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405 – She’s a doctor that writes: Tom interviews Reiko Scott

Reiko Scott is a Japanese American part time author and full time emergency medicine physician. She enjoys connecting the two through narrative medicine, as well as tearing the two apart through speculative fiction. Her first non-fiction book she co-authored with her father, David Merriman Scott, is a Wall Street Journal best seller. It's called Fanocracy.

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404 – Humble beginnings to top media strategist: Tom interviews Burke Allen

Burke Allen is the head of Allen Media Strategies. It's a media marketing, PR and talent management firm with authors, entertainers and interesting subject matter experts as clients. He's a veteran broadcaster and On-Air Talent. He's a former radio station owner and consultant and he's still a West Virginia boy at heart.

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403 – Advanced tips to grow FAST: Tom talks Instagram

I'm going to talk about Instagram and I teach my students what to do. I do it to grab email subscribers, which should be your ultimate goal as well. If you want to wade into the Instagram waters, Tom gives you the tips and tricks to make your efforts as effective as possible.

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402 – He invented a term that’s in the dictionary: Tom interviews David Meerman Scott

David Meerman Scott spotted the real time marketing revolution in its infancy. And I believe it because I've been watching this guy for years and he wrote five books about it, including the new roles of marketing and PR, which is the one I started with, and now it's in its seventh edition. More than 400000 copies sold in English, and it's available in 29 languages from Albanian to Vietnamese.

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401 – This Aussie sold $3 Billion: Tom interviews Rael Bricker

Rael Bricker is a collector of experiences and observations. He's built an education business with six campuses and 4000 students. He wrote a book and we'll be talking about that here. But he says, listen, business is simple. Business is not complex. Dive in and adjust your course while you're moving.

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400 – You learn a lot in 44 years of business: Tom talks What I’ve Learned

These are some things I've learned after 44 years in business. That's formal business, and as I was jotting these down, I was thinking, what order should I present these things? And I figured that that would take me longer to figure out than actually telling you about the ideas. So they're not going to be in any particular order here. Now, if I had to pick one of the most important things I've learned not only in business, but in life, it's persistence and consistency.

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399 – Accountant turned sex therapist: Tom interviews Dr. April Brown

Dr. April Brown is a licensed mental health Christian counselor in three states. She's a nationally certified counselor, a Florida certified sex therapist and a qualified clinical supervisor. She also mentors three counselors, supervises 10 beginning counselor interns and she helps them get in their own private practice.

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398 – We are back with NEW YouTube Stuff: Tom interviews Marc Bullard

Marc Bullard is back with all new YouTube tips and tricks from the latest batch of changes and updates they've made. Pay attention and take notes for more YouTube goodness!

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397 – Write a Quality Book You Know Nothing About: Tom talks How to Write a Book

This topic is about writing about something when you know nothing about the topic, and being proud of your quality work when you're done. And if you've been following me for a while, you know, I emphasize quality over everything to give you long term credibility. So how could this possibly be that you can produce a high quality book when you know nothing about the topic? And why would you want to do it in the first place? Listen in and find out!

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396 – She’s a dynamo real estate pro: Tom interviews Nathalie Mullinex

Nathalie Mullinex has worn every hat in the real estate industry for over 35 years. Her passion is being a change agent. She started with creating real estate menu systems in 1994. And her real estate teaching supports many small mom and pop brokerages and allows Realty Universal to donate and serve the much needed areas she's passionate about, which are starving children and wounded adults.

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