The Author To Authority Podcast
Every professional, entrepreneur, coach and small business owner has one thing in common.
They use their skills, talents, and abilities to build people either personally or professionally in a powerful way, and that is what this is podcast is all about.
Each guest will share not only their life story but powerful tips that will help you live a better life.
Many will be authors who will also share their author’s journey and how it has impacted their life and the lives of their readers.
If you have ever wondered if writing a book makes a difference, then this podcast is for you.
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Welcome to the Writer’s Workshop. Every month Co-Host Juanita Wootton-Radko shares on tools and tips to make your content excellent. In this episode, she talks about the Track Changes feature in Microsoft Word and how it makes the editing process faster.
Brian Sexton, the host of The Intentional Encourager podcast, joins Kim on this episode to talk about how to make strong connections because #PeopleBuyFromPeople.
Kim takes time to thank some very special men who have shaped who she is as a person and encouraged her to live her dreams.
Coach A.M. Williams joins Kim to talk about how you can leverage your business even through the most difficult circumstances.
Coach A.M. Williams is a Results Coach who specializes in helping experts transform their expertise into high leveraged offers.
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Award-Winning Speaker, International Best-Selling Author, The Extraordinary Word Ninja, and Chief Visionary Officer RTI Publishing
Have you ever looked at a blank computer screen in frustration because the words won’t come because you are afraid it won’t sound right? Or worse, that it won’t be received well?
Kim spent many years feeling that way after a teacher told Kim that she was, “No good at writing and should stop.” Discouraged, Kim put writing aside. Then, she came to a crossroads in her life and let those painful words go. She set her words free and let her voice to be heard once more. Since then, she has gone on to author five books (with three more on the way this year), two planners and even a collection of Sudoku books. Most importantly, Kim started RTI Publishing and has helped over one hundred entrepreneurs to become authors and taught them how to use their books to become authorities in their niche and open doors to build their business faster.
Kim understands the power of words and can’t wait to share them with you on this podcast.