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Creating Authentic Speaking Performances with Michael Port – CWP158 Subscribe to Content Warfare on iTunes. This is one of those episodes of Content Warfare where I have to work hard not to go all “Fan Boy” on the guest. That’s because we’re joined by Michael Port, bestselling author of Book Yourself Solid and new Steal the Show. If you’re a speaker, Steal the Show is an absolute must read.
Click here to subscribe on iTunes. The Freedom Journal Having crowdfunded my own book, Content Warfare, I was interested knowing why John Lee Dumas decided to launch his book, The Freedom Journal on Kickstarter. In truth, this is the very first question I ask John. Why? John Lee Dumas is an incredibly successful mediapreneur.
You are the average of the five people we spend the most time with. Jim Rohn – Speaker and Bestselling Author Want to get better at content marketing? If you believe Jim Rohn, the solution is to surround yourself with people who you trust and respect. I believe him. You should too. But nurturing a genuine relationship with thought leaders and high performers takes time.
Thinking about starting a podcast? Good decision. Audio, done right, can build an intimate relationship with your audience. The kind of relationship which transforms the casual fan into a disciple. But there is much more to success as a podcaster than hitting record. Every day, Amazon delivers another Blue Snowball to a budding thought-leader eager to share their expertis ...
Is your podcast boring? I’m being serious. Are you asking the same boring questions every other podcast host asks? If you are, your podcast is boring. Conducting a successful podcast interview is a skill you develop through practice. Intentional practice. The most popular podcast hosts were not blessed with an innate ability to ask intriguing questions. They practice.
It’s time for 2016 brand content marketing trends. January brings a sense of hope, a fresh start. That’s why we make resolutions, in the hope that we’ll improve in 2016. I like New Year’s resolutions, but then I’m weird. Now I know every thought-leader, in every industry puts trends out this time of year. That’s why I waited a week or so to deliver mine.