Entrepreneur, Author and Lifestyle Coach Lisa Soloway on Your Book Your Brand Your Business

Entrepreneur, Author and Lifestyle Coach Lisa Soloway on Your Book Your Brand Your Business

I’m excited to welcome the exceptional Lisa Soloway to my show on Monday, June 18 at 5 PM Eastern. This multi-talented author, entrepreneur, life coach, and philanthropist will describe her entrepreneur’s journey, her passion for helping others to grow their businesses into profitable enterprises, and her work with foster kids, the homeless, and those at-risk and rescued from human trafficking.

Here’s a bit about Lisa:

LISA SOLOWAY is an entrepreneur, speaker, and contributing author of JOURNEY TO THE STAGE and her new book HOW BIG IS YOUR WHY? is coming out this year.  She also has a background in corporate training, businesses in child care, health and wellness, real estate investing and direct sales.  Lisa is also a certified speaker and trainer with  The John Maxwell Team as well as being in the Founder’s Circle of Nancy Matthew’s book and movement, THE ONE PHILOSOPHY.

She lives in Indialantic, Florida, with her husband, Peter, and their dog, Bruno. She has four children and three grandsons.

Aside from an informative, inspiring interview designed to guide listeners to achieve their own life goals, Lisa will make a special offer on the air — a giveaway of Nancy Matthews’ book, The One Philosophy and a giveaway of Lisa’s forthcoming book, Journey to the Stage.

For more, visit www.lisasoloway.com. To listen to Your Book Your Brand Your Business with Lisa Soloway, visit www.w4cy.com and click on the LISTEN LIVE button. We look forward to answering your questions in the chat room during the live broadcast on Monday, June 18 at 5 PM Eastern.

UPDATE: Missed the live episode? Click to listen.

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Ima Sumac Watkins: Spiritually Grounded In Reality

I’m grateful to Ima Sumac Watkins for joining me again on Your Book Your Brand Your Business to share her spiritual wisdom and insights for success in all aspects of life. If you missed the show, which aired this past Monday, click to listen. What I love the most about Ima is her passion for empowering and teaching others how to access their spiritual gifts to experience vibrant health, financial prosperity, career fulfillment, supportive relationships and anything else they desire for a more abundant life.

Ima’s energy work also assists clients struggling with PTSD, anxiety, depression, and a multitude of mental and emotional issues, in tandem with any therapy they may be already undertaking. For more information, contact Ima at ImaSumacWatkins@gmail.com.

 

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Author Roy “Griff” Griffis on Your Book Your Brand Your Business

I’m thrilled to welcome my friend and acclaimed author Roy “Griff” Griffis to Your Book Your Brand Your Business at 5 PM Eastern. If you’ve listened to my former show on Writestream Radio Network, you’ll remember Griff’s segment, Right Wing Riot with Kia Heavey and Jamie Wilson. He joins me tonight to discuss his impressive writing career, future books, and advice for aspiring authors.

In his own words:

I was born in Texas City, TX, the son of a career Air Force meteorologist. Attended a variety of schools at all of the hot spots of the nation, such as Abilene, Texas and Bellevue, Nebraska.

When I was ten, I was sent to my grandparent’s house in Tucson, Arizona because things were tough at home. I was pretty damn lost, as my grandparents were largely strangers to me. My older brother, a more taciturn type, refused to discuss what was going on. Fortunately, like so many kids before me, I was rescued by literature. Or, at least, by fiction. In a tiny used bookstore that was just one block up from a dirt road, I discovered that some good soul had unloaded his entire collection of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ “John Carter of Mars” series in Ballantine Paperback. Because my father had already taught me the guy who created “Tarzan” was the self-same ERB, I spent my RC Cola money on the first book of the series, “A Princess of Mars.”

I think what struck me was how these books were possessed of magic: they were able to transport me far from this dusty land of relatives who I didn’t know and other relatives pretended not to know me to another dusty land of adventure, heroism, nobility, and even love. It was the first magic I’d encountered that wasn’t a patent fraud, and when I closed the stiff paperback with the lurid colors on the cover, I decided it was the kind of magic I wanted to dedicate the rest of my life to mastering. And, thus, I was saved.

Since then, I’ve never looked back. I’ve written poems, short stories (twice runner-up in the Playboy college fiction contest), plays (winning some regional awards back East and a collegiate Historical Playwriting Award), screenplays, and novels. I’m a member of the WGAw, with one unproduced screenplay sold to Fox Television. I also had a moment or two of internet notoriety as co-creator of the web-comic “Truesbury.” Right before Trump’s election, I somehow was selected as a “Conservative Novelist” to be interviewed by a Swiss newspaper, which was pretty funny by itself since they found me by doing an internet search for Conservative Novelists and for some reason, I was about number three on the list. “We had a hard time finding conservative novelists.” No shit, I thought.

Along the way, I’ve done the usual starving artist jobs. Been a janitor, a waiter, a clerk in a bookstore. I was also the 61st Aviation Rescue Swimmer in the Coast Guard (all that Tarzan reading wasn’t wasted). I’m also not a bad cook, come to think of it.

Currently, I’m a husband, father, and cat-owner. I’m an avid bicyclist and former EMT. I live in a small town in Texas with my lovely wife (a college professor) where we are renovating a 130 year-old historic home for us, three rescue dogs, and two rescue cats. My friends call me “Griff,” my parents call me “Roy,”and my college-age son calls me “Dadman.” It’s a good life.

You can listen live via my iHeart Radio page or  w4cy.com.

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