May 12, 2012
Freelance writing opportunities abound. Do you know where to find them or how to effectively pitch an editor? Charles Salzberg (http://charlessalzberg.com/) has authored over 25 non-fiction books, many articles for big name magazines, at least 3 fiction books, and a screen play. He shares ancedotes, insights, and advice for tapping into this ever growing market.
May 5, 2012
Earl Hadden and Jim McNeely share what it takes to sustain a successful small business. The Small Business Success Project is the brain child of Earl’s that calls for accountability on both personal and professional levels. Learn how to bench mark areas of your own life and be more successful.
April 20, 2012
Matthew Hudson, author of 7 Laws of Magical Thinking, discusses how creating connections between unrelated events is part of our everyday lives. We attribute successes and failures s to karma, avoid walking under ladders, and believe when we die we are going to continue living on in some form or another. Really interesting show!
April 13, 2012
Lauren Berger is the owner of http://internqueen.com/ and author of All Work, No Pay. She shares strategies for getting fabulous internships throughout the nation.
April 6, 2012
For four years, Dr. Deborah Tannen held the number 1 spot on the New York Times Bestseller List with her book You Just Don’t Understand Me. In this show we discuss how men and women, Northerners and Southerners, and others, communicate.
March 31, 2012
Personal and professional self-promotion is a necessity in today’s world and doing it naturally is an art form that will take you places. The Word Factory’s Margot Lester explains how to promote yourself without feeling icky.
March 23, 2012
Erik Deckers explains what social media is and how to use platforms like Twitter and LinkedIn. His books include: Branding Yourself, No B.S. Social Media, A great show for anyone trying to build a personal or professional on-line presence.
March 9, 2012
Frances Gravely of Vietri pottery explores how to turn your inspiration into a successful business.
March 3, 2012
Gaspard Louis shares his transition from wanting to be the next Bruce Lee to becoming one the world’s premier modern dancers. He discusses the importance of following your own path, why waiting to tell your mom about changing college majors from business to dance until after you graduate is a good idea, and how important it is to keep your word. A very fun and funny show indeed.
February 24, 2012
Want to know how today’s high school students are managing their schedules? This show explores how students balance and prioritize between, academics, extracurriculars, and friends.