We live in the world of podcasts, don't we? The word is spoken thousands of times a day. Different shows are mentioned hundreds, if not thousands, of times a day. If you don't have a podcast, you better be appearing on podcasts. If you aren't, you are invisible.
It takes courage to be vulnerable and authentic to the whole world. When I meet people who say to me, "Everyone says I should write a book," I nod and ask, "What's holding you back?" Usually, they are overwhelmed by the concept. And, of course, all that writing.
...video is flexible. It can go anywhere. It allows you to show up looking great because, after all, you didn't just create it in your pajamas, did you? Ok, maybe you did. Maybe that's who you are. But even then, there are things you can and should do to look good on camera. To make that first impression.
You’re intent. Focused. You know what you need to do. You have your schedule for the day and you’re close to completing your top 3 tasks… all of which involve writing, writing, writing; or, shall we say, creating, creating, creating.
Innovate. Give your book idea serious attention. Be that author who cares so much about his audience, you put your best effort into your book.
Having developed a resilient shift in mindset Tony saw opportunity where others experienced trauma. He saw an important, unmet need in the marketplace, which became his catalyst to serve others who were drifting along without an answer to their worry and dissatisfaction.
More in tune with being a true entrepreneur, however, Josh and some friends of his decided to sell candy and drinks to their classmates. I'm not sure how old he was at this time, but old enough to know he could make a profit
Then, she says, you research. But, don't get lost in the research - you'll never accomplish anything if all you do is spend time researching.
In fact, she believes she got spiritual guidance in her quest to find her father, and the long-lost relatives from that side of her family. People she had been separated from for more than 40 years. Talk about synchronicity! Talk about the stars lining up. Talk about something that was meant to be! Get the book and learn what I mean by all of that.
As a content marketing strategist for coaches, consultants, and speakers worldwide, Melanie is on a mission to support and empower her clients to create clear messaging and content that shines a light on their individuality, skillset, and books. And she starts with herself. She shines like a million sunny afternoons at the park.
A former high school math teacher turned tech-preneur - which we discuss later on in the video. Her insight into teaching comes honestly, from her mother who was a math teacher also. Parchelle is also an education design architect and video producer with a Master's in Curriculum & Instruction from Virginia Tech. Her journey to working with authors on their book content is an interesting one - watch and learn.