159: Christopher Grant: A Man Who Found His Passion From The End Of A Pen

Welcome to the Steve Jobs based Join Up Dots Free Podcast Interview with Christopher Grant

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christopher-grant Todays guest, joining us on the Join Up Dots free podcast interview is Mr Christopher Grant, a man who knows how to get into a ladies head, and understands what makes a woman tick.

He has become a novelist, who focuses on content written from a females perspective, for women to enjoy.

Growing up in a household that was dominated by strong female characters, he felt that he had been given the perfect education to step into the woman’s world.

As he says “My mother and three aunts, each with their own unique temperament and assortment of quirks, had a profound affect on me as a child”.

And so he found his path with his debut novel “Teenie” being met with huge critical acclaim. But it wasn’t an easy path, as  he has worked as an equities trader, beverage salesman, amusement park ride operator, human resources manager, actor, voice actor, chauffeur, and public speaker across the city of New York

So how did Christopher Grant get the realisation that it was time to put pen to paper in a style that I imagine would be quite difficult for a man to create?

And now with his second novel “Genesis” about to be released in 2015 what has he got lined up for the future?

The latest all conquering “Fifty Shades Of Grey” or just more quality writings by a man who knows his stuff?

Well let’s bring onto the show to start joining up dots, as we discuss the words of Steve Jobs in todays Free podcast, with the one and only Mr Christopher Grant

 

Show Highlights

During the show we discussed with Christopher Grant such weighty topics as:

How he learned at an early age that its better to be a good listener than a good talker, because at least a good listener can remember what is said!

How he was shocked and slightly amused to find “Fifty Shades Of Grey” sitting on his mothers bedside table!

How when on the underground he loves to take off his headphones and listen to the conversations that he hears around him!

How he lives by the quote from Rita Mae Brown “Good judgement comes from experience” and will use that everyday of his life!

And lastly………

Why you should always focus on how food is prepared. If you can see the love that has gone into it, then you can tell the chef has a passion!

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