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June 21, 2018


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Sandy L

I lurk here a lot but never commented til now.

Wow...I love this post..The stuff about likability and charm is so spot on and holds true not only for entertainers but all professions. Even dorky engineers who aren’t necessarily required to be suave are much much more succesful if they are personable and good communicators. Yes, someone may be a genius...but plenty of geniuses don’t get their ideas worked on because they didn’t get the right people or interested In What they are working on. I also am on the board at a nonprofit and it is amazing how much money can roll in if they have a charming charismatic founder.

As I’ve gotten older, I’ve gotten much better st managing the message. Your personal network and brand is so Important everywhere.

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    These are the image files for each of my published works of fiction. The L.A. Stories (currently eighteen separate novellas) are available singly for Kindle and Kindle apps from Amazon.com. My short novel MILLION DOLLAR DEATH features characters found in some of the L.A. Stories, and my play WHAT WENT DOWN is actually used in the novel. The four full-length novels are available for both Kindle and paperback formats.
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