Amazing: make a B*U*N*D*L*E in 7 days with your own ebook!

Written by Haakon Rian Ueland

What do you want to write? Why not write an ebook? Ebooks, sold from one- or twopage websites, has been a lucrative business for quite a few people and who knows? Perhaps it is your turn?

"How to write and publish your own OUTRAGEOUSLY Profitable eBook in as little as 7 days" is a no-nonsense guide torepparttar essentials - finding out what to write about, how to kickstartrepparttar 129414 process, how to market your masterpiece and how to sell it - automatically.

I have read 10-20 books on writing. This isrepparttar 129415 most concise, lucid, thorough book I have read yet. I am not writing an ebook myself, though. I am writing a fiction novel (in Norwegian, so most of you won't be able to read it if it ever is published - if it doesn't become a huge success, that is! :). With allrepparttar 129416 wheeling and dealing at my work, I felt like writing something forrepparttar 129417 pure pleasure of creating (andrepparttar 129418 tool below lets me concentrate on creating, not technology!).

That doesn't mean that 7 day ebook didn't help! No wonder consideringrepparttar 129419 authors. Joe Vitale isrepparttar 129420 bestselling author of Hypnotic Writing, Advanced Hypnotic Writing, and Spiritual Marketing. Joe Edwards wrote Selling Your Home Alone and The TEN Dirty Little Secrets of Mortgage Financing - and both of them are making a very nice income.

Visit their website; see if it doesn't capture you (like it did me). They have a special offer onrepparttar 129421 book: only $30, including some nice bonuses. Jump over to this moment - if only to enjoyrepparttar 129422 way these two authors use words to entice!

But you need a good tool to write with!

Quite often I come across simple software - easy to install, to use or to tweak. Less often I come across brilliant software, with brilliant execution, features or ideas. Simple, brilliant software is even rarer. The Journal is one such creature.

For some time, I've had a book in my head. I've been buildingrepparttar 129423 characters, setting up scenes and creating images and dialogues.

I have started on books before. I always hit a point where I get more captivated with perfectingrepparttar 129424 previous words, paragraphs and pages than I am with creating new words.

Sure, I know; writing teachers say Write without editing. Leave it all forrepparttar 129425 rewrite. Still your inner critic. Well, I am not capable of that - when I scroll downrepparttar 129426 Word-document, I spot flaws, errors and logical mistakes - and I must fix them. OCD, I guess.

Then I came acrossrepparttar 129427 Journal (TJ). At 3 Mb, it is a fast download, and it is something I can guarantee will stick in my Programs-folder like jam-spots to a three year olds sweater.

Once installed, you are asked to define a user. A nice feature; you can have more than one user and it allows you to password protect your inner thoughts.

Multiple Income Streams: avoiding Starving Artist Syndrome

Written by Angela Booth

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Summary: The key to success as a creative or for anyone, is multiple income streams.

Total words: 600

Category: Small Business

Multiple Income Streams: avoiding Starving Artist Syndrome

Copyright (c) 2002 by Angela Booth

If you're a creative,repparttar 129412 chances are high that if someone is making a buck from your talents, it's not you. We writers, artists and designers aren't good negotiators. We love our work, and we're happy that someone wants to pay us for it. It takes us a while to realize that while everyone else is doing nicely from our work, we're not.

The answer to Starving Artist Syndrome is: Multiple Income Streams.

How would that work? Some ideas ----

If you're a writer, you could:

* work on a novel (your primary work and source of income) as well as

* write articles for magazines and newsletters, and

* write a children's book, and

* write greeting card material.

If you're a Web designer, you could:

* develop Web sites (your primary source of income), and

* create logos and stationery for businesses, and

* create images for greeting cards, and

* host client Web sites.

If you're a photographer, you could:

* do advertising photography (primary income source), and

* take stock photos for image libraries, and

* take glamour shots at beauty salons, and

* take photos of homes for up-market realtors.

If you're thinking: "Yes, that's great, but won't I be spreading myself too thin?"repparttar 129413 answer is yes, if you try to do all of this at once. You develop your Multiple Income Streams over time. Estimate that it will take a year to get them all happening. What these Multiple Income Streams will do for you, when you get them moving, is smooth out your work and cash flow.

When work is slow on your primary income stream, you work to market that one, but also develop another. Your goal is to have at least FOUR income streams. With four sources of cash, all four won't be going through a slump atrepparttar 129414 same time. Nor will they all be equally busy atrepparttar 129415 same time. You'll have enough work to keep yourself busy, and cash coming in regularly.

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