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Sep 3, 2019

In this episode we learn from Peter Guzzardi, about the Life Lessons From The Wizard Of Oz.

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After a lifetime in book publishing, Peter Guzzardi had edited a remarkable group of diverse authors, from Stephen Hawking to Deepak Chopra, from Carol Burnett to Douglas Adams.. Yet everything he’d learned from working with them felt oddly familiar. One day it suddenly became clear: all that wisdom had its roots in a film he’d watched as a child, “The Wizard of Oz.” That revelation led to his first book ‘Emeralds of Oz: Life Lessons From Over the Rainbow’. Deepak Chopra says: “The nine Emeralds in this book provide a powerful, near-magical tool for navigating any difficult situation. I have been using them myself, and my life is more effortless, spontaneous, and joyful.”

In this episode, we cover:

1:47 – From editor to writer
4:21 – Working with difficult people
5:27 – The two types of book editor
6:20 – The structural editor
7:02 – Working with first time authors
9:01 – The Wizard of Oz
10:54 – The Heroes Journey
13:36 – Your ideal reader
17:15 – Listen to your longing
18:57 – Seeing it for the first time
20:08 – Celebrate yourself just for showing up
21:05 – Choose compassion
22:10 – Realise you already possess what you want most
23:30 – Face what you fear
24:08 – Pull back the curtain and see things as they really are
24:56 – You’ve got the power
25:34 – There’s no place like home
26:58 – Working with Douglas Adams
27:15 – Writing to deadlines
28:09 – “I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by.”
30:02 – How to get unstuck
32:32 – Spoken word vs written word

Resources mentioned in this episode:

peterguzzardi.com
Book: On Writing by Stephen King
Tool: Microsoft Word
Album: Bop Till You Drop by Ry Cooder

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