Public relations is one of the most powerful marketing strategies you can use in your business, in part because it is free, but more importantly because it gives you third party endorsement from the media, such as magazines, newspapers and radio shows. My guest this episode is Jill Lublin, an […]
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Where you hold your stress affects not only your voice, but how people perceive you. In the first episode of The C.A.P. Podcast, my guest, Cindy Ashton shared some exercises for improving the quality of your voice. In this video, you get a sample of what we talked about.
Can someone pull themselves up from trouble youth to valued member of the community? My guest on this special half-hour episode of The C.A.P. Podcast is Tom Nix, founder of Nix Check Cashing, who started as a low-rider on the streets of San Pedro, Calif., and grew up to be the founder of a valued and trusted institution serving South Central Los Angeles and surrounding communities.
During the show, we chat about his life, his business and his passion for what he calls Life’s Key Concepts. Much of what he has accomplished in life he attributes to one trigger: reading Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich. Applying the concepts he learned in that book, and other self-help resources he devoured after that book, he turned his life around and has become a successful businessman and contributor to the Los Angeles county community.
Tom believes that life is a journey or adventure, “and the best way to have a fabulous journey is to look at life as a great adventure, both the good times and the bad times.” He says that cultivating such an attitude will help you take advantage of the opportunities life hands you, as well as overcome the challenges along the way.
Have you been dreaming of becoming a full-time author? In the second episode of The C.A.P. Podcast, my guest, Bob Baker, shares some of the “secrets” to his successfully making the transition to full-time author — a goal he accomplished 10 years ago! In this video excerpt, you get a little sample of what we talked about.
If you’re going to build a sustainable entrepreneurial author business — become a full-time author — you need to be clear and strategic about the actions you take each day and throughout the week, month and year.
My guest on the second episode of The C.A.P. Podcast is Bob Baker, a full-time author who has developed a successful niche writing and speaking about music marketing and self-promotion for songwriters, musicians and bands. His books include 55 Ways to Promote & Sell Your Book on the Internet, Guerrilla Music Marketing Handbook, Unleash the Artist Within, Branding Yourself Online, and four other paperback books.
You might be surprised how much your voice affects whether someone works with you or not. In the first episode of The C.A.P. Podcast, my guest, Cindy Ashton shared some examples of this effect, as well as some exercises for improving the quality of your voice. In this video, you get a sample of what we talked about.
Your voice affects how people perceive you. Things you may not even be aware of, such as where you hold your stress and how you breathe, can positively or negatively affect your credibility, authority and message. My guest on this first episode of The C.A.P. Podcast is Cindy Ashton, a […]