Guest Monica Carter Tagore

Guest Blogger Monica Carter Tagore

Author and Motivational speaker

Meet Monica Carter Tagore on  her April 2008 Virtual Book Tour
Monica will be the guest blogger for the week of April 6-12, 2008

Please visit this post often to read the inspiring messages left by author and motivational speaker Monica Carter Tagore. Join us in celebrating the release of her new book, Zoom Power: Your Key to Hitting Your Personal, Business and Financial Targets.
 Monica Carter Tagore is a successful business owner and award-winning author, who reveals her key to achievement, in her book Zoom Power: Your Key to Hitting Your Personal, Business and Financial Targets. She also packs the book with insights and advice from high achievers who are at the top of their field, including award-winning filmmaker and author William Joyce, bestselling author Judy Pace Christie, internationally known speaker Les Brown, self-made millionaire philanthropist Dr. Deavra Daughtry, and more.
Author and speaker Monica Carter Tagore

This is a book for people who are tired of doing what they’ve always done and getting what they’ve always got. It’s for people who are ready to make real personal, professional and financial changes in their lives. It’s for people who want 2008 to be their best year yet. Check out Zoom Power: Your Key to Hitting Your Personal, Business and Financial Targets.

Read her daily blogs below and please share your opinions, comments, and questions too!

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Author Monica Carter Tagore eTour Begins

Meet Monica Carter Tagore on  her April 2008 Virtual Book Tour

Monica will be the guest blogger for the Literary Divas
April 6-12, 2008 all week

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Author and speaker Monica Carter Tagore

 

Monica Carter Tagore is a successful business owner and award-winning author, who reveals her key to achievement, in her book Zoom Power: Your Key to Hitting Your Personal, Business and Financial Targets. She also packs the book with insights and advice from high achievers who are at the top of their field, including award-winning filmmaker and author
William Joyce, bestselling author Judy Pace Christie, internationally known speaker Les Brown, self-made millionaire philanthropist Dr. Deavra Daughtry, and more.

This is a book for people who are tired of doing what they’ve always done and getting what they’ve always got. It’s for people who are ready to make real personal, professional and financial changes in their lives. It’s for people who want 2008 to be their best year yet. Check out Zoom Power: Your Key to Hitting Your Personal, Business and Financial Targets.

Read more about the beautiful and talented Monica Carter Tagore

 

 

Monica Carter Guest Blogger

Savvy Sister Blog—April 6-12, 2008 all week
http://thesavvysister.blogspot.com

Literary Divas Blog—April 6-12, 2008 all week
http://edc1creations.squarespace.com/edc-literary-divas

Shelia Goss Blog—April 13-19, 2008 all week
http://sheliagoss.com/blog

Bookclub Chat (4 groups)—Friday, April 18, 2008; 8pm-8:30pm EST
Interview by Cyrus Web of Conversations Bookclub
www.blogtalkradio.com/Black-Author-Network
Authors dial-in number: (646) 200-0402

SLS Bookclub Center featured author—all month
Featured author for April
http://slsbookclubcenter.ning.com

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Monica as Radio Show Guest

Literary Pizzazz Radio Show– Saturday, April 5, 2008; 8:00am CST
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/literarypizzazz
Call-in Number: (646) 478-5460

Sunday Best/Urban Lit. Review—Sunday, April 6, 2008; 3:00pm EST
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/urbanliteraryreview
Call-in Number: (347) 215-8932

Virtual Booksigning at BAN,Wednesday, April 9, 2008; 8-10pm EST
www.blogtalkradio.com/Black-Author-Network
Authors dial-in number: (646) 200-0402

The Renee Bobb Show—Tuesday, April 8, 2008; 9pm-9:30pm EST
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/TheReneeBobbShow
Call-in Number: (347) 838-8061

Worth More Than Rubies—Friday, April 11, 2008; 11am CST
http://www.avirtuouswoman-31.org/home.html
Call-in Number: 1-800-372-6408

Fresh Hope Talk Show—Monday, April 14, 2008; 10:30am CST
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dtylerbrown
Call-in Number: (347) 324-5659

Intimate Conversations with Sankofa Literary Society
Wednesday, April 16, 2008 and Wednesday, April 23, 2008
Daily 11:30 AM-12noon EST for SLS Literary Power Review
Call in to show: (724) 444-7444
Talkcast ID: 41756#

Monica Carter Tagore e-Tour Showcase
BAN Website: http://www.edc-creations.com/banhome.html

DO YOU! Seminar at Black Authors Network Radio
Wednesday, April 30, 2008 at 8:30-8:45 pm EST
Discussing staying focused on your dreams; how to set SMART goals
www.blogtalkradio.com/Black-Author-Network
Authors dial-in number: (646) 200-0402

 

 

Monica Carter Tagore: ‘Hope’ Press Release

Knowledge Wealth Series
P. O. Box 52482, Shreveport, LA 71135; (318) 364-8413

Contact: A. Tagore
(318) 364-8413
a@knowledgewealthseries.com

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

‘Hope’, ‘change’ have impact beyond presidential stump speeches
Author gives strategies for Americans to deal with their own personal woes

SHREVEPORT, LA – “Hope” and “change” dominate the campaign trail these days, as candidates debate whether the words are about substance or just show, but these are actually two important words that are essential for this country’s growth as well as the growth of individuals and families, said author Monica Carter Tagore.

 “‘Hope’ and ‘change’ may be bandied about quite a bit thanks to this campaign season, but these words are actually key to any progress we are to make – whether on a national or global level, or on an individual level,” said Tagore, newspaper columnist and author of Zoom Power: Your Key to Hitting Your Personal, Business and Financial Targets. “And right now, a lot of people desperately need hope, if their lives are to see any real change.”
 Tagore points to a worsening of family finances, rising foreclosure rate and a high divorce rate as social elements that can be affected to some degree by hope. “If more people had hope, we’d not be in the state we are.”

Many people give up on their circumstances because they see no possibility they can become better. Hope, though, Tagore said, inspires people to find ways to change their own circumstances, rather than wait for others to do it.

“Many of these people suffer more than necessary because they truly do not have any hope that things will get better. But when we can help them see the possibilities of change, then we can inspire them to make strides to create those changes. Those strides can include seeking better jobs, completing their education, launching businesses – anything to change the status quo.”

  Presidential candidate Barack Obama has given new prominence to the words “hope” and “change,” and has inspired millions of people across the country to participate in the political process, some for the first time. “Obama has touched on something that is essential to the progress of the human condition, and that is ‘hope.'”

 Many skeptics discount the importance of hope, or decry its efficacy beyond a first blush of optimism, but Tagore said those who discount hope miss the point. “Hope isn’t about an unreasoned, naïve guess that things could somehow be different,” she said. “Instead, hope is about seeing the possibility of an opportunity – and then moving to take the opportunity.”

 It is the taking of the opportunity that creates the change, Tagore said. “Hope is our first glimpse that things can be different. Change is the manifestation of our belief. What happens between hope and change is our action, and that is essential.”

 Tagore helps people turn hopes into goals and goals into plans, in her book, Zoom Power: Your Key to Hitting Your Personal, Business and Financial Targets. She said it’s not that most people do not want a better life; it’s that they do not know how to create that better life.

 Hope is the number one ingredient to success – no matter how large or small the task. It also is the start of changing the lives of millions of Americans. “From first helping people to see hope in their situations, we can then help people educate themselves about the means they can take to make the changes they dream of making.”
 
 Tagore gives five ways individuals can take hope beyond rhetoric to make it a part of real change in their lives:

1. Examine the benefit of making the change you now see possible.
2.  Seek information to help you move toward realizing the hope-inspired goal.
3. Seek allies who can help you accomplish your goal.
4. Work on your own deficiencies – things you see as weaknesses — that stand between you and your goal.
5. Put into place a plan to use the information, allies and resources to create the change you seek.

To interview Monica Carter Tagore, call (318) 364-8413 or e-mail a@knowledgewealthseries.com.

For more information on her work or her book, visit www.knowledgewealthseries.com.

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