Moving out of your comfort zone - VOTE NOW!!

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Hi there,

I'm coming out a book regarding moving out of your comfort zone and I'm in the process of finalizing the titles. I had 300 titles initially but have shortlisted them to 39.

I'd like to hear your invaluable comments on the title and would really appreciate if you could help me to vote for your 3 favourite titles:


Yes you can predict!
Are you in comfort zone?
The world needs your talent
Let's get out of comfort zone
Expanding your wealth zone
Do you want to be truly wealthy? If yes, it's time to get out of comfort zone!
Are you ready?
Have you found your rainbow?
Comfort zone = wealth zone
Your wealth code = out of comfort zone
Stay in your comfort zone and die!!
How to alleviate pain in life? Getting out of comfort zone is the best way to heal!
Fly your kite high
Stay out of your comfort zone and achieve the freedom you truly deserve!
Move out of your comfort zone and regain your freedom!
Are you crazy? Moving out of comfort zone?
Expanding your comfort zone
Yes you can expect!
Moving out of comfort zone to increase wealth


Light up the candle in you
Grow your own tree
You're in control, get started now!
Get free yourself!
Coming out from your comfort zone
Venture out of your comfort zone
Never let the fire die
Light up the fire in you
Who moved my comfort?
Get ready to dance out of your comfort zone!
Rebound your life!
Comfort zone not Comfort
Embrace your Destiny
Aim high, what have you to lose?
Create your rainbow
Financial freedom, can I?
Beyond comfort zone
Discover life beyond comfort zone
Comfort zone to Abundance
Thriving beyond Comfort zone


What does 'moving out of your comfort zone' means to you? Feel free to share...

Trillion thanks to you all!!!!

Cheers,
Tey
It's time to move out of your comfort zone...
#comfort #moving #vote #zone
  • Profile picture of the author ewenmack
    Hi there,

    If you can name or give some details how you take
    the reader to the end desired results, then I'm sure
    we can come up with even better headlines/titles than your list.

    And what is the end desired results you help get?

    Would you like to do that for us?

    All the best,
    Ewen
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    • Profile picture of the author btey2000
      Originally Posted by ewenmack View Post

      Hi there,

      If you can name or give some details how you take
      the reader to the end desired results, then I'm sure
      we can come up with even better headlines/titles than your list.

      And what is the end desired results you help get?

      Would you like to do that for us?

      All the best,
      Ewen
      Hi Ewen,

      My intention is to help the readers to move out of their comfort zone, regardless of wealth creation, relationship, health or even to our mother Earth. You see, there are so many talented people around the world, but how many really use their talent wisely? Very few, why?

      The reason is because they do not move out of their comfort zone and unleash their potential, either they can't find the compelling reason, or they dare not to take action. My goal in this book is to provide them the compelling reasons to convince them to act, to do more, be more, and have more, so that they can give more back to the world. In other sense, it makes them become better and happier person.

      I'm just looking for titles which are catchy and suitable to the book.
      Thank you for your invaluable input!

      Cheers,
      Tey
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      • Profile picture of the author Etienne
        None of these titles catch my attention, I don't feel it represents the essence of your work.

        Can you write more about what it means to you to go out of our comfort zones?

        We want to get to the unique essence.
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      • Profile picture of the author ewenmack
        Hi Teh,

        To help you even more, it makes a major difference WHO
        your end reader is.

        Is it for the adventurous types, or the more reserved types?

        I'm guesing it is for the reserved types.

        If I am correct, then you will lose your targrted audience
        because they are happy to be left in their comfort zone.

        The adventurer is happy to test his/her boundaries of
        comfort.

        So if it is for the reserved type, tell how they can reach out
        and grab their dreams while feeling safe and secure on the journey.

        "Move out of your comfort zone" is the opposite to what they want.

        It will pay to see how many times you have that phrase in your book
        because it will turn them cold and stop reading.

        Teh, let us know which of these two groups best fit your book
        and we can then get closer to your ideal title.

        All the best,
        Ewen





        Originally Posted by btey2000 View Post

        Hi Ewen,

        My intention is to help the readers to move out of their comfort zone, regardless of wealth creation, relationship, health or even to our mother Earth. You see, there are so many talented people around the world, but how many really use their talent wisely? Very few, why?

        The reason is because they do not move out of their comfort zone and unleash their potential, either they can't find the compelling reason, or they dare not to take action. My goal in this book is to provide them the compelling reasons to convince them to act, to do more, be more, and have more, so that they can give more back to the world. In other sense, it makes them become better and happier person.

        I'm just looking for titles which are catchy and suitable to the book.
        Thank you for your invaluable input!

        Cheers,
        Tey
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        • Profile picture of the author Kay King
          Who Moved My Comfort -
          Learning To Live Outside Your Zone

          Now you've got an even 40
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          • Profile picture of the author RickDuris
            I say the following not having read your book.

            1. I think you should analyze the top 20 book titles in your market and see what they have in common.

            2. I think the majority of your book titles given have one fatal flaw. I think if you take a second look they seem to all require work.

            Look at it this way:

            The Automatic Millionaire
            The One Minute Millionaire
            The Four Hour Workweek

            All best sellers.

            3. The other thing that strikes me is your book titles are either really weak, not necessarily outcome specific, or it's a "cute" title.

            Granted these are all opinions, but of all copywriting I think the creation of a killer title is the hardest copywriting work there is.

            I know I haven't given a specific book title, but then again I haven't read the book and there's a lot of work that goes into it.

            Simple story and then you can connect the dots and see how important it is.

            Almost every entrepreneur has heard of the classic "Think and Grow Rich." Over 50 million copies sold.

            But the book was released under a previous title. It bombed big time. Here it is:

            "Use Your Noodle to Make a Boodle"

            That's why I take book titles so seriously. They can make or break the success of the book no matter how good the content is.

            - Rick Duris
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            • Profile picture of the author gjabiz
              Originally Posted by RickDuris View Post


              Granted these are all opinions, but of all copywriting I think the creation of a killer title is the hardest copywriting work there is.

              I take book titles so seriously. They can make or break the success of the book no matter how good the content is.

              - Rick Duris
              Amen Brother Rick. Amen.

              Many publishers I work with like to TITLE the book after it is written. It is a simple find and replace operation to the text. Some even do "focus groups" too.

              The great Ted Nicholas made fortunes by changing the title of previously published works.

              For what it is worth OP, write the book, then work on the TITLE or better yet, write a promotion for the book, then finish it off.

              Listen to Rick and take your TITLE seriously.

              Seriously,

              gjabiz
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              • Profile picture of the author btey2000
                Originally Posted by gjabiz View Post

                Amen Brother Rick. Amen.

                Many publishers I work with like to TITLE the book after it is written. It is a simple find and replace operation to the text. Some even do "focus groups" too.

                The great Ted Nicholas made fortunes by changing the title of previously published works.

                For what it is worth OP, write the book, then work on the TITLE or better yet, write a promotion for the book, then finish it off.

                Listen to Rick and take your TITLE seriously.

                Seriously,

                gjabiz

                Thank you, gjbiz.
                I never thought that way - title after complete writing the book.
                You made me think out of the box!

                Cheers,
                Tey
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            • Profile picture of the author btey2000
              Got it, Rick...Thanks!

              Cheers,
              Tey
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        • Profile picture of the author btey2000
          Hi Ewen,

          I really appreciate for your precious time and insight.

          In fact, my target audience are those who're adventurous type, because for those who're not, they won't be interested to look at my book. To be more specific, my target audience are entrepreneurs, public speakers, toastmasters (as I'm one of them) and people from sales line who need to handle lots of rejects and challenges, and they need this book!!

          One of the features I included in my book is to have 9 exclusive interviews of people from different industries and countries, narrating their respective experiences on 'moving out of their comfort zone'. They are not celebrities, but they are those who achieved certain level of success in life.

          To motivate and inspire people who want to have increase in life but hold back by any reason, my book will run through the compelling reasons of 'move out of comfort zone'. In addition, I will also furnish them with the
          methodologies to help them to move out of their comfort zone.

          Hope the above would help you to have much clearer picture on the book that I'm writing.

          I'm grateful for your constructive ideas...have a great day!

          Cheers,
          Tey




          Originally Posted by ewenmack View Post

          Hi Teh,

          To help you even more, it makes a major difference WHO
          your end reader is.

          Is it for the adventurous types, or the more reserved types?

          I'm guesing it is for the reserved types.

          If I am correct, then you will lose your targrted audience
          because they are happy to be left in their comfort zone.

          The adventurer is happy to test his/her boundaries of
          comfort.

          So if it is for the reserved type, tell how they can reach out
          and grab their dreams while feeling safe and secure on the journey.

          "Move out of your comfort zone" is the opposite to what they want.

          It will pay to see how many times you have that phrase in your book
          because it will turn them cold and stop reading.

          Teh, let us know which of these two groups best fit your book
          and we can then get closer to your ideal title.

          All the best,
          Ewen
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          • Profile picture of the author ewenmack
            Hi Teh,

            I'm pleased I asked you the 2 choice question because
            your answers give great insight to these people.

            What we want is more than a title...

            ...we want a memorable sound byte which sticks
            to the memory and can go viral.

            Lots of free publicity goes your way too.

            Think of...

            "The One Minute Manager"
            "Chicken Soup For The Soul"
            "South Beach Diet"

            There are certain words which will click with your target audience.

            I don't know of any better than Ann Convery to profile your
            books target readers...then come up with words which carry you
            all the way to the top.

            She knows all about publicity and will get the right headline.

            She is a delight to work with, in the little time I did with her.

            Just PM me and I'll organize an introduction to her if you
            want to latch onto this transformation.

            All the best,
            Ewen


            Originally Posted by btey2000 View Post

            Hi Ewen,

            I really appreciate for your precious time and insight.

            In fact, my target audience are those who're adventurous type, because for those who're not, they won't be interested to look at my book. To be more specific, my target audience are entrepreneurs, public speakers, toastmasters (as I'm one of them) and people from sales line who need to handle lots of rejects and challenges, and they need this book!!

            One of the features I included in my book is to have 9 exclusive interviews of people from different industries and countries, narrating their respective experiences on 'moving out of their comfort zone'. They are not celebrities, but they are those who achieved certain level of success in life.

            To motivate and inspire people who want to have increase in life but hold back by any reason, my book will run through the compelling reasons of 'move out of comfort zone'. In addition, I will also furnish them with the
            methodologies to help them to move out of their comfort zone.

            Hope the above would help you to have much clearer picture on the book that I'm writing.

            I'm grateful for your constructive ideas...have a great day!

            Cheers,
            Tey
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            • Profile picture of the author ewenmack
              Teh I have another option for you.

              On reflection, your book sounds like it may fit under the "Chicken Soup For The Soul" banner.

              If it is reassuring, motivational and "feel good", then yes.

              The beauty of the Chicken Soup series, is Mark's writers get their name on the cover
              of a BIG brand. Is it somewhere around 60-80 million book sales?

              Also the title is ready made. You just have to name the person who the book is for.

              A mind stretch for you to think about teaming up with Mark Victor Hansen.

              Will this put YOU out of your comfort zone? Lol.

              Anyway, just a thought.

              All the best,
              Ewen
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  • Profile picture of the author Loren Woirhaye
    You might want to track down the book "The first 100 million" -
    it's about titling books.
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  • Profile picture of the author Daniel Scott
    I think whatever title you used you need a subhead explaining what it's about.

    I liked "Who Moved My Comfort?" The rest struck me as kind of uninspired, for the most part.

    So you could use that... then as a "subhead":

    How to unlock your true potential in wealth, relationships and more (or whatever the benefits you're offering are).

    Probably a little sideways-related but I thought it was important.

    -Dan
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  • Profile picture of the author myeanne
    that looks interesting. well, here's my vote:

    Beyond comfort zone .


    But +1 for Kay King! love the title mate.
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