Vividlife Radio’s Kristen White welcomes bestselling author coach Ann McIndoo. Have you had a powerful experience in your life? A trauma, an illness, or a deeply personal encounter that has shifted the way you look at things? Do you know that if other people could hear your story they would be inspired and also have the tools needed to avoid or better handle a similar situation? A book is the best way to share your personal journey with the world. Ann McIndoo will talk with Kristen about how she helps transform people’s lives by coaching them through the process of sharing their stories in a book.
Ann McIndoo is CEO and Founder of So, You Want to Write!, a company that assists aspiring writers turn concepts into manuscripts. Designed for professionals, entrepreneurs, business owners, coaches and CEOs, Ann’s coaching guides clients through a proven process to achieve their book-writing goals. Ann’s own books include So, You Want to Write, 7 Easy Steps to Write Your Book, and many others. Ann has produced more than 500 books for clients and specializes in teaching: Writing preparation, Organization for writers, Content production, Motivation & Writing technologies
The Ripple Effect is a news-style talk show featuring some of the world’s foremost experts in personal development and wellness of the mind, body and spirit, hosted by award-winning television journalist and anchor Kristen White. Since leaving the world of TV news, Kristen has worked with entrepreneurs of all types to help them succeed in both business and life, providing coaching, training and thought leadership. Now she brings her own expertise as well as that of others to a new format – transformational radio. Behind The Ripple Effect is the idea that one voice, one sentence or one single “drop” of wisdom is all it takes to help transform your life. The show is a marketplace of ideas for anyone looking to make a change for the better, either professionally or personally. The Ripple Effect provides the perfect transformational diet for those who are hungry for something of substance amid the “junk food” of traditional radio