Todays Guest Dr. Regina Williams
Kimberly is a Business & Life coach, corporate leader and is a devoted christian. Every effort she makes for her clients and every dream she holds for herself stem from heart warming faith and an unshakeable belief. For fifteen years, she has worked as a life coach and is certified by the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) and the International Coach Federation (IFC). A specialized part of her practice is one-on-one sessions that provide intimate and meaningful assistance. With her help, corporate leaders, women, and couples have transitioned into triumphant lives. As a gifted public speaker and workshop facilitator, Kimberly leads groups focused on addiction, weight loss, personal goals, love and relationships, illness and grief. She has presented at women's empowerment, women's leadership, and spiritual life coaching seminars for New Life and other organizations.
Life Coach Kimberly will be sharing tips on how you can begin to enjoy life on purpose no matter the situation. She is bringing everyday people with everyday experiences to everyday radio. Find out more about Kimberly at EnjoyingLifeCoaching.com
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In the world of writing it is important to keep perspective. I think being grounded will take you further. I think politeness and a smile probably goes a long way as well.
If you cannot write for the love of it- the service it provides others and not the end goal of money and the number of published works- I truly don’t know why anyone would write. It is a painstaking task to sell books, to get your work out there and to keep going. It isn’t the number of book sales or money that makes me write- it is simple for me- Does it help anyone? Does it make me happy? Does it make me smile?
If my words do not help anyone- I get no fulfillment from it.As a writer trying to publish, the most important lesson I learned is to be humble and graceful- everyone has a story that is equally as important as yours- you are not necessarily going to be applauded- and that is fine- do it for you.
No one owes you anything- perspective in life is important. Once you lose perspective you become aggressive and angry. This will not attract buyers or publishers. I mean would you buy a book from a growling person who does not see the value in words themselves. Words are magical powerful entities that can change and alter life. They can give hope, understanding, and compassion. They can alter destiny- think of Martin Luther King’s I have a dream speech, it is the words that linger long after into history- into the hearts of many and ring true with hope to this day. To me, if you call yourself a writer, to have your words remembered like this and to know that people may have felt them is a reward far greater than money or a positive review- your service is your review.