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1. Do you have to suffer to get published? YES - and you'll get to like it!
Do you have to suffer to get published? YES - and you'll get to like it!
A coaching approach to those who have spent months and years writing that manuscript, have sent it, have waited... and have been given the cold shoulder. Read about Tom's own experiences and insights. Discover tools and tips that show you how to deal with rejection, what action to take and - as ...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 03:54:20
2. Tom Gamble
Tom Gamble
Tom Gamble is British, lives and works in France and has 5 passions in life: 1.WORKING FOR THE WORD: From poetry and lyrics at the age of 16 to novels, translating, editing and corporate copy at the age of - well, a little bit older than 16 actually! His 2011 prize-winning Amazir is now in re-ed...
Culture & Society - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 23:32:36
3. The story of The Kingdom of Emptiness - or How to cross the desert and beat the publishing crisis
The story of The Kingdom of Emptiness - or How to cross the desert and beat the publishing crisis
The Kingdom of Emptiness is a new novel. The story to get it published is in itself a saga straight from the Sahara! Tom Gamble takes a long, hard look at the opportunities for authors and budding writers today, and in the light of his own perilous journey focuses on risk, the inner voice, triump...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 03:55:19
4. The Alchemy behind Getting Published
The Alchemy behind Getting Published
So you have a dream - to get published. And you have ambition - you've put hours of candle-light and ink (well, LED lamp and laptop) into your pages. And you really want, since the age of sixteen when your poem won place of honour in the school magazine, to put your mark on humanity by having tha...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 03:54:20
Tom Gamble explores the origins of an idea and the title you give it, talks about the weird and wonderful path his new novel Strange Roads has taken, and finally sets you a little challenge at the end! All of us, almost every day, are presented with at least one idea for a (bestselling) book. We...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 23:51:27
6. Courage-based management and leadership
From great leaders and high-potential managers to team members and assistants, courage is an essential quality. Encouraged by countless films and stories, courage traditionally brings to mind images of heroism and sacrifice, high risk and grim determination. It may be so, but difficult to produce...
How-To & Education - Sat, 09 Jul 2011 14:48:38
7. Building trust into managing and leading
Trust can create results much stronger and more binding than those of power, control and complex systems of rules and procedures. It gives an insight into the human side of the leader, fosters rapport and ultimately leads to positive drivers such as motivation, loyalty, empowerment, responsibilit...
How-To & Education - Sat, 09 Jul 2011 14:44:48
8. The Two Most Difficult Things in Life
So let's begin with the beginning! The two most difficult things in life are: 1.Writing a book 2.Succeeding your couple. Let's cast aside No.2. And indeed, there may be a paradox here. Dedicating your time and dream to writing a book may actually lead to the second item ending in disaster! A wr...
books-poetry-writing - Tue, 08 Jul 2014 12:21:35
9. How to put vision into your leadership
Vision is one of those moments in which leadership really has a chance to shine. Faced with survival, hardship, breakthrough, challenge or change so common to today's business environments, teams and organisations need the inspiration and belief to lift them up from the ground and set them toward...
culture-and-society - Wed, 26 Feb 2014 17:41:19

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