dave baldwin

/Tag:dave baldwin

How to Find Support as a First-Time Author

Dave Baldwin of Raleigh (author/editor and content producer extraordinaire) is my guest blogger today and gives new authors fantastic tips on how to find viable support in the big, beautiful-ugly world of publishing. It comes down to finding the right professionals on your team. Enjoy this blog and learn more about Dave at the bottom of this [...]

By |May 9th, 2016|Editor|4 Comments

5 Ways to Stop Holiday Anxiety

This week’s guestblogger is Dave Baldwin of Raleigh: writer, content producer extraordinaire and Director of Customer Success for Raleigh-based software developer Buzz.Report. Today Dave gives us five tips on how to survive the holiday season if you're a writer. I've been doing a lot of travel this season and sometimes you can get more done while you wait on [...]

By |November 30th, 2015|Blogging, Writing|0 Comments

Using #NaNoWriMo to Jump Start Your 2016

Professional reporter proofreading a text and checking errors late at night. This week’s guestblogger is  Dave Baldwin of Raleigh: writer, content producer extraordinaire and sales process architect. I’ve known Dave for over eight years after meeting at a publishing panel in Durham, North Carolina. Since then, we’ve collaborated on writing workshops, writing projects, referrals and [...]

By |October 19th, 2015|Writing|1 Comment

5 Creativity Killers and How to Deal with Them

This week’s guestblogger is writer, content producer extraordinaire and sales process architect Dave Baldwin of Raleigh. I’ve known Dave for over eight years starting when he showed up at a publishing panel I was on in Durham. Since then, we’ve collaborated on writing workshops, writing projects, referrals and blogging. I consider him a great friend and he'll [...]

By |September 21st, 2015|Creativity, Writing|1 Comment

Procrastination and the Art of the Deadline

This week’s guestblogger is writer, content producer extraordinaire and sales process architect Dave Baldwin of Raleigh. I’ve known Dave for over eight years starting when he was one of my open mic participants. Since then, we’ve collaborated on writing workshops, writing projects, referrals and blogging. I consider him a great friend and he'll be posting [...]

By |August 23rd, 2015|Blogging, Creativity, Writing|2 Comments

How Much Do You Love People?

Enjoy Dave Baldwin's last guestpost here at Write From the Inside Out. Dave reviews How to Become a Rainmaker by Jeff Fox and discovers selling is not what everyone thinks it is.   Reading How to Become a Rainmaker by Jeff Fox felt somewhat like a much-needed cold shower or a dressing-down from a person in authority. [...]

By |August 20th, 2013|Book Reviews|1 Comment

Money Is Not A Motivator by Itself

Are you living your purpose every day? How are you making a difference in the world? Our guestblogger, Dave Baldwin reviewed Conscious Capitalism by Whole Foods' John Mackey and explores these ideas in today's post. Enjoy!   Conscious Capitalism by John Mackey came into my life at an opportune time, as I recently made the decision to start [...]

By |July 8th, 2013|Book Reviews|0 Comments

Hank, Why Do You Drink?

How many times over the course of a week does someone ask you , "What do you do?" Instead of telling them that you're a writer, author, entrepreneur, or broke as hell, turn that question around and answer as if they ask you, "Why do you do what you do?" Dave Baldwin pens another fantastic [...]

By |June 10th, 2013|Book Reviews|0 Comments

How to Awaken the Imagination in Writing and Business

Thank you, Dave Baldwin for another fantastic post about how tips from a noted novelist can help you overcome your writing blocks. Enjoy and be inspired! And if you'd like to know more about the craft of writing fiction, check out my new webinar series STARTING TOMORROW:   How to Write the Next Great American Novel [...]

By |May 13th, 2013|Book Reviews|0 Comments

How to Make Money without Selling Your Soul

If you have dreams of starting your own creative business , don’t worry that you’re not big enough. As you’ll soon find out from Dave Baldwin’s review of Small Giants by Bo Burlingham, you’ll see that bigger isn’t always better. You can retain control of your vision and not get absorbed into a huge corporate [...]

By |April 8th, 2013|Book Reviews|2 Comments