If you, or someone you know, has ever been the victim of bullying behaviour then you will more than likely be aware that this Friday 15th March is the National Day Of Action Against Bullying and Violence.
To coincide with this event, we are excited to announce that our most recent MJL Author Sue Suchocki is launching her new book, The Emotions Behind Bullying Behaviour.
Sue offers ways to understand and approach bullying behaviour that will bring about healing and change for everyone involved and it has been really exciting helping her to bring this book to life.
If you are looking for a way to take action against bullying and violence on this National Day of Actions Against Bullying and Violence then click on the book below and grab a copy of Sue’s book right now from Amazon.
I was fortunate to be able to see Mark Bouris present recently and during his presentation he quoted Richard Branson stating that in building your business and your brand you need to seek opportunities to gain “notoriety with affection”.
Given that much of my work currently is with small business people seeking to set themselves apart from the crowd and build more meaningful relationships with their target market through storytelling and publishing, that concept really resonated with me and I understand the importance of being able to achieve that if you want a strong and profitable business.
You can imagine how excited I was then to be interviewed recently by Get Known Be Seen contributing author and journalist, Sally Eberhardt, for an article she wrote for the Redcliffe Guide.
Sally has done a remarkable job of making me sound quite affable and altruistic for which I am truly grateful, and I’m in awe of her writing talents. And photographer Ben McShea did a great job of making me look acceptable. Thanks guys. And thanks for the plug for MJL Publications.
If gaining notoriety with affection is all about lead generation and you need more leads to grow your business, where and how do you need to be seen in order to gain notoriety with affection on a larger playing field?
If you are in business and know that having a book is a great way to reach your target market but don’t have the time or the money to write a whole book on your own then listen in. You might be my 10th author for our first Business Warrior compilation project.
Click on the book below to go straight to the Business Warrior project page
It’s ADHD Awareness Month and on the weekend I was honoured to be the Master Of Ceremonies at the official book launch for Beyond The ADHD Label written by Paula Burgess and published by MJL Publications.
If you or someone you know is living with ADHD please check out this upcoming 2 Day conference hosted by Paula Burgess which has been significantly discounted in celebration of the successful launch of her book.
Randa Habelrih was given the opportunity to talk about her School MATES program on Channel 9’s Today Extra yesterday (confusing isn’t it) and her message has resonated with so many people that the video has gone viral.
Randa is doing wonderful work for children on the spectrum and her message is clear. She wants people to take awareness to a new level that practically facilitates INCLUSION for people on the spectrum and she has created a simply program called School MATES that will show people how to do that in schools.
What a week for MJL Publications with authors featuring in two separate stories in this week’s Redcliffe Herald.
First we have the article about the launch of Parenting A Child On The Spectrum featuring Leah Adams, Paula Burgess and Deborah Fay.
The launch will be held at Redcliffe Library this Saturday 30th April starting at 2.30pm followed by the lighting of the Victoria Bridge for the second time to mark the official launch and to wind up Autism Awareness Month.
Get your tickets here:
There was also an article featuring MJL Publications Author Marney Perna who is doing amazing work in the community in her role as President of the Soroptimists International Moreton North Inc. (SIMNI).
Congratulations on all the worthwhile work you do Marney. We are very proud of you.
If you would like your own copy of Parenting A Child On The Spectrum click here:
Each of the authors who have contributed to Parenting A Child On The Spectrum are doing amazing things for others in the Autism community.
Randa Habelrih made the news this week for her peer-based social inclusion program, School Mates, which aims to assist students who might feel excluded at school.
Three Sydney schools are participating in a pilot of School Mates and Randa has explained how the program would help give students with autism a sense of belonging and make them feel more settled at school.
You can read about it here:
Randa also talks about the program in our podcast on A League Of Their Own:
And finally, if you would like a copy of Parenting A Child On The Spectrum click here:
Click here to watch a sneak peak of the launch of Parenting A Child On The Spectrum in front of the Victoria Bridge in Brisbane on Saturday 2nd April.
The lighting up of the Victoria Bridge for the launch of Paren…Last night was such a wonderful experience for me and my contributing authors, with the lighting of the Victoria Bridge for the Launch of our book “Parenting on a child on the Spectrum”. I really wanted to capture the excitement in a short video for all our amazing authors, friends and family that couldn’t be with us.