I am IN LOVE with this week’s podcast episode! My very good friend @nonsenseword (aka, Dr. Meghan Bathgate) came on the show and INTERVIEWED ME!

We talked about:

🚀 What it was like to write, produce and launch a self-published book

🚀 How it feels to know that the book is out in the world

🚀 What change I hope the book will make in the world

🚀 How writing a book is a lot like driving through Toon Town (a la’ Who Framed Roger Rabbit)

This week the tables are turned as Amanda finds herself in the interview hot seat. This week we are excited to welcome her best friend, Dr. Meaghan Bathgate, as our guest host.

Listen in as they chat about all things self-publishing, and dive into Amanda’s book, Great Work – which releases

TODAY, June 7, 2022!!

Join us as we discuss:

04:03 Great Work is not necessarily one thing. It’s an intersection of different things, and it will flow and change over time.

06:15 The three stages of writing a book – Writing – Publish – Launch

07:21 Writing a book was an exercise in persistence.

08:51 Our experience of writing and publishing an article together.

11:29 Takeaways on how to organize ideas from a workshop with AJ Harper.

17:38 What was the production experience for Dr. Amanda as a self-published author.

24:16 What is a hybrid publisher and why might you use one.

25:15 How does it FEEL?

27:44 Dr. Amanda’s mission for her book

28:36 What would Dr. Amanda describes as the hardest part of writing and publishing a book?

33:04 Grief versus Relief in the face of a painful creative loss

33:39 Dr. Amanda’s joy and realization in writing the book.

Resources Mentioned

Amanda’s New Book! Get your copy here!

AJharper.com

annaparadox.com

About the Guest:

Meghan Bathgate, Ph.D. is the Director of Educational Program Assessment at the Poorvu Center. Meghan believes educational data can be used to ignite pivotal conversations in higher education and challenge assumptions we have about our work and the role we play in it. She is also a coffee-fueled mom, wife, impromptu kitchen dancer, mediocre musician, and library lover.

Twitter: @MeBathgate

Work Bio: https://poorvucenter.yale.edu/people/meghan-bathgate

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