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ASP 84: Stephen Guise on Mini Habits and Writing Classic Books

 “Be the person with embarrassing goals and impressive results instead of one of the many people with impressive goals and embarrassing results.”  – Stephen Guise Stephen Guise is driven by his desire to find the most effective behavior change strategies. To help others maximize their potential, he has developed an array of unconventional, result-driven ideas. […]

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ASP 75: A Beginner’s Guide to Co-Authoring a Book

“I don’t know about you, but I’m wired for networking and co-laboring. I love team-work and prefer joint projects over flying solo.” – Frank Viola Steve and Barrie talk about co-authoring and how it works. Most authors spend a lot of time writing by themselves. Co-authoring is a great way to share the workload and […]

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ASP 74: Does Size Matter? How to Find the Right Length for Your Book

“Good things come in small packages.”  – Proverbs In this episode, Steve and Barrie answer a popular question among self-published authors: What the “right” book length? Steve reveals his word count sweet spot and how tracking book sales helps him determine what book length to aim for. What You’ll Learn in this Episode: How to […]

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How To Find Your Peak Writing State In 3 Simple Steps

Do you struggle to come up with “words” when you sit down to write? Sadly, this is something that happens to most authors.  We schedule a session, get our butt in the chair, but then end up feeling frustrated because we can’t think of what to write. Fortunately, there is a quick fix to this. […]

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ASP 59: Honoree Corder on Why You Must Write a Book

“Here’s the thing: The book that will most change your life is the book you write.” – Seth Godin Honorée Corder is the author of 20 books, including You Must Write a Book, Vision to Reality, and Prosperity for Writers. Honorée coaches business professionals, writers, and aspiring non-fiction authors who want to publish their books to bestseller […]

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15 Common Grammar Mistakes That Kill Your Writing Credibility

I love to write, but I’m not so crazy about grammar. Learning about words that dangle, split, and get misplaced isn’t my idea of fun. However, as an English major in college, I had it drilled into my head that poor grammar revealed laziness and a lack of respect for the reader. It’s the literary […]

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