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| | 12-Minute Tips | 8 Comments

I visited our local TV station a week or so ago and filmed a segment about my latest e-book, 12 Minutes to Change Your Day, available for free download now through April 1st.

This is my first ever TV appearance, and although I don’t really love watching myself on TV, my husband said I did a good job, my kids said I did a good job, and my Facebook friends were enthusiastic. So, with that, I decided I would share here.

I’m grateful to Rebecca Regnier for the invitation and the chance to share about my book (and about some of our authors, as well!) Breaking News, Weather and Sports

 Tell me something! How can 12 minutes change your day? How do you spend your 12 minutes?

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Amy   |   24 March 2013   |   Reply

GREAT JOB, BECKY!!!!! Very proud of you and thrilled to be one of the women on your team!

Carrie @ Busy Nothings   |   25 March 2013   |   Reply

You did a fantastic job, Becky!!! 🙂 Like Amy, I am thrilled to be one of the women on your team. Thanks for taking 12 minutes of your day to change MY life…almost a year ago! 🙂

Steve Roesler   |   25 March 2013   |   Reply


Really enjoyed watching the show and you did a terrific job making your point.

Keep up the good stuff!

Becky Robinson   |   25 March 2013   |   Reply

Thank you, Steve!

Elizabeth @ DogFurandDandelions   |   25 March 2013   |   Reply

You did great, Becky!!

Becky Robinson   |   25 March 2013   |   Reply

Thank you, Elizabeth!

Sharon Reed   |   25 March 2013   |   Reply

Awesome job, Becky! 🙂

Melanie Hoffner   |   27 March 2013   |   Reply

Rockin’ awesome job, Becky!! 🙂