home > paid book/ebook
Impact: How to Get Noticed, Motivate Millions, and Make a Difference in a Noisy World
How can one ordinary person make a difference in this noisy world?
Some people spread a simple message that is so compelling that their voice is not solo for long. People rally around their message and spread it like wildfire.
Impact reveals the key strategies used by some of the most influential people in the world. These people create measurable and undeniable impact on millions of people. The stories of these people and ordinary people alike, illustrate vital strategies that enable you to create your own legacy.
How does one person touch millions of lives and have an impact on the way people think and act? Many people dream of having that kind of effect on others' lives, but few know how to accomplish it.
If you want to make a real difference in peoples' lives:
* Your ideas, products, and services must be noticed.
* The news must be spread quickly.
* Your projects must be sustainable over time.
Impact will delve into stories of ordinary people who have left their marks on the world. You will discover very select and simple actions you can begin implementing today to ensure impact on a massive level. You'll learn how to:
* Get noticed in a world that doesn't want to listen to you.
* Find your audience and make them your advocates.
* Motivate millions to action.
A lot of great info in a little book...
- May 13, 2008
I was surprised there was so much info put into this book, but it's still easy to follow and understand. I also like the step-by-step info, lists and bullet points, making it easier and more helpful than just a long narrative. Ken does come across like the nice guy a bunch of people say he is, with quite an interesting story, but it's so not just about him and what he did (unlike some books I've read).
Before the book, I thought a lot of the stuff would just be common sense, but I was wrong. It amazed me that some aspects I once thought were the easy parts or not that big of a deal, actually are (even like picking a product name - easy, but a lot of small important considerations that really matter.)
It also helped me see that done the right way, it can be easier than I thought to get my message out there and be heard, and that I knew even more people than I originally thought that could help me.
I knew there'd be info about joint ventures and product... read more
A Summary of Online Marketing Tactics
By Moonstone Star White
- June 17, 2008
The promise of this book was to help anyone to make an impact in an already crowded marketplace. The author is sincere and writes in a warm and friendly manner. The direction of the book is almost exclusively toward online marketing.
Having studied online marketing through email subscriptions and paid mentoring, I found little in this book that I was not already familiar with. There is a lot of attention paid to joint venture partnering, but it seems geared toward those who are already fairly successful marketers. Making the leap from newcomer to one who might seriously be considered by these top-level marketers is one that I thought should have been given more attention, given the purpose of the book. Many names were mentioned of people the author has partnered with that I do not believe would be accessible to most marketers.
I liked his advice to keep marketing concepts simple, but again, that is not new. The book contains some good inspriational stories... read more
What Kind of Book Am I?
By bronx book nerd
- August 22, 2008
Although this book has a lot of helpful and interesting information, it suffers from a key problem - it doesn't know what kind of book it is. By that I mean that author Ken McArthur seems as if he was at times penning a self-help book, then a very technical how-to book, or was it a how to make a lot of money book, or maybe it was a book warning about the perils of selling an online product, or maybe it was about the difficulties of making a lot of money - wait no, it's an inspirational/motivational book. All these areas are covered to some extent, and give the book a kind of haphazard feel. When you get to an interesting section, it's like driving on an otherwise mediocre scenic tour and suddenly coming upon a really beautiful site.
The book is also at times a frustrating read because McArthur covers important topics on a general level, leaving the reader thirsting for a very specific example. Take online products. Please provide a specific, detailed example. He gets... read more
$3.87 - $24.95
The book that puts online sellers in touch with Yahoo!’s 237 million usersYahoo! is the third most active shopping site on the Internet and this hands-on guide makes it easy ...
$0.01 - $23.00
How to get elected--and live to tell the taleBill Rauch has lived an unusual political life: a decade as press secretary, advance man, and confidant to New York mayor Ed Koch, ...
$0.01 - $13.95
For women thirty-five and over who don't want to leave their chances to fate, relationship consultant Helena Rosenberg -- who got married in her forties -- offers a concrete program to help ...
$2.71 - $32.50
A six-step plan for driving a wedge between the competition and the customerFor sales people, convincing a potential customer to choose them over the competition is no easy task, and especially ...
How to Get your School Moving and Improving is based on over three decades of experience and research by Professor Steve Dinham and covers all aspects of teaching, learning and school leadership. It ...
With the sliding economy, you may be nervous as a first-time job seeker about finding not only employment but also job security, which can be especially difficult if you have little schooling or work ...
How to Create Your Own Fad and Make a Million Dollars
$7.99 - $12.99
How to Write What You Love and Make a Living at It
How to Sell Anything on Ebay . . .and Make a Fortune
How to Sell Anything on Amazon . . . And Make a Fortune!