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Fire Up! Chat with Christine Whitmarsh Bestselling celebrity ghostwriter Christine Whitmarsh helps authors, speakers, and personalities share their stories, communicate their messages, and build thought leadership platforms through their books. As a ghostwriter for high profile personalities since 2001, Christine has worked with major publishing houses including Simon & Schuster, Penguin Group USA, and Morgan James Publishing. Christine is also the #1 Amazon bestselling author of the book “Personal Paparazzi: Your Brand Story Told Your Way.” Her creative agency of professional writers and strategists has served clients worldwide since 2003. Today Christine’s company serves business leaders, entertainment personalities, and other thought leaders, by helping them write and publish their books, and then build...

Rebekah Radice and Josh Parkinson of Post Planner invited me to chat with them about "How to Use Storytelling in Your Social Media Marketing".  As you can imagine, it took me all of 2 seconds to ACCEPT! We discussed a current book I am reading (Firms of Endearment) and then went for a deep dive into what storytelling is all about, how to do it, where to share stories, and so much more.  Want a teaser to the chat?  I thought so...

  This post is part of the d11 Personal Branding Blog Series…   Each of the 25 branding tips is getting a deeper dive this year.     Personal Branding Tip #5: Be Specific. Have you ever asked someone:  "How are you?" OF COURSE you have.   It is one of the top questions we ask one another.  Now, I understand people (not you or me, of course) have been known to just use this question as a way to say hello and are not really asking about your current condition.  Let's stop this.  Let's use this as an opportunity to connect.   If you are with me, let's do this and stop missing out.  Every single day many of us miss opportunities to share...

  This post is part of the d11 Personal Branding Blog Series…   Each of the 25 branding tips is getting a deeper dive this year.     Personal Branding Tip #5: Be Specific. Have you ever asked someone:  "How are you?" OF COURSE you have.   It is one of the top questions we ask one another.  Now, I understand people (not you or me, of course) have been known to just use this question as a way to say hello and are not really asking about your current condition.  Let's stop this.  Let's use this as an opportunity to connect.   If you are with me, let's do this and stop missing out.  Every single day many of us miss opportunities to share...