Episode #136: Developing Your Exit Strategy with Ellory Wells

Hot to get from where you have to be to where you want to be

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This week, my guest is a guy with experiences that are probably not much unlike your own.

He used to be in a job he hated. Is that where you are? Are you stuck in what seems like a dead end and aren’t sure what to do to change it?

Then you need an exit strategy. And that’s exactly what Ellory’s new book dives into. In fact, it’s called Exit Strategy: The Exact Tactics to Transition from Where Your Have to Be to Where You Want to Be, and it’s out now!

We dig into the book in our conversation on this week’s episode.

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Episode #135: 18 Income Streams From a Single Book

With Author Kary Oberbrunner

Kary OberbrunnerI am supper excited about this week’s episode, mainly because I’m convinced it can change your life!

Former guest Kary Oberbrunner is back. Not only is he speaking today on the 18 streams of income you can generate from writing a single book, but he’s also agreed to share even more in a FREE 90-minute training webinar I’ll be hosting. 

When you register, you’ll snag some free resources right away. And, everyone attending live also gets a free gift.


Even if you’re already an author, you’re going to learn a lot on today’s episode and on the webinar. You see, Kary has created three six-figure businesses around his last three books. And, he wants to show you how!

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Episode #134: How to Carve Out Creative Space

With Amy Whitaker, author of Art Thinking

amy whitakerUp until a few weeks ago, I’d never heard of Amy Whitaker or her new book.

It’s awesome publications though like Success Magazine (I’ve been a subscriber since 2013) that have introduced me to new books and up-and-coming authors I might have otherwise missed. 

Amy’s new book is Art Thinking: How to Carve Out Creative Space in a World of Schedules, Budgets, and Bosses, and it officially releases today, July 5, 2016. 

Amy believes business thinkers can learn from artists and writers. To that Success Magazine says, “At a time when science, technology, engineering and math threaten to crowd the humanities out of American universities, Whitaker’s approach could not be more timely.” 

Her book lays out a program for cultivating art thinking, and “how to leverage creative failure into progress, inventions, and new products or services.”

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An Encore and Ad-Free Presentation: One CEO’s Quest for Meaning and Authenticity

A Conversation with August Turak

august turakAugust Turak is a successful entrepreneur, corporate executive, award winning writer, and author.

His book, which we discuss at length, is Business Secrets of the Trappist Monks: One CEO’s Quest for Meaning and Authenticity (Columbia Business School Publishing).

He has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, Selling Magazine, the New York Times, and Business Week, and is a popular leadership contributor at Forbes. And, he rocks!

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Augie, as his friends call him, shares how he defines career, leadership, and business success. Simply put, at the center of a great business and a great life is service and selflessness.

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An Encore and Ad-Free Presentation: A Conversation with Seth Godin

What To Do When It's Your Turn

seth godinThis is an encore and ad-free presentation of my conversation with Seth Godin, originally released in January 2015.

It has been edited since its original publication and is better than ever. If you’ve never heard it, you must. But even if you have, I think you’ll agree it’s worthy of a repeat listen. Not because of me, but because of Seth.

Since Seth and I first talked, he blogged about similar topics and even linked to Read to Lead in his post. Uh, yeah, I was thrilled to say the least.

If you don’t know his work, Seth is the author of 18 bestsellers that have been translated into 35 languages. His latest is What to do When it’s Your Turn (and it’s Always Your Turn). He’s the founder of several companies, a member of the Direct Marketing Hall of Fame and an influential speaker around the world.

He writes about treating people with respect, the changing economy and ideas that spread. Mostly, he creates projects, many of which end up failing.

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