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If you want to know how bestselling authors find the time to write their books, the methods they use to be productive and how they find their ideas you will love this podcast. Writing coach Azul Terronez shares interviews with clients such as Pat Flynn, of the Smart Passive Income, Jon Vroman, of the Front Row Factor, and Dana Malstaff of Boss-Mom, Jadah Sellner of Simple Green Smoothies. Learn from the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling authors. Want to get behin ...
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In this episode of Authors Who Lead, I delve into the intriguing world of Reid Thompson, an entrepreneur and life coach whose embrace of a playful, high-frequency lifestyle has dramatically transformed his creative journey. Reid’s story is a testament to the power of positive energy, conscious luck, and the law of attraction in reshaping our lives …
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In the ever-evolving world of book marketing, podcasts have emerged as a crucial platform for authors to share their stories, build their brands, and connect with readers. In this episode of Authors Who Lead, I speak with expert publicist and author Michelle Glogovac to explore the intricacies of podcast pitching and the importance of personal bran…
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The Story of ‘Gef,’ the strangest creature that bewildered a farming family & most of the United Kingdom when his story was reported on across many city newspapers. “It is impossible to deny that there is serious evidence … for Gef’s reality,” said Mr. R.S. Lambert of the BBC, in the 1930’s. We could be forgiven for believing that Gef was a man, or…
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Are you an aspiring author with a brilliant book idea but unsure of where to start? Do you often find yourself struggling with writer’s block or feeling overwhelmed by the thought of writing a book? In this episode of Authors Who Lead, I explore the common challenges faced by aspiring authors and share insights and strategies to help overcome write…
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In this episode of Authors Who Lead, I welcome entrepreneur and author Alex Charfen to discuss his book "The Entrepreneurial Personality Type: Your guide to the most important and misunderstood people among us." Despite not meeting in person due to illness, our conversation delves into his journey as an entrepreneur, overcoming challenges, and the …
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In this episode of Authors Who Lead, I engage in a candid conversation with Sandi Marx, a retired talent agent turned New York-based storyteller. The episode delves deep into the power of embracing mediocrity, the impact of honest storytelling, and the lessons learned from the creation of Sandi’s book, Slightly Above Average: Memoirs of a Successfu…
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In this episode of Authors Who Lead, I share valuable insights on how to overcome common challenges such as procrastination, perfectionism, and self-doubt when writing and publishing a book. I emphasize the importance of addressing the underlying factors that contribute to these obstacles and offer practical advice for aspiring authors. Timestamp: …
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In this episode of Authors Who Lead, Maryam Munir engages in a heartfelt and inspiring discussion about the transformative power of writing and trauma-informed parenting. She shares personal experiences, challenges, and triumphs with us, offering a glimpse into the journey of writing and the profound impact of transparent and courageous parenting. …
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In this episode of Authors Who Lead, Marie-Helene shares her profound wisdom from her book The Resilience Plan, designed to empower leaders and professionals to cultivate resilience and thrive personally and professionally. Discover how Marie-Helene challenges the conventional view of resilience as a fixed trait and advocates for it as a strategic …
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In this episode of Authors Who Lead, I introduce seasoned literary agent and author Lucinda Halpern. With almost two decades of experience in the publishing industry, Lucinda has facilitated numerous book deals and recently penned her book, Get Signed, following an unconventional writing process emerging from her coaching experiences during the pan…
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In the world of writing and publishing, many aspiring authors find themselves grappling with a familiar obstacle: writer's block. While the urge to bring their ideas to life is strong, navigating the process of starting, completing, and releasing a book can be overwhelming. In this Authors Who Lead podcast episode, I provided invaluable insights an…
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Chris McAlister was once told by a literary agent that he would never be able to write anything successful until he was over forty years old. He didn’t listen to that agent and went on to write several books—and even created coaching programs around them. In this episode of “Authors Who Lead,” I talk to Chris about his books, his journey getting th…
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Stefan T.Wong didn’t originally come to me to work on his book, Talking to Crows. He actually came to get another project edited, but what happened was a reluctant writing project that became a profound and introspective creation. In this episode of “Authors Who Lead,” I talk to Stefan about his unexpected journey in writing this book, Talking to C…
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Have you been thinking about writing a book but find yourself stalling repeatedly? Maybe it’s on your bucket list and this is finally the year you’ll write it, but you’re confused about where and how to start. On this week’s episode of “Authors Who Lead,” I talk about how authors can overcome the challenges of getting started, finding inspiration, …
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