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Donna Kozik is a multi-award winning author and now shows people how to become authors themselves with the "Write a Book in a Weekend" virtual online events, private coaching and more. Get your free book planner at http://freebookplanner.com
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Now a USA Today and Wall Street Journal best-seller!
Want to use the written word to supercharge your career? Discover the behind-the-scenes process for 24 authors who've used books to build lucrative, inspiring businesses.
24 successful authors. 24 stories to help you turn books into a six-figure calling.
Have you tried all the entrepreneurial tricks only to end up back where you started? Are you passionate about an idea that you want to share with the world? Do you wish you could turn a single book into something more? Bestselling author Alinka Rutkowska started with one book and transformed it into a successful six-figure business. But she isn't the only one. Join her and 23 other powerful author entrepreneurs as they share "how they did it" in this once-in-a-lifetime collection of true stories.
In Write and Grow Rich, you'll discover how this incredible group of authors, marketers, teachers, and trainers turned the corner with the power of writing behind them. By sharing their best practices, authors Adam Houge, Daniel Hall, Caitlyn Pyle, Marc Guberti, Bryan Cohen, Kristen Joy, and many more provide a roadmap to the steps you need to take to join their ranks. Inside, you'll learn which so-called expert advice to avoid and little-known tools for faster, more resilient success.
In Write and Grow Rich, you'll discover:
- What these authors would've done differently if they were starting their businesses today
- How they cope with overwhelm and how you can use this overload as an advantage
- Key factors for book-based success in a variety of industries
- How quickly you can expect to start profiting off your writing
- The skills you should start cultivating to take your business to the next level, and much, much more!
Write and Grow Rich is a jam-packed handbook for making your words worth more than you ever dreamed possible. If you like expert guidance, multiple points of view, and down-to-earth education from entrepreneurs who've made it, then you'll love Alinka Rutkowska's authorpreneurial anthology.
Buy Write and Grow Rich to start applying time-tested wisdom to your business today!
Full contributing authors list: Alinka Rutkowska, Adam Houge, Alexa Bigwarfe, Amy Collins, Bryan Cohen, Caitlin Pyle, Claire Diaz-Ortiz, Christine Kloser, Daniel Hall, Donna Kozik, Debbie Drum, Derek Doepker, Derek Murphy, Jason Ladd, Jyotsna Ramachandran, Kirsten Oliphant, Kristen Joy, Lise Cartwright, Marc Guberti, Matt Stone, Sally Miller, Steve Alcorn, Summer Tannhauser, Susan Friedmann.
The best way to do that is to become a published author. Having your own book is like have a universal stamp of approval that says expert.
The problems comes in actually writing and publishing the book:
How do you find the time?
What topic should you focus on?
Are you considered expert enough?
Should you self-publish or seek a traditional publisher?
The questions and challenges go on and on.
In Write a Book in a Weekend: 7 Insider Strategies Find the Time, Choose a Winning Topic & Get Your Book Done! For Coaches, Consultants, Service Professionals & Entrepreneurs, Donna Kozik gives tips and techniques for all of this and more.
Use her recipe formula for describing your specialty to readers; her cleaning the closet technique for deciding what to write about and read up on three mini-book examples she includes that you can copy for your own book.
The bottom line benefit is that you will come away with a much clearer idea for your own book--and how to get it published and working for you as a big business card and marketing tool.
Plus, Donna Kozik shows you how to do it all in one weekend. You read that right. By applying Donna's techniques and system, you can get your book done in 2 days.
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.
Also Gregory Hoffmaster, La Wanna G. Parker, Alberta Fredricksen, Dawn Rafferty, Margy Lang, Robyn MacKillop, Audrey Berry, Caroline Ravelo, Brenda Lanigan, Taeko Hayatsu, Clay Morgan, Ingrid Cook, Peggy Lee Hanson, Donna Burgher, LuWanda Ford, Tonia Sample, Julaina Kleist-Corwin, Kit Rosato, and Cherry-Ann Carew.
Also Adrienne Dupree, Anne Domagala, Warren L. Henderson, Jr., Ruth Strebe, Katie De Souza, Gabby De Souza, Suzanne Cousins, Melissa Ellen Penn, J. Russell Burck, Louise Lavergne, and Katrina Oko-Odoi.
This speedy yet info-packed Kindle read gives cruise goers information about how to write a book while sailing the high seas or drifting along a river cruise. It’s written by a long-time book coach who shows people how to get books done fast and easy to use as a “big business card.”
Now she applies her “landlubber” ideas and processes for book writing that can be applied while cruising.
*Part One: Pre-Board Prep—Ready Yourself *
This section shows you how to prepare for your “book writing while cruising” adventure. It discusses books and materials to bring and shows you how to get your mind ready to write.
*Part Two: All Aboard—Cruise & Write*
Next discover the elements of a book and techniques for getting started in writing. This section also includes four “short and powerful” book structures so you can start visualizing how to start organizing and creating your content.
*Part Three: Disembark & Publish—Finetune & Print*
This section shows you how to prepare your manuscript for publishing and also details the pros and cons of self-publishing and pursuing a traditional publisher.
Says the author: I eat, breathe and sleep book writing. I think everyone should author a book. The good news is that it’s so easy now. Gone are the days when only academics, celebrity authors and people with loads of money can line the shelves of bookstores. Traditional publishers no longer have the ultimate say about who will see their work published and who won’t. Instead, print-on-demand technology lets you just upload and order.
Worried about the cost? Don’t be. You can publish a softcover book without taking out a second mortgage on your house. How inexpensive is it? Try five bucks a copy, give or take, depending on your page count. And you only have to order one. Not one thousand or more, like the days of yore, when boxes of books doubled for living room furniture.
Thanks to social media, you can promote and sell your book easier than ever. Even Amazon wants to sell your book. They love authors, even those who self-publish. (Or, as it’s said these days, authors who decide to go the route of “indie publishing.”)
Most of all, you have something to say, and a book is a great way to say it. It’s the “universal symbol” of expertise and credibility. Even in these days of Twitter handles and Facebook pages, having a book is respected and makes you respectable. It gives you an opportunity to share your message that will live on past “likes.” It will be around for a long, long time. It's also proof that you are here on this big blue marble and you have something to share. And it positions you as a thought leader in your field or among your friends.
They say that four out of five people want to write a book "someday," but, for most, that "someday" never comes. If you’re convinced you should be an author too, let’s make make today the day you get started.
This inspirational thought-of-the-day book brings together a community of contributors who wrote brief yet compelling essays about the little things that uplift them and make life more fun and interesting.
They talk about the books that they held dear in childhood, the gardens that bring them peace and tranquility and the pets that they snuggle for comfort. There are also tales of travel and dancing in the rain, plus stories around the campfire and even a recipe for everyone’s favorite comfort food: chicken soup!
The Community Book Project: Celebrating the Little Things in Life gives a nod to those people, places and memories that bring a smile even during tough times.
Join us in escaping from everyday troubles, even for a brief time, and celebrate the little things that make life good!
If there were 20 people contributing, the editor would be happy. More than 70 did.
They worked with the suggested themes of career, finances and relationships—and were asked to keep entries to 200 words or less. (More difficult than it sounds.) They embraced the challenge to provide readers with mini-doses of inspiration—whether read in one sitting or one before bed each night.
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.
These authors are success stories in themselves.
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;
Sarah-Jane Watson; Fiona-Louise; Anne M. Skinner; Bill McCarthy; Shelly O'Donovan; Donna Burgher; Robyn MacKillop, Ph.D.; Jeanine Byers; Metka Lebar; Lynn Dorman, Ph.D.; Irena Kay, M.D.; Donna M. Mogan, Ph.D.; Myrna L. Hill, M.A. LMFT; and Warren L. Henderson, Jr.
Also taking part are Sawsan Abubaker; Karen K. Lowry; Shawn Carroll Morris; Connie Ragen Green; Kelly A. Johnson; Bonnie Ebsen Jackson; Frances O. Thomas, M. Ed.; Peggy Lee Hanson; Lee Startegies; Doria Musaga; Mary Anne Strange; Ellen McNeill; Neil Peet; Katie De Souza; Dr. Joanna Faulk; Veronica Hollingsworth; Kaye Blahak;
Daphne Bach Greer ; Tara Alexandra; Gregory Paul Hoffmaster; Asha Khalil; Yvonne B. Garris; and Howard Bush.
When you’re feeling down, start laughing. You can’t stay mad, sad, or angry when there is a smile on your face and laughter in your belly. ~ Patricia Bumpass
Buy good quality coffee. Savoring and sipping that good cup of coffee is a great way to start the day, whether walking on the beach with my dog, reading the paper, or checking my email. ~ Barrie Atkin
Do something creative every day. It keeps your mind active and your problem-solving imagination engaged. Focus on having a positive mindset about every challenge that comes your way. There is always a solution or a gift in a struggle. ~ Karen Richards
But what is a life hack?
From the book's introduction: When hearing the term “hack” you might think of modifying a physical object, such as turning a stock car into a hot rod, or breaking into a computer system, or even customizing your cell phone, but have you ever wished you could pull back the access panel of your life and rewrite the code?
Guess what? There are many ways you can.
Life hacks take many forms. It can be bypassing barriers that keep you from success. It can be disabling, or enabling, the emotional guards your mind puts up in response to something. It can be physically altering an item you use to improve its function. It can also be physically improving yourself.
Benjamin Franklin, being far-sighted, invented bifocals to help him read. He also, being the diplomat he was, laid out a list of 13 virtues for dealing with others. Both of these can be considered life hacks. In 1812, Tabitha Babbitt, watching two men struggle with a timber saw, attached a circular blade to a spinning wheel and the rest was history. Elon Musk, when his schedule demanded almost 100 hours per week of him, found ways of managing his work and sleep hours, including some well-placed sofas in his factories. Judith Edwards, who experienced some rather personal problems during her seven pregnancies, combined the advice of both her doctor and her entrepreneurial son and is now worth $150 million based on her life hack: the Squatty Potty.
Life hacks provide not only a path to better health and well-being, but ways of saving time, making life easier, and even impressing your friends. The world’s most successful people have mastered the art of taking control of their lives. Wouldn’t you like to know how to take control of yours?
Inside you’ll find useful life hacks to help you conquer fears, calm your mind and spirit, fight off depression, improve your self-esteem, achieve your goals, and appreciate the world around you.
About the Author: Donna Kozik is a USA Today & Wall Street Journal best-selling author with a passion for getting people published. She’s most known as the creator of the original “Write a Book in a Weekend” virtual event and its sister publishing program, Done for You Publishing. She works with people to get their books written and in print, on Kindle or both. In addition to “Write a Book in a Weekend” she is the creator and lead editor of The Community Book Project, which gets people published 200 words at a time.
“Our Best Life Hacks” was written in a weekend.
For more information about writing and publishing a book, go to www.FreeBookPlanner.com.
WHAT WE LOVE describes relationships with children, spouses, pets, nature, travel and more.
We are pleased to share the results with you in this book celebrating love: the inspirational essays, narratives and insights. The intention of this book is to empower and uplift you, too, to notice what's around you that's ready for love from you.
Thank you for reading—and celebrating—what we love!
Danielle Guerin; Nancy Moorhouse; Susan Shatzer; Holly R Fitzpatrick; Connie Ragen Green; Nicole Bissett; Katie De Souza; Cody Dakota Wooten; Martin Salama; Lori Sweet; Dr. Irena Kay; Diane Kurzava; Kim Forthofer; LaVerne M. Byrd; Michelle Francik; Marcelle della Faille; Jen DG; Tara Alexandra Kachaturoff; Charlisa E. Delancy-Cash; Chineme Noke; Paula S Webb; Carol Stockall; Cheryl A Major; Lorrie M. Nixon; Carma Spence; Sylvio Roy; Carol Brusegar; Ruben J. Rocha; Heidi Miller-Ford; Asha Khalil; Warren L. Henderson; LC Plaunt; Margy Lang; Alberta Fredricksen; Shona Battersby; Crystal Rector; Mary Anne Strange; Bill McCarthy; Stewart Forthofer; Pamela James; Julaina Kleist-Corwin; Taeko Hayatsu; Colin Bird; Melissa Ellen Penn; Robyn Campbell; Patti Smith; Joyce Blue; Melanie Day; Merwyn Evans; Shirley J. Noah; Diana Bianchi; Ruth McGarry; Roberta Gold; Barbara Cole; LuWanda Ford; Robyn MacKillop; Fiona-Louise; Norma Bonner Elmore; Kerri McManus; Sharon G. Teed; Suzy Taylor Oakley; Judi G. Reid; Mary Choo; Francis Heran; Metka Lebar; Mike Myers; Gwyn Goodrow; Daphne Bach Greer; Joe Raab; Nikki Brown; Donna M. Mogan; Dixie L. Thompson; Sergey Skudaev; Holly Pitas; Rebecca Brown; Letitia Hicks; Patrice Porter; Lori R Winslow; Karen Hannon; Barbara Watson; Carol Caffey; Donna Burgher; Nancy Haberstich; Dona C. Murphy; Tina Nies; Susan J Walklate; Beth Munro; Debbie Bolton; Joy Harris; Michelle Denier; Angela Boothroyd; Leasha West; Renee A. Moses; Gregory Paul Hoffmaster; Melinda J. Kelly; Benjamin M. Boyle; Suzanne S. Farmer; Corinne McKeown; Michael E. Bourland; Nancy Haberstich; Anitra S. White; Dawn Eileen; Megan Saint-Marie; Nancy Haberstich; Diane L. Haworth; Michelle Barrial; Nicole Toomey Davis; Ginger Wellspring; Peggy S. Lynn; Agata Szkiela; Maria Falcon; Tonia Sample; Ruth Strebe; Jewelle Colwell Boldt; Marius Bill; Danielle Guerin.
together to submit essays on a particular theme. In a weekend.
The everyday joys described include the subjects of children, pets, nature, travel and, in one
These authors are examples of everyday joy, too. And so are our readers.
Now we share with you the results of that weekend: the inspirational essays, narratives and
insights. The intention of this book is to empower and uplift you, too, to be a more joyful being.
Thank you for reading—and celebrating—everyday joy!
EVERYDAY JOY contributors include:
Diane Kurzava, Holly Fitzpatrick, Norma Bonner Elmore, Michael E. Bourland, Terri Stovall, Marcelle della Faille, Lindy Schneider, Heidi MillerFord, Paula S Webb, Susie Jumper, Megan SaintMarie, Melissa Ellen Penn, Nicki Steinberger, Michelle Barrial, Angie Mangino, Michell Pulliam, Daphne Bach Greer, Rev. Christopher L. Smith, and Suzanne Alba.
Also, Shona Battersby, Warren L. Henderson, Jr., Leasha West, Ayesha Hilton, Dr. Marilyn Joyce, Ruth McGarry, Graham Wade, Gwyn Goodrow, Kimberly Schramm, David A. Chaumette, Cheryl Major, Sheri Graubert, Cody Wooten, Karen Hannon, Florence R. De Silva, Joyce Blue, Veronica Hollingsworth, Tracy Glass, Judy Morton, Lori R. Winslow, Teresa Miller, Konstantine Kundanis, Sarah-Jane Watson, Debbie Bolton, Gloria HowardSmith, and Andy Anderson.
Also, Judi G. Reid, Jen DG, Margy Lang, Rich Liotta, Kit Rosato, Ruben J. Rocha, Brittany N. Smith, Larisa Sharipova, Julaina Kleist-Corwin, Linda Faulk, LaVerne M. Byrd, Rebecca Brown, Dan Klatt, Shari-Jayne Boda, Michelle Francik, Bonnie Ebsen Jackson, Susan Shatzer, Connie Ragen Green, Lee Startegies, and LuWanda Ford.
Also, Gregory Paul Hoffmaster, Bill McCarthy, Frances O. Thomas, Asha Khalil, Moira Shepard, Alana Mander, Steve Sponseller, Tara Myers, Nicholas Yakima, Courtney Berry, Robyn MacKillop, Nancy J. Haberstich, Donna Burgher, Sally White, Fiona Louise, Katie Weiser, Martin Salama, S. Newman and Michelle Denier.
Also, Mary Anne Strange, Adrienne Dupree, Trina M. Bailey, Kristi Dement, Anne M. Skinner, JoAn Richardson, Helen Leighton Phelps, Lorrie M. Nixon, Tanya McGill Freeman, Jeanine Byers, Elandra Kirsten Meredith, Katie De Souza, Rev J Russell Burck, and Shanley Weston.
That was the prompt for this edition of The Community Book Project. A group of 100+ contributing authors answered this question in 200 words or less. Their entries are gathered here. This book includes stories about living out loud (and on your own). There are tales of friends and flags and even one about online dating.
Take them in and think about this question, too: What does independence mean to you?
Thank you to our contributing authors, listed below:
Paula S. Webb
Ruben J. Rocha
Carol Anne Cooper
Marcelle della Faille
John A. Williams
Cody Dakota Wooten
Donna L. Martin
Jason Wright Downs
Connie Ragen Green
Harold K. Thompkins
Marie A. Levy
Melissa Ellen Penn
Tara Alexandra Kachaturoff
Irena Kay, MD
Christine L. Cunningham
Holly R. Fitzpatrick
Angela I Schutz
Lorrie M. Nixon
Carol Stockall MD
Lori R. Winslow
Dixie L. Thompson
Michael Bimbo Ojelabi
Warren L. Henderson, Jr.
Cheryl A Major
Norma Bonner Elmore
Daphne Bach Greer
Susan J Walklate
Judi G. Reid
Shirley J. Noah
Melanie G. Robinson
Sharon G Teed
Eszter Molnar Mills
Nancy Lee Bentley
Charlisa E. Delancy
Melisse L Campbell
Joanna Lynn Faulk
Peggy Lee Hanson
Phillip D. Woolfolk
Katie De Souza
Mary Alice Long
Michael E. Bourland
PAWSOME FRIENDS describes some of the most precious relationships we have in life—those with our pets.
We are pleased to share the results with you in this book celebrating love: the inspirational essays, narratives and insights. The pieces range from the hilarious to the poignant. If you have loved a pet, you're sure to love this book.
Thank you for reading—and celebrating—our pets!
Contributing authors include Gregory Paul Hoffmaster, Teresa A. Castleman, Jewelle Colwell Boldt, Patti Bakewell, Bridget McQueen, Diana Bianchi, Joy Harris, Rich Liotta, Ph.D., Donna Burgher, Darlene Frank, Beth Munro, Mary Alice Long and Nancy J. Haberstich.
Also Tina Nies, Teresa Christian, Barbara A. Johnson, Robyn MacKillop, Don Wall, Dona C. Murphy, Lauren A. Ebbecke, Kathryn Jingling, Chineme Noke, Holly Pitas, Mary Choo, Susan J Walklate, Sarah-Jane Watson, Carol Anne Cooper, Laura Ostrem, Nikki Brown, Donna L Martin, Morgine Jurdan, Lorrie M. Nixon, Maria Falcon, Crystal Rector, Ron Forte, Dragana Dj. Jeremic, John Goodrow, Joe Raab, Elicia Jenson, Angela Boothroyd, Lizbeth Thomas, Mari Kennedy, and Georgia R. Day.
Also Susan Shatzer, Carol Stockall MD, Tara Alexandra Kachaturoff, Marti L. Berger, Roseanney Liu, Margy Lang, Dr. Robert Roper, Anne Elizabeth Perez, Pamela James, Michael E. Bourland, Jerri Shankler, Michelle Barrial, Dawn Eileen Field, Roberta Gold, Bill McCarthy, Desiree Wright, Sheryl Ann Wilson, Daphne Bach Greer, LC Plaunt, Diane Kurzava, Dixie L. Thompson, Thom Thomas, Heidi Miller-Ford, Alma B. Apostol, Karen Leeds, Delia Messing, Ruth McGarry, Shari-Jayne Boda, Lori R Winslow, Melanie G Robinson, Tammy Ennis, Leasha West, Mary Linda Bittle, Tracy Delegarde, Shona Battersby, Michelle D. Lee, Cindy Nolte, and Gwyn Goodrow.
Also Melissa Ellen Penn, Shirley J. Noah, Julaina Kleist-Corwin, P. Jean Rogers, Debbie Bolton, Mary Anne Strange, Asha Khalil, Lori Sweet, Pam Murphy, Sergey Skudaev, Marie A. Levy, Kristine G. Bottone, Barbara Cole, Ph.D., Audrey Humaciu, Geneva L. Carter, Yvonne B Garris, Sharon G. Teed, Shari J Goodwin, Carma Spence, Paula S Webb, Beth Adkins, Cheryl A Major, Melody Heath-Smith, SJ. Clarke, Racquel Dawn, Pat Moore, Danielle Guerin, Michelle Francik, Eileen Joyce Donovan, Holly R Fitzpatrick, Connie Ragen Green, Peggy Lee Hanson, Heather Ritchie, Krystina Kellingley, Faithe F Thomas, Cal A Penn, Angela I. Schutz, Gina-Dianne Harding, Stefanie Jolicoeur, Patti May, Katie De Souza, and Ellen Watts.
Brought from the award-winning author who has conducted more than 60 Write a Book in a Weekend events, this "transcript training" (because it stems from a popular webinar) gives aspiring speakers an introduction to TED and other speaking and presentation tips. Note: the author is not associated with TED.com or the TED organization—she's simply an interested observer.
What people are saying about Donna Kozik:
“Donna Kozik is a genius at helping people promote their businesses through writing, publishing books, and speaking. She guides clients through the processes and helps empower them to promote their messages through many venues. Anyone who has ever wanted to write a book or become a speaker should contact her.” ~ Norma Elmore
“It is almost impossible to find a comprehensive Ted training that truly “tells it all!” Donna Kozik goes into the very minute details that will make or break your chance to attract a TED invitation! Great training as always from a truly high quality coach.” ~ Klara Gubacs
"If you desire to publish a book or present a TEDx Talk, then Donna Kozik is your go-to person. Donna will assist and guide you through the process. If you absorb the knowledge that she offers and the tools she recommends, you are well on your way to achieving your goals." ~ LaVerne Byrd