Month: April 2022

On this episode of Authors Who Lead, Azul talks about this feeling of imposter syndrome, something that seems to plague a great deal of us.

202: “Why Authors Need Imposter Syndrome” with Azul Terronez

How to Know You Are Good Enough to Write a Book “Sometimes showing up to write is more about believing that you’re the right person.” —Azul Terronez In one of our previous episodes with Ann Maynard, Episode 198, she advises authors to be true and honest. This essentially means they need to be vulnerable on …

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200: "The Best Advice for Writers,” with Azul Terronez

200: “The Best Advice for Writers” with Azul Terronez

Authors Who Lead 200th Episode “Writing is a creative process. And creative processes allow you to actually grow and change if you allow it.” —Jadah Sellner For over four years, I’ve recorded a podcast every single week. I have not missed a single one. Putting out content consistently takes commitment, and I’m proud of that, …

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Azul talks to Tim about his new book, why and how to stop chasing the spotlight, and enjoy your work and life.

199: “Working with a Co-Writer or Ghost Writer as an Author” with Tim Schurrer

How to Stop Chasing the Spotlight “Our failures, the challenges, the roadblocks that we’re up against can actually be pathways to success.” —Tim Schurrer Tim Schurrer wanted to be the next John Mayer. But he soon realized he wasn’t selling enough records or concert tickets to achieve this goal and became frustrated. He then pivoted …

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