i am pleased to share with you my free ebook From Apps to Zen: 26+ Ideas for Building a Business with Balance.
Packed full of what I hope is useful advice on how you can build a balanced business, the 26+ ideas, strategies and people in this book are ones that have changed the way I do business and have enabled me, most of the time, to achieve a more balanced working life.
feedback for the book …
“I just read your ebook and loved it.. and sent it off to my friends and clients. I just wanted to say thank you. I think it’s the best ebook I’ve seen all year.. great stuff.” Mark Armstrong, M2, UK
“Sinead, I also wanted to tell you that I love your blog, the Apps to Zen e-book, and all of the work you’re doing while promoting a healthy and balanced lifestyle- in the digital age- I think it’s really important.” Bethany Betzler, Idea Engineering Agency and Detroit Creative Corridor Center
“I have read your e-book and I am impressed! It is well written, to the point, helpful and gentle. I will recommend it to my friends. And I will re-read it and use some of your links, books and tips. Thank you for this valuable gift“. Fred Teunissen, Fred Teunissen Productions, Amsterdam
“We just read it. Wow it was awesome! Just told the whole team to read it.” Guestaurant.com
“Awesome! Really nice job.” Mark McGuinness, Wishful Thinking, UK
“Just read it cover to cover and am marking off my next 30 free days (takes me to Feb/March) to spend one day on a page following up leads/buying books etc to work slowly through it. Awesome and soooo helpful.” Jo Verrent, ADA Inc.
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[Postscript: Gwen Bell (G in the ebook) went 'blank slate' in February 2011. That means she joined other bloggers and digital workers in deleting her digital content. Thus her Social Media Meditations download is no longer available but here they are (copied from my printed hard copy!):
1.Whatʼs my purpose for being online right now?
2.Am I using the social web to disengage from an argument or uncomfortable conversation?
3.During designated family/date time am I sneaking glances at my device?
4.Do I frame events in my life with the statement: “thisʼll make a great blog post”?
5. How many browser windows do I have open right now?
6. Am I neglecting something at this moment by reading a post/updating my status?
7. How often am I performing vanity searches on myself?
8. Am I telling in-person folks to “hold on” while I take a call/text?
9. How is the internet serving me in this moment?
10. Is it time for a phone/internet/consumption break?]