My Life in Words
My Life in Words
Does anyone want to read a blog that isn’t about blogging?
Well, maybe a few friends who are interested in what in the heck you do with your days. Some want motivation whether to action or ito make some life changes. Some are searching for answers to specific questions, like how in the world do we get high SEO ratings?
I haven’t a clue.
I know, though, that we’re all salespeople.
I didn’t think I was since I’m not charging for anything I write, post, or blab.
But I realized yes, I am selling. I want people to read my blogs—what in the heck am I doing here otherwise, blowing smoke?
I want people to buy my book when it eventually comes out in 2019. (After two years with the publisher)
At a party aren’t you selling yourself when you strike up a conversation with someone?
Are we are so jaded with somebody trying to sell us something that we turn a deaf ear? Some are shysters, yes, taking advantage; others are trying to make a living.
And don’t blame the marketers, advertising is the way to get eyeballs on your merchandise.
People have to know it exists.
I want to give my gift. And I think that gift is to talk about self-realization, motivation, and spiritual growth.
Well, it is. I see how unhappy many people are. I see how they believe their self-worth is equal to dishwater. I see how they fear dying and fear living abundantly.
I see how people are carrying emotional injuries from childhood, protection that worked then, but as an adult, it isn’t working. Boy, do we need to drop that garbage.
I see how 10’s of thousands of people throng to Tony Robbins events with the intention of either healing themselves or gaining a greater understanding of how life works. Some want to rise to greater heights. I saw how when Tony speaks with a participant; most are suffering.
In conversations, people roll into fear—you know, the government, “trying to do God’s will.” Well, crap, God’s will is your will. That’s my message. Carve out your own path. Give God a break.
“Are You Showing God A Good Time?”-
- Rev. Linda Finley (Center for Spiritual Living,)
You wonder in “Giving your gift” if the receiver will like it. You question if you have matched their tastes. They might regift it, or give it to goodwill, or stash it in the closet. “Gee thanks,” they mutter while wondering what in the world you were thinking.
That’s the way it is with writing. You put out some words; some will be scooped up gentle as baby birds, others will get trampled.---Not the baby birds.
It’s a crap shoot.
But let’s get smart. Write what you want to read. Yep, yep, yep, I know not all people are like me, but you aren’t writing for the world. You are writing for a special few.
Are you are giving your gift? Find what floats your boat.
Find it. Give it.
Hey You all,
How about a little help from my friends.
I must sell 200 copies of my book or they will drop me like a S'More too long on the fire.
I’m setting a goal of 200 for one month. That will be June 23.
Find the cheapest book The Frog's Song available, Kindle, physical copy. I don’t care for I’m more interested in book sale numbers than money.
Make sure you get the correct Frog Book, there is one that sells for $135.00.
The Frog's Song by Joyce Davis
I know new books are damn expensive these days, can’t help it, it’s the nature of the printing process.
However, look at it this way:
The Frog’s Song is worth every penny.
It took ten years to hit the shelves!
Ha ha, I love you guys whether you buy or not. People who stop here are the greatest.
'Joyce's travels have taken her beyond the shores of her native continent, but she's back where she started, in Oregon.