Neil Gordon has worked with a bunch of top New York Times Bestsellers. His powerful approach the Silver Bullet Method is a phenomenally effective way of understanding your own idea and how to communicate it with the world. In this interview, Neil drops some brilliant bombs of advice and we have a great chat about marketing and effective communication. Worth checking out!
Neil helps influencers to get their ideas to stick. It is stickiness, after all, that leads to everything else: Having worked in Penguin Random House, he worked with numerous New York Times bestselling authors. He has ghostwritten several books that have been published by a variety of publishers including HarperCollins and Hay House, have been featured on national media like Ellen and Dr. Oz, and have been published in multiple languages internationally. His book proposals have secured multiple six-figure deals on behalf of his clients. Neil has consulted with TEDx, planned and taught workshops for 826LA, taught instructional communication at the Hammer Museum at UCLA, consulted with the Literally Healing program at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, and created and taught multiple courses on writing for students in China through the startup company GetEdu. He has ghostwritten content for publications such as The Huffington Post, Yahoo! Health, The Daily Love, Peaceful Daily, NY Metro Parents, Class of Its Own, ShareCare, and Veria Living.
Some of what we covered in our interview:
What do you help people to do?
How did you get into it?
What is the Silver Bullet?
Where did it come from?
Why does it work?
How does it work?
What suggestion do you have for someone looking to find or improve the stickiness of their idea?
How many silver bullets?
The problem with X is that they blank… the real way to do it is to blank
Favorite movie, author, tv series, musicians, artist, philosopher, superpower,
Time, alternative profession, alternative living location, words of advice.
CHECK OUT SOME VALUABLE FREE CONTENT ON NEIL’S WEBSITE (and I recommend his free webinar for sure):