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How to Get Celebrity Authority

Thursday, August 23rd, 2018

Contact Donald TrumpIn a recent No B.S. Authority Marketing Letter, marketing legend Dan Kennedy explains how to get celebrity authority…

“Arguably, this shouldn’t be nearly as influential as it is, but people mostly get to ‘trust’ for wrong-headed reasons.

Being known, familiar, understood as celebrated, understood as a Very Important Person (V.I.P.), being watched and listened to and talked about drives much of the marketplace.

Patients badger their doctors for some test or cure they heard Dr. Oz talk about on TV.

Donald Trump had an enormous head start in the race to the White House by being one of the best-known TV personalities of the time, cast, positioned and known by that to the public as a brilliant businessman and deal-maker, and someone likely capable of blowing up the constipated if not corrupt political establishment few felt benefited them.

His head start this way was so great, no one could catch up – despite being more credentialed, more experienced (at politics), better funded, supported by powerful organizations. His celebrity was elected.”

Note: The No B.S. Authority Marketing Letter is published monthly by the No BS Inner Circle (formerly GKIC).

So, how can YOU get celebrity authority?

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How to Contact 'Crazy Rich Asians'

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Constance WuContact Constance Wu
c/o Marsha McManus
Principal Entertainment Management
9255 Sunset Blvd. #500
Los Angeles, CA 90069

Henry Golding
c/o Nick LoPiccolo
Paradigm Talent Agency
8942 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211

Michelle Yeoh
c/o Artist International Group
8439 Sunset Blvd. #309
W Hollywood, CA 90069

Gemma Chan
c/o Sally Long-Innes
Independent Talent Group
40 Whitfield St.
London W1T 2RH
UNITED KINGDOM

Lisa Lu
c/o Andrew Ooi
Echelon Talent Management
2915 Argo Pl.
Burnaby NC V3J 7G4
CANADA

Awkwafina
c/o Mackenzie Condon Roussos
United Talent Agency
888 7th Ave.
New York, NY 10106

Harry Shum, Jr.
c/o Marissa Upchurch
Triniti Management
12400 Ventura Blvd. #668
Studio City, CA 91604

Ken Jeong
c/o Brett Carducci
Aligned Entertainment Management
11849 West Olympic Blvd. #100
Los Angeles, CA 90064

Sonoya Mizuno
c/o Ciara Parkes
Public Eye Communications
535 Kings Rd.
#313 Plaza
London SW10 0SZ
UNITED KINGDOM

Chris Pang
c/o Shannon Barr
Rogers & Cowan Public Relations
1840 Century Park E
Floor 18
Los Angeles, CA 90067

Jimmy O. Yang
c/o Bryan Walsh
Artists First Management
9465 Wilshire Blvd. #900
Beverly Hills, CA 90212

Ronny Chieng
c/o Joel Zadak
Artists First Management
9465 Wilshire Blvd. #900
Beverly Hills, CA 90212

Remy Hii
c/o Trent Baker
RGM Artists
8-12 Ann St.
Surry Hills, NSW 2010
AUSTRALIA

Nico Santos
c/o Michael Greene
Greene & Associates Agency
1901 Ave. Of the Stars #130
Los Angeles, CA 90067

Jing Lusi
c/o Romilly Bowlby
DDA Public Relations
192 – 198 Vauxhall Bridge Rd.
London SW1V 1DX
UNITED KINGDOM

Pierre Png
c/o Angela Mach
Platform Public Relations
2666 N Beachwood Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90068

Fiona Xie
c/o Jaeson Ma
East West Artists Management
5200 W Century Blvd. #701
Los Angeles, CA 90045

Janice Koh
c/o Lim Hui Ling
Fly Entertainment Management
213 Henderson Rd.
Henderson Industrial Park #03-10
Singapore 159553
SINGAPORE

Kheng Hua Tan
c/o Claudia Greene
Mayhem Entertainment Public Relations
3107 E. Discovery St.
Ontario, CA 91762

Constance Lau
c/o Lim Hui Ling
Fly Entertainment Management
213 Henderson Rd.
Henderson Industrial Park #03-10
Singapore 159553
SINGAPORE

Kris Aquino
c/o Chris Lee
Authentic Talent & Literary Management
3615 Eastham Dr. #650
Culver City, CA 90232

Jon M. Chu (Director)
c/o Electric Somewhere Co. Productions
7250 Beverly Blvd. #200
Los Angeles, CA 90036

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How Dr. Phil Got on Television

Monday, August 6th, 2018

contact Dr Phil McGrawIs there something you want to do, but don’t feel ready yet?

Then I hope you’ll enjoy this true story.

In 1996, Dr. Phil McGraw was working in Amarillo, Texas as a trial consultant for lawyers. He was largely unknown to the general public.

When the beef industry sued Oprah Winfrey, she hired him to advise her and help in her defense.

She liked his straight-talking, tell-it-like-it-is style, and soon invited him to be a guest on her show.

Also see: How to Contact Oprah Winfrey

Dr. Phil Interview on Oprah’s Super Soul Sunday

He quickly became a regular guest on Oprah and today he’s one of the most visible, well-known self-help gurus out there.

He’s written three New York Times bestsellers and now, thanks to Oprah, has his own nationally syndicated TV show.

(I got to attend the very first Dr. Phil Show taping in 2002, thanks to a friend who was a producer there!)

So what was the secret to his success?

You might think it was meeting Oprah, and there’s no question Oprah’s show launched him to fame and fortune.

However, there’s another secret to his success most people don’t notice, but which is even more significant, and that’s this:

He didn’t wait till he was completely ready before he said “yes” to the opportunity.

When Oprah invited him to appear on her show, he didn’t say, “Let me first finish my book so I have something to offer to the millions of viewers who will see me.”

He didn’t say, “I haven’t done much TV before. Let me do some smaller shows first.”

He didn’t say, “Let me get some media coaching so I can make sure I’m ready to perform at my best.”

He did the interview — even though he wasn’t “ready.”

That’s one of the things I’ve noticed that separates successful authors and entrepreneurs from most everybody else.

While others procrastinate, constantly waiting for ideal circumstances, achievers take the plunge long before they feel fully prepared.

Jack Canfield, co-creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, once commented that when he faces these kinds of great but somewhat scary opportunities, he’s trained himself to think, “Oh, what the heck, I’ll do it anyway!”

Same thing with the National Publicity Summit coming up soon in New York City.

There’s no doubt one of the big secrets of why so many of my past attendees have landed appearances on top national TV shows is they get the unprecedented opportunity to have face-to-face, one-on-one appointments with producers and journalists — just like Dr. Phil had the advantage of meeting Oprah in person.

But the more subtle secret — which I’ve never revealed before — of why so many people get coverage on major TV shows and print publications is they often weren’t “ready” to attend when they did.

How Oprah ‘Created’ Dr. Phil

Little or no publicity experience? Book not out yet? Or no plans to write one?

Here’s why you should still consider attending the Summit:

* Lauri Loewenberg appeared on both The View and Good Morning America.

* Meredith Iler got her charity featured on the Today Show.

* Harrison Forbes got booked on national TV but also landed a major book deal.

* Mark Amtower and Rory Cohen each landed a full-page story in Entrepreneur Magazine (Rory also scored The View!).

* Linda Franklin and Dave Farrow appeared on The Today Show. So did Ron & Lisa Beres.

* Barry Spilchuk was interviewed on Fox News Channel within just five hours of meeting the producer at the Summit!

* Mary Reilly was quoted in the New York Times.

* Gaby Cora became a regular on Fox News Channel.

* Jim Vonmier got on ‘CBS Evening News’ and The Early Show.

* Connie Bennett got coverage in Time Magazine.

* Steve Shapiro didn’t have his book out when he attended the Summit.

But he came anyway and got a major feature in O: The Oprah Magazine as a result.

If you’re an author and your book isn’t out, you should attend the Summit because you’ll get invaluable feedback from the media about how to shape your book to maximize your chances of getting publicity when it is published.

In fact, attendees went home with a far better title based on the producers’ and journalists’ input!

Harrison Forbes didn’t have a book out either, but he got booked on Live with Regis and Kelly (now Live with Kelly & Ryan) and met an agent at the Summit. This agent later got him a six-figure advance from a major publisher for his first book — all because he showed up in New York without feeling “ready.”

Ron and Lisa Beres didn’t know anything about getting publicity, but they landed appearances on The Today Show and Fox & Friends, and those bookings wouldn’t have happened if they hadn’t overcome their fears and signed up.

I could give you many other examples, but the bottom line is success comes to those who operate on what Michael Masterson calls the “Ready, Fire, Aim” approach to life. It’s not taught in schools, but it IS one of the key secrets to success.

So what are YOU waiting for?

If you’re thinking you’re going to wait until your book is finished, or until the economy gets better, or until you can find the time to attend my National Publicity Summit, you may be letting “good reasons” keep you from doing what is best for your career and your legacy in the long run.

Whatever you may think of him, the fact is Dr. Phil wouldn’t be a household name today if he had waited till he was “ready.” He dove right in. And that’s a success secret you can start using today.

Go here now to apply to attend the upcoming National Publicity Summit in New York City.

As you’ve read above, if you don’t feel fully “ready” you’re not alone.

Many — if not most — of the previous Summit attendees felt the same way initially, but like them, you’ll be glad you took an action today that could greatly enhance your tomorrow.

We look forward to seeing you in New York and helping you get the national media exposure you deserve!

In the interest of full disclosure, I’m a partner for this program.

P.S. To ensure enough one-on-one time with the media, only 100 attendees will be accepted. Don’t miss out – apply now!

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How Kellyann Got on Dr. Oz

Friday, July 27th, 2018

Dr Kellyann Bone Broth DietDo you have a bigger vision for your life, one where you see yourself reaching millions of people with your message?

If so, you will love this true story!

Dr. Kellyann Petrucci is a New York Times bestselling author who writes about nutrition and ‘clean eating.’

She appears as a regular guest on Dr. Oz.

She’s reaching millions of people and no longer has to do one-on-one consulting to pay the bills.

She’s living her best life, on her terms.

But it wasn’t long ago that Kellyann had never appeared on TV.

No one knew who she was.

Her books weren’t selling like she thought they should.

She couldn’t figure out how she was going to stand out from the mass of all the other nutrition authors out there.

(There are 185,863 nutrition books on Amazon right now!)

Yet she held firm to her crystal-clear vision.

She saw herself appearing on TV not just once, but again and again.

But she had never appeared on national TV before.

Her friends thought she was crazy!

Kellyann was convinced she could make it happen but just didn’t know how.

So she hired a team to train her and prepare her to get national media for her books.

She did what most authors, speakers, and entrepreneurs fail to do.

She invested in herself to make her dreams come true.

Kellyann invested in several programs, including the National Publicity Summit, where she could get one-on-one meetings with over 100 national TV producers and print/online journalists.

The team worked with her — just like they do with all Summit attendees — to teach her exactly how to present her message to grab the attention of the TV producers, radio hosts, and journalists she was going to meet at the Summit.

Instead of just talking about how great her book was, one of the veteran publicity consultants role-played with her and showed her how to present her story to the media in a way that would serve their particular audiences.

Almost nobody knows how to do this… until one of the National Publicity Summit’s consultants teaches them.

Kellyann was a good student.

As a result of meeting a TV producer at the event, she landed her very first national TV appearance.

By building a relationship with that producer, she got booked on Dr. Oz!

She has since become a regular contributor and appears on his show every week.

Her book,’Dr. Kellyann’s Bone Broth Diet: Lose Up to 15 Pounds, 4 Inches — and Your Wrinkles — in Just 21 Days!‘, became a New York Times bestseller.

These days people are flocking to her website to sign up for Kellyann’s programs.

Meeting planners are calling her to speak at their conferences.

She has become the kind of in-demand author, speaker and media guest who is able to do what she loves most–– write books and appear on TV.

But the international recognition Kellyann has received would not have happened had she listened to the skeptics in her life.

It would not have happened if she said to herself, ‘Attending the National Publicity Summit sounds great but I don’t think I’m ready yet.’

The truth is, nobody feels ‘ready’ to attend.

That’s what the Summit’s pre-training is for.

The question isn’t, ‘Are you ready?’

Because you’re probably not.

The real question is: ‘Are you willing to get ready?’

You don’t have to have a book.

In fact, many of the people who’ve landed major press at the National Publicity Summit didn’t have a book when they met the media.

Seats are going fast for the upcoming Summit in New York City.

Go here now to apply!

Your next decision could literally change your life.

More important, it could change the lives of countless others who hear your message.

In the interest of full disclosure, I’m a partner for this program.

To ensure enough one-on-one time with the media, spaces are limited. Go here now to apply!

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Contact Alan Dershowitz

Sunday, July 22nd, 2018

Contact Alan DershowitzWant to get in touch with Alan Dershowitz?

Here’s how to contact him:

Alan Dershowitz is a law professor at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Get in touch with him here:

Alan Dershowitz
c/o Harvard University Law School
1575 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02138

Or, contact Alan Dershowitz at SkyHorse Publishing, publisher of his new book, ‘The Case Against Impeaching Trump.’

His publisher’s address is:

Alan Dershowitz
c/o SkyHorse Publishing
307 W. 36th St.
Floor 11
New York, NY 10018

He also published several books with Simon & Schuster:

Alan Dershowitz
c/o Simon & Schuster
1230 Ave. of the Americas
New York, NY 10020

Alan Dershowitz is a frequent commentator on CNN, so you can try:

Alan Dershowitz
c/o CNN
637 Washington St.
Suite 208
Boston, MA 02446

You can also contact Alan Dershowitz on Facebook & Twitter.

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