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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 New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling authors. Want to get behind th ...
 
Need book marketing tips to help you create your next best seller, and boost your visibility, credibility and sales? This weekly expert interview series features best selling authors and book marketing experts who divulge book marketing secrets on what works in promoting a book. Listen in as each speaker, shares his or her gems on what has worked for them in propelling them to success. Eunice Nisbett, initially launched this Show as Book Marketing in Five and the Show relaunches in April 201 ...
 
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New Book Release – Proof of the Afterlife – The Dead Don’t Die This book is the result of two year’s intensive study of physical mediumship, both past and present; of the ‘dead’ physically returning, of ‘spirit doctors’ curing “incurable” patients, of interviewing numerous mediums, and of joining a development circle in order to become a medium mys…
 
Once you reach your goals in life, then what do you do? What’s next? This question is what inspired Bruce Turkel to pivot from running a successful ad agency for decades to selling it and becoming a public speaker. He had experienced burnout as most people do in their careers and needed to change something in his life. As a public speaker, he has f…
 
Reaching as far afield as Australasia, The New Zealand Herald reported on May the 23rd 1931, ‘The London Ghost Club: Dining with the dead. Secrets of 50 years! If one were in a certain Street in the West End of London on a certain evening every month, he would see between 30 and 40 prominent men – doctors, barristers, businessmen – going to a fashi…
 
Writing a book isn’t one of those things that you should wait for. You shouldn’t put it off until a future “someday” because writing a book can really change your life today. You might have started with planning and plotting your idea but then didn’t feel it was good enough or you aren’t ready to write. But the truth is no one is ever ready to writ…
 
In this time of hustle, sometimes it takes certain events to show us that we need to slow down and focus on what is really important. In Teresa McCloy’s life, it was her son’s drug addiction and death and her own workaholic addiction that forced her to reevaluate her life and how she was living it. She now intentionally lives a deeper and more mean…
 
Mari Ruddy is not only a celebrated endurance athlete, but she has also survived childhood trauma, breast cancer, multiple suicide attempts, and type 1 diabetes. She encourages and trains people with diabetes to be endurance athletes, and has run over forty-two triathlons herself. In this episode of “Authors Who Lead,” I talk with Mari about her pa…
 
Have you been thinking about writing a book, but wondered if it was worth the time and effort, or if there was any money that would be made from writing a book? Have you thought about what it takes to become an author who's successful, not just in selling books, but also in building a business? Then, this episode is for you. On this week’s episode …
 
Omar Zenhom realized he was only getting his MBA because he was seeking permission to become an entrepreneur. Upon that realization, he left his university job and dropped out of his MBA studies to focus on his $100 MBA Show podcast, where he helped other people like him learn the basics of marketing, sales, finance, and idea validation so they cou…
 
I met Chris Ducker at a mastermind in San Diego where we needed to show up with a business idea. I realized I didn’t have one at the time, so I wrote my first book in thirty days and showed up with the idea and the book of the same name, The Art of Apprenticeship. This was the start of building my personal brand and a real friendship with Chris. In…
 
Jadah Sellner, along with a co-founder, took the business “Simple Green Smoothies” to six- and seven-figure success. But although their work was built on love, fun, creativity, and connection, they gradually lost sight of why they built their business and were soon overly focused on metrics. This all came at a high cost to their relationships, heal…
 
Chris Benetti has been in the marketing industry for over six years but has recently narrowed his focus to helping authors market and sell their books. He found that plenty of people helped authors write and launch their books, but no one offered a service to do the “boring stuff” to help sell books. He positioned himself in the market to help busi…
 
In Columbus Ohio, Joey LaBute had been missing for almost a month. He vanished on March 5th 2017. He’d been spending the evening with a cousin, Kyle Reigle and his cousin’s wife in the Union Cafe, in the Short North part of Columbus. He left the table they were sitting at, saying that he was going to the Bar to get a drink. He never came back to th…
 
There’s never been a better time to write a book. We no longer have to wait for permission, wait for an agent to accept you, or wait for a publisher to accept the agent's query. This doesn’t mean that traditional publishing isn’t still around, but you can write and publish your book right now without waiting for a gatekeeper. On this week’s episode…
 
Dr. Avanti Kumar-Singh was well into her twenties before she became aware that her parents had raised her in an Ayurvedic lifestyle. Her parents had immigrated from India to Chicago, and to Avanti, this lifestyle was just a normal daily routine and perspective on life that became culturally ingrained in her as she grew. It was only when she went fr…
 
While Dr. Ryan Gray was still a flight surgeon in the U.S. Air Force, he became a podcaster and entrepreneur on the side. When he retired from the military, he decided to write a book. He had the time, and it seemed the next best step to take with his business. In this episode of “Authors Who Lead,” I talk with Dr. Ryan Gray about his entrepreneuri…
 
The inspiration to write his first book struck when Geoffrey Neil stopped to give money to a homeless man on a freeway offramp. He wondered why we’re still dealing with the social issue of homelessness, and what a world would be like if we were actually compelled to help one another. Writing fiction books became a type of therapy for Geoffrey to wo…
 
Following her intuition took Laura Michelle Powers from being an unemployed, physically ill divorcee to being a psychic to the Stars. Now, Laura has had amazing experiences overseas, hosts a top-100 podcast in the Apple Store, has published eight books, and is also a psychic, actress, entertainer, world traveler, singer-songwriter, and speaker. In …
 
When famous poet Percy Bysshe Shelley was living with writer of ‘Frankenstein,’ Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley in Italy, he was said to be bereft over the deaths of three of his children, who had died soon after their births. One day, on June the 24th 1812, he went for a walk alone, and his wife later wrote of what happened to him in a letter to a fri…
 
After Melanie Herschorn graduated from college, she ran away to Los Angeles, found work at a PR firm, and then eventually became a successful entrepreneur. As her own boss, she decided to hire a marketing expert, which she says was a “fatal mistake” but one that would lead her to do what she loves. The experience led her to decide to help people li…
 
Sometimes it's easy to get stuck in your head when it comes to writing a book. One of the biggest challenges I hear from writers is fear: fear that their book will suck, no one will read it, or their peers will think it’s bad. This is a common fear that can keep us from writing our books or finishing because we want to please other people. In reali…
 
For Kate McDugald’s twenty-fifth birthday, her mom gave her the gift of cutting her off financially. This forced Kate to ask herself, what would she do next to support herself and what does she really love? She decided to diversify her love of theater and started networking to find acting jobs such as voiceovers and narrating audiobooks. In this ep…
 
Who controls your time? Even if we’re writing or running our own business full-time, we can still find ourselves overworked or chasing the wrong goals. Richie Norton thinks in such a different way that when you read his books it opens your mind to recalibrate what you thought you knew. After several tragedies—such as him losing a son and a brother-…
 
John Miller began his career selling leadership training to managers, executives, and leaders. He sat in over 10,000 hours of workshops and soon realized that people were asking the wrong questions. This epiphany pushed him to start teaching leadership training, and he later self-published a book around the phrase he coined, “the question behind th…
 
At age sixteen, Natasha Miller’s father dropped her off at a homeless shelter on Christmas Day night. Now she is an amazing mother, author, musician, and a successful CEO of a company that has been in INC’s top 5,000 list for the fastest growing companies in America for three years in a row. In this episode of “Authors Who Lead,” I talk with Natash…
 
So many people think of writing a book as being this big arduous task to just fill pages with words. But books aren’t just words—they’re ideas, messages, or inspirations supported by those words. If books were just words, then you could put any logical words together to make a book, but you wouldn’t necessarily be inspired by the content or remembe…
 
The concept for a three-book fiction series came about during FaceTime visits with our parents in West Virginia. We always kept in touch this way even as we traveled around the world, but during the COVID-19 pandemic, we talked more frequently. Steve Vannoy, my husband and partner in “Authors Who Lead,” says of those conversations, “It always seeme…
 
In this episode of “Authors Who Lead,” I talk with Jill, writing as Margo Reilly, about her book, “When the Apple Falls Far from the Tree: Discovering the Gifts Within the Chaos,” her writing and publishing journey, and the transformation she went through.Azul Terronez による
 
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