Posts Tagged ‘books’

Certified Personal Branding Strategist Faith James on Your Book Your Brand Your Business

Are you an entrepreneur seeking effective strategies to define and expand your brand and influence? Curious as to how writing and publishing a book can help you build your personal brand? Don’t miss tonight’s episode of Your Book Your Brand Your Business at 5 PM Eastern when host Daria Anne welcomes Certified Personal Branding Strategist Faith James.

Faith James is regarded and hailed as the Queen of Branding and has the awards, the case studies and the client reviews to back it up!

She has over 25+ years experience being a Fortune 500 Influencer to multi-national brands like IBM, Microsoft, Pepsi, Mary Kay, Frito Lay, Edward Jones, Wendy’s Hamburger, Lindt Chocolate and Liberty Mutual to name a few.  Faith has published articles and blog content on advertising and brand development and speaks frequently at industry shows such as the Advertising Research Federation and The American Marketing Association. She is a highly sought after public speaker on the topic of branding and is the speaker/trainer for the St. Lucie County – Board of County Commissioners for their Ignite Leadership and Spark Mentorship events as well as a master brand consultant for the Round Table of St. Lucie County organization.

She is a certified Personal Branding Strategist and is the CEO and Chief Brand Strategist of The Personal Branding Consultancy, LLC, which is a branding agency that helps forward-leaning entrepreneurs define their unique brand positioning that helps them stand out from their peers and improve their professional reputation in the market place. She is the founder of several exclusive personal branding events including:

  • Branding Over Brunch Event Personal Branding Workshop Signature Event
  • Branding Over Lunch Workshop and Lunch and Learn Sessions
  • Branding After Dark Happy Hour and VIP Mix and Mingle Event
  • Branding Over The Internet and ASK! Faith – Virtual Personal Branding Webinar Series

Faith offers both group and private coaching for those who are keen on building a solid and winning personal and professional brand. When she is not busy developing brands, she spends her free time playing team tennis for the Buttonwood Tennis Club; volunteers her time as a branding coach for the Boys and Girls Club Youth of the Year program; and is the Marketing Committee Chair for the 2018 Treasure Coast Walk To End Alzheimer’s. She is a big believer in personal development and has a large collection of books on the topic. One of her favorite quotes from Jim Rohn is, “In order for things to change for you, you have to change.”

For more information, visit Faith at her website, www.faithjames.com. You can email her at faith@faithjames.com and/or connect with her via social media.

LinkedIn:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/faithjames
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thepersonalbrandingconsultancy/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsEtxeO6zz8vDqcHVES4UZQ

During the live interview, Faith will define personal branding; explain the difference between personal branding and marketing; and share her thoughts on writing and publishing a book as part of building your personal brand. Along the way, we’ll answer your branding questions from the live chat room. And Faith will even offer a special gift for our listeners!

Tune in to Your Book Your Brand Your Business with Personal Branding Strategist Faith James at 5 PM Eastern.

 

Award-Winning Author Karlyle Tomms on Your Book Your Brand Your Business

I’m excited to welcome a previous radio guest from my days on Blog Talk Radio to Your Book Your Brand Your Business on Monday, July 2 at 5 PM Eastern:

Karlyle Tomms is an award-winning author who grew up in the rural Ozarks. He worked most of his career in mental health services and addictions treatment and began writing fiction later in life. He has written for different regional magazines and newspapers over the years, and has often been selected to speak at both professional and non-professional events, as well as radio talk shows. His first novel, Confessions from thePumpkin Patch won the 2016 New Apple Awards Medalfor General Fiction and was endorsed by Marideth Sisco who is known for her work on “Winter’s Bone” the four- time Oscar nominated film starring Jennifer Lawrence.

His general method for fiction has been to define a protagonist and allow that character to tell his or her own story from first person perspective as though the protagonist is writing an autobiography. His fictional books are about people overcoming social,psychological, emotional and spiritual challenges.

Karlyle’s recent book releases include The Calling, the second novel in his The Soul Encounters series, and The Gulls Are Always Laughing, a book of poetry which spans his childhood in the Ozarks through love and lovers to “Everything Else.” He has given it the subtitle of “My Life, So Far, in Poetry,” and in many respects, it is a spiritual journey in poetry.

During the interview, Karlyle will discuss his concept of “self-help” through fiction, his motivation for pursuing a writing career as he approaches retirement, and his experiences with writing and publishing, among other things. We welcome your participation in the live chat and will address your questions on the air. Please join us for an inspiring, informative episode.

In the meantime, visit Karlyle at his website www.karlyletomms.com.

The Kitchen Alchemist Author Frances Castelli on Your Book Your Brand Your Business

My experience as an independent publishing consultant and ghostwriter has taught me the importance of embracing the creative process — which often undergoes various transformations before any given client and I can produce a professionally published paperback and eBook.

This principle has played out in my collaboration with Frances Castelli, whose inspiring journey through the world of food allergies and collection of original, allergy-free recipes will be featured in her forthcoming book, The Kitchen Alchemist: How I Became My Own Food Scientist So My Kids Could Thrive with Anaphylactic Food Allergies. If you’re a listener, you may recognize her name from her first appearance on the show on March 12.

Back then, her book was titled The Kitchen Chemist: How I Became A Food Scientist So My Kids Could Thrive with Anaphylactic Food Allergies…but thanks to valuable input from other people including business professionals, we made a few important changes.

Frances joins me on Monday, June 4 at 5 PM Eastern on Your Book Your Brand Your Business to share her insights on the process of writing and publishing a book, her experience as a mom to three children with broad spectrum anaphylactic food allergies, and her tips for how to manage food allergies in your own children. She is an inspiring woman with valuable information to share, so please join us for an enjoyable, educational interview.  Post your questions in the live chat and we will answer them during the live broadcast.

Follow Frances on Twitter @KitchenAlchemBK and like her Facebook page, The Kitchen Alchemist.