It is Very Hard to Place a Loved one in Hospice Care

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Another shocking announcement! ( That got your attention!) “Signs of Hope: Ways to Survive in an Unfriendly World, ” is now out in eBook form. I You can acquire it at all the eBook outlets. It is only $4.99 compared to $19.99 in the bookstores. Help it climb the best selling list. You can even order it right from this site by clicking on the Amazon icon on the right.


I have a podcast here that I did with John Kremer, the marketing guru. He invited me to share unusual places to sell books. Take a listen and hit those streets running:


The interview I had with John Kremer above was a rare opportunity for me to market my book.

I get John’s weekly newsletter, and in one of them he asked people who have some rare topic to talk about to send him an outline of what you might talk about in an interview with him on a podcast.

I decided to take a shot at it, and sent an outline of how I could share many unusual places to sell your books. John was all over it.  He really like the topic.

This was one of those things that a person might ask me at the end of one of my keynote speaking engagements. “How did you get this great opportunity?” The answer would two words…”I asked.”

If you don’t push your platform, and try to spread your brand you will be dead in the water.

Don’t ever be shy. I will be telling you on Friday how I got a very famous person to do the foreword for my book, “Signs of Hope: Ways to Survive in an Unfriendly World.” It was unorthodox, and on the edge of being rude.


Thoughts just for you….

I went through a very stressful day today. I had to place my mother on Hospice care. The pain and frustration felt when doing this left me in a state of exhaustion, and sadness.

But when I met with the team of Hospice care givers, and they told me what they can do for my mom in her end times, I gained much comfort in that she will be cared for in a very professional way, and her life will have some dignity through the end.

I am sure some of you have or will be going through similar situations.

One thing that helped me through the whole process was knowing that god was there with me. I knew that he loves my mother as much as I do, and will make her final days be as calm, and comfortable as possible.


You are never alone.

You are never forsaken.

You are never unloved.

And above all…never, ever, give up!