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Kylie Dunn
Writer, designer, creator
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I like to share the not so good times too xx
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Can you believe I've written 400 posts for My Year of TED?!?! This post is a discussion of milestones and whether they are worthy of celebrating.

What should you be celebrating?
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Do you want to self-publish a book? Not sure how to go about the process? Write to Launch captures the whole process, and contains advice and tips to go from an idea to having a book in the world.
Get it today and have your book published for Christmas!
http://www.dinkylune.com/writetolaunch
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The latest in my self-publishing blog series.
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I've never blogged about the fact My Year of TED is an ESL activity in a National Geographic/Cengage TED series - odd that no one ever thought to ask why they were in my featured in list either
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If you don't know what My Year of TED was, and want a very broad overview of the main lessons from each activity
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Note to self: self-publishing requires at least a month lead time to allow for the minor breakdowns when things are not going at all to plan!
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The book launch is imminent! Want to help me pick a book cover?
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On Thursday I will be starting my first 30 day activity in a couple of years. I decided to do this because I will be spending so much time in the next month asking other to help and support me in getting my book published and promoted. So, I decided I needed a bit of focus and encouragement along the way - and nothing beats a TED inspired 30 day activity for focus and encouragement.
Enjoy!
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Last year I spoke with +Dave Logan, he gave one of my favourite TED Talks on Tribal Leadership. I've just published an article based on that conversation, which helped me understand the major problem with how organisations "work". If you're sitting in an office today, surrounded by stage three thinking, you might enjoy the insights from Dave.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kylie-dunn/why-society-is-addicted-t_b_7477906.html
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