Archive for February, 2015

Client Success Story –Jacques Soine

Posted on: February 28th, 2015 by Dan Saia

“After struggling for 20 years to get my transformational book done, with Christine’s help it’s finally done.” “Using Christine’s Get Your Book Done system enabled me to complete my first draft almost effortlessly, in less than two months, while balancing demanding work and family commitments. After agonizing over the same project for 20 years, it’s… Read more »

Never Say Never

Posted on: February 24th, 2015 by Dan Saia

In the fall of 2011 I failed miserably at hosting an online webinar. I worked with someone who came highly recommended to help put it together. And, I did everything I was “supposed” to do… yet it bombed. We’re talking maybe 3 sales at best. It was embarrassing, frustrating and felt like a waste of… Read more »

Client Success Story – Peggy Kornegger

Posted on: February 14th, 2015 by Dan Saia

Last May, I signed up for Christine’s Transformational Author Experience®. Panache Desai (whom I’d known for awhile) encouraged me to take part in order to face my resistance to marketing my book. What I discovered during TAE was a path of authenticity and following what “feels right” in the publishing and marketing process. I learned… Read more »

Loving Yourself First

Posted on: February 11th, 2015 by Dan Saia

Valentine’s Day is only a few short days away. Who will be your Valentine this year? Maybe your spouse, your significant other, a child, a best friend? These are all people that can be our Valentines, right? People that are important to us, who make a difference in our lives. Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to… Read more »

Client Success Story — Lizz Russell

Posted on: February 8th, 2015 by Dan Saia

“She really helped me understand the journey it would take to transform my dreams into reality.” “I found Christine to be very motivational when seeing her speak at a conference. I made my way to her table for additional information on ways to promote and market my book. She made some recommendations about the book… Read more »