How can you craft a talk, deliver dynamically, and book a spot on the TED stage? If you have a purpose in your business and stories to share with the world, this is the episode … Keep Reading
180: Speaking on Stage Advice from the Fear-Blasting, Storytelling TEDx Talk Maven Johanna Walker
Is communicating your message on stage one of your goals or dreams? Then this week’s guest has amazing tips just for you! She’s a seasoned speaker and speaking coach who is passionate about helping all … Keep Reading
178: 9 Spots to Get Social Proof That Your Book Hit Bestseller on Amazon [Featuring Bestselling Author Client Mark Wills]
Wanna see what it looks like to be a #1 bestselling author on your launch day? I pull back the curtain!
Read (and watch) below for the 9 spots to look for proof you … Keep Reading
177: 4 Super Special Announcements / Milestones / Business Lessons Learned [Hint: I’m Preggo + Happy 3 Year Podcast Anniversary]
Speeeeeecial announcements, milestones, and business lessons learned to share with you! This is a fun and personal quick episode.
#1: Big Big Announcement: I’m preggo!
I actually found out that I was pregnant in … Keep Reading
176: Thought Leadership Through Speaking, Books, and Your Core Mission with Daria Vodopianova
Would you love to attract and engage your ideal clients? Or how you can be an expert in your niche with your one core idea! Our guest today will offer you all the insights on … Keep Reading
175: Reading and Profiling Faces for Better Communication and Business Growth with the Celebrity Profiler Alan Stevens
Can there be a use for profiling to better understand yourself, your clients, customers and business associates? How can we use clues about a person to improve our communication with them in writing? We dive … Keep Reading
174: How Long Should My Copy, Blog, Book, or Writing Be? – Quick Copy Tip
The great copywriter Ray Edwards said at SMMW19 this past March, “There is no copy that is too long – there is only copy that is too boring.”
I agree 1000%.
People often … Keep Reading
172: How to Write and Deliver a Great Introduction on Stage (Lessons Learned from Being an Emcee at Social Media Marketing World 2019)
Another quick tip episode for you today…I’ll keep it pithy and productive for you!
You never know when one introduction can lead to great things!
Writing introductions are important for many cases:
- Introducing guests on
171: 100,000!!! Pride, Shame, and Gratitude – The Psychology and Danger of Comparing Yourself to the Success of Others
Today’s episode is a special solo one for you! I have 100,000 thanks to give, so have a listen!
I have reached 100,000
Part of me feels shame at the number.
My friends … Keep Reading
170: Elegant Tension: The Psychology of Communication Through Professional Photography with Jason Malouin
Does copy, psychology, and… photography …really overlap???
Spoiler Alert: YES!
Special guest Jason Malouin shares how to capture the visual communication of an experience in a photo and how that relates to your copy and … Keep Reading
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