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Lit Up Radio lights up your creative world

Lit Up! with Angela Breidenbach, a show for creatives and those who want to know what makes them tick!
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Lit Up! Radio with Angela Breidenbach is growing quite an audience! Wow! We’re up to about 350K listeners on Lit Up radio.

Thank you so much for finding value in Lit Up! I’m so excited to share with you the stellar guests that share their wit, wisdom, and wonderful experiences with you to light up your creative world! Once the show syndicates and goes live, you’ll be able to see both the show notes and click the arrow to listen right on the site. Prior to the show going live, some have show notes. But don’t miss the amazing discussion where all the details are unpacked. If you’d rather subscribe via iTunes (now called Apple Podcasts) you can do that, too. Show notes on each episode.

Click “View” below or go to the regular Lit Up! show page at: https://toginet.com/shows/litup/

07-28-2017 Lit Up! Guests Ingram/IngramSpark View  (not done with the show notes, but I want you to have this on your do not miss list!)

07-21-2017 Lit Up! Guest Brian Bird 10 Commandments of Screenwriting (can’t wait for this one to go live!) View  

07-14-2017 Writing Novellas guest Debby Lee View 

07-07-2017 Wholistic Creativity with Guest Kathleen Freeman View 

06-30-2017 Diana Lesire Brandmeyer – Journey from Traditional to Hybrid Author, AMS Ads View

06-23-2017  On Remote: New Author Questions with Mary A. Mills View 
(As with all remotes, you’ll notice background noise during the party I was invited to be at as an author and radio host of Lit Up! with Angela Breidenbach. However, this show was too valuable not to share. I think you’ll be able to listen in and enjoy it without much difficulty at all. Just wanted to make sure you knew that the two remote shows have a little different sound due to the live background.) 

06-16-2017  On Remote w/Susan Thomas Small Presses, Interactive Mystery Games, Copyright, and more View
(As with all remotes, you’ll notice background noise during the party I was invited to be at as an author and radio host. However, this show was too valuable not to share. I think you’ll be able to listen in and enjoy it without much difficulty at all. Just wanted to make sure you knew that the two remote shows have a little different sound due to the live background.) 

06-09-2017  Guest Jenna Victoria Writing and Living Against the Odds View 

06-02-2017  Hybrid Authors, Audiobooks, & Agencies Supporting Indie Authors View 

05-26-2017 Guest Mark of Kobo View Have you wanted to go wide? Great tips in this episode!

05-19-2017  Surviving and Thriving Janet Perez Eckles View 

05-12-2017  Professional Editing with guest Jennifer Vander Klipp View 

05-05-2017  Guest Author Liz Tolsma on writing & Scrivener View 

04-28-2017  Writing for Hollywood, Dr. Ted Baehr & JD DeWitt View

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09 – P.E.A.R.S. Tasty Tips for Everyday Courage

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P.E.A.R.S. Prepare, Expect, Assess, Referrals, Sketch...

P.E.A.R.S. Prepare, Expect, Assess, Referrals, Sketch…

Regardless of the challenge we’re facing, this acronym, P.E.A.R.S. can help in the battle. No, not the tasty pears. But remember these tips to overcome fear.

  • Prepare: Begin observing, reading, getting educated.
  • Expect: Pay attention to what happens repeatedly. What can you expect will happen again?
  • Assess: What do you know already? What do you still need to learn?
    • Recognize when emotion is in the way. Rather than reactive (emotional), become proactive in finding new ways to handle the situation.
  • Referrals: Who has gone through the situation before? Who is an expert you can turn to for help? Ask for referrals to experts. Glean help and opportunity for change. Ask for tools to help you cope.
    • The more you know, the more you’ll become confident with the struggle and finding the journey through the struggle.
    • Don’t make just one person responsible for supporting you. Look for more than one person so you create a safety network and each person helps carry the weight rather than overloading one person. They might not have all the answers either.
  • Sketch: What’s the plan? Write it, draw it out, create step-by-step plans to overcome the problem.

What will you do now?
The plan doesn’t work unless you start it.

*** Coming soon: a new Grace Under Pressure Radio book series

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