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On this episode of Human Impact Ed talks to returning guest multi million selling author John David Mann and his wife Ana Gabriel Mann about their collaboration, the Go Giver Marriage, covering relationships, communication, the psychology of surviving trauma, our identity as adults the more we stay in one career and forget our true happiness. 

And of course a mini-masterclass on writing fiction and developing characters.

Talking Points

 - The Origins of the Go Giver in 2008, John being the New York King of writing Parables

 - Wanting to co-author with Ana, always have collaborated before.

 - Having 5 children between them and living with special needs, the origin of the characters in the book

 - Holding the space for other people to grow and heal

 

 - Grieving for the loss of a life you thought you would have and identity

 

 - Discussing the Alchemist and the Little Prince

 

 - Finding happiness internally and not through external achievements

 

 - How to write fiction and fleshing out the psychology of the characters before you write a word   

 - How loneliness creeps into marriage and how the Go Giver is written from the soul.

 - The importance of understanding our own ego in relationships, managing expectations in relationships  

 - unwinding co-dependence, anxiety and trauma

 - why modern authors study scriptwriting and having stories within stories, as fiction is often written for tv audiences.  

Contact John and Ana at

https://thegogiver.com/tgg-marriage/

https://johndavidmann.com/

 

 

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Ed Andrew is the host of Human Impact. Initially a lawyer in London Ed has for the past 20 years been a global entrepreneur. Ed is now one of the world's leading life coaches and business strategists helping people learn how to thrive at home and work. 

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