#28: Chandler Bolt, CEO of Self-Publishing School, on the power of self-publishing

College dropout to author to entrepreneur, Chandler built products where he saw a need. In today’s episode, learn about self-publishing, how Amazon has disrupted the publishing space, and how Chandler generates leads for his Self-Publishing School.

#27: Kiki Von Glinow, Gen Z Marketing Expert, on understanding Gen Z-ers

Kiki held various roles at the Huffington Post and, among other things, developed a broad-picture view of the digitally native Gen Z-ers. In today’s episode, learn the characteristics of Gen Z and why this savvy group has such fine-tuned BS detectors.

#26: Vinnie Fisher, lawyer-turned-entrepreneur and bestselling author, gives tips on the foundational elements of influence

Vinnie is an expert team builder. In today’s episode, learn the thing influencers should cultivate every day and why you should prioritize influencer-building activities.

#25: David Meerman Scott, bestselling author of 10 books and real-time marketing strategist, on real-time engagement

One of David’s focuses is on “real-time” engagement, both digitally and physically. He’s an in-demand keynote speaker (with kudos from the likes of Tony Robbins). Don’t miss hearing the story of the time he spilled water on his laptop while on stage and what happened next.

#24: Tina Wells, CEO and founder of Buzz Marketing, reveals big picture trends

Tina’s research agency takes a macro perspective on emerging trends, then breaks it down to connect brands with influencers. Did you know the definition of “friend” changes over time? How influential are “friends” when it comes to decision making? What are the four trendsetter groups? Find out in today’s episode.

#23: Shari Alexander, expert in influential communications, garnered secrets from spies, hostage negotiators, and con artists

Shari recognizes the power of a clearly communicated, influential, persuasive message. Without that, no amount of software or hardware tools will help grow your business. Tune in to hear Shari’s tips for giving a charismatic presentation.

#22: Phil Singleton, author and SEO expert, poster child of giving to increase influence

Too many aspiring influencers ask for help, endorsements, or opportunities before they’ve given any real value. You’ve probably heard it before — give before you take. Phil gave of his time and talents to an influencer in his life, and it paid off, big time. Here Phil’s give-and-take story in today’s podcast.

#21: Ray Edwards, copywriter and communications strategist who has worked with Tony Robbins and Jack Canfield, on compelling copy

Ray worked as a copywriter for radio for 30 years. Now he helps copywriters become business owners. Tune in to hear the expert’s advice for how to avoid a common copy mistake and how to produce persuasive copy.

#20: Josh Bains, long-form content writer and ghostwriter, on knowing if book writing is for you

Josh believes in telling stories to build and engage your audience. Learn how the ghostwriting process works, why every influencer should have a non technology-related skill, and the sign that long-form content might not be for you.

#19: John Hall, author of Top of Mind, on why good alone content isn’t enough

John’s company Influence & Co. helps businesses transform their expertise into influence and take their company to the next level. Tune in to hear the essential ingredients needed for creating value.