Listen in as 2 very dynamic individuals share their stories of using their careers to trigger becoming authors. What motivated them? What success have they experienced? Peter Bowerman had a solid career in sales and marketing. He began writing copy, turned that into a full time occupation, wrote and self-published his first book, The Well-Fed Writer. He followed that with TWFW-Back for Seconds. Four years ago he added a third: The Well-Fed Self-Publisher: How to Turn One Book into a Full-Time Living. He also generates revised editions of his The Well-Fed Writer books. Mike Pniewski has appeared in hundreds of films, TV shows, commercial and industrial films. This past season he had a recurring role on The Good Wife and appears in the upcoming season of Drop Dead Diva. Mike wrote When Life Gives You Lemons, Throw’em Back!: How to Create the Life You Want, No Matter What Comes Your Way.
You’ve thought of writing a book – someday. Today’s guests had that vision as well. All three have written their books. The youngest of the three guests has had his published and has expereinced amazing media success. Taylor LeBaron, a high school student, wrote Cutting Myself in Half: 150 Pounds Lost One Byte at a Time. He tells of his personal journey to fitness from weighing 297 pounds to attaining his goal of 145 pounds. Business women RuthE Levy and Kimberly Furr have each written a book for their grandchildren. RuthE and Kimberly will share what motivated them to write and how their grandchildren responded.
Publishing a book can attract ideal clients and today’s guest has done just that. Find out how organizing expert and consultant Jessica D. Chapman has used her book, “The Entrepreneurial Itch: A Practical Guide to Launching or Refining Your Business” to expand her business niche. Feedback from readers of her book has caused her to launch a new program and workbook, “9 Minutes to an Organized Office.” She coaches small business owners to grow their business and roll over any speed bumps to growth.