Zander is a writing coach and a ghost writer. He helps his clients bring out their best stories to better serve and help their audience. Zander speaks on how someone can discover their own story, refine it, and write it in a way that benefits others. Zander is also a father of two and talks about the kind of legacy he wants to leave behind.
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[2:20] What does Zander do?
[4:00] What is a ghost writer?
[8:10] How can someone refine their own story?
[15:35] Ask yourself: What were your defining moments last year?
[17:30] What happened in your life that really shifted/changed you?
[20:30] Take small steps. Start a journal.
[24:25] The way you tell your story needs to help the reader.
[29:00] How does Zander define success?
[34:25] Don't visualize it, do it!
[40:00] Zander recommends The War of Art by Steven Pressfield
[47:30] What kind of challenges do men face today?
[50:05] Zander loves being a dad, but it's also the hardest thing to do.
[53:40] If Zander could leave one legacy in the world, what would it be?
Mentioned in This Episode:
The Truth by Neil Strauss
The War of Art by Steven Pressfield
Gates of Fire by Steven Pressfield