Trajectory Now Available!

 

 

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AVAILABILITY

  1. Trajectory is now available on Amazon in paperback for only $29.95.  (Discount Available). You may click on the book cover above to “look inside the book” on Amazon.
  2. Trajectory is available on Amazon as a Kindle Edition for $9.95.*
  3. Trajectory is available on Barnes & Noble for $29.95. (Discount Available).
  4. Trajectory is available on Books-A-Million for $32.95.
  5. Trajectory is available on IndieBound bookstores everywhere for $29.95.




 * Trajectory is image intensive.  Kindle edition is without images.

About Michael R.H. Stewart
"Give me faith, freedom, resources, and a little time ... and I will make things happen that matter." Michael R.H. Stewart is a respected Internet executive with broad experience in all aspects of online business, with an emphasis given to social networking development, and company management. He has over 131,000 engaged Twitter followers. He enjoys 22 years of direct experience with corporate, entrepreneurial, governmental and non-profit clients, having advised them on all aspects of their online initiatives. Prior to his Internet career, he served as a Senior Vice President of AIG Marketing, doing business in 135 foreign countries as well as the United States. Stewart is an experienced public speaker and communicator, with worldwide experience; an expert on corporate branding; an accomplished writer, a creative thinker and problem solver.

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29 Responses to “Trajectory Now Available!”
  1. Vena Jensen says:

    Michael, I’m looking forward to reading your new book titled “Trajectory.” And I totally understand – and agree – about critical mass. For me, Twitter also has a funnel affect. I may not connect with each and every follower, but the ones that I am able to connect with, and that embrace a connection with me, have been major influences in my business. For this reason, I value each and every “Tweep” because, well, you never know what the Universe has in store for us. :-) P. S. I love being one of your “tweeps.”

  2. Vena, first of all “Thank you” for your kind words.

    More importantly, I want to comment on your comment.

    No one, despite their strong desire to do so, can deeply engage with each and every follower — there is no shame in that. It would be a superhuman task, and fortunately, we are all simply human.

    But there is one advantage that sometimes we miss. When we put our heart and soul into what we write, (which I know you do), and broadcast that to a remote but appreciative following, perhaps at least one person for reasons only they know will take something away of value. If only one person out of thousands gains something, anything, we have made an important contribution — a contribution to be proud of. You are one of those rare individuals with something of value to say, and I am proud to know you.

    Michael

  3. wrobson says:

    Hi Michael,I am one of your followers that can’t remember why I am following you! I think this is the first time that I’ve looked into one of your posts and I think I’ll have to treat myself to a Christmas book this year when “Trajectory” is officially published. I currently a Marketing student in Vancouver, and I have been practising my social media capabilities by using wordpress, storify, twitter, google+, fb and klout, so I look forward to seeing what you have written about these various tools for communication.I am currently volunteering for the non-profit organization “TrenchTown Reading Centre” based out of Kingston Jamaica and I hope to put some of my tools in use to fund-raise and improve their communication model with their supporters.

  4. Hello William. I am delighted that you are looking forward to Trajectory. It is made to order for non-profit organizations and for those who wish to help them. Please keep me posted on your future successes, and I’m sure there will be many. It is an honor to have you among my Twitter followers and I look forward to following your career. Warm Regards, Michael.

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