How do you build trust through copy? Tyler McCune explains how you can do this in your copy. Because honesty builds trust with your audience. Honesty creates fans. Fans will always listen to what you're saying! There's more inside the episode!
Do you have an idea for a fiction manuscript? Cyn Balog, young adult author, is also a fiction ghostwriter! Listen
How can a book make us feel understood? Can a book help us to understand ourselves better? Join me and Dennis Ross on episode 63 of The Career Challenges Podcast
Can you write a book on anything? Even if the topic isn't all that interesting? Jeff Mangus and I talk about how it's possible. The key is to have a passion for what you're writing about. No passion means it will be an arduous project and the resulting book will be terrible. Listen in to this episode of The Career Challenges Podcast to find out more.
How can you be creatively analytical and analytically creative? Listen in as Mary Henderson and I discuss this paradox on this week's episode of The Career Challenges Podcast. As a bonus, you'll also hear how she got to meet Muhammed Ali!
What Story are You Telling? Webinar announcement. Join me on June 4th, 2020 at 8:30 PM CDT Check out this post for more information!
Ghostwriting is still shrouded in mystery. What do they do? How do they do it? I speak with Jennifer Locke about the process of ghostwriting, benefits, and what authors can expect when working with one. If your ghostwriter isn't clear about their process, you need to listen to this episode!
What does it take to publish your book? Michele DeFilippo of 1006 Designs knows every step of the process. She's been doing it for decades and shares her wealth of knowledge with me on The Career Challenges Podcast
How do you find funding for your disruptive start-up? What if your story created a powerful draw as opposed to just numbers? Nimisha Brahmbatt and I discuss this on The Career Challenges Podcast. Our conversation can serve as "Disruptive Investing 101." Enjoy!
What's your speaker archetype? How can you make your communication stick? Listen to Neil Gordon and I answer these questions, as well as quote Monty Python!