Really Good Reads | Incredible Writing Makes Amazing Audio

Really Good Reads | Incredible Writing Makes Amazing Audio
By SamTLeslie
About this podcast
The Really Good Reads Podcast: Where Incredible Writing Makes Amazing Audio. Yep, that's it. We turn Blogs, Articles, and Emails in the Business and Lifestyle Niche into great audio, so you can listen to the most interesting written content on the web on the go. We love Web Business and Social Dynamics. If something else interests you that should be turned into Amazing Audio, please let us know at reallygoodreads.co

--SamT
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Latest episodes
June 9, 2015
This Podcast is a Guest post on Brian Carter's Website BrianCarterGroup.com. Jamie Notter and Maddie Grant have written a book that profiles many different companies that are ready for the coming Millennial Storm and are ready to grow with the Millennial mindset. It also teaches you how to pivot to be ready to leverage the Millennial skillset and understanding of the world. Listen and enjoy!  
June 2, 2015
This post is targeted toward Business owners and entrepreneurs, but I spend a long time rambling about business valuations and things. Brian D. Evans really shows entrepreneurs what they need to realize and be grateful for. He was really concise. I loved this episode because it pertains to what I do. Anyway, I hope you enjoy Brian's Read!  
May 26, 2015
AJ Harbinger kills it on this post. It is really an essay on how to accept where you are, find where you need to go and go for it. He makes it really clear and outlines some steps to take. This post really struck a cord with me. Hope you enjoy it!   --SamT
May 19, 2015
Aaron @ theconfidencelounge.com really did a great job talking about Gut health and it's necessity for a healthy mind.  It is not a super in-depth article, but it does bring up some important points that you should listen to and investigate for yourself.    
May 12, 2015
Greg Nunan wrote this Profitable Partnerships BlogPost and it was exactly where I have been over the past couple of months.  My Partners and I are doing a Joint Venture on two separate Software Tools. We will be closing on them soon. We are buying businesses together. You know why it is a profitable partnership? Because we are both great at different things! It is already amazing. I know we are going to knock it out of the park.   Anyway, Greg runs NoHatDigital.com. It is a great site that focuses on "Entrepreneurship without the Bullshit/Phooey." Make sure to visit them on the web! You will love me for it.   --SamT
May 11, 2015
I'm Rescheduling the Release of the Podcast. I will start releasing on Tuesday Mornings! It's going to be awesome. --SamT
May 4, 2015
I don't know if you are like me or not, but I can't create with music or people talking in the background. I have to have quiet in order to "plumb the depths" to create. I mean, if music is playing, I can't hear you speak...Seriously, I can't hear you because my mind is focused on the music or conversation going on. It has always been a problem for me--always seemed like a curse. But, silence is my creative friend. Walter Chen hit it on the head with this "How to Work Quietly" excerpt of his book What You Don't Know about Marketing: How to take back Your Workday. Please take a listen and reclaim your work day.  Also, listen till the end and give me your opinion on my prospective new podcast based on Walter's concept and proof. --SamT
April 27, 2015
Spencer may be one of my new favorite bloggers because he admits that he doesn't have the all the answers and solutions upfront. I love it when someone shares their experiences, but doesn't profess to have the answers. It is refreshing in this marketing world of "5 Reasons you are horrible at life" and "3 Obvious things your life is missing to be full." Spencer, you have really helped me focus by just writing some of your experiences down. Thanks. Listen to the podcast--it is refreshing. --Spencer Haws is a family man who happens to love new ideas and businesses. For the sake his sanity and the success of his businesses, he has focused on a couple of things. But, they are all in the same niche. He blogs @ Nichepursuits.com and has a podcast with the same name. He also owns a Software tool called Long Tail Pro to help people find the most profitable keywords to focus on. Please check him out. He is an all-around awesome guy. --SamT
April 20, 2015
I don't know if you have heard of John Corcoran, but here is your chance to look into his mind and see how he approaches contacting people he wants to get to know. I use some of these techniques in getting guests to let me read their writing on my show. I haven't met with much resistance and most people who are actually reading my emails respond. Of course for some of my featured writers, you cannot contact them through email. Either their assistant is screening for the most important emails or they just don't have an email address available. But, that's still cool because there are other ways to get in touch with people... I want to thank Noah Kagan who has been very gracious to let me feature his blog twice now. Thanks, Noah! John literally wrote the book on Connections and increasing income. His book has a really, really long title: How to Increase Your Income in 14 Days by Building Relationships with VIPs, Even If You hate Networking. He also has a podcast and his website is SmartBusinessRevolution.com. Please go check him out and his great advice on networking and building relationships that last and are profitable.  --SamT
April 13, 2015
Hey ya'll! I am featuring Demian Farnworth on ReallyGoodReads this week. Demian is Copyblogger Media's Chief Content Writer which means he writes a lot. So, he knows how to establish authority online. He also writes for his site: copybot.com. His podcast rocks. You can find it here: Rough Draft.   Anyway, folks, I know if you are listening and have visited the site that you are interested in some kind of web business and establishing authority online. Please dig in and enjoy the read. I know it will bring you value.   About Copyblogger:   Since January 2006, Copyblogger has been teaching people how to create killer online content — valuable information that attracts attention, drives traffic, and builds your business.   These days, that’s called content marketing.   Today, Copyblogger brings you original, relevant content every week about what’s working right now in online content marketing — for free. And we’re not too humble to say it’s the most popular content marketing and writing blog on the planet.   --SamT