An interview between Lee LeFever and Rodney Flowers of the Gamer Changer Mentality Podcast.
Category Archive: Art of Explanation Book
Mike Rhode and I go way back and it was a pleasure to reconnect with him on the Sketchnote Army podcast and discuss communication, creative work, and explainer videos.
Heneka is such a fun interviewer. She's an accomplished entrepreneur who is also full of energy and positivity. I've included a quote and an audio snippet of the interview below. You can listen on the Entrepreneurial You Podcast.
Scott Riddell and I had a meaningful discussion about our story and Big Enough. As the name of the Soulfront podcast indicates, Scott is helping to share the soul of entrepreneurship and I think he does that with kindness and wit. Here’s the video of our discussion:
I love connecting with Donald Miller and this podcast episode shows shows why. He’s an amazing host and someone I respect.
BIG ENOUGH is being published via a partnership that’s like self-publishing. Below, I’ll explain why I made this choice, how it differs from traditional publishing, and why this option might become more popular in the future.
Shauna Swerland is the CEO of Fuel Talent, podcast host, and a very well connected entrepreneur, especially in Seattle. I loved being interviewed by her because it felt so personal. She asked questions I didn't expect that led places never guessed we'd discuss. The...
One the most powerful ways to get the word out about a new book is by appearing on podcasts. This was my strategy.
The post below was sent as an issue of my newsletter, Ready for Rain. 🤔 Who is Common Craft? I wrote this post to summarize our company and our role in it. If you’re curious about what we do, this is a good starting point. > Read the post ✍️ Indy Publishing and the...
Just before Big Enough went to the printer, I learned there were a handful of blank pages at the end of the book. The book designer asked if I’d like to use them for promotion or a section for “notes”, etc. It seemed strange. Couldn’t we just remove the extra pages? I asked my editor and she followed up with this article about printing books.
The post below was sent as an issue of my newsletter, Ready for Rain. When I was home with my parents for Christmas, an idea started to percolate. Over the last year, my mom’s health prevented her from checking email regularly and she wasn’t able to keep up with my...