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BSU-127 How to Create a Book Marketing Plan (Especially If You’re Not a Marketer), By Sandra Beckwith
A recent article in the Wall Street Journal applied baseball wisdom to everyday life. Here are two examples from baseball hall of famers. Rogers Hornsby said, “Know what you want and don’t get distracted chasing anything else.” When Cal Ripkin Jr. was asked how he would like to be remembered he said, “As a professional baseball player who went out every day to work and performed to the best of my ability in a fully professional manner.” How would you like to be remembered?
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