15-30 Minutes a Day Keeps New Markets from Getting Away

In Uncategorized on April 24, 2013 at 8:33 am

Very good advice for those of us that can be absent-minded.

Brainstorms & Bylines

English: The face of a black windup alarm clock

I’ve been known to tell others: If you can’t be a good example, serve as a horrible warning.

I stand before you today as that horrible warning. Well, maybe horrible is too… er… horrible a term, but let’s just say I’m going to use myself as a bad example.

Pay attention you young whippersnappers and you old ones, too. Way back in the dark ages, we learned about new markets through trade magazines, newsletters, and newsstands. Now, you can’t roll your mouse across your desktop without running up against places to sell your writing. This is both good and bad. This is where the horrible warning part comes in.

Horrible Warning

See? There it is in big letters.

I become absentminded when I’m busy–and it seems I am always busy. While I’m working away I’ll often find the perfect venue for something I have written, or would like to write…

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