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August 3, 2017

Thriving Launch with Justin Paperny

On July 13, I received this email from Luis Congdon, who runs the ThrivingLaunch Podcast.

Strength of Mind With Justin Paperny

Strength of Mind With Justin Paperny

“Hello Justin,

I am a writer for MindBody Green, Huffington Post, Inc. Magazine, and various other major publications.

My name is Luis Congdon and I am writing today to invite you onto the hit business and leadership podcast – ThrivingLaunch. It’s been featured on the front page of iTunes, ranked #1 in New Noteworthy for over 8 weeks, boasts a large audience, is sponsored, and we’d love to have you on the show.

We carefully choose guests who have achieved great results in business, leadership, and innovation. We’ve had guests like: Jack Canfield, Marianne Williamson, Jen Sincero, Gay Hendricks, Don Miguel Ruiz, Russell Brunson, Ben Settle, Kevin Rogers, Kyle Cease (#1 Comedian of 2015, performed on stage w/Jim Carrey & Eckhart Tolle), Bruce Lipton, Harville Hendricks (19x Oprah guest), John Gray, Drs. John and Julie Gottman, Gretchen Rubin, and many others.

We’d love to have you on the show. As a guest we do ask you to share the show and help promote it via email and social media. We’ll give you swipe and incredible material so it’s fun and valuable. We promote, you promote, everyone wins and we do all the production and creation of incredible content for you

It’s pretty simple. We meet on skype, 15-20 minutes, we produce and master the track, promote it and you get more exposure and fans.

If it’s a fit for you, please feel free to book your slot here

***Please don’t share this link with anyone, as we’ve carefully vetted every guest and if someone comes in that we don’t know we have to cancel their interview which never looks good for anyone.

Thank you – we look forward to having you on the show.”

I accepted Luis’s invitation to contribute to the Thriving Launch podcast. If you have interest in listening to the podcast, the link is below.


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