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Sam Davidson is a speaker, author, and social entrepreneur who has helped countless nonprofits connect with Generation Y by offering workshops and keynote speeches designed to showcase the potential of social media in changing the world for the better. When not speaking at non-profit events, business conferences, and colleges around the country, Sam runs Cool People Care, an apparel and media company he co-founded in 2006 that has grown into a national brand and raised over $125,000 for some of the most important causes in the world. In 2007, Sam wrote his first book, New Day Revolution: How to Save the World in 24 Hours; his second book, 50 Things Your Life Doesn’t Need in 2010, which helps people find their passion and begin to live a life full of it, and followed that up a year later with Simplify Your Life: How to De-Clutter and De-Stress Your Way to Happiness. He writes regularly on his blog over at SamDavidson.net
This Week’s Guest: Sam Davidson
What You’ll Learn About Writing This Week:
- Starting and running a non-profit business.
- What it was like to blog in 2006 (pre-social media days).
- Building up the discipline of writing on a daily basis.
- How authoring a book can extend/enhance your brand.
- The importance of consistency in building a successful business.
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Elisa Doucette is a writer and editor who works with professional writers, entrepreneurs, and brands that want to make their own words even better. She is the Founder of Craft Your Content, and oversees Client Strategy and Writing Coaching. Her own writing has been featured in places like Forbes, The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Yahoo! Small Business, and The Huffington Post, among others. She also hosts the Writers' Rough Drafts podcast here on CYC. When she isn't writing, editing, or reading words, she can usually be found at a local pub quiz, deep in a sun salutation, or binging TV shows for concept ideas and laughs.