Sun, 28 July 2019
Jordan Goodman is one of the country’s best-known personal finance journalists and authors, appearing frequently on national radio and television call-in shows to answer consumer questions on how to save and invest wisely.
With 13 books under his belt, including the encyclopedic 992-page Everyone’s Money Book, he joins host Dean Rotbart this week to dispense insightful personal finance recommendations with a special emphasis on the finances of small business owners and entrepreneurs.
If you’ve got solid financial assets, Jordan will share his advice on how to generate even more of them. If you’ve got too much debt, he’s got a lot to say about how to offload it.
Visit Jordan’s website: www.MoneyAnswers.com
Photo: Jordan E. Goodman, Author and Journalist
Posted: July 29, 2019
Monday Morning Run Time: 52 minutes 57 seconds
Sun, 21 July 2019
Fauzia Burke and her team at FSB Associates specialize in creating online awareness for books and authors.
Since Fauzia launched her specialty marketing and publicity firm in 1995, FSB has orchestrated more than 2,000 successful book publicity campaigns, including those for award-winning actor Alan Alda; mega-authors Ken Blanchard and Brian Tracy, South Beach Diet guru Dr. Arthur Agaston, entrepreneur and publisher Arianna Huffington; broadcaster Mika Brzesinski; former U.S. Senator Bill Bradley, and Jordan Goodman, America’s Money Answers Man.
Fauzia, herself, is the author of “Online Marketing for Busy Authors” - a must-read for any writer who doesn’t want to see his or her book make an express trip to the Bargain Books shelves at Barnes & Noble.
This week, in an extended interview, host and award-winning journalist Dean Rotbart talks with Fauzia about good PR, but more importantly, they detail how authors and publishers can successfully sell their books online.
Refreshingly, as you’ll hear, when Dean asks Fauzia a straight question, she gives him a straight answer. Questions include:
Fauzia - a Pakistani immigrant who arrived here in 1981 and was raised by a single mom - is an American success story, an inspiration, and an entrepreneur who has helped hundreds of authors fulfill their own dreams.
Photo: Fauzia Burke, FSB Associates
Sun, 14 July 2019
What your company or product “sounds” like is an essential component of its success.
When companies including Microsoft, Cisco, GoDaddy, and Shopify need to hire talent to be the voice of their commercials and other scripts, they look to Voices.com – the world’s largest online marketplace for voice over products and talents.
Since David Ciccarelli and his wife Stephanie wrote their business plan for Voices.com on a napkin back in 2005, they have expanded into 160 countries, bringing talent and clients together, and raising more than $20 million in venture capital.
This week David shares his entrepreneurial wisdom with host Dean Rotbart. No scripts. No second takes. Just the unvarnished voice of hard-fought experience.
Photo: David Ciccarelli, Voices.com
Sun, 7 July 2019
Can a Zen-like philosophy of money translate into greater success and happiness for American business owners and entrepreneurs?
Ken Honda, a bestselling author in Japan who is known there as the “Zen Millionaire” believes it can, which is why he just published his first English-language book: Happy Money: The Japanese Art of Making Peace with Your Money.
Honda, no relation to the automotive family, tells host Dean Rotbart in an interview from Tokyo that how we think and feel about money is as important to wealth accumulation as where we invest it.
Even those who have very little money can profit by making sure that the resources they do have are “happy,” Honda contends.
Photo: Ken Honda, Happy Money