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Author Factor: Notable Nonfiction Books

The Author Factor is the premier podcast for business owners, entrepreneurs, and corporate leaders dedicated to exploring the transformative power of nonfiction book writing, book publishing, and book marketing. Whether you're a first-time author or a seasoned publishing pro, you will discover invaluable nonfiction book writing, publishing, and marketing insights on every episode. Learn how to avoid critical mistakes, build a loyal following of readers, and harness your nonfiction book as the ultimate tool for expanding your reach, reinforcing your expertise, and driving new business opportunities.Hosted by Mike Capuzzi, a 30+ year expert in marketing , author of 20 non fiction books and non fiction book publisher, this podcast offers a unique platform for sharing the remarkable stories and strategies of notable nonfiction authors whose works have significantly impacted their personal success, their businesses, and the lives of their readers.Each week, The Author Factor explores the heart of nonfiction publishing, bringing you face-to-face with authors who have mastered the art of turning expertise and insights into compelling books that captivate, educate, and inspire action. Guests are carefully selected for their profound contributions to their respective fields, their innovative approaches to nonfiction writing, and their proven ability to leverage their books for greater influence and business growth.Join us as we uncover the secrets behind successful nonfiction book publishing, from the initial concept to the writing process, from marketing and branding to the strategic use of a book as a tool for exponential business and personal brand development. Mike brings his extensive experience and passion for non-fiction to the table, facilitating insightful conversations that are packed with actionable advice and real-world wisdom.Listeners will gain exclusive insights into:- The journey of crafting a must-read nonfiction book that resonates with audiences and stands out in a crowded marketplace.- Effective book marketing strategies for building and engaging a loyal readership, including social media tactics, content marketing tips, and networking secrets.- The dos and don'ts of nonfiction publishing, as shared by authors who have navigated the pitfalls and peaks of the industry.- Innovative ways to use your nonfiction book as a powerful marketing tool to elevate your brand, attract new business opportunities, and establish yourself as a thought leader in your field.Listeners will also learn valuable tips about:How to write a non-fiction book.Non-fiction book cover design.Storytelling in non-fiction.Book launch strategies.Book marketing strategies.Author branding. Author websites.Social media for authors.Getting book reviews. Amazon bestseller strategies.And much more!If you're ready to unlock the true "author factor" in your business - and enjoy the accountability, influence, and explosive growth that comes with it - this is the podcast for you. Get ready to get inspired, get motivated, and take massive action on your nonfiction publishing goals. The Author Factor is here to be your guide.

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Doug "Odie" Slocum: Violent Positivity
On episode #232 of The Author Factor Podcast, I am having a conversation with nonfiction book author, Doug "Odie" Slocum. Doug, a retired Brigadier General, spent 35 years in the Air Force and Air National Guard. He commanded the 127th Wing to national acclaim and piloted over 4100 hours in America's fiercest fighters. Recently, Doug published his first book, Violent Positivity, sharing his people-centric leadership journey.Doug's book, Violent Positivity, is a compelling read filled with inspiring stories and lessons. One significant reason listeners will find the book interesting is Doug's unique approach to leadership, which he calls "violent positivity." This concept emphasizes passionate, enthusiastic leadership and has proven effective in transforming stressed organizations into award-winning teams.Learn more about Doug by visiting ViolentPositivity.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
24:13 6/13/24
Kelsey Gilbert-Kreiling: Squarespace From Signup to Launch
On episode #231 of The Author Factor Podcast, I am having a conversation with nonfiction book author Kelsey Gilbert-Kreiling. Kelsey is a digital disruptor and the visionary author behind the book "Squarespace: From Signup to Launch." She co-founded the innovative agency Week of the Website and has built over 800 Squarespace sites, helping entrepreneurs carve their digital paths.Her book, "Squarespace: From Signup to Launch," serves as a comprehensive guide for users of the platform. One big reason listeners will find Kelsey’s book interesting is that it not only covers the technical aspects of building a website but also incorporates valuable insights from other industry experts, making it an indispensable tool for anyone looking to grow their digital presence.Learn more Kelsey Gilbert-Kreiling about by visiting WeekoftheWebsite.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
27:09 6/6/24
Drew Hannush: The Lost History of Tennessee Whiskey
On episode #230 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with nonfiction book author, Drew Hannush. Drew is a whiskey historian, whiskey podcast host, and an Amazon bestselling author of three engaging books on whiskey. With a background in web design, Drew transitioned into whiskey writing and podcasting, turning his passion for travel and spirits into a successful new career.Drew's latest book, *The Lost History of Tennessee Whiskey,* is a compelling dive into a lesser-known chapter of American whiskey lore. Listeners will find this book especially interesting for its rich storytelling and the way it weaves in historical facts with engaging narratives, offering a unique perspective on Tennessee's distilling heritage.Learn more about Drew Hannush by visiting Whiskey-Lore.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
25:38 5/30/24
William Yeske: Damn the Valley
On episode #229 of The Author Factor Podcast, I am having a conversation with nonfiction book author, William "Will" Yeske. Will is a US Army combat veteran who served until 2018, despite being medically retired in 2015. He recently published his first nonfiction book, "Damn the Valley," inspired by his experiences in Afghanistan with the 82nd Airborne. Beyond his service, Will is an entrepreneur, running No Limits Marketing Group and serving as a founding board member of Rally for the Troops.Will's nonfiction book, "Damn the Valley," captures the resilience and bravery of soldiers through vividly recounted experiences, such as surviving a thousand-pound vehicle bomb attack. Listeners will find his book intriguing for its raw and authentic portrayal of the sacrifices made by ground soldiers in Afghanistan, highlighting their courage and dedication.Being a nonfiction book author has profoundly impacted Will, allowing him to document the untold stories of infantry soldiers and provide a voice to unsung heroes. This journey has not only been therapeutic for him but has also offered support and understanding to fellow veterans and their families.Learn more about William Yeske by visiting DamnTheValleyBook.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
36:53 5/23/24
John Hewitt: Founder of Jackson Hewitt Tax Service
On episode #228 of The Author Factor Podcast, I am having a conversation with John T. Hewitt. John is a legendary entrepreneur, having founded Jackson Hewitt and Liberty Tax, two of the largest tax preparation companies in the United States. With over 55 years of experience, John has built multibillion-dollar companies and continues to revolutionize the franchise industry with his current venture, Loyalty Brands.In his bestselling book, iCompete: How My Extraordinary Strategy for Winning Can Be Yours, John shares the philosophies and strategies that propelled him to success. One big reason listeners will find John's book interesting is his candid recounting of both triumphs and mistakes, offering practical lessons and inspiration for aspiring business leaders and entrepreneurs.Learn more about John Hewitt by visiting LoyaltyBrands.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
25:10 5/16/24
Debbie Weiss: On Second Thought, Maybe I Can
On episode #227 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with nonfiction book author and podcaster, Debbie Weiss. Debbie is not only a seasoned entrepreneur but a new voice in the world of memoir writing, having transitioned from a diverse career in finance and insurance to becoming an author. Her journey reflects a rich tapestry of life experiences and personal evolution.Debbie’s book, "On Second Thought, Maybe I Can," provides readers with a deeply personal narrative that is both empowering and relatable. It appeals to anyone who believes it might be too late to change their life’s direction. Her story beautifully illustrates that meaningful change is possible at any stage of life, making it a compelling read for anyone facing their own crossroads.Learn more about Debbie by visiting DebbieRWeiss.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
23:23 5/9/24
James I. Bond: Brain Glue
On episode #226 of The Author Factor Podcast, I am having a conversation with nonfiction book author James I. Bond. Despite the coincidence of sharing a name with a famous spy, James has carved out his own impressive niche in the world of marketing and communication. With a background rich in behavioral management, Jim has been at the forefront of developing innovative strategies to make marketing messages stick. His book (which I highly recommend), "Brain Glue," explores the crucial role of capturing and maintaining consumer attention in today’s saturated markets. One compelling aspect covered in the book is how the strategic use of language patterns can significantly enhance the effectiveness of communication. This book promises to reveal secrets that will make any message unforgettable and is a must-read for anyone looking to leave a lasting impact through their words.Learn more by visiting YesBrainGlue.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
38:25 5/2/24
Sonny Moyers: The Architecture of the Real Estate Practice
Meet Sonny Moyers, a titan in the Texas real estate scene and the author of the nonfiction book, "The Architecture of the Real Estate Practice."On episode #225 of The Author Factor Podcast, I am having a conversation with nonfiction book author Sonny Moyers, a prominent figure in the Texas real estate landscape. Sonny's nonfiction author journey has crystalized 50 years of hard-earned expertise, becoming an indelible part of his legacy. Publishing "The Architecture of the Real Estate Practice" has not only cemented his status as a thought leader but has been a transformative avenue to share his innovative methodologies, aiming to uplift aspiring agents and seasoned brokers alike."The Architecture of the Real Estate Practice" isn't just a book — it's a comprehensive masterclass in building a resilient real estate career, underscored by Sonny's own success stories. Listeners will find the integration of QR codes linked to ingrained educational videos especially intriguing, a testament to the book's depth and Sonny's dedication to reader engagement and value.Learn more about Sonny Moyers by visiting SonnyMoyers.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
28:10 4/25/24
Nick Hutchison: Rise of the Reader
On episode #224 of The Author Factor Podcast, I am having a conversation with Nick Hutchinson, the brainchild behind Book Thinkers, a digital marketing agency for book lovers that bridges the gap between authors and their readers.  Nick is also the author of the nonfiction book, "Rise of the Reader."In "Rise of the Reader," Nick presents a compelling blueprint for revolutionizing your reading habits. The book stands out with its actionable strategies to transform passive reading into a dynamic learning experience. What listeners will find particularly captivating is the concept of setting a SMART goal for each book they read—a simple, yet powerful tool that promises to elevate their reading journey exponentially.The impact of being an author has profoundly shaped Nick's career and identity. For him, publishing "Rise of the Reader" wasn't just about sharing his passion—it was the ultimate assertion of credibility and the manifestation of his wisdom into a legacy. Nick's book authorship has fortified his speaking engagements, enhanced his business services, and most importantly, offered life-altering insights to readers globally.Learn more about Nick Hutchison by visiting BookThinkers.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
24:31 4/18/24
Book Marketing and Book Funnels with Chris Benetti
On episode #223 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with the founder of Smart Author Media, Chris Benetti. Hailing from Perth, Western Australia, Chris is an expert in book marketing who leverages his engineering background for tactical, results-driven strategies. He's known for transforming non-fiction authors into notable moneymakers through their books.While Chris is not a nonfiction book author (yet), his expertise and experience working with nonfiction book authors to help them sell or give away more books makes this a must-listen to episode if you are looking to generate more from your own book. Here are 3 important tips Chris shared:Leverage Your Authority: Chris underscores the immense value of a book as a credibility tool for business leaders. Having a published book elevates your expertise and distinguishes you from the competition, making it the ultimate authority-building asset.Scale with Smart Advertising: Chris emphasizes the scalability and efficiency of advertising for book promotion, suggesting that it's the optimal way to distribute your book widely without the time-intensive endeavors like tours and interviews. Paid advertising allows for targeted, scalable book exposure that can significantly outdo organic reach.Patience Pays Off: The conversation highlights the need for a long-term strategy in book marketing. Immediate sales are great, but the real success is found in nurturing leads over time through strategic follow-ups and funnel sequences, turning readers into recurring clients and fostering sustained business growth.Learn more about Chris Benetti  by visiting SmartAuthorMedia.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
29:27 4/10/24
Fight For Your Best Life: Empowerment Through Protection with John Brewer, Jr.
On episode #222 of The Author Factor Podcast, I am having a conversation with John Timothy Brewer, Jr. His remarkable background as a special forces veteran and founder of Shield and Spear Consulting Group gives him a unique insight into the world of self-defense. With his new book, "Fight For Your Best Life," John combines a decade of high-stake environments experience with everyday practical safety strategies.This book is not your average self-defense manual. It's a larger call to empowerment through mastering the mind and body. One big reason our listeners will find John’s book intriguing is its foundation on Maslow's hierarchy of needs. John creatively uses this as the spiritual motivation behind his message, intertwining the importance of safety with achieving one's fullest potential.Learn more about John by visiting MindShieldandSpear.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
22:51 4/4/24
Never Quit on a Bad Day: Resilient Stories of Overcoming Challenges with Phebe Trotman
On episode # 221 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with Phebe Trotman, a Vancouver-based entrepreneur and distinguished athlete who has been inducted into several sports halls of fame. Phebe embodies resilience through her personal journey, a quality she brilliantly shares in her first book, "Never Quit on a Bad Day," which offers tools for overcoming challenges and fostering gratitude for life's journey.During the interview, Phebe emphasized the power of creating an advanced reader team to help get the word out about her book. She stressed the importance of building a community around the book and letting people know along the journey of writing the book, in order to create more traction and engagement. These strategies serve as valuable lessons for anyone looking to publish their own nonfiction book.Phebe's impact as a published author has been remarkable. With her book, she has inspired others to pursue their dreams and passions, leaving a ripple effect of positivity. The feedback and reviews she has received showcase the transformative effect her book has had on others. It's a testament to the power of sharing personal stories and motivating others to keep going, regardless of the obstacles they face."Never Quit on a Bad Day" serves as a shining example of Phebe's author journey. Listeners will find her journey interesting as she openly shares her experiences and the impact her book has had on others. Her insights and strategies shared during the interview provide a practical guide for aspiring authors who want to make a positive impact through their own nonfiction books.Learn more about Phebe Trotman by visiting NeverQuitOnABadDay.comFor more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
22:43 3/28/24
Stop Stretching: Pain-Free Living with Yogi Aaron
On episode #220  of The Author Factor Podcast, I am having a conversation with Yogi Aaron, an influential figure in the world of yoga. Yogi Aaron's unorthodox perspectives on stretching and flexibility, and his dedication to helping others live a pain-free life through yoga, make him a sought-after teacher and author. His latest book, "Stop Stretching," challenges conventional beliefs about yoga and offers valuable insights into maintaining a pain-free body through muscle activation.Yogi Aaron's journey and teachings offer impactful strategies for anyone looking to write a nonfiction book. His emphasis on challenging conventional beliefs and striving for a deeper understanding could inspire listeners to bring a fresh perspective to their own subject matter. By sharing his personal experience of the impact of muscle activation on his chronic pain, Yogi Aaron shows the power of sharing stories to inspire and educate others."Stop Stretching" is a must-read for those seeking a new approach to yoga and pain management. Listeners will find Yogi Aaron's author journey fascinating as it challenges traditional yoga practices and imparts practical knowledge that can improve the reader's physical wellbeing.Learn more about Yogi Aaron by visiting YogiAaron.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
25:15 3/21/24
Life-Changing Healing with Dr. Matt Archer
On episode #219 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with Dr. Matt Archer, a chiropractor and author of "The Protocol For Health, 7 Unexpected Solutions." Dr. Archer's journey into nonfiction writing began with a skeptical approach to manual muscle testing and applied kinesiology. During this interview, he shared a unique, effective system that simplifies health care and guides listeners to navigate the full spectrum of symptoms. He describes the sensible foundation of the protocol, underlining the importance of a clear baseline and simple muscle strength.Listeners will find Dr. Archer's author journey intriguing because of the unique perspective he brings to health and wellness. Through his book, "The Protocol For Health, 7 Unexpected Solutions," readers are enlightened with effective, alternative health solutions, challenging the norms and advocating for a simpler, clearer approach. Dr. Archer's book not only contributes to the health and wellness space but also exemplifies successful navigation through unconventional methods, making it an intriguing and insightful read for aspiring nonfiction authors.Learn more about Dr. Matt Archer by visiting TheProtocolForHealth.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
23:36 3/14/24
Demystifying the Science of Marketing with Lorraine Ball
On episode #218 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with Lorraine Ball, an entrepreneur, author, and professional speaker with 4 books to her name, including The Science of Marketing. Lorraine has dedicated her career to demystifying marketing for the everyday entrepreneur. Lorraine's impact is tangible and inspiring. From her early struggles with imposter syndrome to confidently offering her book as a testament to her expertise, she has exemplified the power of leveraging authorship in business. Lorraine's approach to using her book as a conversation starter and credibility builder serves as a valuable strategy for entrepreneurs looking to elevate their authority.During our conversation, Lorraine shared the significance of understanding the purpose behind writing a book and the strategies for using it to open doors for speaking engagements and attract prospective clients. Her insights on promotional tips, including the idea of sharing book chapters as podcast episodes, offer practical guidance for new authors.Learn more about Lorraine Ball  by visiting MoreThanaFewWords.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
23:37 3/7/24
Breakthrough Success and Extraordinary Results with Paul Lemberg
On episode #217 of The Author Factor Podcast, I am having a conversation with Paul Lemberg, a seasoned author and entrepreneur who has generated over $550,000,000 for his clients through his expertise in transforming small businesses into profit powerhouses. During this insightful interview, Paul shares his proven strategies for guaranteed business growth, a concept he calls the guaranteed growth method. His unconventional yet effective approach, outlined in his bestselling book "Be Unreasonable," challenges the norm and provides entrepreneurs with the tools to achieve extraordinary results.Learn more about Paul by visiting Lemberg.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
30:26 2/29/24
Understanding the Art of Process for Company Growth with Allen Edwards
On episode #216 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with Allen Edwards, the founder of Eureka Process, a company that helps design and lead companies with a human-centered approach focused on values, profit, and growth. Allen is also the author of the short, helpful book, "Process and the Other P Word," which provides a roadmap to revolutionizing a company's approach to people and processes.In the interview, Allen shared his journey from being an IT visionary to a leading expert in the managed service provider industry. Listeners will find Allen Edwards' author journey intriguing as he embodies the principles he advocates in his book. His experience of implementing process-driven strategies in his own business and leveraging the book as a powerful tool for client engagement exemplifies the impact nonfiction books can have on a business.Learn more about Allen by visiting EurekaProcess.comFor more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
18:33 2/22/24
The 5 Day Job Search: Land Your Dream Job Fast with Annie Yang
On episode #215 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with Annie Yang, a millennial finance expert and the author of the new book, "The 5 Day Job Search." In this episode, Annie shares her journey of impacting others by providing practical strategies for job hunters and those burdened by student loan debt. Annie's approach to job hunting is refreshingly efficient and pragmatic. "The 5 Day Job Search" offers a compelling approach for job seekers in any industry, with Annie's unique insights and witty style shining through. One notable insight from our conversation is how Annie has leveraged podcast guesting and plans to explore TikTok to market her book. This approach can inspire aspiring nonfiction authors to think outside the box when it comes to promoting their work, using modern platforms that resonate with their target audience.Learn more about Annie by visiting AnnieYangFinancial.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
24:05 2/15/24
Inspiring Young Adults to Achieve Success with Ahmard Vital
On episode #214 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with motivational consultant, international speaker, and author, Ahmard Vital.Ahmard has dedicated himself to empowering young adults to overcome adversity and achieve personal and professional success. His journey from a small town in Texas to becoming an impactful writer and thought leader is inspiring.In his latest book, "Now What? 5 Steps to Get Up and Create the Most Out of Life," Ahmard provides a lifeline for young adults navigating the complexities of maturity and success. His ability to connect with and impact the lives of others shines through in this book, making his author journey, and the strategies he shared, both relevant and valuable to aspiring nonfiction authors.Learn more about Ahmard  by visiting AhmardVital.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
25:54 2/8/24
The Curiosity-Based Approach: Improving Workplace Relationships with Dr. Julie Pham
On episode #213 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with Julie Pham, PhD, a beacon of inspiration who went from a Saigon boat refugee to an acclaimed author, speaker, and founder of Curiosity Based. In this episode, Julie shares how she self-published her second book, 7 Forms of Respect: A Guide to Transforming Your Communication and Relationships at Work, incorporating practical exercises and thought-provoking questions that revolutionize workplace interactions. Julie's journey from academic writing to self-publishing offers inspiring strategies for aspiring nonfiction authors."Seven Forms of Respect" offers a fresh perspective on communication and relationship building in the workplace. Julie's dedication to sharing her message through self-publishing and her unique approach to promoting her book make her author journey not only interesting but also an inspiring blueprint for nonfiction authors looking to navigate their own self-publishing path. If you are an aspiring nonfiction author seeking tangible strategies and real-world examples for your journey, this episode with Julie Pham is a must-listen.Learn more about Julie Pham by visiting CuriosityBased.com. For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
25:39 2/1/24
Turning Ordinary Habits into Extraordinary Miracles with Rahul Sharma
On episode #212 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with Rahul Sharma, a transformative figure who shares his inspiring author journey and impactful strategies for personal and professional development. Rahul, a former firefighter and HR expert, recently retired to focus on spreading his motivational message and helping accidental leaders navigate the world of people management.Throughout our conversation, Rahul shared valuable insights on turning ordinary habits into extraordinary miracles. His book, "Habits for Miracles," explores the power of mind talk and self-discovery. Rahul emphasizes the importance of analyzing oneself, practicing gratitude, and taking actionable steps towards personal growth.Rahul's impact on readers and his dedication to helping them unlock their true potential is truly remarkable. Listeners will find his author journey intriguing and inspirational, especially if they aspire to write their own nonfiction book. Rahul's strategies and experiences serve as a valuable guide for anyone looking to make a positive impact in their industry and create meaningful connections with their audience.If you are someone who wants to write your own nonfiction book, listening to Rahul's story can offer you unique insights into the process of creating a powerful message, resonating with readers, and positioning yourself as a thought leader in your field. His book, "Habits for Miracles," is a testament to his dedication to helping individuals overcome challenges and achieve their full potential. Through his practical advice and personal stories, Rahul's book serves as a valuable resource for those seeking to make a lasting impact with their own nonfiction work.Learn more about Rahul by visiting Habits4Miracles.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
20:38 1/25/24
Healing Trauma and Overcoming Adversity with Laura Renner
On episode #211 of The Author Factor Podcast, I am having a conversation with Laura Renner, a neonatal intensive care unit nurse and the author of the book "No, I'm Not Fine, Thank You." Laura's journey is marked by resilience, having overcome a traumatic brain injury and complex post-traumatic stress disorder, and through her book, she shares a raw and unfiltered account of her struggles and triumphs, offering a roadmap for healing the mind and body from trauma.Learn more about by visiting LauraFenner.me.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
26:45 1/18/24
Podcasting for Profit: Insights and Strategies with Dave Jackson
On episode #210  of The Author Factor Podcast, I am having a conversation with Dave Jackson, a pioneer in podcasting since 2005 and the mastermind behind the school of podcasting, boasting over 3,300,000 downloads. As an inductee into the Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame, Dave has shaped the podcasting landscape, launching hundreds of successful podcasts and becoming a sought-after voice in the industry.Dave's book, "Profit from Your Podcast: Proven Strategies to Turn Listeners into a Livelihood," offers invaluable insights into monetizing podcasts beyond traditional advertising. Listeners will find Dave's author journey intriguing as he shares his experience in leveraging relationships, opportunities, and various monetization strategies to establish a successful and profitable podcasting business.Learn more about Dave Jackson by visiting: SchoolofPodcasting.comFor more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
23:30 1/11/24
Bundle Your Brilliance: Transform Your Wisdom Into Profitable Online Courses with Nancy Giere
On episode #209 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with Nancy Giere. Nancy is a master of educational experiences, blending storytelling with humor to revolutionize interactive learning. With her new book, "Bundle Your Brilliance: Turn Your Expertise Into Profitable Online Courses," Nancy distills 30 years of frontline experience into a treasure trove of knowledge, providing a blueprint for turning expertise into engaging, actionable, and profitable online courses.During our conversation, Nancy shared insights on transforming wisdom into a profit-generating online course. As a nonfiction book author, she talked about her journey of accidental entry into the learning and development world and how she honed her instructional design expertise. Nancy's strategies, like using her book as an entree to connect with potential clients and leveraging speaking engagements, provide practical insights for aspiring nonfiction book authors.Listeners will appreciate Nancy’s journey and the impact her book, "Bundle Your Brilliance," has on those seeking to share their knowledge through online courses. Her experience and practical insights into turning expertise into profitable online courses make this episode a must-listen for anyone aspiring to write their own nonfiction book..Learn more about Nancy Giere by visiting NancyGiere.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
26:12 1/4/24
Rewiring the Human Brain: Insights and Transformative Strategies with Scott Warrick
On episode #208 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with employment law attorney, dedicated HR professional, and best-selling author, Scott Warrick.Scott's journey from legal expert to a fierce advocate for brain health is inspiring. You will learn from Scott's transformational strategies to rewire the brain, overcome challenges, and create a successful and fulfilling career. During the interview, Scott discusses the power of rewiring the brain and shares his experiences in transforming his son's life who was born with Asperger's autism. His story of resilience and triumph serves as an inspiring roadmap for anyone facing similar challenges. Scott also dives deep into the impact of social media and addictive phone use on our brain health, providing valuable insights and strategies for managing these modern-day challenges.His latest book, "Healing the Human Brain," Scott offers a roadmap to recovery and resilience, providing valuable insights on brain health and the impact of our experiences on mental well-being. Learn more about Scott Warrick by visiting ScottWarrick.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
29:36 12/28/23
Think Like Amazon: Leveraging Lessons in Innovation and Leadership with John Rossman
On episode #207 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with John Rossman, the mastermind behind Amazon's marketplace and the best-selling author of books like "Think Like Amazon" and "The Amazon Way." In this insightful interview, John shares his strategies for helping businesses thrive in the digital age. He emphasizes the importance of understanding the value proposition for the reader and effectively communicating one's message. His approach to leveraging the book as a powerful calling card and the long-term thinking behind the book's impact on his business mindset is incredibly inspiring.Listeners will gain valuable insights into writing a quality nonfiction book, building leadership for innovation, and leveraging it for personal and professional growth. John's focus on writing durable and evergreen content, creating consistency, and developing leadership within a business offers practical strategies for anyone looking to write their own nonfiction book.From clear communication to leveraging the book as a business card, John's journey and strategies are a goldmine of inspiration for aspiring nonfiction authors. Tune in to this episode to gain valuable tips on how to make an impact with your nonfiction book and lead with innovation in the digital era.Learn more about John Rossman by visiting JohnRossman.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
24:21 12/21/23
The Art of the Perfect Story and Business Storytelling with Karen Eber
On episode #206 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with author, international leadership consultant, and keynote speaker, Karen Eber. As the CEO and Chief Storyteller of Eber Leadership Group, Karen helps companies build leaders, teams, and culture one story at a time.Karen works with Fortune 500 companies like General Electric, Microsoft, Facebook, Kate Spade, and Big 4 Consulting Companies. She guest lectures at universities including the London School of Business, Stanford, and MIT, and is a frequent contributor to publications like Fast Company and Business Insider, TED, all Business, Chief Learning Officer, and USA Wire.Her new book, The Perfect Story, evolves the conversation on storytelling. She explains how to leverage the science of storytelling to create an engaging story. Without relying on complicated models or one-size-fits-all prescriptions, The Perfect Story makes storytelling accessible with practical and impactful steps for anyone to tell the perfect story for any occasion.Learn more about Karen by visiting KarenEber.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
23:02 12/14/23
The Mistakes That Make Us: How Failure Can Lead to Breakthroughs in Business with Mark Graban
On episode #205 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with Mark Graban, a consultant and three-time book author. An internationally recognized consultant, author, speaker and entrepreneur, Mark just published his latest book, The Mistakes That Make Us, which is a blueprint for turning setbacks into steppingstones. The single most important takeaway from this episode is the concept of embracing mistakes and using them as opportunities for growth and learning. Mark Graban discusses the importance of recognizing and reflecting on mistakes, both as individuals and as organizations, in order to cultivate a culture of learning and innovation. He emphasizes that mistakes are a normal part of the learning process and can lead to greater success if they are acknowledged, learned from, and used to make improvements.Learn more about by visiting Mark Graban www.MarkGraban.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
28:32 12/7/23
The 100 Mile Mindset: Overcoming Challenges and Achieving Success Through Resilience with Nate Bailey
On episode #204 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with former lieutenant in the US Army, coach, and bestselling author, Nate Bailey. Nate has published three books, including the one we focus on today, 100 Mile Mindset, which shares Nate's insights into leadership, personal growth, and his unique experiences running 100-mile races in 30 hours.Nate works with former athletes and military men to guide them to the life they have always desired without having to experience many of the pitfalls that he did himself along the way.The single most important takeaway from this episode is that Nate's own journey as a military veteran and successful business owner adds a unique and valuable perspective to his coaching, leadership teachings, and books. Learn more about Nate Bailey by visiting www.NateBailey.org.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
25:22 11/30/23
The 24K Life Code: Transform Your Mind, Body, and Bank Account with Derick Gant
On episode #203 of The Author Factor Podcast I am having a conversation with financial coach, speaker, and author, Derick Gant.A frequent guest on CBS, NBC, ABC, and Fox News, Derick knows a thing or two about leveling up your life. Whether it's mental, physical, or financial excellence you seek, he's your go-to expert. With 25 years of entrepreneurial experience, Derick recently published his first book, The 24K Life Code to guide you from mediocrity to greatness in clear, actionable steps.Learn more about Derick Gant by visiting www.DerickGant.com.For more details about our short, helpful book publishing program, visit BiteSizedBooks.com.
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