Episode #004: Living Life With John Vorhaus

Where does a guy get off with writing a book called How to Live Life? Our guest today is just the person who has done that and much much more.

John Vorhaus is a prolific writer of multiple books on topics from poker, to writing, to comedy including the bestselling title The Comic Toolbox: How to Be Funny Even if You're Not. John is an internationally known screenwriter, working in 30 countries on 5 continents.

I brought John over because after reading his books, I knew that his practical, down to earth style would be so empowering in a conversation.

John has a lot of wisdom, all gained from experience, and it's exactly this no-nonsense, from the arena content that I am so excited to bring to you.

Join in today for a chat with John to learn:

  • What it takes to make it in a creative pursuit.
  • What "goofy enthusiasm" is and why it is important when starting anything.
  • How helping others is really helping yourself.
  • Why acceptance is an active choice.
  • and much more!

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Until Next Time

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About the author, Zayd

Zayd Jawad is the founder of Vital Significance, a business dedicated to helping all people build Self-Esteem.

He provides deep and empowering knowledge to help people develop their Self-Esteem holistically to become the positive role models they are meant to be.

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