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The Inner Game of Internet Marketing Kindle Edition
From the Back Cover
In The Inner Game of Internet Marketing, Connie Ragen Green brings her deep understanding of the power of confidence and Geoff Hoff brings his lifelong study of creativity to their mutual love of Internet marketing.
In this powerful book, you will learn:
- How to build your confidence level no matter what your circumstances
- Exactly what inspiration is and how you can control it
- How to deal with the inevitable changes that happen in your life
- Ways to powerfully overcome creative blocks
- How to master your relationship with money
- How to open the door to the vast power of your subconscious mind
- How to gain mastery over your fear
- Why you need never worry about talent
For every Internet marketer, the old pro and the raw beginner, for every entrepreneur, The Inner Game of Internet Marketing is a book you must read! --This text refers to the paperback edition.
About the Author
Geoff Hoff has been a creative writer, an actor, an acting teacher, a standup comic and a popular blogger. He studies and writes about the process of creativity and the process of marketing and teaches creative writing and marketing courses on the Internet. --This text refers to the paperback edition.
- ASIN : B008DVQC6O
- Publisher : Hunter's Moon Publishing (February 16, 2014)
- Publication date : February 16, 2014
- Language : English
- File size : 350 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 203 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,062,360 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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In terms of the self confidence half written by Connie Green, there were quite a few examples she used in the book that will probably resonate with a lot of people. I don't think many of us realize what toxic lives we lead until we have a desire to make changes and suddenly find that we're too scared to do it even though we have enough degrees, experience, skills and money to do what we want. People don't realize that the nastiness we put up with in every day 9-5 life is not about our skills or our experience, it's all the personalities and whether they play well together or not. If you're one of those people lower on the totem pole, you'll find several situational experiences very familiar to you in the book.
I enjoyed reading Connie's soul baring tales of her growing up and how she had to adapt to different situations and her growth from insecurity to confidence in herself and her ability to accomplish anything she set her heart and mind and hands to. She has given me courage to move forward with some lifelong dreams that I just keep putting on the back burner. I think it's time for this late bloomer to blossom.
I found Geoff's writing very entertaining. I'm one of those people that is the last to get a joke. I would find myself saying "what?" and then "oh I get it" and then I'd chuckle to myself. I felt very happy while reading this part of the book. I could relate to the "recovering perfectionist" syndrome. However, one complaint, Geoff you didn't need to throw that one "f" word in there. You didn't need it to make your point. I always feel this cheapens a work. I know it's very popular in today's culture. We are following the way of the British where this word has been mainstream a lot longer than here. I just feel it is crass and never adds to a conversation. Other than that I thoroughly enjoyed reading Geoff's part of the book.
Thank you Connie and Geoff for a lot of inspiration and practical steps and exercises to get to where I want to be.
What a joy to discover this book! I "know" both Connie and Geoff through different forums and have followed much of their teaching in various ways. Foolishly, I brought this book with me here to southern Mexico for an extended trip, having received it from Amazon just as were were leaving in January. Life - and guacamole - intervened. It is now April, and I have spent the last few days reading it, and can (MUST!) offer my heartfelt, honest praise for it.
First off, the teaming of these two folks is genius. Their individual orientations, backgrounds, and talents shine through both separately and - most exquisitely - in combination. Remember the old Doublemint gum commercials: "Two!" "Two!" "Two mints in one!" What we have here folks, is a book comprising two "books," either one of which could stand alone AND represent real value in and of itself. And it's gonna last a lot longer than that gum did.
However, lucky us, they are together..
Connie's success in IM is legendary and is clearly laid out here, replete with concise instruction and exercises from someone who not only has "made the grade" but is selflessly devoted to see others do the same. Her teaching ability is unparalleled, and she brings a lifetime of experience in inspiring others to every product she undertakes, including this one.
Geoff's writing on creativity is unlike anything I have encountered. I almost feel as if he has written my biography, he is that good at calling me out on how I get in my own way in this regard. As I read, I repeatedly broke into laughter....all the while saying, "That's me! How did he know this about me??" Here is a man, who, like Connie, has "been there, done that," and wants his students to avoid the energy-blocking hazards he has encountered along the way. You simply must read what he has to say.
Now to the flow part....the editing here is genius. Starting off with Connie's more "factual" - while inspiring - portion, going right into Geoff's more "ethereal" - yet grounded - contribution, followed by a modern parable by the inestimable Joe Vitale about "what might have been," and ending with a most vivid exhortation to action by Pat O'Bryan, another "force of nature" in this world.
Soooo....if you don't have it yet...get it! And if you do have it, don't cram it in your suitcase and forget to read it until the guacamole runs out, like I did. Read it NOW!