motivexinc got their new book cover by running a design contest:
Eye-Catching, Captivating Non-Fiction Cover for eBook About Relationships
Check out motivexinc's Book cover contest…
Better Communication in Marriage: Managing Negative Emotions for a Stronger Relationship Connection
Frank Montalbo is an author and relationship coach who enjoys writing about relationships, communication, and the emotional process of being a human being. Frank’s work as a relationship coach has provided him with countless insights into the ways we think and the things we feel - about ourselves and about our relationships. “I share what I know in the hopes of helping others to bring more love and connection into their lives,” Frank says. Frank lives in Southern California with his wife and their two pups.
Why isn’t our relationship as easy as it used to be when we first got married? Why do we feel resentful or frustrated with one another? How can it be that we love each other, yet feel annoyed with each other at times? Does this mean there is something wrong with our marriage? When we get close to people, as we do with our marriage partner, deeper emotions get triggered, both positive and negative. These emotions are key to learning how to embrace your differences, break the cycle of arguments, get rid of false assumptions, release resentment, communicate compassionately, engage one another more deeply, strengthen your bond as a couple - and this book shows you how. Although negative emotions don’t feel particularly good, they can lead to something good. There is great hope and optimism for couples using the awareness of negative emotions as a means for greater personal growth and a deeper relationship connection. Straightforward and insightful, Better Communication in Marriage: Managing Negative Emotions for a Stronger Relationship Connection gives marriage partners new approaches for resolving conflict, understanding each other better, and achieving a deeper relationship connection.
People who are wanting to improve their relationships; people who like personal growth and self-improvement.
Simple and calm, not too many elements going on at once. Warm and inviting. A modern vibe. Serious in that it is professional and trustworthy. Not overly feminine or masculine; something that appeals to both.
What to avoid
If a stock photo is used, I'd like to avoid the very cliche "white heterosexual couple" image, and instead use an image that is more abstract like a silhouette, or a long shot of a couple, for example. Please avoid photos of people in wedding day attire (the dress, and tux). Please avoid images of people that look like clip art. I have a stock image that I am including, but I am open to other designs that may have an entirely different image.
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.
motivexinc collaborated with designers to refine their ideas
When design entries come in, you can rate them so designers know what you’re looking for in your logo design.
99designs has great collaboration tools so you can pinpoint and capture your ideas
And then… they selected a winner!
Along the way, they met lots of talented designers…
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