I'm a writer and blogger at The Pink Briefcase, where we help women entrepreneurs and business leaders achieve their dreams and be successful whether their a mommy-preneuer or a CEO of a Fortune 500. I believe a woman shouldn't have to act or dress like a man in order to get paid like one.
Values Based Goal Setting is about identifying one's core values and applying those to our goals. The reason we don't achieve our goals is because SMART Goals were designed for business and making widgets, not for life choices or designing one's perfect life. This book will help people understand the connection between their core values and what it is they say they want to achieve. Many times they're in conflict with each other.
Target audience is primarily female, due to branding at The Pink Briefcase, however anyone seeking to improve their business position, their success rates, their entrepreneurship, etc., would benefit from this book. Anyone who wants to set goals that are actually in alignment with their true, authentic selves would benefit.
Book cover type
Kindle Direct Publishing
What colors do you want to see in your design?
My first focus is on the ebook cover, but I do want to launch the ebook and the paperback at the same time. I'm looking for something that is optimized for the thumbnail size of Amazon with my main book title in the largest font. I like clean fonts, because i think they look more professional and are easier to read on the screen. My signature color is pink, but I'm not sure how that will translate. I like the style of Gundi Gabrielle's books on Amazon, you can search her Influencer Fast Track series for the samples I'm talking about. I also have a mock up I will upload that is just something i was playing around with. But I am deferring to the designers here for some great ideas. I'm open to something softer with art work that reflects achieving one's dreams, or ultimate goals. At the end of the day, I really want the cover to be one that pop's on Amazon, and doesn't get lost with all the other e-books. But I also NEED it to reflect my style and the style of the Pink Briefcase if possible. There will be more books in this series. You can visit my blog at thepinkbriefcase.com for a feel for who I am and what my style is like. This is book one in the series, and I already have two more ready to go once this one launches.
What to avoid
Not a fan of the browns, or tans. stock imagery is fine as long as it supports the values based goal idea. Getting someone to their goals. Fancy fonts are also ick. I need it to pop on Amazon.