Episode 191 – Your Business, Your Book with Ginny Carter

Episode 191 - Your Business, Your Book with Ginny Carter

When you write business books for a living, writing your own brings an unexpected problem: ‘Sometimes I thought it was quite outrageous, in fact: Hang on a minute, nobody’s paying me to do this, how can that be?‘ But Ginny Carter discovered that she was richly rewarded as she took…

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Episode 183 – Free Range Humans with Marianne Cantwell

Episode 183 - Free Range Humans with Marianne Cantwell

Writing a book is rocket-fuel for your profile, of course. But what happens five years later, when your thinking and your business have moved on and your book just won’t stop selling? That’s where Marianne Cantwell, author of Be A Free Range Human: Escape the 9-5, Create a Life You…

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Episode 181 – Improv and business with Norm Laviolette

Episode 181 - Improv and Business with Norm Laviolette

If you need some encouragement to write in your own voice, this could be just what you need. Norm Laviolette could have called his book Developing a Creative Mindset: instead, he stayed true to his roots and wrote The Art of Making Sh!t Up.  In this conversation we discuss finding…

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Episode 141 – Lead Like a Coach with Karen Morley

Episode 141 - Lead Like a Coach with Karen Morley

Karen Morley knew there’d be no problem writing about the principles of leading like a coach, and she found it relatively easy to structure her ideas and practice into a methodology. But how to bring that alive for a reader? The answer of course was to use stories, and Karen…

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Episode 44 – Using stories with Martin Goodyer

‘Anyone can read those things, whether they’ve met me or whether they haven’t and go, “Yeah, that’s about me,” because the stories are relevant to so many people.’ Coaching psychologist Martin Goodyer has a very simple idea he wants to get across to as many people as possible: we can…

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