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5 Books That Helped Me Attract More Abundance

5 Books That Helped Me Attract More Abundance by Jill CelesteIn this week’s marketing strategy, I want to share with you five books that helped me attract more abundance.

What does that mean?

It means that when I implemented lessons from each book, I attracted more money, or got a client, or added to my bottom line.

There are a lot of books out there that promise you wealth and riches, but does the advice actually help?

For me, these five books helped. And one of these books has nothing to do with money!

Of course, I can’t promise you’ll have the same results, but I bet you’ll learn a nugget or two from each book.

Ready to learn more about these amazing books that helped my abundance? Let’s get to it.

 (Disclaimer: I am providing Amazon affiliate links to each book. If you purchase through my link, I will get a commission from Amazon.)

#1: The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity by Edwene Gaines

The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity by Edwene GainesSummary: In this book, Edwene Gaines teaches you the four spiritual laws of prosperity: tithing, goal setting, forgiveness, and divine purpose. She explains how each law works, why you need to implement them, and how it’s helped others (including herself). This book will test your Resistance, which is a signal that you should do what she’s recommending.

Why It Worked For Me: At the time of writing this blog post, I had just finished this book. I implemented one thing from the goal-setting law (Chapter 4), and it resulted in my attracting 10 clients to my book club. In this goal-setting chapter, she shares her manifestation formula, and the specific advice about “what do you need to change” was a game changer. Continue reading

3 Books To Help You Get Your Business Mojo Back

3 Books To Help You Get Your Business Mojo Back by Jill CelesteHave you ever (temporarily) lost your business mojo? You know – when you aren’t feeling motivated to do anything for your business – perhaps even asking “why bother?”

It happens to all entrepreneurs. It’s a mindset block, which means it can be busted.

To combat this mindset block, you may work on getting reacquainted with your mission, or read your customer testimonials, or even take a few days off to recalibrate.

(All excellent ways to shift a mindset!)

If you’re like me, you may also reach for a book. Books are wonderful mindset boosters because they motivate while offering practical steps to help you.

In this week’s blog post, I will share three books that will help you get your business mojo back. These are books that have helped me so much, and I think they’ll help you too.

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I’m a lifelong learner and a book worm. You too?

Books are an amazing way to jumpstart your mindset and marketing. Let’s face it: The entrepreneurial journey has many potholes, detours, and full stops. These can be discouraging! Thankfully, there are many books out there to help you navigate through.

I’ve compiled a list of three books that will help you get your business mojo back. Depending on your rut, reading one book may do the trick. If you’re feeling really down and out, then please read all three.

(Disclaimer: I am providing Amazon affiliate links to each book. If you purchase through my link, I will get a commission from Amazon.) Continue reading

My Top 6 Non-Fiction Reads of 2018

Like many of you, I am an avid reader. I split my time between fiction and non-fiction books – loving both equally – and I thought it may be fun to share which non-fiction books I enjoyed this year.

I hope my list inspires you to think about your favorite non-fiction books – and maybe add to your reading wish list!

Please note: The book links below are my Amazon affiliate links. If you purchase from this link, I will get a small commission.

My Top 6 Non-Fiction Reads of 2018 by Jill Celeste

#1: Law of Attraction: The Science of Attracting More of What You Want and Less of What You Don’t by Michael Losier

Law of Attraction: The Science of Attracting More of What You Want and Less of What You Don’t by Michael LosierSummary: Law of Attraction by Michael Losier is my favorite Law of Attraction book. Losier does an excellent job breaking down the principles of Law of Attraction. As he explains, though, he appreciates that his reader may be skeptical. As a result, his explanations cater to the skeptics, incorporating different elements of proof that Law of Attraction works.

The book also has thought-provoking exercises to help you work through the Law of Attraction principles (you can write in the book, or you can download worksheets from Losier’s website).

My big takeaway: The Book of Proof! If you’re like me, you forget how abundant you are – and how the Universe is always delivering abundance to you. Losier teaches you how The Book of Proof helps you keep track of your abundance. It’s amazing and has changed my life (and improved my abundance tremendously). Continue reading

Your Book As A Lead Magnet

Books are so magical! When you write a book as a Lightworker or purpose-driven entrepreneur, you are sharing your expertise with the world. And being an author lends so much credibility to your brand. When I tell people that I wrote an Amazon Top 25 Marketing Bestselling book called That First Client, I immediately captivate their interest.

Books rock!

When I wrote That First Client, I didn’t write it for royalties. True, I wanted the bestseller status (again, a huge credibility factor), but I wanted my book to be a way to attract more people to my tribe.

Your book as a lead magnet. Jill Celeste, www.JillCeleste.com

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Marketing Your Expertise Through Book Reviews

Marketing Your Expertise Through Book ReviewsDo you read books to help you learn more about your niche or industry?

If you do, you can take advantage of your love of reading and implement a powerful content marketing strategy through book reviews.

Book reviews are an effective way to show your expertise, build relationships with your ideal clients and influencers, and extend your brand to an even greater audience.

How to write a book review

Your book review doesn’t need to resemble one from The New York Times. You can keep your book review to blog post length (500 words or so). To help you get started, here’s a formula you can follow: Continue reading