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Dreaming with Whitney Johnson

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I’m excited today to have a guest post on Whitney Johnson’s blog. My post is a letter to Whitney, in which I encourage her and outline the work we are doing together to prepare for the launch of her upcoming book Dare, Dream, Do: Remarkable Things Happen When You Dare to Dream.

If you haven’t already, I hope you’ll read the post. While you’re there, check out some of the other posts on Whitney’s site. If you’re interested in book launch ideas, you’ll enjoy the advice author Annie Bourne shared. Get to know Whitney better by reading a recent favorite of mine “Why I’m Glad Sheryl Sandberg Isn’t On Facebook’s Board” or by checking out her posts on Harvard Business Review.

And… more exciting stuff…

Part of our promotion includes the opportunity for you to get this beautiful e-book of quotes. We’ve been sharing dream quotes on Pinterest and Facebook, and we gathered them into a collection we hope will inspire you to dare, dream, and do.

All you have to do to get the e-book is to share our Facebook fan page with 3 friends who like it, using this offer.  And, when your friends like the page, they’ll be entered into a drawing to win a free signed copy of Whitney’s book when it is released.

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curtrice   |   24 March 2012   |   Reply

Nice guest post on Whitney’s site. I’m writing a book now, too, developing ideas on my blog. Still at the stage of struggling with self-publishing vs. traditional publishing, and would love to read more about that topic on your blog! Your community growing ideas are interesting, too. Some of the specific points you mentioned in the letter to Whitney would be interesting to read more about, e.g. automation, roles of supporters, etc etc.

Becky   |   25 March 2012   |   Reply

Curt,

Great ideas for future posts. Thanks for the ideas. I look forward to connecting with you in the future,

Becky

Kare Anderson   |   02 June 2012   |   Reply

what a wonderful post about Whitney’s book, thank you! BTW, procrastination power, as Whitney describes in her popular Harvard Business Review blog, is like allowing for fallow time for innovation … or a richer harvest of benefits in your life.
Allowing for such fallow time helps not only innovation, but also for a richer harvest of benefits in your life when you step into daring to dream and then do something greater with your life. Whitney pulls you into the adventure story that can be the next chapter of the life you were meant to lead by sprinkling the path of her well-earned advice and first-hand experience with fascinating stories from other who also took the Dare Dream Do Path that she advocates in her already wildly popular new book.
Whitney pulls you into the adventure story that can be the next chapter of the life you were meant to lead by sprinkling the path of her well-earned advice and first-hand experience with fascinating stories from other who also took the Dare Dream Do Path that she advocates in her already popular new book (I was honored to read an advance copy). This book is a great companion to Marcus Buckingham’s book, Find Your Strongest Life.
Whitney has been supporting women in living from their strength for some years now, in how she leads her life and how she encourages others… Consider this your encourager book and share it with kindred spirits as you step into the new scenes of the next chapter of your life, and pull in new characters to support your way. http://amzn.to/JaFwvq