I have been fortunate to have multiple opportunities to be a "testimony" and a teacher of HCRV in my everyday life...such as when I go to the store, or meet new people at work. I have met people who are not only interested, but who request my email/phone so that I can teach them more, and even coach them! Wow! I have always wanted to do this, but never had time or money to make a website online...so this is great for me.
Though I want to share the 80-10-10 book with others, I would never want to loan out my own copy, so last month I bought 3 extra copies of the book to have on hand for when the right person comes along. Well, believe it or not, I have already loaned the three of them out!
The reason why I want to loan people the book, rather than direct them to amazon (or elsewhere), is because they may "put off" buying the book, and just never get around to it. Handing them a copy gets the process started a whole lot faster I think.
Of course these three people will need the books for a long time, so now I want to have additional copies on hand, but this is costly. The book is 25-30 dollars.
What strategies do you guys use in sharing the 80-10-10 books? How much money do you invest in it?
You are welcome Laura. Peace.
I keep a small slip of paper in my wallet with the book title and author on it so they can go to the library or bookstore and get it to take home. I also write this web site address on it so they can ask questions etc. and I write Dr. Doug's web site address on it also. Whenever I hand the paper out I make a new paper and put it in my wallet ready for the next time I may have an opportunity to pass the info along. :)
How about audio copies of 80/10/10? That way people can get through it quicker and it could also be marketed to the blind community. Cooking is after all dangerous enough for sighted people.