With a Little Help from My Friends

This blog post and episode of Live Your Passion TV is a bit different than usual. I’ve got some fun and exciting information to share. But I also have a favor or two to ask. It’s interactive TV, today, friends. I hope you’ll indulge me …

I don’t want to spoil the surprises unveiled here but let’s just say that if you have a bookstore in your area that you feel would benefit from carrying my new book, How to Live Your Passion & Fulfill Your Dreams, we’ve now got a way to bring the book to your neighborhood retailer. And you can help.

In the video, I mention some upcoming events. If you’d like to attend, especially the Big Event on April 29th in Seattle, here’s a link to my calendar page: http://liveyourpassiontv.com/events/

Oh, and the most important thing, the big interactive part of today’s show is this, I’d like to ask you to post a comment about the book—if you’ve already read it, of course. If you liked the book, if it touched you, please let me know. Please share your comments here in the box below, and maybe even copy them over to the book page on Amazon.com at http://amzn.com/149522984X The more people who comment here, and on Amazon.com, the more peopled will find out about the book and help to spread its positive message.

With Gratitude,
Stacie

Stacie Zinn Roberts is an award-winning writer, speaker, marketing consultant and the author of "How to Live Your Passion & Fulfill Your Dreams." Her firm, What's Your Avocado?, is based in Mount Vernon, Washington.

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2 comments on “With a Little Help from My Friends
  1. Christine LaChance says:

    I am so GRATEFUL to have read this book. I recently had to make a tough decision – I was at my crossroads, the do I want the next 10 years to look like the last and the answer was no. So I made drastic decisions and took the leap of faith. The issue with learning to live your avocado is, okay now what? “How to live your passion and fulfill your dreams” Helped me in so many ways. How to organize my thoughts build a strategic plan, reinforce what I know to be true and staying focused and positive. It provided inspirational stories that encouraged me to keep walking. Stacie has a contagious energy through her style of writing that created that feeling of when I had my first “A-ha” moment. I love one of the interviews, where one of the guest words of recommendation were…”Begin” Great Job Stacie, thank you!

    • Christine,
      Thank you for sharing your story! I am so touched by your comments. It means the world to me to know that my work has positively impacted you on your journey.

      With Gratitude,
      Stacie

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