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168: “How Do Writers Find Flow?” with David Brower and Gido Schimanski

Finding the Right Idea for Your Book “Flow for me is just that you’re completely trusting and confident that you’re on the right path. And sometimes that’s uncomfortable.” – Gido Schimanski Do you have multiple ideas for a book, but you’re not sure which one to choose? Are you wondering which is the best? Which …

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166: “Should I Really Write This Book?” with Sivonnia DeBarros

Navigating A Mission That’s Bigger Than Yourself “I defy mediocrity. And even if you are the person who thinks that you have it all, but you’re not really doing ‘the work,’ you’re living in mediocrity because you aren’t stepping up to the plate to do what you know you are supposed to be doing.” – …

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164: “How Do You Build an Audience for Your Book?” with Jan Koch

Using a Virtual Summit to Grow Your Authority Fast “This is marketing for your book, for your expertise, for the niche you’re in. And it doesn’t feel sleazy. It actually feels like value because you’re giving value to speakers, giving value to your potential readers, you’re creating authority. It’s a great way to start marketing.” …

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163: “How Authors Can Use a Book to Get on Stages” with Alexia Vernon

What’s the Best Way to Become a Paid Speaker? “For those who are looking to do keynotes, it’s important to think about who are the decision-makers who are booking keynote speakers for where you want to go.” – Alexia Vernon Last September, Alexia Vernon was dealt a massive blow: thyroid cancer. And she couldn’t escape …

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162: “How Do I Know My Writing is Any Good?” with Azul Terronez

Listen In On an Actual Coaching Session with an Author “You’ve got to turn off the editor brain because you’re judging yourself before the words come out.” – Azul Terronez Have you been staring at a blank screen, instead of typing “The End” on your book? Or maybe you’re still dreaming about writing, but you’re …

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