Get The Wealth And Fame You Deserve
By Kevin Nunley ©
What's the one thing that keeps people from achieving the wealth and
fame they probably deserve? It's so simple, yet almost nobody knows how to do
it. Without this one thing, you might achieve a little and do okay, but getting
rich and famous will be far, far out of your reach. So, what is this one crucial
ingredient for the ultimate success? Blow your own horn!
right--most people don't know how to blow their own horn. They don't know how to
QUICKLY IMPRESS you with how much they know, how helpful they can be, how much
they have achieved, how fast they can get new information, AND - most
importantly - how they can help YOU get what you want.
is absolutely crucial to becoming a well- known, trusted figure in your field.
And mark my word, once you become "famous" earning a fat paycheck is not far
behind. Doors will open. People with healthy bank accounts and wallets fat with
credit cards will practically INVENT ways to give you money. All it takes is a
deep breath and a little know-how.
So let's start promoting you. Here's
1. Write down a list of every cool thing you have ever done. Make
note of all the fun, interesting, complicated, or action- filled experiences of
your life. Try to slant your list toward experiences that could show how you can
help somebody else in your field.
For example's sake, let's say your list
Took a lifeguard
course--learned CPR and how to keep cool in emergency situations.
Worked your way up to
assistant manager at a donut shop where you were in charge of arranging work
schedules and ordering new inventory.
Spent a couple of years going
to college where you took English composition, physical science, two business
management courses, and financial accounting.
Now you read the boss's copy
of the Wall Street Journal every day, and spent last Saturday at the library
sitting in a comfy chair reading through all the latest popular business
Now let's BLOW YOUR HORN.
Granted, there are millions of people who have experience very much like yours,
but there is no reason we have to make you sound ordinary.
2. Write a
paragraph that briefly shows how your life experience qualifies you to be a big
help to someone in your field. Let's say you want to consult over-worked
managers like your boss. Your paragraph might be:
I learned how to think
clearly and act fast in crucial situations while training to be a life guard.
Later I mastered managing people and materials while working in management
and inventory control for a busy mid-sized business. That experience, in
my university training in management, analytical thinking, and concise
communication, have given me a sharp mind and a cool head. Now I stay abreast
of cutting-edge trends through industry periodicals and books by important
Wow! You sound pretty impressive,
don't you? A boss in sore need of clear thinking and new ideas (and what
manager isn't?) would welcome
having a person like you sitting in her office tossing out thoughts and ideas.
And it's all because you learned how to blow your own horn.
3. Now get
covered by media. Mass media has mass audiences. It is the instant way to
become famous. Start by doing something that gives media a reason to feature
Create something big and
Stage an event that is visual,
unusual, or downright crazy
Comment publicly on a current
Write an article for trade
publications or ezines
Write a short book and publish
it yourself, then send copies to local radio, TV, and newspapers.
4. Repeat the process
as often as you can. Keep adding your accomplishments to your "Blow Your Horn" paragraph.
When you create a new event, tell about it in a press release, including your
"Blow Your Horn" paragraph at the bottom. Send the release to local media, trade
publications, and businesses you might want to work with.
If you get
nothing else from this article, get this: Don't keep your greatness a secret.
YOU ARE GOOD AT SEVERAL THINGS. Tell the world!
|Kevin Nunley learned how
to help promote himself while working as a radio DJ (nobody blows their own horn
like a radio station). Now Kevin writes web copy, sales letters, and press
releases. See all his writing and promotion deals, plus thousands of business
tips just like this one at http://DrNunley.com Reach him at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org