Many people, at some stage in life, dream of being an author.
Sadly for many, it remains just a dream.
How can you drive yourself from idle day-dream to actually being an author?
Come to that, where does the inspiration for the stories come from, and how do you build the confidence you need to be able to handle the ups and downs and inevitable knocks which come along?
That’s what we discuss in this episode, with my guest Jenny Leggott, aka author J T Scott, creator of the Sammy Rambles series (which you can see further down this page).
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- Detailed Show Notes (coming shortly)
- Bonus Video – Jenny reads a little from one of the Sammy Rambles books, and shares her literary influences, current reading material, thoughts on a film adaptation of Sammy, and more.
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Award-winning coach, international speaker, multi-time best-selling author, hypnotist, occasional magician, and writer of this post, Keith spent his first 40 years suffering from several phobias including being terrified of speaking with strangers. After one incident too many, he started studying and training in NLP & hypnosis to conquer his own issues, found he was rather good at it, and changed careers (aided by redundancy at just the right moment after 20 years in IT). He helps people transform their deepest fears into their greatest strengths, and having helped over 5,000 people across 5 continents, he is the UK’s #1 Fear Strategist.