Wendy Keller is an award-winning former journalist, a respected literary agent, an author, speaker and acclaimed book marketing consultant. She got her first job as a newspaper reporter as a 16 year old college freshman. Since then, Wendy worked for PR Newswire; the Knight-Ridder newspaper chain; as managing editor of Dateline magazine. She founded what is now Keller Media, Inc. in 1989. She has sold an astonishing 1,200 rights deals worldwide, including 16 New York Times best sellers and 9 international best sellers.
Wendy is obsessively focused on lists – and she also blocks out all distractions. ONWARD!
Focus every morning on detachment, service, and love – Wendy starts every day with meditation.
Wendy was dealt the worst personal tragedy imaginable – and Wendy tells the whole story here.
"Humility is so important – be teachable."
"Nobody gives a [bleep] what you want to write about – they are only interested in what interests them."
I would have had hired a fulltime, live-in nanny (especially if you're a single mom) – don't live with constant mother guilt.
Respect and pay attention to your employees – trust them and allow them to grow.
An individual would be equipped to succeed – and you have to work with them to get them there.
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