Kayla Berg – Book Journeys Author Interview – Feb. 9, 2017

February 9, 2017

On this episode of Book Journeys, Vice President for The Author Incubator, Jenn McRobbie, interviews Kayla Berg, author of Frazzled to Free: The Soulful Momma’s Guide to Finding Meaningful Work. Kayla had wanted to write a novel when she was eight years old, but in the intervening years she didn’t follow through on that urge. Years later, she found herself in the position of being a mother who was looking for work that could support her vision of life with family, and Kayla remarked that there was so much information about this that it was hard for her to figure... Read More

Sue Rasmussen – Book Journeys Author Interview – Feb. 2, 2017

February 2, 2017

On this episode of Book Journeys, Vice President for The Author Incubator, Jenn McRobbie, interviews Sue Rasmussen, author of My Desk Is Driving Me Crazy: End Overwhelm, Do Less and Accomplish More and Unclutter Your Spirit. As a child Sue had always been an organizer, always rearranging the clothes in her closet and the furniture the house, but she didn’t focus on what to keep and what to then let go of until she got divorced at around the age of forty. At that time, she remarked, she had a dream house and a lot of “beautiful stuff,” but when... Read More

The Dog Died…

January 26, 2017

Before I get to the dog, let’s get one thing straight: Success is not a privilege- it’s something you earn with relentless hard and deep work. It is insane to me how many entitled entrepreneurs I have spoken to in the last 2 months truly believe because they work a lot of hours and make a lot of investments in their business that they deserve success to come. Hate me if you want, but at least I’m giving it to you straight – You have the EXACT amount of success you deserve. You’ve had opportunity after opportunity to be successful... Read More

Debbie Lazinsky – Book Journeys Author Interview – Jan. 26, 2017

January 26, 2017

On this episode of Book Journeys (link to interview transcription), Vice President for The Author Incubator, Jenn McRobbie, interviews Debbie Lazinsky, author of No Time to Lose: How I Lost 185 Pounds and Saved My Life. Debbie was 54 years old and weighed over three hundred pounds when her doctor told her that, because of her morbid obesity, she wouldn’t see sixty unless she had gastric bypass surgery. Debbie was shocked by the news and didn’t want to live the lifestyle required after the surgery, and so began the process of losing her weight “the old-fashioned way.” Debbie was then... Read More

Jodi Jensen-Schuelke – Book Journeys Author Interview – Jan. 19, 2017

January 19, 2017

On this episode of Book Journeys, Vice President for The Author Incubator, Jenn McRobbie, interviews Jodi Jensen-Schuelke, author of I Just Want Out: Seven Careful Steps Leaving Your Emotionally Abusive Husband and Relationship Detox: 7 Steps to Preparing for Your Ideal Relationship. Jodi had always thought of writing a book, telling herself that she would do so at some point in her life, and when she finally took the plunge, so to speak, she wrote out two different books within the space of a year. Her first book, I Just Want Out, was first released in March, 2016 and Relationship... Read More

Dana Ayers – Book Journeys Author Interview – Jan. 12, 2017

January 12, 2017

On this episode of Book Journeys, Vice President for The Author Incubator, Jenn McRobbie, interviews Dana Ayers, author of Confessions of an Unlikely Runner: A Guide to Racing and Obstacle Courses for the Averagely Fit and Halfway Dedicated. As a child, Dana had wanted to write a book and had written some stories, but as she said, “Life got in the way.” She started a blog while she was in graduate school as a way for her to procrastinate when it came to actually doing homework, and in that blog Dana wrote out just about everything she experienced in her... Read More

Alison Donaghey – Book Journeys Author Interview – Jan. 5, 2017

January 5, 2017

On this episode of Book Journeys, Vice President for The Author Incubator, Jenn McRobbie, interviews Alison Donaghey, author of Change Your Business, Change the World: The Domino Effect of Your Thinking. As Alison remarked to Jenn during the interview, she has always thought several steps ahead, noting that she occasionally, as a child, drove her teachers “nuts” because of that. It was a way of thinking that, throughout her life, made her think that she was “a bit of a freak,” but one which is the basis of her present book, which is essentially aimed at enabling people to think... Read More

The Real Story About My Car Accident

December 31, 2016

🚨THE REAL STORY ABOUT MY CAR ACCIDENT 🚨 (THIS IS EMBARRASSING AND I DIDN’T WANT TO SHARE BUT NYE IS THE TIME FOR ME TO COME CLEAN. IT’S A LONG READ BUT WORTH THE TIME. I PROMISE.) When you are crushed under a moving vehicle, turns out quit a few things get thrown into question. I’m going to tell you the real story about what happened when I got pinned under my mini-van on December 23rd but first, you have to understand something about me. I decided on my goals for 2017 but these goals came with a problem. When... Read More

Jana Berghoefer – Book Journeys Author Interview – Dec. 29, 2016

December 29, 2016

On this episode of Book Journeys, Vice President for The Author Incubator, Jenn McRobbie, interviews Jana Berghoefer, author of Get Clear: Claim Your Intuitive Instincts. Get Clear sprang from Jana’s exploration into the nature of intuition and how to use it in her everyday life, which, in turn, sprang from some personal experiences, such as her father’s illness, that made her reframe the way she was living, particularly after she realized that she was limiting herself. She studied with a person who was into intuition development, and it was from this, and applying the lessons she learned about intuition in... Read More

Wag Of The Finger For Brendon Burchard

December 28, 2016

You know what’s the most ego-driven, self-serving, heart-less thing I see coaches and other healing entrepreneurs do? Creating more content instead of focusing on selling. You know what’s even more offensive than that? Business coaches for “heart-centered entrepreneurs” that encourage this non-sense! Creating pretty student centers and workbooks is a privilege you EARN by helping people, not a right. This isn’t an arts and crafts camp. Your 12 part video series or 10 class dripped campaign is not changing lives sitting behind an unclicked link in the cloud. Congrats to you for creating it now shut the eff up, stop... Read More