In this interview, I talk with New York Times best-selling author and world-renowned speaker Andy Andrews about his new novel, The Noticer Returns.
We also talk about what it takes to tell a great story and why we all need a little more perspective.
Andy Andrews has been called “one of the most influential people in America.”
We all want to feel more like directors in our lives and less like spectators. We want to be the boss, not the victim. What if a cookbook could help you do that, to take back control of your life?
I recently had the opportunity to interview best-selling author Tim Ferris, and we chatted about this very idea.
I recently had the opportunity to interview Jon Acuff, popular blogger, author and speaker. It was an inspiring and motivating conversation, and I wanted to share it with you.
When I saw that New York Times bestselling author Gretchen Rubin was interviewed along with me for the Problogger Blogwise book, I thought I’d take a chance and see if she’d like to do an interview. Thankfully the day I emailed her, she was feeling generous.
One of my hopes for this blog is that it is a resource of knowledge for writers at all stages of their journey. In order to do that, I try to connect with as many authors, bloggers, and communicators who are willing to share their secrets of success. Here’s my interview with Gretchen…
Last week, I had a phone conversation with Charles Lee. Charles is the founder of Ideation, a creative consulting agency, and author of the book Good Idea. Now What? (which just came out this week).
As we were talking, I realized this was really good stuff for writers, creatives, and others who read this blog.
So I asked Charles some questions. Here’s my interview with him…