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According to a recent survey, 81% of Americans think they have a book in them, and yet only 2% of the population actually complete one. If you are in that 2% – or even in the 81% aspiring to the 2% – you should be aware of some trends in the rapidly evolving publishing industry. All should be carefully measured as you consider how (traditional or independently), and with whom, you want to publish your book(s). They include:
By: Meredith Lee
One of the keys to good writing is to actually make sure you sit down and write—every day. Waiting for a flash of inspiration or a brilliant idea is probably not going to get you where you want to be.
The market for professional services has always been competitive, and with the downturn in the economy, this has clearly only intensified. It is now even more of a challenge to distinguish yourself in today’s marketplace and doing so has become more crucial to the expansion and maintenance of your practice.
By: Susan Shallcross
It would seem that the compulsion to write is so fundamental to our species that we will always find a way to do it. But the ways do, indeed, keep evolving. The Digital Age has ushered in the kind of seismic changes not seen for two centuries, bringing with it some challenges but also unparralleled opportunity.
By: Deborah L. Lewis, ChFC, MBA, CPA
Unfortunately, few operating businesses are immune to the effects of the recent credit crunch. As the threat of possible inflation and rising prices continues, oftentimes available credit will tighten. Small business owners may be left to restock inventories with less liquidity.
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