Finding a Need….

As I ponder marketing myself, my practice and my new book, I see that there is true wisdom in “filling a niche” marketing. I think my new book is entertaining and inspiring, invoking laughter and tears and reaching animal lovers and people who have overcome great obstacles. I have an opportunity to pitch it to agents in NYC this week.

When I look at the attached “tongue in cheek” photo that I found on Facebook, I lol (laugh out loud). These young entrepreneurs have exploited a very special niche. I haven’t found an audience with quite the drive that these young ladies have, but it would like to think that my book can meet a need for every animal lover and anyone who has overcome Traumatic Brain Injury or any huge roadblock to their future. 🙂 I will keep you posted about the new book!

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Dogs do get jealous and it could help us understand jealousy in humans

Animal news is always so interesting!

The Paw Report

Dogs do get jealous, say scientists, and it could help us understand jealousy in humans
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/dogs-do-get-jealous-say-scientists-and-it-could-help-us-understand-jealousy-in-humans-9624274.html

Posted from the blog of Dr Greg Shaw the World’s Best Blog about Animals, Music , and the Cool Things In Between….

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