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Nov 28, 2016

How does someone accidentally get famous? When they show up on a billboard - in Times Square - in her underwear. 

If that's all she did, Stacy Nadeau would be worth talking to. 

What if I told you that's barely scratching the surface. That Stacy Nadeau is all about building OTHERS up, having a support system, and how to...

Nov 22, 2016

Bruce Weinstein is a fellow speaker, a member of the National Speakers Association. He's also the guy I go to when I have a question about ethics. He has a PhD, and he lives in New York City.

In this episode, we talk about ethics, and character, and music. And we laugh some. And we share things that can help...

Nov 18, 2016

Lee Constantine has an interesting model with Publishizer: It's one part Kickstarter, one part independent publisher, and all parts making sure you can actually sell your book before you publish it.

I normally don't do episodes where I just talk about a product or service, but this is special. If you are thinking about...

Nov 8, 2016

Pam Thomas is one of the first people I met online, 10 years ago. We've hung out a few times in person too, and to say she is easy to learn from and be friends with is an understatement. She's coached me formally and informally a LOT over the past 10 years, and while she kicks my brain (and backside) with her...

Nov 3, 2016

Michael F. Johnson is an author, a podcaster, an expert in the book publishing world, and one of my favorite mentors. Each week, his podcast Common Sense Comments, makes me think about business in a new way, in 4 minutes or less. 

His book Kill the First Tiger is the fastest book I have ever read. Each chapter takes...