An interview with Sara Connell

Then, at two in the afternoon, I got a call from Ned Leavitt, a literary agent at the time with William Morris. He says to me, “I think it’s time you wrote a book.” Honest to God, that’s how that happened. It wasn’t like, “Today, I want to write a book, I want to be rich and famous.” None of that. No. It was more like my soul said, honey, your number is up and you’re the person who has to do this.

As part of my series about “How to write a book that sparks a movement” I had…


Be prepared to go beyond just becoming an author, build a social following and create a community.

As part of my series about “How to write a book that sparks a movement” I had the great pleasure of interviewing…

Danielle Walker is the beloved author of three New York Times best-selling cookbooks Against All Grain, Meals Made Simple and Celebrations, as well as the recently released Eat What You Love, and the voice behind the most popular grain-free blog on the Internet, AgainstAllGrain.com. She is a self-trained chef whose innovative and accessible grain-free recipes appeal to a range of appetites…


There is nothing I love more that the process of creating a powerful story that will bring resonance and support to the hearts and consciousnesses of many others.

As part of my interview series on the five things you need to know to become a great author, I had the pleasure of interviewing Claudia Navone.

Born in Florence, Claudia spent her career working for illustrious publications such as Elle, The Sunday Timesand Harper’s Bazaar. Following a spontaneous and powerful Spiritual Awakening, she left fashion behind to follow a new path. …


I would have to say that my success in life, career’s, weight loss and everything I have done comes down to being very creative, persistent, and most importantly being vulnerable enough to understand that we all have a voice, and we must follow our passion no matter what.

As part of my series about “How to write a book that sparks a movement” I had the great pleasure of interviewing Jason Rosell.

Jason Rosell is a american/spaniard TV personality, artist, life coach, celebrity trainer, author, social media coach and one of the world’s premiere lifestyle and wellness experts founder of…


Empower your tribe. Allow people to feel they are part of the movement. Help them to see that they matter to movement. Allow them to contribute in ways that are meaningful for them.

As part of my series about “How to write a book that sparks a movement” I had the great pleasure of interviewing…

Dr. Denise Moore Revel, a best-selling author, speaker, entrepreneur, and personal development coach. Dr. Denise works with highly-successful women who long for more meaning and fulfilment in their live. Dr. Denise understands that many highly-successful women still struggle with poor self-image, feelings of inadequacy, and…


Write more than you talk.

As part of my series about “How to write a book that sparks a movement” I had the great pleasure of interviewing Johnathan Smith.

Johnathan Smith, well-being and fitness/body expert and author, has been practicing over 10 years. In 2008, he had been in a series of car accidents and repaired his body inside out after treatments from doctors were no longer working. He learned to use his mind, body and soul and found how important breath, rest and mindfulness were an integral part to his development process. This was the start of iRobotFit. iRobotFit…


Learn from the masters: One of the most inspiring stories I’ve read about is how Nelson Mandela invited his jailers to his inauguration once he was free and about to become president of South Africa. Here is a man who was in prison for 27 years and he decided to hold others over his own ego. I would tell writers to never stop learning and learn from the masters.

As part of my series about “How to write a book that sparks a movement,” I had the great pleasure of interviewing Leon Logothetis.

Leon Logothetis is a global adventurer, best-selling…


Never shrink. Not everyone will understand or appreciate your vision and that’s okay because it is your gift to share with the world. Dream big and own it.

As part of my series about “How to write a book that sparks a movement,” I had the great pleasure of interviewing Tuniscia Okeke.

Tuniscia Okeke is the CEO of Blending Our Love, Inc., and author of Empowered Stepmother Grow, Glow and Thrive Harmoniously In Your Blended Family. In this book, she invites stepmothers on a transformational journey of self-empowerment to regain their voices and discover their identity in a blended family…


Speak to your audience as an equal. We’re all trying to figure out something. Share what you know with an openness to ongoing learning from others.

As part of my series about “How to write a book that sparks a movement” I had the great pleasure of interviewing…

Dian Griesel, who is also known as @SilverDisobedience. She is a perception analyst who was recently named a “Top 50+ Influencer” by AARP and is an “AARP Aging Disruptor.” Dian is a Forbes.com columnist and a bestselling author. Her newest book is The Silver Disobedience Playbook: 365 Inspirations for Living & Loving…


Your voice and your message are important. Share your message with an open heart and passion.

As part of my interview series on the five things you need to know to become a great author, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Carla Marie Manly.

As a psychologist, author, and advocate based in California, Dr. Manly is passionate about helping others create the lives of their dreams. Dr. Manly believes there’s no topic too big or small to address head-on. From offering guidance for relationships, sexuality, work, and communication issues to providing tools for healing stress, anxiety, and depression, Dr…

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