Screenshot preview of the INDD Cover FilePromoting myself, vulnerable new territory

It’s an interesting journey to promote my own project when I have spent years, decades even, promoting others.  I must admit it’s a whole lot easier to promote another author, speaker, world leader, non profit organization or issue.  It feels very vulnerable to put “my baby” out into cyberspace and ask for support… But here it is, here I go and I sure hope people step up and say YES, I would love to see more children feel loved.  I would love to help get your wonderful book into print.  So, I leap off the cliff and pray you will catch me … wheeeee (and I remember, I am never promoting a person, or myself for that matter, but communicating WHAT matters … in this case, that we help all children feel loved!)

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About barbara webber

Retired public relations consultant for world leaders, experts and non profit organizations, now teaching spirituality and metaphysics, conducting workshops/seminars, personal sessions to help people seeking spiritual enrichment in their life. Loves children, theater, dogs, gardening, spending time with loved ones, helping empower people to create their happiest, healthiest life.
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