Kick it with Corinna and Jules, as they interview Dominick Domasky, founder of Motivation Champs, who founded a company that supports thought leaders in publishing, screenwriting, social media, and even in-person events. You’ll hear their perspectives on how much time it can take to bring your idea to fruition, and how sometimes, a 28 day “quick fix” of writing, editing, and publishing your genius idea may not be the best path forward.
05:00 How Dominick got started and the interesting similarities he shares with Corinna & her family
07:20 The fallacy of “it will just work out if I work harder, or longer”
11:00 Can I have actually write and release a book in 28 days? Is that the right path?
17:00 To write or podcast? Choose your communication method and use available tools (like dictation).
20:30 When do you start marketing your book? Three months before publishing? Six months? More?
23:00 Remember who your audience is, and the audience you’re speaking to when guesting on podcasts.
24:00 Why we love Clubhouse and social audio as a tool to practice your message and public speaking. (Don’t just show up and throw up! Why over-selling is ALWAYS a bad idea)
26:23 Dominick’s closing advice – his final nugget of wisdom
About Dominick Domasky
Dominick Domasky is a publisher, author, storyteller, and founder of the inspiration sharing platform Motivation Champs. His greatest accomplishments are his two children and he aspires to be the best husband and father he can be. Dominick and Motivation Champs share inspiration, smiles, and positivity 24/7 and help others do the same. This mission is accomplished through publishing, screenwriting, a large social media footprint, in person events and work with nonprofits.
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