I was recently interviewed on The Cliff Ravenscraft Show about my new book, Read This or Die. Since this book is, by necessity, so deeply personal, this interview was equally personal and somewhat challenging to get through. However, I felt that it encapsulated the message of the book so well, I asked for Cliff's permission to use the audio on my own show. My sincere thanks to Cliff Ravenscraft for making this episode possible.
A friend of mine recently gave me a not-so-subtle reminder that I am blessed to have a schedule full of things that I have chosen to do. She reminded me that I was complaining about things that many people are praying for. That changed things - Same schedule...Different perspective. That's what this week's episode is all about.
My Parkinson's symptoms are not something I can hide. I can't keep them under control just because I don't want anyone to notice. This is something I share with everyone I meet, whether I want to or not. But my diagnosis was the genesis of other symptoms that aren't obvious...Internal struggles that I haven't openly shared. Symptoms not specific to Parkinson's, but to any life problem that steals your hope for the future. This week's episode is about how I overcame those internal struggles - and how you can do the same.
Knowing what to charge is a struggle for most fledgling entrepreneurs - and potentially harder for woman (I know that is a cringy thing to say, but save your judgement until after you hear this conversation I had with an extremely successful copywriter - Dawn Apuan)
How can someone like me repeatedly generate more than a million dollars a year by writing words? This week, I'm sharing exactly how I dod it - including all the extras. Learn the three foundational principles to building ANY business.
Kevin Rogers spent years on the road doing stand-up comedy, now he makes his living as a direct-response copywriter. I had a chat with Kevin about his journey from playing comedy clubs with the likes of Chris Rock and Billy Gardell, to writing launch promotions for high-dollar clients. There are many parallels between comedy and copy; tune in as I explore them with someone who's been successful at both.
"If I only knew then what I know now." Who hasn't had that thought? Since time travel is not yet an option, this week we'll examine something more practical: What would your future self be asking you now? I have 5 questions that can help you become the future self you want to be.
I teach thought leaders, entrepreneurs, and business owners how to write the words that sell their products, services, and ideas.
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