info sqwY got their new book cover by running a design contest:
First in a series of 3, promoting low-regret living!
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Before It's Too Late
Director of Strategic Brilliance, Marcey Walsh is a Decision Support Specialist who trains advisors and counselors in the financial, medical, and education fields who help clients make big decisions. Originally created to help improve self-care among diabetics, her high-focus, hands on tools and techniques inject a sense of urgency into any presentation or consultation. Based on her work with over 40,000 teens, Marcey's techniques are valued for being personally engaging and visually impactful.
FIRST IN A SERIES OF THREE: Professionals who help people make healthy and profitable long-term decisions can't get people to do what they need to do! This engaging,interactive book makes it easy to see that, although life is very, very long, our windows of opportunity are very short and must be taken advantage of NOW! Using neuro-keys, learn to quickly engage clients, creating a sense of urgency that gets them to WANT to do what they need to do, before it's too late. (These are the secrets to low-regret living that successful people already know!) I am thinking across all three books...so here are some thoughts: this series of three follow a process...this first book involves starting something now 'Before It's Too Late'.... the second will be 'As Long as It Takes'...behavior change over time (not giving up) and the third on (working title) 'Course Corrections as We Go' - on flexibility on the journey ... I assume colors will differentiate the three, but, can you tell how your graphic (or another) might be adaptable for all three to show that progression? Thanks!
Influencers like diabetes educators, financial professionals, educators, and drop-out prevention counselors who help clients make big, big decisions. Most are professionals, both men and women, ages 40-65, global, who struggle to get clients to make good decisions in health, finance, career and relationships.
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The green in the second author photo is my signature color as a speaker. I assume that, as I go, each of the three books in this series will use a different color element, but just wanted to mention it here.
It all began with a design brief.
A quick, interactive guide helped them understand their design style and captured exactly what they needed in their book cover.
Designers across the globe delivered design magic.
info sqwY collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
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And then… they selected a winner!
Rahul, was persistent in making as many changes as needed to get to the final design. Even after the contest was over, he made several adjustments to get to the final design. Great work, fast, will use again.
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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