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55: Judy Weintraub on Write Your Book Easily

Write Your Book Easily with Judy Weintraub

On Today’s Podcast

This week I sit down with Judy Weintraub. Judy Weintraub is an accomplished entrepreneur, business executive, and attorney and is a bestselling author.

She is the founder of SkillBites, providing book writing and publishing services for entrepreneurs and professionals to get their books done quickly.

In addition to SkillBites, Judy runs Weintraub Legal Services, providing corporate law services to small businesses, and Accord LLC, a dispute resolution practice providing mediation and arbitration services.

 

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16: Christie Ruffino on Goals to Fruition – Part 2

Goals to Fruition: Part 2 of 2

I’m happy to have you here for Episode Number 16, episode number two, in our miniseries on goal setting and bringing your goals to fruition. We have already gone through the first four steps. And today, we only have one step left. Today we are going to jump right in, and we’re going to be talking about implementation. We can’t set a goal without putting in place the right steps to make those goals happen. I know we want to dream big, and I know we want to get out of our comfort zone. At this point, you’ve already identified goals in eight areas of your life that you want to focus on. Now, you may have cheated a little bit, and maybe you have two or three goals in one category, and you’re missing one or another. I encourage you not to do that. We need to make sure there’s balance. I encourage you to have at least one in each one of these categories. We’re going to take that list, and we’re going to make sure that they become a part of our DNA. We’re not just writing them down one time a year and forgetting about them or writing them down one time a year and expecting magic to happen. Here are the steps to follow to make sure they happen.

#1 – We went over our goals and our limiting beliefs, but I want you to take each one of those goals and write each one in the present tense and be very specific. Make sure they’re measurable. Internalize those and accept that they are going to happen.

#2 – Take that list, put it on a specific paper that you can print out, and carry it with you every day. Don’t leave it on your desk. Fold it up and stick it in your pocket or your purse. Read them out every morning when you wake up and before you go to bed. Be sure you say them, and you believe them.

#3 – Make a recording. When you’re driving, you can listen to that recording. Most phones have an app that will allow you to record something, and it can become one of your files on your phone. Take that recording, and you can have it transcribed.

#4 – Make a vision board. We must be using all of our senses. Having a vision board with pictures allows you to see something from a creative space representing that specific goal. If you have 12 goals, make a vision board with an image for each of those 12 areas. You can even use the back of your paper for your vision board.

#5 – Now, we will reverse engineer how we’re going to make these things happen. If one of your goals is to lose 10 pounds in three months, you need to write down the steps you will take to make this happen. Use the same document, but I like to take the first page and be a table of contents. Then I take that same list, and copy and paste it on page three, because on page two are my images, and then for each one of those, they become its own piece of paper. Then do a brain dump for that specific goal. Use one goal per sheet of paper. So if you have 12 goals, then you should have 14 pieces of paper on your document that you have filled, because you’ve got your table of contents, page one, page two is all your images. And then, pages three through 14 are each goal with the title of what that goal is, and then all of the steps that need to happen to make that goal come to fruition.

#6 – Schedule your goals. If you are going to say one of your goals is to get up every morning, ride your stationary bike, and then put it on your calendar. Without putting these items on your calendar, it allows you to cheat and not necessarily follow through. Make sure you take the extra step to schedule in your steps to accomplish your goals.

#7 – Make a celebration list. So now, if we’ve got 12 steps, we’re on page 15. Make a list of all of the different things you will do to celebrate your successes and reward and victories. Maybe it’s going for a massage, a spa day, a facial; maybe it’s getting your nails done, maybe it’s having an extra dessert on the weekend. It’s going to be so much fun when you can check off one of your goals.

#8 – Use a tracking system to maintain all this. I would encourage you on page 16 is to have a spreadsheet with all of your goals. I want you to track each one of them. You can have a one-sentence list of your goals and then maybe have 12 squares behind it. Every month you have a success or failure, then check off your success or leave blank if not accomplished. It needs to be a visual representation of your progress.

#9 – Get rid of something old. You can’t keep adding more to your bucket without making space in your bucket. Before you can add more to your plate and add another goal to your list, you need to see what space can be created by letting go of things that don’t matter, or things that aren’t important, or things that are not supporting your goals.

#10 – Have a process for accountability. One of my stories that I want to share is my daughter gave me a Bible specifically designed to help me go through the Bible in a year. It breaks the Bible down with specific reading plans. I’m going to read short increments every single day. So then that way, when the year is over, I will have gotten through the whole book, and I’ll be so happy that I did. I wanted to create accountability because my spiritual growth is one of my goals: to have more time with the Lord every day. For me to ensure that I accomplished that specific goal, I created an accountability team. I created a Facebook group for women who want to go on that journey with me. If you want to be a part of that, it’s a closed group, so you won’t be able to find it, but shoot me a Facebook message, and I would be happy to invite you into that group. Accountability is a huge component for me to accomplish anything.

 

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12: Christie Ruffino on Your Signature Story: Elevate Your Brand and Attract Clients with Your Message

Our stories can break us or they can shape us to follow our purpose and live our best life. – Christie Ruffino

Christie believes that mastering our stories is the key to everything we want in life. Our stories can either hold us back, or they can propel us to great heights. Once we master our story, we can identify our real purpose, step into our power, and help other people change their story by sharing our wisdom and guiding them to accomplish their goals. 

In today’s episode, Christie shares 3-Key Principles to help you master your story so that you, too, can enjoy a business and life of true significance.

Meet Christie Ruffino

Christie Ruffino is a serial entrepreneur and a #1 Best-Selling Author with 13 books. She has had a very purposeful journey since her first entrepreneurial effort as the Top Girl Scout Cookie Seller to starting her second six-figure business, the Dynamic Professional Women’s Network, Inc., over 17 years ago where she has helped thousands of women increase their business revenue through clarity, strategy, collaboration, and increased visibility.  She also went on to create the Overcoming Mediocrity Book Series and Podcast.

All this experience has come together in a way that now serves her clients at the highest level. As an Irresistible Brand Strategist, Christie guides her clients through her process to build their irresistible and profitable brands.

She has been featured on Inc.com, WGN Radio, and The Morning Blend TV show. Christie is a Certified John Maxwell Coach and has studied under a long list of business icons such as Bob Burg, Jack Canfield, and Larry Winget.

On a personal note, Christie is a student of human nature, avid reader, serial smart ass, closet rebel, and a proud grandma of the two most adorable kids ever!!!! (And she has thousands of photos to prove it.) Christie loves ideas but loves idea implementation, even more, can roll her tongue, swears she will NEVER skydive but is addicted to triple-digit speeds down open country roads on her 2013 Harley Davidson Streetglide.

Show Notes

Christie’s Story

When I interview our guests, the first thing I ask them is, what is your story? How did you become the expert at what you do right now? And what’s funny is many of them look at me and say, I’m not an expert. We don’t give ourselves enough credit. But what I see with so many of my guests and the clients I work with that the challenges that they face in their life, in their journey, set them up perfectly to be where they are now.

I am like some of our guests where I went through something traumatic. I’m not going to go through the traumatic part of my journey in detail. But I will say that I went through a pretty difficult divorce. I came out on the other side broke, and not knowing how I was going to be able to feed my family. I didn’t know how I was going to be able to support my children. But in the end, I was able to find a great job in the mortgage industry which set me on the path to start the Dynamic Professional Women’s Network as the means or a tool or resource for me to get clients. Then 17 years later we have a thriving organization, and then on that journey, I was asked to share my story.

Now I was five or six years out of it, and I did not see how my story was relevant. I hear that all the time with the women that I talk to or interview, that their story isn’t important. We don’t see how sharing our journey could help other people. Sometimes our stories are difficult and are pretty fresh. We don’t want to necessarily go back there. We want to keep moving forward. I like to learn from my mistakes. I like to learn from the past, but then I like to find solutions to move forward. I think that’s very true of successful people as we learn from our mistakes. We realize that we can make a decision to stay stuck in our problem, and to wallow in our misery, and to use that challenge as an excuse, instead of using it as the fuel to go to the next place.

I was in that situation where I had to decide to move forward. Once I decided to move forward, and it was very challenging to navigate through, I had many times on that journey where I didn’t think I was going to get out. I didn’t think I was going to ever get out of my financial situation or deal with the divorce or manage my children. We have many obstacles on our journeys, and I had to figure it out on my own.

When I was asked to share my story, my first response was no. I had to take a step back. The person that invited me to share my story was our guest on day two, Michelle Prince. And her book, Dare to be a Difference Maker was my first step into this journey. So many great things came out of my messy divorce, and the Overcoming Mediocrity Project is one of those blessings. Michelle asked me a simple question, she asked me, if your story could just help one person, wouldn’t it be worth it? I had to step out of my shoes and think about it from that perspective. I was so wrapped up in my problem. I was in a depression, very deep depression, where I wasn’t getting out of bed for days. When my mom took my kids away that woke me up. I decided to do something about my situation. It was a slow journey. But I was able to share my story. Not only was that experience transformational for my business, because I believe my business blossomed after that, but it was because of the visibility I received as a new author. But I think it was my mindset. The whole process of taking my story and writing it down and refining it and getting feedback and realizing that other people are going to read it was something that helped me get out of my shell and look at things from a different perspective. My mindset completely shifted, because now I’m an author. It transformed me personally, as well as professionally. Then someone reached out to me and thanked me for sharing my story. She was in a dark place, and she read my story. She shared with me how my story helped her and that right there made it all worth it. That was the reason why I started the Overcoming Mediocrity Project. At that point, I had this thriving organization. I had a bunch of members all over. I had a community of women that were supporting each other, and I was constantly trying to find resources to help them and I thought, well, heck if this experience helped me, why would I not share that? That was when our very first book, Overcoming Mediocrity, Volume One was birthed. I had an amazing lineup of women in that book with some very powerful stories.

I didn’t necessarily know how to navigate a co-authored book project. At that point, I was new, but I was fortunate that Michelle Prince helped me. I learned from her and she mentored me, and I had another great friend who helped me. I was able to figure it out. My project 10 books later is completely different. We take our clients through a whole process of how to write a book and how to find their story and how to deliver some amazing teaching points. We give our clients a lot of exposure. We’ve got a whole program to help them build their profitable business.

When that first book was done, like a baby, we enjoyed that little bundle of joy. Even though you don’t sleep a whole lot, you enjoy it, and you think maybe I’ll have another baby. And then time goes on, and the baby gets a little easier, and you start sleeping a little bit more. And you think, oh, this baby is so cute. I love it so much, I need another one, and that’s how it was with the Overcoming Mediocrity book. We got on the other side of producing the first book and I saw how the women were just loving it. So we put together our second book, which was the Overcoming Mediocrity Courageous Women edition. We went back and re-branded our first book to be the Dynamic Woman edition. Every book has a subtitle. When I get a team of women onboard for each volume, I let them decide what the next book is going to be. I’m now bringing women together for book number ten.

That is the story that brought together our Overcoming Mediocrity project. It’s a way to help women find their stories. We have things in our life that happened to us, but what is our signature story? What is the story that we’re going to share with the world so we can make a bigger impact? How are we going to use our story to connect with our prospects and to build loyalty with our clients? How are we going to use a book to get more visibility? How are we going to be able to use a book to build another profit center in our business so we can not only sell books, but we can increase the offerings we provide our clients. Maybe we can increase our offerings by providing other avenues to support our clients. Maybe we’re just writing our story and sharing it so we can leave a legacy so other people can get to know us and our journey.

My mom is amazing, but unfortunately, we lost her this year during COVID. I will say one of the blessings of doing this project is that I was able to have my mom’s story featured in one of our books. She wasn’t really up for writing her story, so I had someone interview her and put together her story. That is a legacy that I will have forever. I wanted to share that because there’s a lot of reasons why people join our project. And there’s a lot of reasons why people want to share their stories. That is my story. That is how I got on the journey to help women share their stories.

How Can Mastering Your Story Be the Key to Everything You Want in Life?

I believe that everybody has a story to share. I have seen over and over again that our stories can either hold us back, or they can propel us forward. And once we’re able to master the story of our lives, we’re able to help other people change the story of their life. I feel my purpose is to help people step into their power, live their greatness, share their stories with other people, and build a very successful business based on their story. It’s honestly more than our story. It’s about our purpose. I am a woman of faith. I believe God put us on a particular journey to be able to allow us to experience what we need so we can do something very specific. You’ve seen in some of our guests, and I’ve seen after talking to hundreds, if not thousands of women, how their journey, how their story, how their biggest challenge in life has brought them to a place that they feel they want to build a business around that.

Your story is what people connect to. Nobody wants to buy your product or service as much as they want to buy you. Let’s say you are shopping for insurance agents. There are many insurance people out there that have great products. And there are many insurance agents out there that have very similar products. I bet you the reason why you chose your insurance agent is because you connected with that person on a more personal level. There was something about them. How they treated you, how you got to know them, how they got to know you, maybe you were referred to them, but there’s something on a personal level that allowed you to decide to work with that person. If you were faced with two insurance agents, and you realize that this insurance agent gets me, they understand the problems that I have or that I could potentially have and they’re going to support me. Wouldn’t you be more inclined to work with that person? Of course, you would.

Let me share another story about another client who has a journey that is completely different than what she does now. The principles that she learned on her journey has allowed her to become an expert at what she does. This client has an amazing story of her journey as being an equine trainer, a horse trainer. We were trying to figure out how to take her story and leverage it in her business because it is not working with horses. The principles that she learned on her horse journey, the system that she created for herself, is something that she learned that she could transfer and correlate to an outside perspective. She does the exact steps but in a different industry.

Key Takeaways

As professionals, we need to recognize how our stories are meant for us to become skilled at something very specific.

#1 – Understand Your Purpose

What is your purpose? What is the journey your life has? What is the journey that you’ve been on that has set you up perfectly to do something very specific? Be able to leverage your story and be able to build a profitable legacy business by identifying your true purpose. When you have your purpose, everything will become easier. You will not be beating your head against the wall. You’re going to be crystal clear on your direction. When you’re in that position, you have this presence about you and this energy around that makes you attractive to other people. People are going to be drawn to you when you start living your purpose, because you’re living your life with abundance and ease, and people are going to see that and they’re going to want to be a part of it.

#2 – Focus on Your Income

Money is important, but money is not the most important thing. In business, money flow is energy flow. The more money that comes in, the more energy that comes in. The more energy you can give to your clients the more money you have to create more freedom in your life. The more money you have, you can become bigger and better at what you do. Wherever you are, whatever you’re trying to do, the money will allow you to expedite your results. Money can give you the freedom to take Friday’s off, take a week off, take a month off. It gives you the freedom to do nice things for people. It gives you the freedom to make decisions that you couldn’t make if you were broke. Your purpose will bring you to the money if you have the right systems in place.

#3 – Have Systems in Place

You have to have the right systems in place to make it happen in what I call continuity. You can’t be building your business by grasping at straws. There is a simple step-by-step process for you to build out a profitable business model that has an evergreen, scalable offer. You start small, grow it, make it bigger, bring your right people into it, support them, help them, get that machine operating well and then go to the next level and keep building it out. Be very clear on who you serve, how you serve them. Know the solutions that you can provide to your clients to get them great results. If you don’t know how to do it, you’re not supposed to know how to do it.

I have an amazing masterclass that I put together. It is a step-by-step plan to help you ensure that your story will attract your clients. Not only attract your clients but solidify the relationship with your clients so they build loyalty with you.

If you sign up, you will be the first to get the invitation to my free masterclass that is going to be debuting in January.

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7-Steps to Ensure Your Story Will Attract and Convert a Steady Stream of Your Ideal Clients. 

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2: Michelle Prince on The Power of “Author”ity

You have a story and your story matters! – Michelle Prince

How To Leverage What You Already Know To Build Your Business & Career

Becoming an author and having your own book has become a proven way to establish yourself as the expert, increase your credibility and help you to stand out from your competition. It’s also a great way to attract speaking engagements, generate residual income and provide a starting point for additional products. In this interview, Michelle will share exactly how you can leverage your author status to boost your personal and professional life.

Meet Michelle Prince

Michelle Prince is a successful businesswoman, best-selling author, sought-after motivational speaker, publishing expert, leadership coach, and CEO/Founder of Performance Publishing Group, a “partner” publishing company dedicated to making a difference… one story at a time. She is known as America’s Productivity Coach, is a certified Human Behavior Consultant, and dedicates herself to helping women impact the world, using the strengths and talents already within them, to create an extraordinary life. She’s helped thousands tell their stories and become published authors through her consulting, courses, seminars, and publishing services, and founded the “Book Bound Workshop”. She has also published many successful books, including her best-selling Winning in Life Now and latest, The Power of Authority.

She is a Ziglar Legacy Certified speaker/ trainer and named the Ziglar Brand Ambassador – representing the values and legacy of the late Zig Ziglar. She was the co-host of The Ziglar Show podcast, with 40 million downloads and host of her own podcast, The Power of Authority. She has been a featured speaker for many corporations, associations, and events to inspire, transform, and support leaders.

Show Notes

How did you get to be the expert you are right now with leveraging your authority and how you want to be an author to do that, and how we are leveraging kind of our story in our wisdom to make a bigger impact in the world.

My career started when I worked for Zig Ziglar. And that had a huge impact on me, because I was just out of college. And I just loved everything that he stood for and values. I knew some way, somehow, I’d be doing more of that as I as I grew into my own, if you will. But I didn’t know how to do it. I always had a goal to write a book, but I didn’t dare tell anybody about it. I remember sitting in a conference actually and thinking, well, why not me? Why not? Why don’t I just write a book. And so I’m going to write a book. And I’m just going to share it with my kids. And that’ll be that. And I did write a book. And it was my first book was called Winning In Life Now. And Zig wrote the foreword, and it was a big deal in my little world.

That book opened up this opportunity to get out there and speak and do things. I’d meet all these incredible people, and they have great stories, but they didn’t know, they didn’t have a platform. They didn’t know how to leverage it. And so I started just getting passionate about helping people figure out their story. It just kind of evolved into not just helping people find their story, but to publish them and a publishing company and everything that goes along with that. It’s been an incredible journey.

Tell us a little bit about what Book Bound is.

Book Bound is a conference I’ve been doing since 2010. Pre COVID we were doing it live, in person a couple times a year, but it’s three days and it’s designed for new authors who are trying to get clarity. What is my story? What is it? If I did want to grow my business or leverage what I’m doing, how would I do that? Yes, the publishing part comes into it, but it’s focused on getting clarity on who you are, what do you have to offer. And then how do you go through that process? How do you market a book, all of those things? And so we’ve been doing that for all those years. It’s been great. It’s amazing to see how many people have taken that information and just kind of run with it and either created their own book or their own brand.

We both share the love of helping people to tell their stories. And there is a place for that, right. And you don’t have to want to build a business to tell your story, but those that do and people that are business owners, professionals, people that are trying to differentiate from their competition, they have to look at their story, if you will, as it’s just their ability to get more visibility, more authority, how to get more revenue, respect and results all by authoring in a book. It goes through this framework and yes, you can use this framework for anything, you don’t have to write a book.

Key Takeaways

This  framework follows a seven-step process to building your authority.

  •  #1 – Clarity. This goes for anything in life. We you can’t really accomplish anything unless you really have that clarity.
  • #2 – Uncovering what’s holding you back. There’s so many things that get in the way of getting things done. It could be procrastination, it could be fear, it could be negative beliefs. But there’s something going on. It’s usually some mind chatter. And that’s what holds us back.
  • #3 – How can I position my story to get more authority. People want to know your backstory. Why do you do what you do? How did you get into this?
  • #4 – Documenting your story. You could document it in a blog, in a journal, you can do whatever, but you have to document your story, just because you know, the clarity on it doesn’t mean it’s going to benefit anyone else or benefit your brand. You have to find a way to get it out there and document it, and then publish it.
  • #5 – Publishing. Yes, you can publish a book, but you can also publish a podcast, you can publish a YouTube channel. It’s your story. It’s really not about a book, it’s more about a medium that you get to share that story at a bigger level.
  • #6 – Platform. When somebody thinks of you and your brand, it’s not just one thing, it’s a course, it’s a podcast, it’s a speaking event, it’s a retreat, it’s your platform. That authority comes when somebody clearly sees your platform.
  • #7 – Inspiring others. It’s amazing what happens when you when you step into your greatness or you just recognize that you’ve been through a couple things in you business, or I’ve been through some things personally, that I learned a couple things here and there that I could share with other people, and it could help them. And what happens is, you don’t even know it’s happening, but you’re inspiring other people to find their clarity and to find their story and to build their platform. And it’s this cycle.

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Digital download to Michelle’s latest book: “The Power of Authority, How to Get the Revenue, Respect & Results You Deserve by Authoring a Book”

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