I believe T. Thorn Coyle recommended a book called Firefly Magic, which I just got to in my To Be Read Pile. I could have started it sooner but I doubted I would have gotten as much out of it earlier in my healing process. Spoiler Alert: I was right.

It’s marketing for highly sensitive people, which so many writers are. I follow Mark Silver from Heart of Business on Facebook and get his newsletter and I thought I understood some things about heart-centered marketing, but Lauren Sapala, the author, asks poses different questions, asking me much more directly to look at myself and not to just “sit with” what I needed. I love Mark to death and I highly recommend signing up for his newsletter (it’s free) if you have a service to provide. I find that just sitting with is a huge help to me, but I think Lauren’s book showed I could have gone even deeper.

However, because Lauren asked different questions, I had a slightly different perspective on things to “sit with”. Not just what would work best for me in marketing, but also helping me refine the response of why that type of marketing might work.

I find that I have to stop and just ponder some of the issues she brings up as I read.

If you have your own business, I think this book and Heart of Business are totally worth looking into. If you’re a reader, particularly if you’re an INFJ in the Enneagram, check out Lauren’s books (she has one for non-writers, too). Also, you might want to check out Thorn’s books, particularly if you like witchy urban fantasy.

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