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About Connie Ragen Green
Connie hosts a popular and effective "Productivity Challenge" that has just celebrated its ninth consecutive year. Join the latest productivity challenge for no cost at http://2020ProductivityChallenge.com/
She has now released her https://ActionHabitsChallenge.com to help you navigate the world during the pandemic and transform yourself in the process.
Connie is also actively involved in volunteering with charities and non-profits including Rotary, Zonta, the Boys and Girls Clubs, and SEE International.
After a disappointing first year, where she made almost no money and found the technology to be more than she had bargained for, Connie finally put the pieces of the puzzle together and began to earn money through affiliate marketing. She was determined to help others get started online more easily, she continues to teach regularly, offering both webinar and teleseminar trainings several times each month.
In addition to these trainings, Connie has more than sixty online courses and products of her own. She believes that having both your own products and courses to promote, as well as affiliate products, makes for the best possible online business. Her "Really Simple" series of online training programs has proven to be extremely popular and effective for those wishing to become success as online entrepreneurs.
Connie was awarded the coveted 'Better Your Best' grand prize by Armand Morin at the Big Seminar in November of 2009. This prize included $25,000 in cash, as well as the opportunity to serve as the Ambassador for the prestigious AM2 program for online marketers.
In July of 2010 she published her first book, Huge Profits With A Tiny List: 50 Ways to use Relationship Marketing to Increase Your Bottom Line. This book is available on Amazon, as well as all major retail book outlets. It has received critical acclaim, being nominated for a Reader's Choice award for small business marketing books in December of 2010 and again in 2011. She has gone on to pen even more titles, and her most popular topic of all time will be the topic of her book, The Weekend Marketer™,published in October of 2012 and now available on Kindle.
In 2011 Connie began podcasting on the topic of online marketing and small business strategies. Additionally, her second podcast began in 2013. This podcast was named as one of the Top 100 Small Business Podcasts of 2014 by Small Business Trends. Connie's newest podcast is called "Praestabilis: Excellence in Marketing and is available at http://ConnieLoves.me/Praestabilis.
A recent title - Book.Blog.Broadcast: The Trifecta of Entrepreneurial Success was published by Hunter's Moon Publishing in September of 2015 and has become extremely popular with online entrepreneurs and authors. This book, as well as Write.Publish.Prosper. were nominated for the Small Business Book Awards for 2015.
Connie's thought provoking Rethinking the Work Ethic: Embrace the Struggle to Exceed Your Own Potential was published by Hunter's Moon Publishing in May of 2017.
Another popular title is Living the Mentored Life, and in it Connie shares how tapping into the wisdom and experience of others can and will change your life forever. Look for Local Business Marketing: Making the Phone Ring for Businesses Everywhere at the end of May, 2019.
Authors! The Quick Book to Business Method: Turning Your Book into an Ongoing Revenue Stream, is co-authored with Ellen Finkelstein. If you want to turn your book into a viable income stream in a variety of ways, this book and training is for you.
Most recently, Connie has published Booster Rocket Launches: Helping Your Prospects to Find You Everywhere and Speakers! The Quick Public Speaking to Business Method: Turning Your Talk into an Ongoing Revenue Stream , also co-authored with Ellen Finkelstein.
Connie is also a speaker and presenter at conferences across the United States and around the globe, speaking on the topics of affiliate marketing; article marketing; increasing online visibility and credibility; and starting an online business. Visit Connie's blogs at https://ConnieRagenGreen.com, https://MondayMorningMellow.com, and https://HugeProfitsTinyList.com.
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nature. This is all in relation to entrepreneurship and living a life that will continue to exceed your potential.
Visibility expert and social media influencer Denise Wakeman wrote the Foreword. She was an early mentor and we continue to be friends and colleagues.
In this book Connie explains why you would want to live in this way, what happens when you do, and how to get started right away for optimal success.
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Learn how serving others as a problem solver will enable you to reach new heights in your own life, while eliminating stress and enjoying the most productive time of your life. If you are willing to spend the next year in laying the foundation for the Internet lifestyle, you will be able to spend the rest of your life doing things in a way most people cannot even imagine.
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The gifts of gratitude described inside include the subjects of children, pets, nature, travel and, in one case, mushrooms. We also list our favorite causes we support.
And we are pleased to share the results with you in this book celebrating gratitude: the inspirational essays, narratives and insights. The intention of this book is to empower and uplift you, too, to notice what's around you and give appreciation.
Thank you for reading—and celebrating—gratitude!
Contributors include Martin Salama, Holly R. Fitzpatrick, Rich Liotta, Crystal Rector, LaVerne M. Byrd, Katherine Cobb, Carol Brusegar, Irena Kay, Rick Binder, Rebecca Brown, Patti Smith, Jen DG, Linda Bittle, Shona Battersby, Ruth McGarry, Uranchimeg (Urna) Belanger, Roberta Gold, Bill McCarthy, Kerri McManus, and Asha Khalil.
Also Judi G. Reid, Gwyn Goodrow, Joe Raab, Veronica Hollingsworth, Nikki Brown, Anne M. Skinner, Susan P. Sloan, Daphne Bach Greer, Fiona-Louise, Grace Kusta Nasralla, Merwyn Evans, Lisa S. Campbell, Dr. Ola B. Madsen, Carol Trant Dean, Connie Ragen Green, and Heidi Miller-Ford.
Also Marcelle della Faille, Carol Stockall, Michelle Francik, Michelle Barrial, Mary Anne Strange, Paula S. Webb, Norma Bonner Elmore, Ruben J. Rocha, Linda Faulk, Leasha West, Maxiann Forbes, Shari-Jayne Boda, Ellen Watts, Diana Bianchi, and Lorrie M. Nixon.
Also Charlisa E. Delancy-Cash, Carol Caffey, Barbara Watson, Nancy J. Haberstich, Mary Duggan, Rachel A. Kowalski, Joel Bloom, Carla Parvin, LC Plaunt, Steve Sponseller, Diane Kurzava, Holly Pitas, Corynne Stickley, Tara Kachaturoff, Mary Choo, Letitia Hicks, Karen Hannon, Susan Hayes, Debbie Bolton, Metka Lebar, Rocky Henriques, Donna Mogan, Bonita Bandaries, and Maria E Davis.
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They submitted their pieces within a tight timeline. They took part in a two-hour editing marathon and watched as their writing was reviewed and polished to shine brighter.
They cheered with every update and marveled at their own ability.
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Now we share with you the results of that weekend: the inspirational essays, narratives and insights about success in relationships, career, finances and life. Our intention is this book will empower and uplift you, too, to be your better self and let your success shine.
Contributing authors include Dan Murray; Norma Bonner Elmore, Ed.D.; Dr. Klara Gubacs-Collins; John A. Williams, MSc; Carol Stockall, MD; Shona Battersby; Bonnie D. Hilberer, DTM; Michelle Weidenbenner; Marcelle della Faille; Paula Webb; LaVerne M. Byrd; Viki Stanley-Hutchison; Jennifer Murphy; Hobby Parent; Trisha Faye; Nancy J. Haberstich, RN; Debbie Bolton; Julaina Kleist-Corwin; Janice Henslee; SharonAnn Hamilton; Elandra Kirsten Meredith; Chipo Shambare; Leasha West; and Teresa Abram.
Also contributing are Kimberley Wiggins; Margy Lang; Linda Easthouse; Jacques Soine; Tammy Atchley; Tim C. Star; Natalie Endsley; Peter Wallin; Michelle Denier; Soochen Low;
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