Morgan James Radio is brought to you by Morgan James Publishing. Morgan James Radio will help authors find the right path with content that will educate, encourage, inspire, and entertain. Morgan James Radio is hosted by the founder of Morgan James Publishing, David Hancock, along with Jody Maberry. "Morgan James makes an extraordinary effort to help its authors to grow their own business." - Publisher's Weekly
"Regardless of what industry you're in, whether your b to c, your b to b... It's all about the people who are working with people. And when the people aspect of the business shines and goes above expectation, that's where you start to see loyalty really produced."
02:36 Introduction of Josh Liebman and his book "The Hospitality M...
It's not just about being a mother or a woman. It's about leveraging the wisdom and lessons learned from your mom to excel in the workplace, regardless of gender. - Valerie Cockerell
Valerie Cockerell is no stranger to a challenge. Navigating her way through a myriad of roles, including as a leader at Disney, she found herself juggling the responsibilities of being a mother and a leader in ...
"Even if you only sell three copies, it is worth the time. You've earned this experience as an author, and it's an opportunity to engage with your readers and leave a lasting impression." - David Hancock
Many authors wonder about the value of book signings. During this episode we dive deep into ...
With Morgan James Publishing celebrating their 20th anniversary it felt like the perfect time for David to reflect on where the business has been and how it got here. The publishing industry has changed over the last two decades, and while we can't anticipate the challenges that are ahead for Morgan James Publishing, he knows they have learned a ton.
When David first stepped into the world ...
Rob Kosberg shares how to get the most out of the book you write by utilizing online marketing.
Book funnels are a key piece in the distribution strategy at Best Seller Publishing. It is key to driving traffic, building an audience, and getting the word out about your product.
When it comes to getting the most out of your book, you must determine why you are writing you...
Liam Austin, entrepreneur, and co-founder of Entrepreneurs HQ share the benefits authors experience by participating in and hosting virtual Summits.
Liam Austin is the co-founder of Entrepreneurs HQ and Virtual Summit Academy. A business growth strategist, Liam equips and empowers entrepreneurs in many spheres to increase their authority, grow their audience (and email list), and build a ne...
Dr. Gary Josephson, MD, MBA, author of Ordinary to Extraordinary Seven Principles for Life Success, shares some principles to live by so you have a fulfilling life and sustainable long-term success.
Dr. Gary Josephson dedicated his life and career as a pediatric otolaryngologist and Chief Medical officer. Through this journey, he identified seven principles that, when applied, have a proven track record of producing a life you ca...
David Hancock and Bobby Kipper, co-authors of Performance Driven Giving, share the importance of having a giving mindset in both personal and professional lives.
David and Bobby, experienced best-selling authors, seek to provide others with a roadmap to unleashing the power of generosity in their life. Giving back is important to every aspect of life; it grounds you personally and can differentiate you professionally. It doesn’t ma...
Sarah Humphreys, Morgan James’ youngest author, gives helpful tips on keeping organized when writing a novel.
At sixteen years old, Sarah pitched and landed her first book deal for a YA dystopian fantasy titled Stone Cold. When writing fiction, keeping details and backstory details straight can prove challenging. The best way to keep it all straight is with a master document. Google doc is a great resource. It can serve as a go-to ...
Corey Poirier shares how to successfully utilize crowdfunding as you launch your book.
Crowdfunding is not something people consider when planning their book launch. While underutilized, it can provide valuable exposure, feedback, and accountability prior to your book hitting the market.
When it comes to crowdfunding, you must have a clear plan. As with any launch, having a launch plan is key to success. Who are you going to approa...
Bruce Stachenfeld shares the three things anyone starting in Real Estate needs to know to launch a successful career.
You can apply the wisdom found in philosophy and business to the real estate industry. When you have a clear vision, you can plot a learning curve that will project you to success.
When you are starting, go big. Get a job in the most prestigious company in the largest city. Make sure you work for a company doing cut...
Renee Marino reveals how to master the art of communication through boldness and confidence.
Many have an issue with asking to receive. Whether you think you aren't good enough or you think others are better than you. Everyone has the ability and confidence inside.
You must be a student of life and learn all you can through the opportunities that are available to you. Be in constant communication with yourself so you know the sound...
Tia Graham shares her eight-step methodology for leaders to prioritize their happiness and thrive in their day-to-day lives.
The traditional rat race mentality tells you that you can be happy when…when you get a promotion, accomplish something great, etc. Embracing mental wholeness and finding happiness today are needed to live a balanced life.
Through utilizing the science of happiness and neuroscience, leaders can find balance an...
Kevin Williams unpacks what it means to operate in irrational kindness in your place of work.
Your work matters, no matter how menial. You can change someone’s day. It is irrational but true. There is purpose in what you do.
We can lift each other when we view our job as an opportunity to encourage others. Use the tools and avenues at your fingertips to put irrational kindness into the world.
Amy Scruggs shares her best tips for getting comfortable presenting yourself on camera.
Influencer culture and the transition to video interviews have led to authors needing to become more comfortable presenting on camera. For many, it starts uncomfortable but gets easier over time.
It starts with self-awareness and builds to practicing and fine-tuning your presentation. Learning to convey your engagement on video will help you suc...
Dan Gingiss joins us to discuss his new book, The Experience Maker.
Every company and brand can create a remarkable experience that customers can’t wait to share. We are all in customer experience and customer service.
Everything you do is part of the customer experience. Anyone can immediately implement ideas that can improve the customer experience without needing a huge budget or manager approval.
David Hancock explains how bookstores have changed over the last 18 months.
When many bookstores were closed, they reevaluated their business models. Bookstores are more focused on regional and local interest rather than selling the big national sellers.
There are many opportunities for authors. And some great news coming out of major bookstores that are encouraging for authors.
La Vonne Earl, the author of A Coach for Christ, joins David Hancock and Jody Maberry to discuss how coaches can use books to build content and connect with more people.
La Vonne talks about how she used her existing coaching strategies and framework to write her book. Through the book, she has been able to get a bigger reach and more influence than she could have before.
Matthew Luhn is a writer and former 20 Year Pixar storyteller. Matthew has worked on popular Pixar films including the Toy Story movies, Monsters Inc, Finding Nemo, Cars, and Up.
Now, Matthew shares his storytelling secrets in the book, The Best Story Wins.
In this conversation with David Hancock and Jody Maberry, Matthew explains how you can use storytelling in a book, in a movie, or in the boardroom.
David Hancock, the founder, and CEO of Morgan James Publishing discusses his book, Performance Driven Thinking.
Performance Driven Thinking was first published in 2014 and became a USA Today Best Seller and Wall Street Journal Best Seller in 2019.
David discusses why the book is still relevant, how he brought it back to life, and how he is using the book to create courses, masterminds, and future books.
"McCartney: A Life in Lyrics" offers listeners the opportunity to sit in on conversations between Paul McCartney and poet Paul Muldoon dissecting the people, experiences, and art that inspired McCartney’s songwriting. These conversations were held during the past several years as the two collaborated on the best selling book, “The Lyrics: 1965 to Present.” Over two seasons and 24 episodes of “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics”, you’ll hear a combination master class, memoir, and improvised journey with one of the most beloved figures in popular music. Each episode focuses on one song from McCartney’s iconic catalog – spanning early Beatles through his solo work. Season 1 premieres on October 4th. “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics” is a co-production between iHeart Media, MPL and Pushkin Industries. Cover Portrait © 1967 Paul McCartney / Photographer: Linda McCartney
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If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks, then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.
Unforgettable true crime mysteries, exclusive newsmaker interviews, hard-hitting investigative reports and in-depth coverage of high profile stories.