Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live. In today’s article I am going to introduce the video presentation of the article How I Created my First e Book — Using Different Principles. In this video presentation I am going to share 4 principles that helped to write my 1st and then my 2nd e Book. I published my 1st e Book on January 6 (with a selection of video presentations) and the 2nd on January 12 (with a selection of articles). The 4 principles can be applied to working on and completing any project or goal that you may want to accomplish in your life. As you listen to this video presentation, may you be encouraged to start a new season in your life. May you be encouraged to begin a new project or work toward accomplishing a goal.
Below is an excerpt from the written article:
“Several years ago my best friend helped me begin a project of putting together an e Book. We worked on the project and then hit some impasses with his ability to continue to help me. Consequently, the project stayed on the proverbial “shelf”. About a month ago during a conversation with another friend, she encouraged me to put together a book; as she suggested that organizations are interested, as a book is often a per-requisite to them asking you to speak at conferences. So I decided to go one step further and create 2 e Books: one a video presentations e Book and the other, an article e Book. So, I spoke with my friend about continuing with the project of the e Book that we began in 2011.
As we spoke about continuing with the project, he encouraged me to learn how to create an e Book myself.
His suggestion seemed daunting and overwhelming to me, given what we had worked on together. Nevertheless, I started on the journey of discovering how to create an e Book. Fist of all, I needed to decide on which program to use to create the e Book. I do not have Microsoft Office, nor can I afford to obtain a copy of Microsoft Office. My friend suggested that I use either Open Office or Libre Office, as both are open source productivity suites. Open source means that you do not have to pay to use them. Both Open Office and Libre Office offer similar capabilities — from what I understand — that Microsoft Office offers. So, what I did, after doing some research: I made the decision to use Open Office Writer, which is part of the Open Office Suite, to write my e Book.”
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