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How Much Do You Love People?

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.…

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Money Is Not A Motivator by Itself

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…

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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…

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How to Awaken the Imagination in Writing and Business

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…

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How to Make Money without Selling Your Soul

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…

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Don’t Please Everyone

In today’s post, Dave Baldwin discusses Seth Godin’s The Icarus Deception, about how we all are artists in this new century, no matter if our profession is in human resources or novel writing. Enjoy! Would you like to contribute to Write from the Inside Out? I am currently considering new guestbloggers on the topics of…

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Motivate Yourself to Write

Today we welcome again regular guestblogger, Dave Baldwin who shares his insights on Daniel Pink’s followup to A Whole New Mind–Drive, The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us. As writers, why do we do what we do? What’s really motivating us? Enjoy!   This month I decided to crack open Drive by Daniel Pink. It came…

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How to Avoid Bad Meetings Forever

Today we welcome back regular guestblogger Dave Baldwin to Write from the Inside Out. Dave discusses the book, Read This Before Our Next Meeting by Al Pittampalli. Meetings don’t have to be like a page from Dilbert–they CAN be effective if they are conducted for the right purpose. Read on! In this short (82-page) volume, Al…

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Build Your Professional Network While You Sleep

How does one do this? By writing a blog, course! Today regular contributor Dave Baldwin shares his thoughts on how writing a blog can build your network while you sleep so that when you do connect with colleagues face-to-face the hard introduction part is already done. Enjoy! Last week, someone made a comment to me…

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Do Olympians Multitask?

Here’s another thoughtful guestpost from regular contributor, Dave Baldwin. Are you one of those writers who multitasks on a regular basis? Dave bets you that’s not how the gold medalists made it to the top of the heap in London. Read on and enjoy! The Olympics have served as a reminder to me that breakthrough performance…

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