Producing the incredibly gripping podcast Up and Vanished is film maker Payne Lindsey’s current focus. The show centers around his investigation into the 2005 disappearance of Georgia Beauty Queen Tara Grinstead. His dedication to solving the case is inspiring and the story telling skills he employs to create each episode are incredible. During our conversation Payne and I discuss his beginnings as a film maker, the video “equipment” excuse, and of course his work on Up and Vanished.
Tom Corson-Knowles is an international best selling author and entrepreneur who knows more than a thing or two about being self published. He created Ebook Publishing School, a free video training program for authors who want to learn how to successfully write, publish and market their own books online. Tom is also the founder of TCK Publishing, whose mission is to helps clients earn a full-time income from royalties by creating publishing and marketing strategies specially tailored to each book and author. If you are a creative of any discipline this episode is a must listen! Tom has a wealth of knowledge and I’m glad he joined us for an episode of OE.
Rochelle DeLong is a Culture Strategist. She charges herself and her team at Consilio with the responsibility of helping business leaders create transparent and functional work cultures within companies of all shapes and sizes. Part of Rochelle’s immense knowledge on how to create and maintain a sustainable workplace environment through “people development” comes from training over 5,000 individuals on the Gallup StrengthsFinder concept and working with hundreds of various business teams on achieving their organizational goals.
Derrick Kwa has led a very interesting life so far. As our second international guest on OE, Derrick joined me from Singapore for what turned out to be a great conversation. From dropping out of school at 16 to traveling across 10 countries in two years while playing semi-professional poker, Derrick shared his journey with us. The valuable advice he has to share with entrepreneurs comes from his experience with starting a marketing firm from scratch and making a habit of leaping in spite of fear. As a key take away, Derrick shares insight into breaking down a large goal into small actionable steps.
While working as high level executive in the corporate world, Michael O’Brien had a near death experience during a company conference in New Mexico. As a result of this incident, Michael uncovered his niche of coaching business leaders. Now he runs Peloton CC. In this episode of OE, Michael shares his incredible story along with actionable advice that will help you discover your own niche.