Project Manuscript: Why Your Story Needs to Be Written with Expert Author and Managing Editor Lucy Mccarraher
If you’re trying to increase your influence, especially as an entrepreneur, then you need to write a book! Whether people read it or not, Lucy McCarraher says that writing a book is one of the best things you can do. As founder of Rethink Press and Writing Mentor at Key Person of Influence, keynote speaker, and author, Lucy McCarraher aims to help people get published.
Listen to find out how getting published helps your clients and business improve. But don’t stop there, hear the one reason writing a book maximizes your personal impact in your field. Also, Lucy reveals why women need to start more businesses and write more books.
2:35 - There are so many ways a writer can use their skills, and Lucy has done about all of them. How the skill of writing led Lucy to start her own publishing company, go into movies, and more
6:20 - Books can be used for more than just reading? Lucy uses them to promote entrepreneurs and get rid of the unconscious bias that you already have!
10:58 - Find out why YOU are meant to write a book and how you should go about starting it
15:35 - Fewer women write books or start businesses. How you can break the status quo and maximize the influence of women
18:06 - Writing a book helps you to improve your work and family life in these 3 ways
22:03 - Lucy says reveals 2 reasons why you might not be ready to write a book, but what you can do instead to get ready
24:08 - Even if no one sees a word of it, writing a book will help you do this one thing that will lead you to success
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Does money stress you out? Do you have any idea what you’re doing when it comes to finances? Author of the Broke Millennial book series, Erin Lowry joins Antonella to give you tips on personal finance. No matter what stage of finance you’re in, you will find out what your next steps are towards financial security and prosperity. As a personal finance expert, speaker, and author, Erin makes it her goal to help you level up your money. Listen to find out how to get rid of debt, set up financial security, and invest for the future.
2:04 - Take the first step towards excellent personal finances by learning how your emotions connect to your money
5:37 - Money can be a positive discussion topic, but you need to make it positive by doing this one thing for your family and friends
10:15 - The 3 differences between men and women in how they approach money and finances
12:37 - To reach financial security, you need to take these 3 steps to be able to amplify your intake rather than burn your bank account
16:30 - The most common question in regards to finances: Should you rent or should you buy your home?
21:36 - If you’re looking to level up your money, then you’ll want to learn how Erin’s upcoming book will help the average person to dive into the investing world
24:47 - Each system is different. Find out why you need to understand your culture’s financial system to thrive
27:42 - If you are struggling to get the information you need to solve your financial issues, Erin has this one piece of advice for you
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Today’s episode gets you behind the scenes of the film industry and some of its best film and TV series. One of Antonella’s favorite TV shows had an amazing costume designer, and her name is Shawna Trpcic. Shawna has been a costume designer for shows and movies like the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Much Ado About Nothing, and (Antonella’s favorite) Firefly! Most recently, she has been working on the upcoming movie Spongebob Squarepants 3!
Get a sneak peek into how Shawna finds inspiration for iconic costumes such as Mal’s brown coat and the shindig dresses from Firefly. If you’re looking to get into the film industry, Shawna has 3 tips for you to jumpstart your career into what you love.
2:31 - How fashion connects to exploration and beauty more than judgment and restrictions
5:39 - The story behind the Firefly Shindig dresses--How 4 inches can either ruin a dress or help create a majestic masterpiece. Plus, hear how Shawna used her wedding dress in the process.
7:55 - Spongebob and Badger (from Firefly) have this one thing in common that you’ll never be able to find on your own
10:56 - Newspapers still have power: What a simple pencil drawing can do for a TV Show costume designer
13:55 - What do you do when you need to create a Sci-fi bounty hunter space suit without the aids of modern technology? Find out how Shawna paved new roads with Jubal Early’s costume
16:10 - If you’re looking to get into the film industry, you need to do these 3 things to start making connections and enjoy what you’re doing
21:34 - Combat negativity and personal excuses: Why Shawna isn’t afraid to challenge herself and continue to grow as a person
24:24 - Shawna has a message for YOU: What she wants you to know about her work and her fans
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Project Toph: Why We Need Strong Female Characters in Children’s Shows With Voice Star of Avatar: The Last Airbender, Michaela Murphy
“I am not Toph! I am Melon-Lord! Muah-ha-ha-ha-ha!”
Today’s episode features the voice actor who yelled that amazing line as Toph from Avatar: The Last Airbender. Michaela Murphy, sometimes known as Jessie Flower, is a well-known voice actor who is pursuing every passion she has.
This episode is full of amazing stories and advice from Michaela’s diverse career. Hear how she got started as Toph Beifong in Avatar: The Last Airbender. Find out why we need more examples of strong women of all ages. Also, hear her say that famous line in the show! Listen now to hear it all.
2:32 - When Michaela became Jessie Flower: Why actors have stage names
4:49 - Becoming Toph: How Michaela’s grandmother helped her get her big part in Avatar: The Last Airbender
10:00 - We need more strong images of young girls: Why embarrassment has to be replaced with strength
14:08 - There are 2 types of actors: Find out how Michaela uses herself to create the best character possible
18:23 - Reacting to the various Avatar extensions and the possible upcoming Netflix show: What Michaela hopes stays as the “magic” of Avatar
22:26 - How Michaela keeps the bliss of life and pursues her dreams in the middle of an oppressive culture
25:11 - Why it’s OKAY to have more than one passion and how you can explore in the New York world of acting
27:46 - 1 major piece of advice you should listen to from Michaela Murphy and how you can further connect with her
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