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Justin Taylor on Building A Successful Business Around Your Children

Justin Taylor is an author, science enthusiast, amateur artist, husband, insatiable book reader, dancer, and father of three.

He was raised on a farm near Cayce, Kentucky and currently lives near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where he writes fantastic stories about kids who use science, art, and creativity to solve mysteries.

Check out Justin’s new book, Book 1: Celia Science & Anna Art: The Computer Code Mystery

In this episode you will learn…

  • Finding Ways To Connect Deeper With Your Kids
  • What You Need To Know Before Writing Your 1st Book
  • The Beauty Of Collaborating With Your Kids
  • The Elements Of Writing A Good Children’s Book
  • How An Authorpreneur Balances The Demands Of Family & Work While Working On His Craft
  • Why Having A Spouse Who Supports Your Entrepreneurial Dreams Is The Key To Success

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2 Comments

  1. Jan Taylor on 08/10/2016 at 11:13 AM

    Justin Taylor never ceases to amaze me.
    I loved your show, I have known JT all of his life. I have found him to be
    an amazing person, a loving husband, an excellent father and a surprising son.
    You subject matter was well organized and I really enjoyed this interview.
    Thanks !
    I am not biased at all !!!
    Jan Taylor

    • Nicole Holland on 08/10/2016 at 11:20 AM

      Aw, Jan, I’m so glad you enjoyed the show and Justin is certainly all of those things and more. (Clearly a testament to having a fantastic example.) ?

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