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Latest Episodes

Q#38: Jared Easley: How Can I Get Started Writing An eBook When Writing Is Not My Strength?

http://bit.ly/1xKbwyU Let’s knock paralysis of analysis out of our way so that we can serve our audience in one of the best forms possible – an eBook. Tune in now to learn Jared’s strategies for having a successful book and an engaging audience that raves all about it! More information and links to things mentioned click here >http://bit.ly/1xKbwyU

11 MIN2014 NOV 12
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Q#38: Jared Easley: How Can I Get Started Writing An eBook When Writing Is Not My Strength?

Q#37: The Transition with Rye Taylor and Addy Saucedo

http://takeactionradio.com/ Wondering what’s happening with Take Action Q&A? On the last episode, Rye Taylor mentioned that it was time to make a transition and on this episode you get to hear all about it. Addy Saucedo turns the mic on Rye and asks the questions we all want to know. If you’re at a moment in your life where an opportunity has come into your hands and you’re not sure what to do, you’ll want to tune into this episode. Rye give us his wisdom on transition, passion, fear, and career opportunities that we believe will be encouraging to your own journey. It always starts with one step and in this case all you have to do is press play!

14 MIN2014 NOV 7
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Q#37: The Transition with Rye Taylor and Addy Saucedo

Q#36: Rye Taylor: When do you know its time to make a transition?

There is some amazing content in this episode that you just have to hear! Let's just say that this is a short but can't miss episode about Take Action Q&A! Hint: Addy Saucedo, Take Action Radio Network, and momentum through change. Resources: takeactionradio.com/taq36 beyondstorybrooke.com

4 MIN2014 OCT 29
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Q#36: Rye Taylor: When do you know its time to make a transition?

Q#35: Kimanzi Constable: How can I navigate this sinking ship of a life when we can't stay afloat?

An answer for when you are drowning in debt and fed up with your life. Kinmanzi Constable shares how we can transform our lives even when we are in a place that it seems impossible. He shares a little of his personal story to motivate us to take action and change our lives one step at a time. Resources: www.takeactionradio.com/taq35 www.kimanziconstable.com Books: Are You Living Or Existing?: 9 Steps to Change Your Life: http://amzn.to/1yynWy6 Tales of the Everyday Workingman (and Woman) http://amzn.to/1vveG9B

13 MIN2014 OCT 1
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Q#35: Kimanzi Constable: How can I navigate this sinking ship of a life when we can't stay afloat?

Q#34: Dan Schawbel: Do I jump ship and go into uncharted territory or wait for the promotion?

New York Times Bestselling Author Dan Schawbel gives insight into personal promotion and branding. Resources: www.takeactionradio.com/taq34 www.danschwabel.com Dan's Books Promote Yourself: http://amzn.to/1ybXDO7 Me 2.0: http://amzn.to/1qUubHm

11 MIN2014 SEP 16
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Q#34: Dan Schawbel: Do I jump ship and go into uncharted territory or wait for the promotion?

Q#33: Thai Nguyen: How do I reinvent my life?

Thai Nguyen teaches you how to reinvent your comfortable life into a life fulfilled by passion! In this podcast, Thai tackles the common issue among people who feel the urge to shift into the entrepreneurial field, but are afraid of losing their current life status. Thai discusses how to position yourself and understand the difference between your values and the vehicle that you have chosen. Resources: www.takeactionradio.com/taq33 www.theutopianlife.com

9 MIN2014 SEP 11
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Q#33: Thai Nguyen: How do I reinvent my life?

Q#32: Kelvin Ringold: How do I Build My Speaking Platform?

Kelvin talks about your story for a speaking platform In this podcast, we have Kelvin sharing about the steps to build a speaking platform. He will help you learn about the things you are passionate about, and how you can use these things as you primary story in speaking. He will discuss why he is a great believer of the saying, "when you master your mind set, you also master your life." Resources: www.takeactionradio.com/taq32 www.kelvinringold.com www.intenselypositive.com

11 MIN2014 SEP 5
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Q#32: Kelvin Ringold: How do I Build My Speaking Platform?

Q#31: Daryl Urbanski: How can I use automation for success and keep my message fresh?

Daryl is a highly recognized business expert of his generation. He shares his tips on how to use automation for business success and how to keep your message fresh. Daryl discusses the “Rule of 10,000” by Michael Gerber. This process allows you to write the top business activities that you have, and think about doing it for 10,000 more. Although it can be a bit challenging, this activity will help you uncover difficult business facets and learn how to address them well. When talking about keeping your message fresh, always understand that the end result and the quality is most important. Stop fretting about the small stuffs. How do you apply the rule of 10,000 when some are not even full-time in their business? Nothing in a company is needed unless you have a sale. So set a goal when selling. Try pre-selling, for example. The first thing you need to do is to figure out the sales process, which is the most valuable thing to do in a business. Focus on the problem that you need to so...

15 MIN2014 SEP 3
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Q#31: Daryl Urbanski: How can I use automation for success and keep my message fresh?

Q#30: Julie Sheranosher: How can I keep a routine with so many demands on my time?

Julie Sheranosher on Organizing Time Wisely How would you feel if you can stop time? While this is something that no superhero can do, Julie our guest expert comes close! Famous for being a master of time hacking, she is the person behind imjulie.com and in this episode of Take Action Q&A, she will discuss the following tips for us: 1. How being true to yourself can help you manage your time wisely. 2. Learn how to organize your tasks well. 3. Why it is important to start your day by planning, and learn how to plan your day in less than 10 minutes! 4. How to effectively handle emails and setup email filters. 5. Plus Julie will share great apps that she personally uses to organize her time! Resources: www.takeactionradio.com/taq30 www.imjulie.com http://www.mailboxapp.com http://iqtell.com http://imjulie.com/chronodex-review/

16 MIN2014 AUG 29
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Q#30: Julie Sheranosher: How can I keep a routine with so many demands on my time?

Q#29: Rye Taylor: Are Live Conferences Really Worth it?

Is going to a live conference really worth the time and money? Rye shares his adventures from the first ever national podcast conference with the 3 C's of why to go to a live conference. 1. Convenience - A live conference gives you the freedom to sit by your heroes, bend their ear offer a spontaneous coffee break, or talk with them while you wash your hands in the bathroom. 2. Credibility - "You invest in what you value." Everyone at the Podcast Movement had a level of credibility built in just by being there. 3. Collaboration -"In my opinion, most of the value is found in the hallways of the conference center and in the hotel lobbies." Resources: www.takenactionradio.com/TAQ29 http://podcastmovement.com https://www.facebook.com/MarciaSteele.coach http://www.relaunchshow.com

6 MIN2014 AUG 23
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Q#29: Rye Taylor: Are Live Conferences Really Worth it?

Latest Episodes

Q#38: Jared Easley: How Can I Get Started Writing An eBook When Writing Is Not My Strength?

http://bit.ly/1xKbwyU Let’s knock paralysis of analysis out of our way so that we can serve our audience in one of the best forms possible – an eBook. Tune in now to learn Jared’s strategies for having a successful book and an engaging audience that raves all about it! More information and links to things mentioned click here >http://bit.ly/1xKbwyU

11 MIN2014 NOV 12
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Q#38: Jared Easley: How Can I Get Started Writing An eBook When Writing Is Not My Strength?

Q#37: The Transition with Rye Taylor and Addy Saucedo

http://takeactionradio.com/ Wondering what’s happening with Take Action Q&A? On the last episode, Rye Taylor mentioned that it was time to make a transition and on this episode you get to hear all about it. Addy Saucedo turns the mic on Rye and asks the questions we all want to know. If you’re at a moment in your life where an opportunity has come into your hands and you’re not sure what to do, you’ll want to tune into this episode. Rye give us his wisdom on transition, passion, fear, and career opportunities that we believe will be encouraging to your own journey. It always starts with one step and in this case all you have to do is press play!

14 MIN2014 NOV 7
Comments
Q#37: The Transition with Rye Taylor and Addy Saucedo

Q#36: Rye Taylor: When do you know its time to make a transition?

There is some amazing content in this episode that you just have to hear! Let's just say that this is a short but can't miss episode about Take Action Q&A! Hint: Addy Saucedo, Take Action Radio Network, and momentum through change. Resources: takeactionradio.com/taq36 beyondstorybrooke.com

4 MIN2014 OCT 29
Comments
Q#36: Rye Taylor: When do you know its time to make a transition?

Q#35: Kimanzi Constable: How can I navigate this sinking ship of a life when we can't stay afloat?

An answer for when you are drowning in debt and fed up with your life. Kinmanzi Constable shares how we can transform our lives even when we are in a place that it seems impossible. He shares a little of his personal story to motivate us to take action and change our lives one step at a time. Resources: www.takeactionradio.com/taq35 www.kimanziconstable.com Books: Are You Living Or Existing?: 9 Steps to Change Your Life: http://amzn.to/1yynWy6 Tales of the Everyday Workingman (and Woman) http://amzn.to/1vveG9B

13 MIN2014 OCT 1
Comments
Q#35: Kimanzi Constable: How can I navigate this sinking ship of a life when we can't stay afloat?

Q#34: Dan Schawbel: Do I jump ship and go into uncharted territory or wait for the promotion?

New York Times Bestselling Author Dan Schawbel gives insight into personal promotion and branding. Resources: www.takeactionradio.com/taq34 www.danschwabel.com Dan's Books Promote Yourself: http://amzn.to/1ybXDO7 Me 2.0: http://amzn.to/1qUubHm

11 MIN2014 SEP 16
Comments
Q#34: Dan Schawbel: Do I jump ship and go into uncharted territory or wait for the promotion?

Q#33: Thai Nguyen: How do I reinvent my life?

Thai Nguyen teaches you how to reinvent your comfortable life into a life fulfilled by passion! In this podcast, Thai tackles the common issue among people who feel the urge to shift into the entrepreneurial field, but are afraid of losing their current life status. Thai discusses how to position yourself and understand the difference between your values and the vehicle that you have chosen. Resources: www.takeactionradio.com/taq33 www.theutopianlife.com

9 MIN2014 SEP 11
Comments
Q#33: Thai Nguyen: How do I reinvent my life?

Q#32: Kelvin Ringold: How do I Build My Speaking Platform?

Kelvin talks about your story for a speaking platform In this podcast, we have Kelvin sharing about the steps to build a speaking platform. He will help you learn about the things you are passionate about, and how you can use these things as you primary story in speaking. He will discuss why he is a great believer of the saying, "when you master your mind set, you also master your life." Resources: www.takeactionradio.com/taq32 www.kelvinringold.com www.intenselypositive.com

11 MIN2014 SEP 5
Comments
Q#32: Kelvin Ringold: How do I Build My Speaking Platform?

Q#31: Daryl Urbanski: How can I use automation for success and keep my message fresh?

Daryl is a highly recognized business expert of his generation. He shares his tips on how to use automation for business success and how to keep your message fresh. Daryl discusses the “Rule of 10,000” by Michael Gerber. This process allows you to write the top business activities that you have, and think about doing it for 10,000 more. Although it can be a bit challenging, this activity will help you uncover difficult business facets and learn how to address them well. When talking about keeping your message fresh, always understand that the end result and the quality is most important. Stop fretting about the small stuffs. How do you apply the rule of 10,000 when some are not even full-time in their business? Nothing in a company is needed unless you have a sale. So set a goal when selling. Try pre-selling, for example. The first thing you need to do is to figure out the sales process, which is the most valuable thing to do in a business. Focus on the problem that you need to so...

15 MIN2014 SEP 3
Comments
Q#31: Daryl Urbanski: How can I use automation for success and keep my message fresh?

Q#30: Julie Sheranosher: How can I keep a routine with so many demands on my time?

Julie Sheranosher on Organizing Time Wisely How would you feel if you can stop time? While this is something that no superhero can do, Julie our guest expert comes close! Famous for being a master of time hacking, she is the person behind imjulie.com and in this episode of Take Action Q&A, she will discuss the following tips for us: 1. How being true to yourself can help you manage your time wisely. 2. Learn how to organize your tasks well. 3. Why it is important to start your day by planning, and learn how to plan your day in less than 10 minutes! 4. How to effectively handle emails and setup email filters. 5. Plus Julie will share great apps that she personally uses to organize her time! Resources: www.takeactionradio.com/taq30 www.imjulie.com http://www.mailboxapp.com http://iqtell.com http://imjulie.com/chronodex-review/

16 MIN2014 AUG 29
Comments
Q#30: Julie Sheranosher: How can I keep a routine with so many demands on my time?

Q#29: Rye Taylor: Are Live Conferences Really Worth it?

Is going to a live conference really worth the time and money? Rye shares his adventures from the first ever national podcast conference with the 3 C's of why to go to a live conference. 1. Convenience - A live conference gives you the freedom to sit by your heroes, bend their ear offer a spontaneous coffee break, or talk with them while you wash your hands in the bathroom. 2. Credibility - "You invest in what you value." Everyone at the Podcast Movement had a level of credibility built in just by being there. 3. Collaboration -"In my opinion, most of the value is found in the hallways of the conference center and in the hotel lobbies." Resources: www.takenactionradio.com/TAQ29 http://podcastmovement.com https://www.facebook.com/MarciaSteele.coach http://www.relaunchshow.com

6 MIN2014 AUG 23
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Q#29: Rye Taylor: Are Live Conferences Really Worth it?