Author, coach, blogger at KimanziConstable.com
Kimanzi Constable is a former bread delivery guy who self-published two books that have sold more than 82,000 copies. He is a published author, international speaker, life and business coach.
His mission is to help men and women live life by their own design and create true freedom in life. Join him at KimanziConstable.com
Starting a Business
Stop waiting for inspiration, approval or enough of whatever to begin the life and business you dream of.
Consultants and Advisors
Whether you seek help with publishing, public speaking, marketing or finances, the most renowned consultants are available to help.
Free books that aren't and gaming the best seller lists are deadend paths for entrepreneurs intent on making a living as authors.
It requires courage to choose the entrepreneurial path, and more courage is needed to see how far it leads.
Starting a Business
The potential to make a comfortable living online, without a physical storefront or product, is increasingly possible for those willing to carve out a niche.
Being honest with yourself about the type of entrepreneur you are and want to be can be instrumental in determining how to grow your business.
Starting and growing a business teaches perseverance, resilience and stamina, to name a few.
Relying solely on social media is a slow and increasingly expensive way to grow your business. Accelerate the process by getting your message in front of larger audiences.
Writing is a practice with powerful benefits, personally and professionally, if you don't confuse it with cranking out content.
Asking for help
Asking a successful person you don't know for advice will often leave you without advice or the chance of building a relationship.
Overcoming what is holding you back requires first admitting that something is holding you back.
It's always a mystery why particular content catches fire but you can make it much likelier.
Building Your Online Presence
The real competition online is for notice, credibility and respect. Achieve that and sales will follow.
Learning From Mistakes
Nobody gets everything right the first time around but some lessons should only need to be given once.