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If you're passionate about writing and you want to turn that passion into a full-time career, then this is the show for you. Let Tom Corson-Knowles and the experts tell you how.

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179: Write a Bestselling Memoir: The True Story that Became a New York Times Bestseller with Regina Calcaterra
Regina Calcaterra is the New York Times best-selling author of Etched in Sand. It’s a true story memoir about five siblings who survived an unspeakable childhood on Long Island. Why She Wrote a Memoir Regina was inspired to write her own memoir in part because she read The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls when it […]
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178: How to Build a Team for Your Self-Published Book with Ricardo Fayet
Ricardo Fayet is a cofounder of Reedsy, an online marketplace that connects authors with everything you need to succeed, from free educational courses, to a platform to help you find the best cover artists, book designers, and publishing support. Ricardo and a friend got the idea for Reedsy in business school. They approached developing Reedsy […]
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177: Streamline and Clarify Your Writing to Make It More Powerful with Josh Bernoff
Josh is the author of four books, including Writing Without Bullshit. He is frequently quoted in major publications like the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. He’s also given keynote speeches at major conferences on television, music, marketing, and technology all over the world. Josh spent his whole life focusing on his two […]
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176: How to Harness the Difference between Plot and Story with Steve Alcorn
If you’ve ever been to a theme park like Disney World, chances are you’ve seen Steve Alcorn’s work. Steve is the CEO of Alcorn McBride, a company that designs products used in nearly all the world’s theme parks. He’s also the author of many books. He’s written historical fiction, romance, and young adult novels. He’s […]
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175: Lessons from a 10-Year-Old Published Author with Emma Sumner
Emma Sumner is the author of The Fairies of Waterfall Island. She published the book in 2016 at the age of only eight years old. Today she’s 10 years old and just finishing up her second book, which is a prequel to the first. She was inspired to write her first book when she saw […]
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174: How To Use BookBaby To Grow Your Print and Digital Book Sales with Steven Spatz
Steven Spatz is a writer, marketer, and president of BookBaby, a distributor of ebooks and print books. He started his writing career at age 13 and worked for several major newspapers after graduating from university. Steven got a job as a sportswriter when he was 13. His journalistic heroes were Walter Cronkite and Howard Cosell. […]
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173: How Author Networking and Co-Promotion Can Help Sell Books with Ethan Jones
Ethan Jones is the bestselling author of more than 20 books, including the best-selling Justin Hall Spy Thriller Series. Ethan always wanted to be a writer. He started writing novels seriously in 2008, but ever since he was a kid, Ethan would watch TV shows and movies and imagine future adventures for the heroes he […]
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172: How To Create and Build Your Personal Brand with Dorie Clark
Dorie Clark is an adjunct professor at the Duke University School of Business. She’s the author of Entrepreneurial You, Reinventing You, and Stand Out (named the #1 leadership book of 2015 by Inc. magazine). She’s a frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review, and she regularly consults and speaks for clients such as Microsoft, Google, and […]
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171: How to Find Your 1,000 True Fans and Make a Living as an Artist with Jeff Goins
Jeff Goins is the bestselling author of five books, including Real Artists Don’t Starve. His blog, goinswriter.com, is one of the most-read blogs for writers and creative folks. Jeff has always been a creative person who likes to make things. As a kid, he drew his own Garfield fan comics with a friend. Jeff’s dad […]
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170: How to Build a Relationship with Your Audience through Video Marketing with Mimika Cooney
Mimika Cooney is an international award-winning photographer and the author of Photographing Newborns. She was nominated by the Huffington Post as one of the 50 women entrepreneurs to follow in 2017. Mimika is a multi-passionate creative. Born and raised in South Africa, Mimika and her husband left in 2000 and emigrated to England. In 2006, […]
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169: How to Write Children’s Books and Work with an Illustrator with AJ Cosmo
AJ Cosmo is the bestselling author of The Monster that Ate My Socks and more than 20 other fun children’s picture books. His stories are crafted to help parents teach children lessons in a fun and engaging way. Six years ago, AJ was at his day job searching for ways to make money online. One […]
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168: How to Build Your Audience Using Twitter with Jesper Schmidt
Jesper Schmidt is a fantasy novelist and the author of Twitter for Authors. He’s here to talk about his journey as an author, and how he used Twitter to gather an audience of raving fan readers from all over the world. Jesper always thought in the back of his mind that when he retired, he’d […]
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167: How to Build Your Platform as a New Author with James Blatch
James Blatch is a former BBC defense reporter. He reported on the UK military from Kuwait, the Arctic Circle, and during the Kosovo conflict in 1999, among many other crazy war zones and places. Today he is the director of The Self-Publishing Formula Course. He’s an online course provider for independent authors. He also cohosts […]
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166: Understanding the LitRPG Genre and What Readers Want with Jamie Davis
Jamie Davis is the author of more than a dozen novels including Accidental Thief. He’s also a registered nurse, a nationally recognized medical educator, and host of The Nursing Show. How Jamie Became a Fiction Writer Jamie got started as a novelist on a dare. He’s been a nurse and a medical educator for quite […]
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165: How Traditional Publishing and Agents Work with Evan Marshall
Evan Marshall is a literary agent and owner of the Evan Marshall Agency. He’s also a multi-published novelist and a nonfiction author, and the creator of The Marshall Plan novel writing software. Evan was born in Massachusetts. His first job was with the Big Five publisher Houghton Mifflin in Boston. Then he moved to New […]
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164: Facebook Ads for Email List Building with Rachel Starr Thomson
Rachel Starr Thomson is a bestselling author with more than 50 published books, including The Seventh World Trilogy. She is also a freelance editor, publishing consultant, and founder of Independent Publishing Solutions. From a very young age, Rachel spent her time sitting in nature and making up stories in her head. Rachel was homeschooled. Her […]
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163: How Book Promotion Sites Work and Data-Driven Online Marketing Strategies with Ricci Wolman
Ricci Wolman is the founder and CEO of Written Word Media. You may not have heard of Written Word Media before, but I’m sure you’ve heard of some of their brands, including Free Booksy, Bargain Booksy, and Red Feather Romance, all of which are very popular book promotion websites. Ricci has more than 10 years […]
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162: How to Create, Promote, and Grow an Online Course with Tyler Basu
Tyler Basu is the content marketing genius at Thinkific, one of the fastest-growing online course platforms. In episode 48, we talked with Tyler Basu about how to create a lifestyle business and live your dream life. He had just launched Lifestyle Business Blueprint. Since then, Tyler has gotten on board with Thinkific as their content […]
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161: How to Generate More Leads and Accelerate Your Business with Book Sales with Rob Archangel
In episode 7, we talked to Rob Archangel about audiobook publishing. In the last three years, Rob has built one of the most successful self-publishing services companies out there. I brought Rob back to talk about what he’s doing now and the lessons he’s learned over the last few years. Selling Books Directly from Your […]
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160: The Real Digital Nomad Lifestyle: Pros and Cons of Traveling the World with Brian David Crane
  Brian David Crane is a serial entrepreneur. He sold his first company at age 24. He has helped launch six different million-dollar brands, including Archives.com, which was bought for $100 million three years after launch. Brian has been a digital nomad since 2014 and he’s here to talk about the downsides of the digital nomad […]
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159: Using Amazon Keywords to Sell More Books with Penny Sansevieri
Penny Sansevieri is the author of several books, including How to Sell Books by the Truckload on Amazon. She’s also the founder of Author Marketing Experts. We interviewed Penny back in Episode 22: Getting Red-Hot Internet Publicity for Your Book, where we talked a lot about how to get online publicity for your books. I […]
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158: How To Create an Irresistible Offer: Presentation and Speaking Tips with Dustin Mathews
Dustin Mathews is the founder of Speaking Empire, which teaches entrepreneurs how to scale up their business by selling from presentations and stages. Speaking Empire is the company behind some of the biggest speakers out there, including Kevin Harrington, Russell Brunson, and Jairek Robbins. Dustin began his professional journey after he read Rich Dad Poor […]
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157: How To Create Winning Habits in Just 100 Days with Heath Armstrong
Heath Armstrong is a serial creative entrepreneur. He is the author of The Sweet Ass Journal to Develop Your Happiness Muscle in 100 Days. By adopting the habits of 100+ creative entrepreneurs, he was able to pay off $20,000 in debt, quit his job, sell all of his belongings, travel the world, and scale his […]
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156: How to Finish the Projects that Matter with Charlie Gilkey
Charlie Gilkey is the author of The Small Business Lifecycle, a business book that helps creative people focus on the actions that will significantly grow their businesses. He’s also the founder of Productive Flourishing, a website that helps change makers finish the projects that really matter. In this great interview, we talk about how to […]
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155: How to Read to Become a Better Writer with Gabriela Pereira
Gabriela Pereira is the founder of DIYMFA.com, the do-it-yourself alternative to a master’s degree in writing. She teaches at conferences and online, and she’s helped hundreds of writers get the MFA experience without having to go to an expensive school. In this fantastic interview, we talk about the value of an MFA degree, but we […]
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154: How To Build a Successful Side Hustle with Nick Loper
Nick Loper is an author, entrepreneur, and founder of sidehustlenation.com, a growing community and resource for aspiring and part-time entrepreneurs. As the host of the top-rated Side Hustle Show Podcast, Nick explores a different business idea every single week and helps listeners discover the path to new job-free income streams. Nick’s original side hustle was […]
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153: How to Make Money Blogging with Crystal Paine
A few bloggers have cracked the code to making money from blogging, and Crystal Paine is one of them. She is a New York Times bestselling author, and she’s the founder of the incredibly successful blog MoneySavingMom.com, where she teaches moms how to save and earn more. In this interview, we talk about how Crystal […]
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152: Book Marketing Experiments with Rachel Aaron
The results of Rachel’s latest book marketing experiments will surprise you. Rachel Aaron is a bestselling traditionally published novelist and author of several books including the Eli Monpress series, as well as one of my absolute favorite nonfiction books on writing: 2k to 10k: Writing Faster, Writing Better, and Writing More of What You Love. We […]
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151: How To Make Your Book Go Viral with Word-of-Mouth Campaigns with Jonah Berger
Jonah Berger is a marketing professor at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and the bestselling author of Contagious: Why Things Catch On and Invisible Influence: The Hidden Forces that Shape Behavior. This was a great interview. We talk about what makes things go viral and how authors can create a word-of-mouth campaign to […]
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150: How Visual Thinking Helps You Remember More and Be More Creative with Mike Rohde
Mike Rohde is the bestselling author of The Sketchnote Handbook and The Sketchnote Workbook. He presents sketchnoting workshops around the world that encourage people to use visual thinking skills to generate, capture, and share ideas more effectively. In this awesome interview, we talk about sketchnoting, including what it is and how to do it. And […]
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149: Build a Successful Creative Career and Use YouTube to Grow Your Audience with Dave Kusek
Dave Kusek is the author of The Future of Music, which has sold more than 50,000 copies. He’s a pioneer in the music industry, and he teaches artists how to thrive and prosper in our high-tech digital society. This is a great interview. We talk about how to have a music career in the digital […]
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148: How to Use Your Passion to Find Success—and Why Calm Leadership Is Key with Farnoosh Brock
Farnoosh Brock is the bestselling author of several books, including the Healthy Smoothie Bible, which has more than 450 reviews on Amazon. She works with professionals who are in a mid-career crisis to help them navigate the corporate landscape or start their own profitable businesses. In this fantastic interview, we dive deep into what it […]
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147: How to Find Your Unique Writing Voice and Stand out from the Crowd with Chris Brogan
Chris Brogan is a New York Times bestselling author. He has written nine books, including Find Your Writing Voice—which is, naturally, about how to find your unique writing voice. He’s also the CEO of Owner Media Group, where he teaches strategy and skills for modern businesses. This is a great interview. We talked about how […]
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146: How to Write a Great Script, Build Relationships, and Succeed in Hollywood
Ashley Scott Meyers is a screenplay writer, producer, and director. He’s also the creator of SellingYourScreenplay.com, where he teaches screenwriters how to sell their screenplay and get a great deal. This was an interesting interview. We talked about how to sell your screenplay and the importance of building relationships in Hollywood. Ashley grew up in […]
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145: How To Turn Your Blog Into a Profitable Business
Yaro Starak is a professional blogger and serial Internet entrepreneur. As the founder of Entrepreneurs-Journey.com, he teaches others how to build a sustainable online business through blogging, selling digital products, and more. Yaro began blogging in 2004 in an effort to get traffic to his essay editing business. At the time, he didn’t know anything […]
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144: What Traditional and Indie Publishers Can Teach Each Other
Jane Friedman has 20 years of experience in the publishing industry. Her expertise is in digital media strategy for authors and publishers. She is the founder of the award-winning blog JaneFriedman.com and cofounder of the industry-leading newsletter The Hot Sheet with Porter Anderson. We covered a ton of ground in this interview. We talked about […]
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143: How to Sell More Books Offline
This is an information-packed interview. We talk about the 4P’s of Author Success, and we dive deep into how to promote your book offline. There’s also a lot of information on pricing and selling paperback versions of your book. Alinka Rutkowska is a multi-award-winning, internationally bestselling author and coach. She is also the founder and […]
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142: Six Simple Steps to Effective Book Market Research
TCK Publishing has published more than 400 books, and many of them have become #1 international bestsellers. In this podcast and blog post, I’m going to share what I’ve learned about book market research that can help you achieve your goals of becoming a bestselling author and making a serious impact with your message and […]
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141: Using Click Funnels to Grow Your Audience and Sell More Books
Larry Becht has been a digital marketing expert for the last decade and is a Click Funnels certified partner. His company, the Expert Media Group, helps you turn your products and ideas into profit. Today, Larry is going to share with us how authors can use Click Funnels to build an e-mail list, establish a […]
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140: Building Daily Writing Habits with Sarah Barbour
Sarah Barbour is a book coach and editor who helps entrepreneurs write books they can brag about. She can help you craft your content, plan a manuscript you can be proud of, and navigate the world of self-publishing so that you can put your book in the hands of people who need it. She recognizes […]
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139: Crafting Personal Stories for PR Success with Jen Berson
Jen Berson is the founder of Jeneration PR, a boutique public relations firm that specializes in beauty, baby, and lifestyle brands. She’s a regularly featured PR and social media expert on the American Express OPEN forum for small business. She’s also been featured in the New York Times, Entrepreneur Magazine, and PR Week, among many […]
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138: How to Build a Business with a Book with Rob Kosberg
Rob is the best-selling author of Life after Debt and the founder of Bestseller Publishing. He’s been featured on ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, and in the Wall Street Journal and on many other media sites. Rob teaches entrepreneurs, coaches, and consultants how to stop hunting for clients and instead position yourself as the hunted. Rob […]
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137: Audiobook Narration Tips with Kylie Stewart
Kylie Stewart is the author of Set in Stone, the first book in the Legend series, a contemporary romance story based on the legends of King Arthur and published by TCK Publishing. She is also an audiobook narrator and has produced more than 50 audiobooks. Kylie got a master’s degree in equine industry and worked with race […]
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136: Selling with Confidence with Ryan Stewman
Ryan Stewman is the best-selling author of several books including Elevator to the Top. He’s also the founder of Hardcore Closer, a company that teaches sales skills to people who are ready and willing to tear up their list of excuses and close more sales. Ryan started working at eight years old, mowing lawns for […]
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135: Using Deadlines to Accelerate Your Writing with Jim Heskett
Jim Heskett is the author of the new book The Juggling Author: How To Write Four Books a Year While Balancing Family, Friends, and a Full-Time Job. He fell in love with writing at the age of fourteen thanks to a copy of Stephen King’s The Shining. Poetry became his first outlet for teen angst, then […]
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134: Book Marketing on Steroids with Monica Leonelle
Monica Leonelle is a best-selling author and entrepreneur empowering writers to take charge of their careers through efficient and inspired marketing. Her recent release, Prosperous Creation, focuses on making art and money while overcoming the mental blocks that hold us back from reaching our goals. Monica‘s expertise comes from authoring and marketing more than 20 books of […]
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133: Kobo Writing Life and International eBook Sales with Mark Lefebvre
Mark Lefebvre is an author and editor; he serves as the director of self-publishing and author relations at Kobo, one of the top eBook retailers in the world. This fantastic interview covers a wide range of topics. We talked about traditional publishing and self-publishing and the true value of both. We also discussed emerging global markets […]
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132: How to Write Book Descriptions for Fiction and Non-Fiction with Bryan Cohen
Bryan Cohen is the author of Ted Saves the World, the first book in a new YA sci-fi/fantasy series, and a collection of creative writing prompts books. His books have been downloaded over 400,000 times. Bryan has always been interested in writing. He started his indie publishing journey by writing a blog about writing inspiration. […]
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131: Indie Publishing Strategy with Kevin Tumlinson
Kevin Tumlinson is a thriller and speculative fiction author. He’s also the Director of Marketing at Draft2Digital, one of the leading automated self-publishing services companies. Kevin wrote his first book at the age of five. The reaction he got for it sparked a lifelong interest in writing. By age 12 he was writing professionally for […]
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130: Amazon Marketing Strategy and Beta Readers with Gregory Diehl
Gregory has lived and worked in 50 countries and continues to help others along the path of self-fulfillment through exploration. Gregory’s books, Brand Identity Breakthrough and Travel As Transformation, are Amazon bestsellers, and his company Identity Publications helps authors grow their business with books, videos, and courses. Gregory published Brand Identity Breakthrough 10 months ago. […]
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129: Amazon Book Ads and Amazon Marketing Services with Derek Doepker
Derek Doepker is the first guest to come back on the show for a third visit. In Episode 24 we talked about creating a great book marketing strategy for long-term success and some awesome tips on saving money when you self publish, and in Episode 94 we talked about developing a success mindset and some […]
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128: How to Be More Creative with Meditation, Mindfulness, and Intuition with Michelle Paisley Reed
Michelle Paisley Reed is an author, inspirational speaker, and spiritual channel. She’s written four screenplays and five books, including a bestseller we recently published together called Manifesting Miracles and Money: How to Achieve Peace, Purpose, and Plenty Without Getting in Your Own Way. Michelle is working on a new reality TV show called “Don’t Change The […]
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127: How Amazon Data Science Can Help You Sell More Books with Chris Fox
Chris Fox is the best selling author of several books on Amazon including No Such Thing As Werewolves. He used to be an iPhone and iPad app developer before transitioning to be a full-time author. He’s written several sci-fi/fantasy books as well as several helpful nonfiction books for authors. In episode 52 week talk about […]
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126: Public Relations Strategy and Building Better Relationships with Media and Influencers
Joel Kessel is the founder of Kessel Communications, a strategic communications agency that helps businesses communicate better. Joel specializes in media relations and PR Strategy for business owners and thought leaders. During his sophomore year in college, Joel got into a small talk with a news reporter while waiting for his shift. The news reporter gave him […]
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125: How to do a Book Launch that Will Get Your Book Noticed by Amazon with Adam Houge
Adam is a preacher, teacher, novelist and #1 international bestselling author of over 100 books on the Christian faith. With over 2 million books distributed, his titles range from devotionals, to prayer books, to Christian inspiration, and inspirational fiction. This was a quick interview loaded with information. In this podcast we talk about Amazon’s algorithm, […]
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124: Book Marketing for Authors with Derek Murphy
Derek Murphy is the bestselling author of several books including his new novel Shearwater. Derek has a wealth of experience in the publishing industry as a professional editor, cover designer, consultant, keynote speaker, and as a bestselling nonfiction and fiction author. This is our second time interviewing Derek. In episode 37 we talked about how […]
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123: Time Management for Writers and Sales Funnels with Craig Ballantyne
Craig Ballantyne has been the Editor of the personal development newsletter, Early To Rise, since 2011. His daily essays reach over 150,000 readers and teach people how to build their wealth, improve their health, and become the best version of themselves. He now coaches entrepreneurs around the world how to turn their ideas into money […]
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122: Book Metadata, Search Engines, and Discoverability with Kathy Meis
Kathy Meis is the founder and CEO of Bublish, the world’s first complete publishing solution with integrated brand-building, marketing and discoverability features. Kathy’s career began when she graduated Indiana State. As a reporter she worked for Forbes building the editorial brand from scratch. When the Internet emerged as the new way to communicate and connect […]
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121: How to Start a Podcast for Authors and Thought Leaders with Ben Krueger
Ben Krueger is the founder of Cashflow Podcasting, a done-for-you podcasting and marketing service for entrepreneurs and thought leaders. This interview was great. It contains everything you might want to know about the business of podcasting. We talk about how to start a podcast, the history of podcasting, the different podcasting platforms, the different types […]
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120: Change Your Mindset, Eliminate Anxiety and Overcome Your Fears with Joseph Clough
Joseph Clough is the best selling author of Be Your Potential published by Hay House. He is also the creator of over 200 hours of Hypnosis and Coaching MP3s and videos that are being downloaded over 3,000,000 times every year. He is an international Speaker, Celebrity Coach and Hypnotherapist. This was a great interview! In […]
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119: Transmedia Storytelling and Book Series Branding with Amy Newmark
Amy Newmark is publisher, editor-in-chief and coauthor of the book series Chicken Soup for the Soul. By curating and editing inspirational true stories from ordinary people who have had extraordinary experiences, Amy has kept the twenty-two-year-old Chicken Soup for the Soul brand fresh and relevant. Amy was always a writer. She started writing stories in […]
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118: Building Resilience with Author Amy Cannatta
Dr. Amy Cannatta is the #1 International Best Selling Author of PURSEpective; From Ruin to Resilience and she writes for The Huffington Post. From the age of 13 her friends and family told her to write a book about her life experience, and the way she views the world. She finally decided to write a book […]
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117: Getting Out of a Bad Publishing Deal with Greg White
Greg Cope White is a produced television writer. He also steps in front of the camera and hosts. The Pink Marine, his first book, just came out in November, 2015. His writing credits include HBO’s Dream On, Norman Lear’s The Powers That Be and 704 Hauser, Fox’s Life With Louie, Sony’s animated series Jumanji, and […]
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116: Writing a Book and Amazon Marketing with Chandler Bolt
Chandler Bolt is the author of Book Launch: How to Write, Market & Publish Your First Bestseller in Three Months or Less AND Use it to Start and Grow a Six Figure Business. He is also the founder of Self Publishing School, one of the most successful online training programs for authors. Chandler was a C […]
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115: Using SEO to Sell More Books on Amazon with Dave Chesson
Dave Chesson is the founder of Kindlepreneur.com and bestselling author of several books. He’s also the creator of kdp rocket, a software tool that helps authors find the best keywords to rank their books. Dave Chesson started his online marketing career building niche websites. He’d make money through people clicking on advertisements on those websites and […]
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114: How to Become an Entrepreneur with Jon Nastor
Jon Nastor has always been an entrepreneur. He went to high school in a small town in Canada. He played drums in a punk rock band during his high school years and he took it upon himself to organize shows so that his band could play them. When other punk rock bands were touring the area […]
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113: Creating an Indie Publishing Plan for Fiction Authors with Brian Anderson
Brian Anderson is the bestselling author of The Godling Chronicles series. He was a musician for many years until he decided to write a novel. Within a year of publishing his first book, he was earning enough money to support his family and write full-time. Brian experimented with writing fiction for several years before his […]
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112: A Personal Development Plan That Works Wonders with Vic Johnson
Vic Johnson is the author of several best selling books, and some have been translated into Japanese, Russian, Czech, Slovak and Farsi. He has appeared in numerous video programs with Bob Proctor, Jim Rohn, Brian Tracy, Denis Waitley and Mark Victor Hansen, among others, and he is the founder of AsAManThinketh.net He started his personal development journey […]
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111: Writing Tips and Techniques from Film and Journalism with Phil Hall
Phil began his journalism career at Pace University as an assignment reporter. He started doing movie reviews after an interview fell through. The newspaper needed to fill the space so he offered to review My Favorite Year starring Peter O’Toole. The editor and read and then asked him to continue doing movie reviews because he […]
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110: International Book Marketing Strategies with Marc Reklau
Marc Reklau is a Coach, Speaker and author of the #1 Amazon Bestseller 30 Days— Change your habits, change your life which since April 2015 has been downloaded over 100,000 times on Amazon and has been translated into Spanish, German and Korean. Before he wrote his breakout bestseller Marc worked as a printer for a […]
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109: Why You Must Write a Book and Branding for Authors with Honorée Corder
Honorée Corder is the author of 20 books, including You Must Write a Book, Vision to Reality, and Prosperity for Writers. Honorée coaches business professionals, writers, and aspiring non-fiction authors who want to publish their books to bestseller status, create a platform, and develop multiple streams of income. She is currently working on I Must Write a […]
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108: How to Overcome Anxiety and Fear of Public Speaking with Matt Abrahams
Matt Abrahams is the author Speaking Up Without Freaking Out. He teaches both Strategic Communication and Effective Communication at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. Matt is also Co-Founder and Principal at Bold Echo Communications Solutions, a presentation and communication skills company based in Silicon Valley that helps people improve their presentation skills. Matt traces his […]
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107: How to Turn a Book Into a Movie with Ken Atchity
Kenneth Atchity began writing stories as a child under his mother’s supervision. By the age of 16 he was a book reviewer for the Kansas City Star (no one at the newspaper realized how old he was when they hired him over the phone). Ken started in the film industry after working as a professor for […]
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106: Marketing Strategy in the Digital Age with Shama Hyder
Shama Hyder is the bestselling author several books including Momentum: How to Propel Your Marketing and Transform Your Brand in the Digital Age. She is the award-winning CEO of The Marketing Zen Group—a global online marketing and digital PR company. She did her grad school thesis on Twitter when it only had a few thousand […]
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105: Self-Awareness and Emotional Intelligence with Matt Bodnar
Matt Bodnar is the author of Location Based Marketing For Restaurants: Simple, Low Cost, Easy To Use Tactics To Get Customers In The Door. Named a “Rising Restaurateur Star” by the National Restaurant Association and a “Strategy Pro” by Restaurant Hospitality Magazine, Matt is a partner at early stage investment firm Fresh Hospitality. Bodnar joined […]
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104: Finding What You Were Born For with Zoe McKey
Zoe McKey is the bestselling author of Find What You Were Born For: Discover Your Inborn Skills, Forge Your Own Path, Live The Life You Want. Zoe speaks five languages fluently and provides communication and personal development coaching to clients all over the world. Zoe is from Romania, a post-communist state bordered by Serbia, Hungary, […]
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103: How to Lower Your Taxes Legally with an Offshore Business with Bobby Casey
Bobby Casey is an entrepreneur, investor and and business strategist. He is an advocate for privacy and freedom for citizens like you and me. As a sought-after speaker on free-market economics and offshore businesses, Bobby travels the world working with entrepreneurs helping them properly structure their businesses and their lives for long-term success. Bobby has […]
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102: How to Get Your Books Into Bookstores and Libraries Amy Collins
Amy Collins is the author of The Write Way: Everything You Need to Know About Publishing, Selling and Marketing Your Book. She worked as a Book Buyer for a large books and magazines publisher, selling to Barnes & Noble, Target, Costco, Airport Stores, Walmart, Books-A-Million and other major book retailers. Amy used to be a […]
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101: How to Get Published in Literary Journals and Write Better Query Letters with Dani Hedlund
Dani Hedlund published her first novel Threads of Deception at the age of 18. After experiencing the difficulties of getting her book published she founded Tethered by Letters in 2007 to help other new writers perfect and publish their work. Tethered by Letters is a nonprofit offers free writing coaching, publishing, and editing guidance and it […]
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100: Selling Foreign Language Rights for Your Book with Elliott Katz
Elliott Katz is the bestselling author of Being the Strong Man A Woman Wants and six other non-fiction books. He is a professional speechwriter and has written on a wide-range of subjects from the outdoors to the economy to how to stimulate ideas and innovation in the workplace. When Elliott wrote Being the Strong Man […]
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99: How to Write a Better Business Book with New York Times Bestselling Author Jeffrey Fox
Jeffrey Fox is the New York Times bestselling author of 11 business books that have been translated into over thirty languages. He is the founder of Fox & Company, a management consulting firm that shows clients how to dollarize their value proposition to overcome price objections and shorten the sales cycle. Jeffrey started Fox and […]
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98: How to Start a Publishing Company with Kristen Joy
Kristen Joy is the bestselling author of 26 books including the Author’s Quick Guide to Finding Your Target Market. In 2003 she turned her life-long love of reading and writing into a full-time career she loves, and now she teaches authors and entrepreneurs how to create books that bring their passion to life. In 2003 […]
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97: How to Get Your Audience to Remember Your Message with Carmen Simon
Carmen Simon, PhD, is the author of Impossible to Ignore: Creating Memorable Content to Influence Decisions. A cognitive scientist, she has helped some of the world’s most visible brands craft memorable messages by focusing on how the brain works. Her sought-after keynote speeches unveil science-based techniques for getting others to see your way, remember your […]
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96: Online Marketing and Promotion Strategies for Indie Authors with Bo Bennett
Bo Bennett is the bestselling author of Logically Fallacious and seven other books. He is also an avid entrepreneur and founder of ebookit.com, a company that formats and distributes eBooks, print on demand, and digital audio books. Bo wrote his first book Year to Success in 2004. Back then the indie publishing landscape wasn’t what […]
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95: How to Communicate Better with Great Listening Skills with Mark Goulston
Bestselling Author Mark Goulston started as a clinical interventional psychiatrist and UCLA professor of psychiatry. He learned to “hack” into the minds of suicidal and potentially violent individuals to prevent acts of destruction to others or themselves. He next went on to train FBI and police hostage negotiators. Mark has written several books on effective […]
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94: The Art of Storytelling with New York Times Bestselling Author Laura Morton
Laura Morton has written over 40 books and a staggering 19 New York Times Bestsellers, with a wide range of celebrities, including Al Roker, Justin Beiber, Joan Lunden, and Danica Patrick—just to name a few. She has worked in the entertainment industry for more than 25 years as a writer, producer, speaker and entrepreneur, and […]
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93: Personal Development Advice for Authors with Derek Doepker
Derek Doepker is the #1 Amazon Bestselling author of Why Authors Fail, and several other books. Derek leads hands-on training workshops, courses and retreats to teach authors how to turn their passion for writing into a sustainable business. Derek began his self-publishing journey as a serial entrepreneur trying to turn his passion for health and […]
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92: How a Better Link Can Help You Sell More Books Internationally with Jesse Lakes
Jesse Lakes left Apple to launch a series of websites that utilized the iTunes and Amazon affiliate programs, but realized they had an issue with monetizing geo-fragmented audiences because of the country-specific affiliate programs. They came up with a solution, and as the project became a success, it was clear that they had built a […]
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91: How to Get Book Publicity with Barbara Cave Henricks
Barbara Cave Henricks is the author of Mastering the New Media Landscape: Embrace the Micromedia Mindset. She has worked as a publicist in the publishing industry for more than two decades, and now runs her own publicity firm that’s been very successful called Cave Henricks Communications. She started her career as a stringer for NBC […]
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90: Book Review Software and Building a Real Publishing Business
Debbie Drum is a best-selling author, blogger, and marketing expert. She is also the creator of Book Review Targeter a very powerful tool that helps authors get more reviews for their books. Debbie’s journey got started when she googled the words “how to make money online” in 2010. She made her first money publishing books […]
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89: How to Get Self Published Books into Book Stores with Tucker Max
Tucker Max is the #1 New York Times Bestselling Author of I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell and several other books. He is the CEO and co-founder of Book In A Box, a company that turns book writing and publishing into a service. Tucker was also nominated to the Time Magazine 100 Most Influential […]
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88: Self Publishing Print Books and Interior Book Design with Joel Friedlander
Joel Friedlander is the author several books including The Self-Publisher’s Quick & Easy Guides, a series of ebooks that help to solve key challenges for self-publishers. He has won the AIGA “50 Books of the Year Award” for his work at Aperture Publishing, and the Printing Industries of America Gold Award for his book design […]
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87: Hardcore Writing Wisdom with Self-Published Novelist Christian A. Brown
Christian A. Brown is the best-selling author of the critically acclaimed Feast of Fates (the first book in the genre bending Four Feasts until Darkness series.) It received a Kirkus Star Review in 2014. He’s appeared on AM 640, Daytime Rogers, and Get Bold Today with LeGrande Green. He actively writes a blog about his […]
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86: Real Fast Book Marketing Results and Self Publishing with Daniel Hall
Daniel Hall is a bestselling author, speaker and consultant. He is also a coach, a lawyer, a nurse, a blogger and an entrepreneur. Daniel is the creator of the popular “Real Fast” training programs designed to help authors, speakers, coaches, consultants, trainers, Internet marketers and entrepreneurs effectively grow their businesses faster and profit more effortlessly. He is also […]
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85: Unstoppable Sales Success with Kelly Roach, Author and Business Coach
No matter how long you have been in the entrepreneurial space there is no question that you want to have an even greater level of success than you’ve experienced to this point. Today’s guest, Kelly Roach, is an author and business coach who specializes in helping entrepreneurs increase their sales and success through practical strategies […]
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84: The Book That Birthed a Multi-Million Dollar Fitness Company with Mike Matthews
Mike Matthews is the bestselling author of more than a dozen books including Bigger Leaner Stronger for men and Thinner Leaner Stronger for women. He blogs at MuscleforLife.com and LegionAthletics.com with over 1 Million visitors every month. Mike always thought, “Why isn’t there a book out there that actually teaches you what you really need […]
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83: Become Your Own Sexy Boss in Information Marketing with Heather Havenwood
Heather Ann Havenwood is the bestselling author of several books including Sexy Boss. She started with internet marketing back in 1999 and has helped create several multi-million dollar businesses. Here’s a few highlights of the things you’ll learn from our interview with Heather: How a late night infomercial for a $3,000 seminar about owning your own business changed […]
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82: Financial Planning and Building Wealth with Todd Tresidder
Todd Tresidder graduated from the University of California at Davis with a B.A. in economics and a passion for creating successful businesses. A serial entrepreneur since childhood, Todd went on to build his own wealth as a hedge fund investment manager before “retiring” at 35 to teach others. Today, he provides advanced investment and retirement […]
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81: Personal Branding Tips and Becoming an Expert in Your Field with Shahab Anari
Shahab Anari is the bestselling author of several books in Iran. He is now a personal branding expert and teaches other authors, coaches and entrepreneurs how to grow their income and influence by building a powerful personal brand built on authenticity and passion. Shahab’s journey to becoming a bestselling author started in school when he became […]
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80: The Power of Focus and Evergreen Marketing with Shelley Hitz
Shelley Hitz is the bestselling author of more than 40 books including Self-Publishing Books 101: A Step-by-Step Guide to publishing Your Book in Multiple Formats. Shelley is the founder of Author Audience Academy and TrainingAuthors.com where she teaches authors how to write, self-publish and market their books. Shelley never really wanted to be an author. […]
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79: Improve Your Communication and Relationships with Neurolinguistic Programming – Tony Wrighton
Tony Wrighton is a personal development author and speaker, known for his work on Zestology. He has three books published with Virgin Books in 12 languages and is one of the country’s foremost experts on NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming). Tony is the host of top-rated podcast Zestology, where he interviews a wide range of experts in the field of health and personal […]
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78: Stacey Hall on Boosting Your Energy and Attracting Perfect Customers
Stacey Hall is the bestselling author of several books including Chi-To-Be where she shares her 11 powerful “Energy Surges” to get boost your energy and vitality. Stacey is a sought-after keynote speaker, trainer and coach, and she teaches entrepreneurs how to attract perfect customers. Here’s a few of the highlights from this week’s show: How […]
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77: Mind Hacking 101 with Sir John Hargrave
Sir John Hargrave is the CEO of Media Shower, one of the leading content marketing firms on the planet. John believes that useful, entertaining, mind-blowing content is the only way to build long-lasting web traffic, search rankings, and sales. There are no shortcuts. His new book Mind Hacking comes out in January, 2016. Here’s just […]
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76: On Writing Bestselling Nonfiction Books with Ghostwriter Michael Levin
As one of the most established ghostwriters in the nation, New York Times best-selling author Michael Levin has written, co-written or ghostwritten more than 100 books, of which eleven are national best sellers. He has also made contributions to the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Forbes.com, Politico, the Los Angeles Times, the Boston […]
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75: Writing for Hollywood, Big Publishers and Blogs with Greg White
Greg Cope White is a produced television writer. He also steps in front of the camera and hosts. The Pink Marine, his first book, just came out in November, 2015. His writing credits include HBO’s Dream On, Norman Lear’s The Powers That Be and 704 Hauser, Fox’s Life With Louie, Sony’s animated series Jumanji, and […]
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74: Creating a Career through Writing, Speaking and Training with Bestselling Author Chip Bell
Chip R. Bell is the bestselling author and co-author of more than 20 books. In 2015, Global Gurus ranked him the #1 keynote speaker in the world on customer service for the second year in a row. Chip was a highly decorated infantry unit commander in Vietnam with the elite 82nd Airborne. He has appeared […]
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73: Copyrights and Law Every Author Should Know with Brock Shinen
Brock Shinen launched his law practice in 2003 and specializes in Intellectual Property, Entertainment and Business. He’s one of the few lawyers who’s also an entrepreneur and author, so he has first-hand experience dealing with the same legal questions you and I have. Brock was working in the music industry when he became interested in […]
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72: How to Get Massive Traditional Media Exposure for Your Book with Maryann Reid
Maryann Reid is an award-winning author and social commentator. She has been featured by countless media outlets including USA Today, Essence, Glamour, The CBS Early Show, and The Wendy Williams Experience. Maryann has been profiled in The New Yorker, Newsweek, Oprah.com, and NBC Nightly News for her innovative approach to life and solving its complex issues. […]
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71: Turning Your Life and Company Around Starts with Culture – Hung Pham’s Inspiring Story
Hung Pham is an entrepreneur and author in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is the founder of Culture Summit, a conference focused on building strong cultures that lead to great companies. In his books, Hung provides simple, easy to follow, actionable plans for improving many areas of your life including health, fitness, work and personal relationships. […]
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70: Ebook Promotion Sites and Pricing Analysis with Ferol Vernon
Ferol Vernon is the COO of Written Word Media. The company helps connect readers with their next great read and provides a powerful ad platform for authors and publishers. Ferol is a tech genius, and he’s worked on all kinds of technology from medical simulators to web and mobile based products for musicians, authors and artists. Ferol started creating websites at night […]
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69: An Inspiring Publishing Success Story with Fiction Author KC Dyer
KC Dyer’s seventh book, Finding Fraser, a romantic comedy for grown-ups, has become a runaway bestseller, selling more than 40,000 copies in just two months. Right now, KC is in the middle of her book tour, so I brought her on the show to find out how she suddenly became an “overnight” success and what […]
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68: Building Your Brand Online with Robin Waite
Robin Waite is Business Strategy Expert and co-founder of a successful Online Strategy Agency in the UK. He has helped over 200 businesses create change and growth within their organisation since 2004. Robin has personally taught Business, Online Marketing and Social Media Strategy to over 1,000 business owners. Robin now specializes in creating growth and scalability for established businesses with over £500k+ […]
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67: Adrienne Dorison on Creating Habits for Success and Explosive Sales Growth
Adrienne Dorison has a Master’s Degree in Forest Economics and extensive experience working in Supply Chain Management. She had a successful corporate career at a Fortune 500 company when she suddenly decided to take the leap and start her own business cold turkey. She’s now a sought-after thought leader and successful business coach and mentor […]
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66: Go for No! A Huge Self Publishing Success Story with Andrea Waltz
Andrea Waltz is a professional speaker, business author, and fiction writer. As co-author of the best-selling book, Go for No! Yes is the Destination, No is How You Get There, she is wildly passionate about teaching audiences how they can overcome fear of failure and rejection and reprogram how they think about the word NO! She’s currently working with […]
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65: Dr. Barry Sears on The Zone Diet, Nutrition and Natural Weight Loss
Dr. Barry Sears is the author of The Zone series of books on weight loss and nutrition. He is a Ph.D. biochemist best known for creating and promoting the Zone diet, which helps people eat a proper diet that allows you to achieve stable blood sugar levels, hormone balance, reduce inflammation, and reduce your risk of chronic diseases. Dr. […]
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64: Larry Gilman Master Business and Communications Teacher on Success and Fulfillment
In today’s episode, Larry Gilman, a successful actor, master business consultant, entrepreneur and speaker shares an important message for entrepreneurs, authors and creative people who want even more success and fulfillment in their life. Larry has been an incredible mentor to me personally, and in this interview he shares some incredible wisdom and advice for anyone […]
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63: Creating Prosperity for Writers, Personal Development and The Miracle Morning with Honoree Corder
Honorée Corder is a bestselling author, executive and business coach, and serial entrepreneur who helps people clarify their visions and turn them into reality. She empowers others to dream big and go for what they truly want. Her mission is to inspire and motivate people to turn their vision and dreams into their real-life reality, […]
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62: How Online Dating Can Teach You to Be a Better Communicator with Patrick King
Patrick King is a dating, image, and social skills coach based in San Francisco, California, and has been featured on numerous national publications such as Inc.com. He’s also a #1 Amazon best-selling author with the most popular online dating book on the market, and writes frequently on dating, love, sex, and relationships. He focuses on […]
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61: Finding Your Voice: How to Turn Your Unique Message into a Meaningful Business
Joel Boggess is the host of the ReLaunch podcast show, and the author of the #1 Amazon bestselling book Finding Your Voice: Sort Through the Clutter; Discover Clarity, Confidence and Direction. Joel is passionate about sharing fresh ideas, success tips and inspirations through real life stories. Joel is an expert at helping you connect to who you are at […]
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60: How to Get a Profitable Business Idea: 4 Steps to Creating a Great Business
Billy Murphy is an ex-professional poker player, entrepreneur, blogger and business coach. He’s the founder of foreverjobless.com, a blog for entrepreneurs. In today’s show, Billy shares some brilliant ideas for any author, entrepreneur or artist who wants to create a profitable business and avoid one of the biggest mistakes for a startup: starting a business […]
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59: Don’t Die With Your Book Still Inside You
Chris Kennedy is a bestselling Science Fiction and Fantasy author. He’s also a former naval aviator with over 3,000 hours flying attack and reconnaissance aircraft (basically, he’s a badass). We sat down with Chris for an exclusive interview, and he shared some powerful ideas and tips for any author who wants to build a platform […]
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58: How to Start a Digital Magazine Business
When Nathan Chan started a digital magazine business called Foundr Magazine, he never expected it would turn into a massive global business. But that simple digital magazine for iOS and Android became famous for curating helpful information for new and aspiring entrepreneurs. Using savvy outreach and pure hustle, he was able to land interviews with […]
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57: How to Deal With Stress: Life Lessons from Cancer, Divorce, and Stress Research
Lauren E. Miller is the bestselling author of four books including 99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Stressing Out. She is also a stress relief educator and founder of Grab & Go Stress Solutions. In this interview, Lauren shares some powerful tips and strategies for de-stressing and creating inner peace, purpose and success in your life. […]
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56: Starting a Successful Business: Learn from Failures to Succeed as an Entrepreneur
Ian Ippolito founded Rent-A-Coder and grew the company to millions of dollars a year in sales. That company became one of the leading websites in the world that connects businesses and entrepreneurs with high quality freelancers, contractors, and virtual assistants. Now Ian is ready to share his most valuable tips and ideas for success when […]
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55: Healing and Reversing Multiple Sclerosis and Degenerative Diseases With Dr. Terry Wahls
Dr. Terry Wahls is a professor of clinical medicine at the Carver school of Medicine in Iowa City. In today’s show, Dr. Terry Wahls shares her incredible story and journey of reversing multiple sclerosis and other chronic diseases with a healthy diet. Dr. Wahls has firsthand experience with multiple sclerosis. She was diagnosed with it […]
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54: Writing With a Partner, Self Publishing, and Finding Beta Readers with Betsy Talbot
Betsy Talbot is the bestselling self published author of several books including Dream Save Do about how she and her husband Warren were able to sell everything they owned and travel the world for four years living a nomadic lifestyle. In the book, Betsy shows readers how to travel the world and turn your dreams […]
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53: How to Create a Success Mindset and Get Unlimited Motivation with NLP
Andy Murphy started off in the business and marketing world. He got into real estate shortly before the real estate bubble collapsed in 2008. Since then Andy has reinvented his life. He’s been coaching people for several years on how to achieve success through designing your mindset for success. He helps high level performers take […]
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52: Writing Fantasy and Science Fiction Novels with Werewolves and Zombies
Chris Fox is the bestselling author of several books including No Such Thing As Werewolves. He works as an engineer writing and creating iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch apps. Chris started out as an Executive Vice President at a major mortgage bank until the Financial Crisis hit. He decided to switch to a customer service job, and […]
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051: How to Start a Successful Podcast and Reach Millions With Your Message with Daniel J. Lewis
Daniel J Lewis is an award-winning podcaster. He helps others launch and improve their own podcast shows by sharing their passion. Daniel also designs websites and offers one-on-one consulting. He speaks frequently on technology, social media, and theology. He also hosts a network of podcast shows including how to use audacity, a clean comedy podcast […]
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050: How to Write Better Historical Fiction with Bestselling Novelist Deeanne Gist
Deeanne Gist has rocketed up the bestseller lists and captured readers everywhere with her original, fun historical novels. With three-quarters of a million trade books sold, her awards include National Readers’ Choice, Book Buyers’ Best, Golden Quill, Books-A-Million Pick of the Month, Romantic Times Pick of the Month, Award of Excellence, and Laurel Wreath. She […]
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049: How to Get Better Ideas: The Secrets of Successful Authors and Creative People
In today’s show, David Favor and Tom Corson-Knowles talk about great ideas—how to find them, model them, and use them to transform your life and your career. David Favor is a self published author who knows quite a bit about technology and how the Internet works. In our conversation, we cover a wide range of […]
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048: How to Create a Lifestyle Business and Live Your Dream Life with Tyler Basu
Tyler Basu is the bestselling author of Lifestyle Business Blueprint, the founder and host of the Chatting with Champions podcast, and a sought after business consultant. Tyler’s journey began when he read the book Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, and he decided to follow Robert Kiyosaki’s path. When he was younger Robert Kiyosaki worked at […]
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047: How Writing Can Heal Trauma, Abuse and Emotional Pain with Elizabeth Garrison
Elizabeth Garrison is the #1 Amazon bestselling author of Wounds of the Father: A True Story of Child Abuse, Betrayal, and Redemption. Growing up, Lizzie suffered from physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, drug and alcohol addiction, and overwhelming feelings of shame and low self confidence. In today’s show, Lizzie shares her inspiring story of overcoming […]
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046: Online Marketing and Ancient Wisdom with Amish Shah. How to Build Million Dollar Businesses with Digital Marketing
Amish Shah is an online marketing legend, entrepreneur and philanthropist. In 2001, he started an affiliate marketing company online and quit his job just three years later. One of Amish’s companies made the Inc. 500 List of fastest growing companies. He’s sold several businesses for more than $1 million, and is a successful serial entrepreneur. […]
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045: How to Get More Book Reviews Without Breaking Amazon’s TOS with Heather Hart
Heather Hart is an international bestselling and award-winning author. She coaches to authors at TrainingAuthors.com. With the heart of an author, she enjoys working from home where she spends her time working on her next book, coming up with new and improved marketing ideas, and teaching other authors what she has learned along her journey […]
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044: Unleashing Your Creativity with Meditation, Spirituality and the Author Mindset with Michael Mackintosh
Michael Mackintosh is the bestselling author of several books. He is a spiritual entrepreneur, having created multiple successful businesses online. He’s a sought-after speaker, consultant, and trainer specializing in helping people unleash their inner artist and become incredibly creative and productive. Michael had some powerful experiences as a young man that propelled him into the […]
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043: How to Create Business Systems That Work Instead of You with Sam Carpenter
Sam Carpenter is the bestselling author of Work the System, a book many entrepreneurs consider to be the best book ever written on systematizing a business. If you’ve read The E-Myth or Think and Grow Rich, this book is right up there at the top of the list of books that every entrepreneur should read. […]
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042: UJ Ramdas on The 5-Minute Journal, Productivity and a New Way to Look at Publishing Your Book
UJ Ramdas is the author and creator of The 5 Minute Journal where positivity meets science. The 5 Minute Journal combines inspiring quotes, daily exercises for gratitude, affirmations, weekly challenges, and thoughtful questions that will help you get focused and be more productive. UJ isn’t your typical author. From the very beginning, he created The […]
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041: Kick-Ass Book Marketing Secrets Exposed with Mike Balmaceda
Mike Balmaceda is an author and online marketing genius. He helps authors sell more books and build a massive following of raving fan readers. In today’s show, Mike shares a few powerful marketing tips on how you can sell more books starting right now including: How to use Facebook ads to skyrocket your book sales […]
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040: Overcome Perfectionism and Exercise Your Creative Genius with Stefan James
Stefan James (Stefan Pylarinos) is the #1 bestselling author of several books including Life Mastery. As an entrepreneur, publisher, and high-level personal success trainer and coach, Stefan has achieved a lifestyle most authors and entrepreneurs only dream about. His company, Project Life Mastery, provides life-changing information, advice and tools for people who want to achieve […]
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039: Ari Meisel on Less Doing, More Living, and Getting More Done with Less Strress
Ari Meisel is a successful entrepreneur, consultant, the bestselling author of The Art of Less Doing and runs one of the world’s top blogs on productivity. Ari has become a renowned expert on productivity, automation, and efficiency for top entrepreneurs, CEOs, and business people. Ari’s Optimize, Automate, Delegate system has helped thousands of entrepreneurs create […]
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038: How to Be Incredibly Productive AND Have Amazing Relationships with Jordan Gray
Jordan Gray is the #1 bestselling author of several books including The Introvert’s Guide to Dating. As a relationship coach and consultant, Jordan is a pro at helping productive CEO’s, authors, artists, and entrepreneurs create amazing intimate relationships that fulfill them and bring happiness and balance to their life. Jordan has helped thousands of people […]
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037: Designing Beautiful Ebook Covers That Sell with Derek Murphy
Derek Murphy is the bestselling author of several books including Book Cover Design Secrets You Can Use to Sell More Books. Derek has a wealth of experience in the publishing industry as a professional editor, cover designer, consultant, keynote speaker, and bestselling author. In today’s show, Derek and Tom discuss what it takes to create […]
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036: How to Write Faster, Better and Love What You Do With Rachel Aaron
Rachel Aaron is the bestselling traditionally published novelist and author of several books including the Eli Monpress series, as well as one of my absolute favorite books on writing, 2k to 10k: Writing Faster, Writing Better, and Writing More of What You Love. Rachel always wanted to tell stories. But the types of stories she […]
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035: How Buck Books Can Skyrocket Your Ebook Sales
Matt stone is a best-selling author, professional blogger, and owner of Archangelink, a publishing company that helps new and independent authors succeed. He is also the owner of Buck Books, one of the top e-book promotion sites. Matt Stone began his publishing journey in college. He majored in writing, and was able to adapt his […]
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034: Transmedia, Story Engineering, and Other Lessons from the 2014 Willamette Writer’s Conference
Transmedia and story engineering were hot topics at this year’s Willamette Writer’s Conference in Portland, Oregon. Tom shares his key takeaways, insights, and lessons learned from speaking at and attending the conference. In the show, we discuss transmedia and the future of media. Content is the greatest marketing tool you will ever have, and transmedia […]
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033: The Ebook Revolution and the Future of Publishing Books
In today’s show, Tom Corson-Knowles shares data, facts, and insights into global ebook and print book industries and the future of publishing. If you don’t understand the numbers, it’s hard to make good decisions as an author or book publisher! Global print book sales are predicted by PWC to decline by over $10 billion by […]
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032: eBook Publishing Questions Answered from Formatting to Distribution
In today’s show, Tom Corson-Knowles answers your questions about self-publishing and book publishing. We cover questions about formatting, publishing, marketing, pen names, free vs. paid books, creating audiobooks, and much more. Q: Does it matter what font, font size, paragraph and margin settings I select when formatting an eBook for Kindle? A: Okay, so basically […]
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031: The 15 Habits of Highly Successful Authors, Writers, Artists and Entrepreneurs
Successful authors do things a little differently… In today’s show, Tom Corson-Knowles shares the 15 habits of highly successful authors and shows you how you can apply them right now to your own life to speed up your path to success. This podcast episode is based on the article Tom wrote called 15 Success Habits […]
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030: Hollis Carter Shares His Online Marketing System for Success
Hollis Carter is an online marketing superstar. As a product creator, marketer, consultant, and coach, he’s worked on several million-dollar online product launches. Hollis has appeared on Mixergy, Entrepreneur on Fire, Smart Passive Income, and other major podcast shows on online outlets for entrepreneurs. For the past few years, Hollis has taken his experience in […]
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029: Shoshanna Evers on Writing, Marketing and Self Publishing Romance
Shoshanna Evers is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author. She’s written several novels, novellas and short stories including The Man Who Holds the Whip. She has written in several genres including contemporary romance, romance, and erotica. In today’s show, Shoshanna shares a glimpse into her creative process and some of her top […]
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028: Steve Berry On Writing, Self-Editing and the Creative Process
Steve Berry is the New York Times and #1 international bestselling author of The Lincoln Myth and several other books. Steve has sold more than 19 million books and is a modern-day success story in the publishing industry. After Dan Brown’s novels took off in the early 2000’s, Steve was finally able to land a […]
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027: Grant Cardone Shares How to Sell, Use Social Media, and Get Your Message Out to Millions
Grant Cardone is the New York Times bestselling author of If You’re Not First, You’re Last and three other books. Grant is a foremost sales expert and businessman, often appearing as a contributor on Fox, CNN and all the other big TV and radio media outlets. He’s also a superstar social media marketer on Facebook, […]
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026: Adam Kosloff, the Writer on Fire, Shares How to Double Your Writing Speed
Adam Kosloff is one of the fastest writers on earth. He owns and operates a booming ghostwriting business for high-end clients like attorneys and doctors who want high quality books written quickly. He’s also a bestselling author published with TCK Publishing and a freelance writer for various businesses. In today’s show, Adam shares his top […]
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025: Teresa Rhyne On Going from Unknown Author to #1 NYT Bestselling Memoirist
Teresa Rhyne is a #1 NY Times, #1 Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author. Her first book, The Dog Lived (and So Will I) was traditionally published by Sourcebooks, Inc. In today’s show, Teresa shares her inspiring story of how she went from an unknown author to a #1 NYT bestseller in a […]
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024: How to Promote, Position and Market Your Book Online for Maximum Profits
Derek Doepker is the #1 Amazon Bestselling author of 50 Fitness Tips You Wish You Knew, Why You’re Stuck, and several others. Derek is a pro when it comes to positioning and marketing books, and coming up with brilliant titles and marketing campaigns that actually work (and don’t cost a ton of money). In today’s […]
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023: Michael J. Sullivan on Publishing Fiction Traditionally, Self Publishing and Hybrid Publishing
Michael J. Sullivan is one of the few authors who has successfully published his books all three ways—with a traditional Big Five publisher, with a small independent publisher, and as a self publisher. Michael is the bestselling author of the Riyria series and several other novels. In today’s show, he shares some inspiring stories and […]
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022: Getting Red Hot Internet Publicity for Your Book with Penny Sansevieri
Penny Sansevieri is the bestselling author of Red Hot Internet Publicity and founder of Author Marketing Experts. She has been preaching the importance of online marketing, blogging, PR, and internet-savvy marketing tactics to authors for over a decade and is a true pioneer in the world of online marketing for authors. Penny started her author […]
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021: How to Get Booked on Podcasts, Radio and TV to Sell Your Books, Products and Services
Stephanie Cobian is a top project manager of TVGuestpert, a media company specializing in helping authors, experts and thought leaders get booked on national media like TV, radio, podcasts and more. Stephanie helps everyday authors and experts turn their knowledge, ideas and stories into life-changing publicity and exposure by getting laser-focused on who your audience […]
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020: How to Get Booked on Radio and Become a Media Superstar Through Interviews
Jackie Lapin is the CEO of Conscious Media Relations, a public relations company that helps authors, entrepreneurs and artists in the fields of mind, body, and spirit get booked on national and international media. Jackie is revered for her skill at getting authors, speakers, and coaches booked through her network of contacts with over 2,000 […]
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019: How to Become a New York Times Bestselling Romance Author Self Publishing
Aubrey Rose is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of several books including Heartbitten, and she’s only been writing for two years! And, she’s done it all while maintaining a full-time job and social life. Who said it was impossible to become a bestselling author and keep a full-time job at the […]
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018: How to Earn a Full-Time Income Writing Books with Lindsay Buroker, Bestselling Fantasy Novelist
Lindsay Buroker is the bestselling author of Balanced on the Blade’s Edge and more than 20 other novels, novellas, and short stories. Today, Lindsay is ranked as one of the Top #100 bestselling Science Fiction authors on Amazon Kindle, and she’s earning a full-time income as an author. She works from home and loves it. […]
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017: How to Market Your Books with Online Video and YouTube with Montina Portis
Montina Portis is the bestselling author of YouTube Video Marketing Secrets Revealed and several other books. Her YouTube Channel SparkWisdom has over 20,000 subscribers and over 2 Million video views. In this interview, Montina shares her best tips for marketing your books, products and services using online video and especially YouTube. Whether you’ve never recorded […]
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016: How to Become a Full-Time Authorpreneur of Fiction and Nonfiction with Joanna Penn
Joanna Penn is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of several books including Business for Authors: How to be an Authorpreneur. Joanna writes and publishes both fiction and non-fiction. She is a sought-after speaker and lecturer at writers conferences, publishing industry events and online educational workshops. Joanna has been a full-time “author-entrepreneur” […]
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015: How to Distribute a Press Release Like a Media Expert
Dan Janal is the author of Reporters Are Looking for You! and is a pro when it comes to getting exposure in the media. Dan has been involved in the public relations industry for decades, and he’s one of the earliest entrepreneurs to use the internet for marketing back in the 1990’s (he even wrote […]
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014: How to Get 40,000+ eBook Downloads in One Week
Ameer Rosic is the bestselling author of Diagnostic Testing And Functional Medicine. He’s a functional medicine expert focusing on helping people get more energy, better health, and incredible performance. Ameer’s journey to becoming a successful indie published bestseller starts when he began to seriously research in the field of functional medicine with the idea of […]
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013: How to Blog Your Book and Build Your Author Platform
Nina Amir is the bestselling author of How to Blog a Book and several other books. She is a successful author, bloger, and speaker. In this interview, Nina will show you how to literally blog your book. It’s a quick, easy and much more fun way to create your first book in bite-size chunks one […]
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012: Free Marketing Tools and Tips for Entrepreneurs and Authors
Dan Hollings is an online marketing legend, having worked in the industry for more than 20 years. He’s one of the “original” online marketers, having started when the internet was in its infancy. Dan has masterminded hundreds of successful book launches and marketing campaigns. He helped create the strategy and tools for the launch of […]
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011: Finding a Literary Agent the Unconventional Way and Lessons Learned from Writing
David Kazzie is the author of Jackpot. He’s the creator of the viral videos So You Want to Go to Law School and So You Want to Write a Novel which led to a lot of attention from the publishing industry, and helped David land his first literary agent. In the interview, David shares his unique story along with […]
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010: Smart Marketing Tips for Authors to Increase Your Income and Influence
Michelle Booth, aka Michelle Campbell-Scott, is the author of Goodreads for Authors and several other books. She is an expert on marketing and promotional strategies for self published and independent authors. In today’s show, she shares some great tips on marketing and increasing your income as a self published author, including publishing your book in […]
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09: Building a Six Figure Freelance Writing Business at Twenty Hours a Week
Jason always wanted to be a writer. Some of his earliest memories come from when he was four years old pretending to write words on a piece of paper. He would imagine stories in his head and make marks as if he were writing. He would draw pictures to help convey the stories in his […]
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08: Self Publishing vs. Traditional Publishing: The Pros, Cons and Process of Getting a Book Published
Jason worked in the nonprofit space for 20 years. In 2008 he helped his wife set up a small home-based business. She designed and produced clothing for dolls and sold them on eBay. They got really good at selling on eBay for ultra premium prices ($200 for a doll outfit.) After 18 months she burned […]
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07: Why Audiobooks are the Future of Publishing, and How to Produce and Publish Your Own Audiobooks with ACX
Rob Archangel is a co-founder of Archangel Ink, an independent publishing services company. Rob has done the production, mixing and editing of audiobooks for clients and bestselling author Matt Stone. In this show, Rob shares how audiobooks can help you increase your income from your books by 10% or more, and how the future is […]
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06: Book Marketing, Publicity, and Finding a Traditional Publisher
Rick started his career as a producer in New York for WOR radio. From there he joined a company called the Planned TV Arts and he’s just started his 38th year in the publishing industry. He built that company up to the biggest publicity company for authors and experts in America and sold it to […]
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05: Turning Down a Seven-Figure Book Deal with Hugh Howey
Hugh Howey is the New York Times best-selling author of the Wool series. Hugh has self published all of his books except his first book. He has sold more than 2 million copies of his books as a self published author. Here is his story. Hugh took an unlikely path to becoming a best-selling author. […]
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04: On Writing, Self Publishing, and Earning a Living as an Author
Tom started writing poetry around age 10 and his high school English teacher encouraged him to pursue writing because of his talent. He didn’t think anything of it and chose to pursue a business school degree instead. During Tom’s college years he began to study personal development extensively. That’s when he came across Robert Kiyosaki’s […]
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03: How To Become a Top 100 Bestselling Self Published Author on Amazon
Steve Scott started out as a regular guy who just wanted to stay home with his family and work from home. He started his blog several years ago and was supporting his family on the income from his site with affiliate marketing and ads. A few years ago, Steve figured out how to self-publish his […]
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02: How To Master the Editing Process for Writers with Barbara Rogan
Barbara Rogan has worked in almost every area of the publishing industry over the last 30 years. She’s published nine novels, founded a literary agency, and a highly esteemed professional editor. Barbara has taught fiction writing at SUNY Farmingdale and Hofstra and also teaches online courses for writers. Barbara knew that she wanted to be […]
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01: How To Write a Bestselling Book Using The Four Bestseller Blueprints
Robin Colucci is a successful entrepreneur, author, and writing coach. Robin and I know that creating a bestselling book isn’t about marketing—it’s about the entire writing, publishing, and marketing process. And it all starts with your first book idea. Robin has studied some of the best-selling books in the world, the ones that have sold […]
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