Mar 31, 2021
Citizen Kane is universally recognized as one of the greatest films of all time. Orson Welles and his collaborators created a masterpiece that was well ahead of its time in storytelling, cinematography, and special effects.
Yet for all its achievements, it's one of the saddest movies ever made.
On this episode, you'll...
Mar 30, 2021
If you’re of “a certain age,” you probably remember watching Bob Ross on his TV show “The Joy of Painting,” which he hosted on PBS from 1983-1994.
If you’re a little younger, you’ve probably discovered him on the internet, where he has developed an even bigger following.
Each week on his show, Bob painted...
Mar 29, 2021
1994’s The Lion King is one of the most beloved animated movies of all time. In case you haven’t seen it in a while, the story focused on Simba, a young cub in the pridelands of Africa. He is first in line to inherit the throne from his father Mufasa, a good and generous ruler.
But there is one thing that stands in...
Mar 28, 2021
Being a writer takes courage. And lots of it.
Why does it take courage? Because when you write, you put your words out there for people to judge and evaluate. You release your ideas into the world.
Sometimes those ideas will not be received too kindly by people. Sometimes they won't be received at all. Being a writer...
Mar 27, 2021
On this special bonus episode, Jeffrey Shaw shares his thoughts on “hug marketing” and why it’s such an effective strategy.
Jeffrey Shaw is a leading voice for self-employed business owners, and his top-rated podcast, The Self-Employed Life, is heard in 200 countries by 30,000 or so listeners a month.