Episode 147 - Perseverance branding and podcasting for writers with Sarah Werner

September 28, 2019 00:42:43
Episode 147 - Perseverance branding and podcasting for writers with Sarah Werner
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Episode 147 - Perseverance branding and podcasting for writers with Sarah Werner
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My guest for this episode is my friend Sarah Werner. Sarah is a creator, producer, and encourager of fellow creatives. She is also the host of the 'Write Now' and 'Girl In Space' podcasts. Sarah always manages to combine warmth and wisdom in what she says, and in this conversation she shares insights and practical tips for developing perseverance and resilience as a creative, developing a brand for ourselves and our work, and the why and how of creating your own podcast as a writer.

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