Blythe Daniel is a literary agent, author, and marketer. Her agency markets books through podcasts, blogs, and launch teams and represents books to publishers including adult nonfiction, select adult fiction, and children’s fiction and non-fiction titles. Blythe has been the publicity director for Thomas Nelson Publishers and has spent the last 16 years as a literary agent. The agency represents new and bestselling authors primarily in the Christian market. Blythe and her mother have co-authored two books: Mended: Restoring the Hearts of Mothers and Daughters (Harvest House) and I Love You Mom: Cherished Word Gifts from My Heart to Yours (Tyndale). She is married and lives in Colorado with her family.
What you will learn in this episode:
How our perception of ourselves limits our capacity
What is the law of the lid concept, and how does it help us grow
Why do we often ask others opinions when we are putting limitations on ourselves
How to accomplish your goals by starting with small actions
Why do we internalize the thoughts of others or societal pressures