The other day I got the weirdest testimonial (well, it read like a complaint but anyway) for any of my products so far.
It went something like this:
“I was disappointed. It was factual and common sense. Not at all what I expected.”
He did NOT ask for a refund though. Go figure. I suspect he secretly liked it. 😉
Now here’s the kicker… this was for a product I wrote a few months ago called 40 Easy Ways to Create a Miracle.
It’s a sort of an emergency guide for people who need to create dramatic change in their lives.
So I collected 40 different ways I and people I know have used to that end. Obviously as a reaction to the economic difficulties many people are facing, or FEAR that they may soon be facing it.
Now, to get this book with a title like this… and then say it’s factual and common sense – well, thanks I’ll take that as a compliment! 🙂
But I do understand some might have gotten the wrong idea about it based on just the title.
This book is not just entertainment.
NOT your usual ‘let’s think happy thoughts and wish everything will turn okay’ type of book. Nope, 40 concrete and practical ways to create dramatic change starting today.
Obviously, just reading it is not likely to change much. It may be pleasant to read (so I’m told), but the real traction comes from actually picking the methods that suit you, and then running with it.
Whichever method you end up choosing, I wish you the best of luck with it!
And… feel free to tell me if the book is all common sense. I won’t mind. 😉
PS. Here’s the weird part. As I was writing the book, I kept thinking maybe I was going a little overboard with the spiritual side of it. But it turns out most people read it just the opposite way. Goes to show you never know how it’s received when you’re creating something new and exciting!