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About Kit Rosato
Kit Rosato is a writer, blogger and online marketer passionate about creating income on the net and inspiring others to do the same. She loves sharing her journey along with tips and strategies to help new people explore the different ways you can dive in and start growing an online income.
Kit understands the challenges of having the right mindset...something she has struggled with..and trying to get something going with little start-up capital. As a contributing author to several books she gives her perspective on habits that hold you back from success and the importance of establishing your "big why" behind every thing you do.
She also enjoys connecting with other caring, motivated online entrepreneurs and those just wanting to get started. She believes connections and heart felt relationships are a major key to online success. Don't let being stuck behind a computer working at home limit you in any way! Reach out and share your struggles and triumphs.
==> You can connect further with Kit online at her blog, KitRosato.com
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.
We are business people, entrepreneurs, or want to be. We create our businesses
for many different reasons. Stating those reasons clearly, beyond a vague, “I
want to work for myself”, then remembering them when the times get challenging
(as they often do in any business) can be very powerful.
Connie Ragen Green teaches new online entrepreneurs how to build their
businesses. In one of her recent programs, she asked the participants to get
clear about what their reasons where, why they were making the effort to build
their businesses, and then to write about them.
The answers to that question comprise the book What Is Your WHY? Some of
the chapters were written by people who have been making their living online
for some time. Some by people just now starting out, still trying to find their
footing. Some were written by those well on their way toward having their
online business provide their full time income. Their businesses are varied and
their reasons why as varied as they are.
Whether you’re starting your business (or thinking of starting one) simply
to get out of the rat race, to provide for your family, to have the freedom to
travel, to have an impact on the world and the people around you, or any other
reason, you will find some inspiration in the pages of this book.
And the more clear you get about what your reason why is, the easier it will
be to do what needs to be done.