from the Blog
Does your bio tell a story? Or does it read like a resume?
Is there any personality in the words?
Do people get to know the real you?
Take some risks and put your heart out there when writing your bio.
I was advising an author recently about her book launch and realized that she was pouring all her time and energy into making sure this book was a success.
What’s the problem with that, Mike?
Well, books come and go. In five years, this book will be a memory, and at best, a nice backlist title. But if your book doesn’t elevate your platform and strengthen your brand, the priorities are mixed up.
Dreaming is all about what’s ahead… and often based on experiences.
Clients love in-person strategy sessions here in Colorado, but I wanted a way to help more people.
So last year I tried an experiment
I wrote a book about branding, and offered it at a conference where I was speaking. Scary, right?