Episode 38 | Control, collaboration, and concern with Ron Price (replay)

  In this replay from 2020, Ron Price joins me to talk about our book, Growing Influence, and how to regain control, take advantage of collaboration, and avoid draining your energy with concern. This episode is full of leadership gems. Connect with me at http://stacyennis.com. Follow me on Instagram @stacyennis and on Facebook @stacyenniscreative. To […]

Episode 37 | Developing a location independent mindset (replay)

In this replay from 2019, I talk about how growing up in Idaho, I dreamt of going to NYC like my favorite character in The Baby-Sitters Club, Stacey. But life turned out a little wilder, and now I’m living in my third developing country with my husband and two small children. With this most recent […]

Episode 36 | The true ROI of writing a book

Many aspiring authors anchor to one thing early in the book-writing process—often before they’ve even written a word: potential book sales. They do the math: how many books will I have to sell to make back my investment (time and money)?   But that’s a false equation, because the true ROI of a book isn’t […]

Episode 35 | Busting 5 book-writing myths—and why you should write yours

  Over the past decade-plus in the industry, I’ve heard every reason for not writing a book. And inevitably, those “reasons” are connected to myths—untrue beliefs that stop would-be authors before they even get started writing their books. In this episode, I bust five of those myths and explain why now, not later, is the […]

Episode 34 | What it’s like to write a book with leadership advisor and NBS student Mike Green

  In 2020, Mike Green’s wife said to him, “You should write your book.” Like so many of us, Mike was at home, shut off from normal life during the earlier days of COVID. Days later, he joined Nonfiction Book School, my program for aspiring authors. This week on the podcast, Mike Green shares his […]

Episode 32 | Write that book: a conversation with author and NBS student, Lindsey Weigle

In this podcast episode, I connect with author and Nonfiction Book School student, Lindsey Weigle. Lindsey joined Nonfiction Book School last fall to finish writing her book, Enough Already. The first two-thirds of the book came easily, and while she was driven to complete the first draft of her book, she was stuck and unsure […]

Episode 31 | Great style is for everyone: a conversation with wardrobe stylist Laura Tully

Laura Tully loves people and fashion. When she realized she could merge the two as a style expert, her world became a hefty dose of happy. She built her company on a simple philosophy: great style is for everyone. She works with really great people and companies who do amazing things. She shows individuals how […]

Episode 29 | How to deliver a phenomenal virtual keynote and recover from business disaster with Misty Megia

Misty Megia is a creative producer extraordinaire who has helped craft and produce keynotes on some of the biggest stages in the world. After leaving her high-profile Fortune 500 position on February 26, 2020, to start her own company, Misty lost $85,000 in contracts in one day as events around the US were cancelled due […]