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Booklet Tips From Paulette

Writing, producing, and promoting tips booklets for marketing, motivating, and making money.

Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Podcasts, Booklets, and Blogs

This morning's email brought a request to share something with you from someone who attended a teleclass I presented a few years ago. At first, I wasn't sure how his request connected with what my biz is about. After all, this is all about booklets. He has done a series of podcast interviews with former Starbucks President Howard Behar. When I expressed my confusion about the connection, the reply was that maybe it was a stretch to think the podcasts were his form of doing a booklet in audio format.

That got me thinking. I am always talking about the three different major learning styles, and encouraging people to look for booklet content in a range of places in their life (articles, speeches, interviews, workshop notes.) The podcast interviews can certainly be repurposed into tips booklets at some point down the road if desired.

So, at the request of Jim Canterucci, I share with you the link to his blog, with his February guest, former Starbucks President Howard Behar. According to Jim:

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The interview is very informative. Howard really cares about people and it really comes out how his leadership style supports that.

Personal Brilliance - Up Close and Practical, publishes a new episode each week and Howard is the guest all of February with four episodes - one for each of the Personal Brilliance catalysts.

You can visit the blog designed especially for sharing content each Sunday to pick up a description of the week's episodes with content highlights listed. There is a post there now that you can copy as a preview.
http://bloggerresources.mypersonalbrilliance.com

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Now, when will you be doing that text booklet, Jim, to get the word out about this great information to those visual learners?

Until next time,
Paulette - who can usually find some reasonable way to connect the dots for mutual benefit
www.tipsbooklets.com

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