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What You Can Learn from the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Improbable Comeback
June 24, 2016
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What You Can Learn from the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Improbable Comeback
After 52 long years without a professional sports championship, the basketball gods delivered the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy to the city of Cleveland in historic fashion. Down 3-1 in the best-of-seven series, Cleveland faced the impossible task of dethroning the reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors, who also set the NBA record for most regular […]
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Lessons I Learned from Michael Jordan
June 10, 2016
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Lessons I Learned from Michael Jordan
I was on the phone with my good friend Vidal Cisneros Jr. earlier this week. We were sharing work stories—he’s also a coach—and the lessons we were learning in entrepreneurship. The conversation shifted to how we were both going to be 40 years old soon, how we’re fathers and providers, and that we have to […]
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032: Things Every Writer Must Do w/ Zach Miller
June 8, 2016
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032: Things Every Writer Must Do w/ Zach Miller
Zack Miller is an entrepreneur, author and television/internet personality who has over two decades of business experience in starting, investing, advising, mentoring and growing over six hundred companies or projects. These companies have made millions of dollars, been publicly traded, hustled to six figures of annual revenues or failed and realized business isn’t for them. […]
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031: How to Write a Book When You’re Busy
May 26, 2016
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031: How to Write a Book When You’re Busy
Writing a book doesn’t have to be hard. We can get really intimidated when we think about word counts, especially when that word count is 50,000, the best practices length for a book. In this episode, we deconstruct word count to show how you can write a 50,000 word book in 30 or 60 days, […]
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030:How to Win at Book Festivals [Interview w/ Tasha Fuller]
May 12, 2016
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<strong>030:</strong>How to Win at Book Festivals [Interview w/ Tasha Fuller]
Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, or GooglePlay.   In this episode, children’s book author Tasha Fuller joins me again to talk about tactical grassroots approaches to marketing and promoting your book. She delves into: Thinking unconventionally about promoting your book based on its genre and topic How to network and sell your book like a guerilla […]
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Moving Mountains with Sasha Laghonh Interview: Breaking into Writing
May 4, 2016
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Moving Mountains with Sasha Laghonh Interview: Breaking into Writing
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029: 3 Ways to Figure Out Your Message
April 21, 2016
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<strong>029:</strong> 3 Ways to Figure Out Your Message
Deciding how to write your book and what that book will be about are perhaps the toughest tasks for writers working on their first book. When I was deciding on what I wanted to write my first book about, I went through a few different partial drafts before finding my voice and my audience. I […]
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028: Do Writers Need to Write Every Day?
April 7, 2016
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<strong>028:</strong> Do Writers Need to Write Every Day?
The top question that many writers ask is how often should they write? I recommend daily because I’m a firm believer in building lasting habits. Using weight loss as an example, if you were to ask your nutritionist, personal trainer or dietitian how long you should eat a healthy and balanced diet, you’d probably get […]
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Yvette Blaess
April 1, 2016
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Yvette Blaess
Yvette Blaess’ natural father broke camp when she was still in utero and left the family bootstrapping in a Georgia trailer park. Her mother juggled her military career, attended school and cared for Blaess and her sister. She eventually enlisted the help of Blaess’ grandmother to care for the girls while she rebuilt their lives. […]
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Sarah Balascio
April 1, 2016
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Sarah Balascio
Sarah Balascio is an art therapist at Williamsburg Counseling. She has shoulder length brown hair and a disarming smile. We’re sitting in Starbucks at a high-top table huddling over cups of coffee and talking about what an art therapist is exactly, and chuckling about the public perception of what people think she does for a […]