A Writer’s Review of the 2015 Literary Connection

By: [email protected] Monday October 5, 2015 0 comments Tags:

Every year, Laramie County Community College (LCCC) puts on a Literary Connection where the college invites two authors and speakers to come to Cheyenne to talk with the writing community. This year they invited Allen Kurzweil, author of The Whipping Boy, and poet George Bilgere. Both have been nominated and recognized in the creative writing world. Last year, I attended both days, one being a free day and the next a paid… Read More

Kimberly Alexander: Your Results Map Strategist

By: [email protected] Monday September 28, 2015 0 comments Tags:

If you’re a well-established entrepreneur that is wanting to take your business to the next level, but don’t know how to get there, then you need to talk to Kimberly Alexander from Denver, Colorado. Kimberly Alexander is a Transformational speaker, author, mentor and strategists. She specializes in working with women entrepreneurs that have a well-established business, but know they can be more in growing their business and want to build it to… Read More

Tips and Tricks to begin Writing

By: [email protected] Monday September 21, 2015 0 comments Tags:

Are you one of those people who want to write, but don't know where to start? Writing is a skill that you have to train yourself. You may never be a Stephen King, but you don't want to be him because you're uniquely your own! Writing takes time to master and it's not something that happens over night. Look at your favorite hobby or interest; did you perfect that over night? No!… Read More

Authentic Happiness

By: [email protected] Monday September 14, 2015 0 comments Tags:

Today I want to do things a little differently. I want to talk to you about a book I've been reading. Well, it's more like a devotional book that I have been reading for months now and enjoy every minute of it. Let me introduce you to Authentic Happiness: Devotions for the Slumbering Believer by Sarah Rowan. This book was given to me by my Aunt while I was in Georgia in… Read More

What I learned in my First Year of Entreprenuership

By: [email protected] Monday September 7, 2015 0 comments Tags:

September marks my one year anniversary since creating Monica Writes and starting out on my own. Since opening, my focus has shifted, my goals have changed, and my horizons has gotten BIGGER. Much BIGGER. I am now on a completely different path than what I was on when I first started. Like all entrepreneurs, we all make common mistakes like charging too little, offering every kind of service we can underneath God’s… Read More

The Importance of Reading for Professional Speakers

By: [email protected] Monday August 31, 2015 0 comments Tags:

I have heard it over and over that in order to succeed, you must read. I know what some of you are thinking, “I don’t have time to read!” I may agree with you because I feel the same way. However, reading is not only important, but it’s vital to your expertise and how you can perceive yourself towards others. Get a competitive edge. When you read what’s in your field, then… Read More

Stop Living an Unfulfilled Life

By: [email protected] Monday August 24, 2015 0 comments Tags:

Theresa Meyer was struggling. “I was really struggling with relationships in my life. It wasn’t just romantic relationships, but it was also relationships with my family and friends. My relationships at work were really affecting my life as well. I couldn’t hold a job for more than a few years before leaving frustrated and blaming someone at work. She started to notice a pattern in her behavior that was following her around… Read More

5 Reasons Toastmasters is Right for You

By: [email protected] Monday August 17, 2015 0 comments Tags:

Toastmasters is an educational organization that helps you become a better speaker and leader through their weekly meetings. Doesn’t this sound dorky? I decided to join Toastmasters as a way of networking where I live, but since September 2014, I have grown to love my Toastmasters meetings and learning a great deal about myself, how I write my speeches, and not to say “um” quite so much. Regardless if you’re going into… Read More

All You Need is a Little Bit of Faith

By: [email protected] Monday August 10, 2015 0 comments Tags:

If you’re feeling stuck or unable to move forward in life, as if you’re hitting a brick wall or looking over a chasm, then you need to meet my friend, Faith Young. Faith Young is not only a license realtor representative who is in the top 3% as a realtor with Coldwell Banker industry, but is a motivational coach, speaker, and author of “What Would Faith Do?” She started her movement when… Read More

Lessons I’ve Learned From Teaching My First Class

By: [email protected] Monday August 3, 2015 0 comments Tags:

On July 23, 2015, I taught my very first class called “Three Ways Writing a Book will Impact Your Business.” I learned some very valuable lessons on presenting and what to change to make the next class better. I want to share with you these lessons so you can be the best speaker and expert that I know you are for your unique class you're wanting to teach. You cannot practice your… Read More
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