of cash.

So, let’s get down to it. How do you go about writing your book? I would suggest starting a blog or just writing your thoughts and notes down in a journal if a blog is not possible at this time.

I also believe that an e-book is the best way to start. E-books are becoming so popular that Amazon and Barnes & Noble are preparing for big sales in the future. With an e-book you don’t have to write the 250 page novel. Most e-books are short 20 to 60 pages that are full of great content. E-books also give you content to use later in an expanded version that you can put into a printed copy if you like.

Your Approach.

  1. Brainstorm all your ideas on paper.
  2. Create an outline that will flow.
  3. Dictate your book on Audacity or any recording device.
  4. Have it transcribed.
  5. Put it together with your edits and re-edit within 24 hr.
  6. Make it into a PDF and send it out to Amazon on kindle.
  7. Then promote.

Now, you don’t have to dictate it or have it transcribe. The cool thing about dictating and recording it is you now have a digital copy that you can sell at a later time too.

If you chose to write it that’s fine too. Keep in mind that you don’t have to write it all by yourself. You can go to elance.com and contract out a freelancer and get help. Great people there and great talent to help from writing to editing and at a price that suits you.

Your book is inside of you waiting. Get started today.

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