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#13: Don’t Hire a Coach Until You Hear This

PODCAST SUBSCRIBE & LISTEN on iTunes    SUBSCRIBE & LISTEN on Stitcher Listen Now! WHAT'S ON TAP? A good coach can help you see a challenge in a new light, but a GREAT coach will help you solve that challenge - so don't hire a coach until you hear this episode of The Happy Hour Effect...

#12: 7 Secret Weapons for Success

PODCAST SUBSCRIBE & LISTEN on iTunes    SUBSCRIBE & LISTEN on Stitcher Listen Now! WHAT'S ON TAP? The most common complaint most people have is that there are just not enough hours in the day to accomplish everything they want to do. In order to maximize our time and reach our goals, we must ensure we...

HHE #11: What and When to Pitch the Media

PODCAST SUBSCRIBE on iTunes    CLICK HERE TO WIN PRIZES JUST FOR LISTENING! Listen Now! WHAT'S ON TAP? How do you know what the media is looking for and when is the right time to pitch them your idea? And what the heck do you even pitch in the first place from all the great...

HHE #10: Get Paid What You’re Worth

PODCAST SUBSCRIBE on iTunes    CLICK HERE TO WIN PRIZES JUST FOR LISTENING! Listen Now! WHAT'S ON TAP? This episode's topic comes from one of the podcast launch contest winners. Tracy Fixen won the iPad Mini and boy was she excited! Watch her video here. And be sure to follow her on social media -...

HHE #9: 7 Ways to Blow It With the Media

PODCAST SUBSCRIBE on iTunes    CLICK HERE TO WIN PRIZES JUST FOR LISTENING! Listen Now! WHAT'S ON TAP? I'm always surprised when my media friends tell me guest horror stories. From last-minute cancellations to diva behavior, there are many things that you should absolutely not do if you want to be successful as a media...

HHE #8: Q&A Quickie – How to Write a Book

PODCAST SUBSCRIBE on iTunes    CLICK HERE TO WIN PRIZES JUST FOR LISTENING! Listen Now! WHAT'S ON TAP? One of the most common questions I get is "how do I write a book?" In fact, 80% of people say they want to write a book but only 2% actually do. Why are the statistics so...