In episode 48 of The Path to Authenticity, host Tom Gentry has a conversation with social media ghostwriter Amy Blaschka. Amy has made a career offering “stories as a service.” From her degree in film to her two and a half decades spent branding products, places, and people, to founding her writing practice, Amy has always understood the power of weaving an engaging tale. She is a collaborative writer, working with partners to bring to life compelling narratives. Amy also helps leaders craft their stories to communicate and connect better through ghostwritten social media posts and books. As a longtime leadership contributor for Forbes, Amy covers personal transformation and its impact on career growth. The mindfulness book she co-authored, I Am: Escape Distractions, Unlock Your Imagination & Unleash Your Potential, helps others understand the power of the stories they tell themselves. And with her latest creative project, she’ll finally share the story brewing in her head and gain a new moniker: novelist. Visit amyblaschka.com for more information. Find her on Twitter and Instagram, both @amyblaschka.
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