I’m excited to share a conversation on my podcast with an individual who has had a profound impact on my career: Tim Vandehey.
Tim is a friend and business mentor—not to mention a renowned writer. A freelance writer since 1995, he is an award-winning New York Times best-selling ghostwriter of more than sixty-five nonfiction books.
In this week’s episode, we talk about why we humans are notoriously awful at finishing projects and what we can do about it. We discuss how we’ve each been able to tackle and complete big projects—you know, like writing dozens of books—and share practical strategies to get things done. Plus, we talk about the business of ghostwriting and share insider tips for writers looking to succeed in the field.
Learn More About Tim:
- Facebook and Linkedin
- Tim’s most recent book: Swipe: The Science Behind Why We Don’t Finish What We Start
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- Instagram @stacyennis
- Facebook @stacyenniscreative
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Interesting interview. Tim has quite a history. I came across his name recently and now I come across this podcast. Funny how that works. I was in IT for 33 years and now am blogging and writing books to share with others what I have learned in my life. We are not in control of timing. Stuff comes up so give yourself grace and know that when the time is right, things will happen if you keep the faith. Just wanted to say hello and nice to meet you both. Keep looking up!
Thank you for this thoughtful note, Pattie! Keep up the effort to share your ideas and story. Thanks for listening. 🙂