Google+ Followers

Followers

Growing Your Wealth Exponentially

Growing Your Wealth Exponentially
BY JAMES OH

Search This Blog

Loading...

LETTING GO AND MOVING ON BY JAMES OH

LETTING GO AND MOVING ON BY JAMES OH
TO BUY PLEASE CLICK AT THE IMAGE

Translate

MINDSET SHIFT: EMPLOYEE TO ENTREPRENEUR

MINDSET SHIFT: EMPLOYEE TO ENTREPRENEUR
BY JAMES OH

Sunday, December 16, 2012

INTERVIEW WITH GUEST AUTHOR - HENRY BUSHKIN





Author Henry Bushkin

Henry Bushkin is an experienced lawyer who practices in both California and New York. He currently lives in Los Angeles where his children also reside.

Q and A for Lift You Up

James: When did you begin to write?

Henry:  I began writing this book in 2008, after having first began writing a novel.  I was persuaded to write this book by a good friend, and ultimately I listened to him. 




James : What made you think of publishing a book to share with others? 

Henry: I felt the public was entitled to know more about the man represented the heartbeat of America for at least thirty years.  This book starts where all others have stopped.

James: So far what is your worst criticism/attack, and how have you overcome it?

Henry:  Some people say that the things I wrote about, that they’ve known already.  But my response to that is instead of a third or fourth party reporting as to what happened, I was THERE.  I saw it, I lived it, and I bring a unique perspective.

James: How did you come up with title of your books?

Henry: I’ve had about ten different titles for the book.  A friend came up with this one, and I think it resonates the best.  In actuality, he was an IMPOSSIBLE Act to Follow.


James: Is there anything else you would like your readers to pay special attention in regards to your book, which you have not mentioned above?

Henry:  Take some time in appreciating the cover art and the photographs.  Particular attention was spent picking the right artist, the right style of the art, as well as time-consuming effort selecting the right photos for the book.

James: Is there any other advice which you would like to share with our readers?

Henry: The old adage comes true, “time heals all wounds,” and writing the book after 30 years of distance and reflection was a very good thing.  It gave me an entirely new perspective and enabled me to create the rhythm that hopefully entertains and doesn’t lecture or preach. 

Thanks for having Henry here and wishing him all the best.

Look forward to hearing from him again.

Post a Comment