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Sarah worked as a journalist for nearly 20 years, starting her career as a restaurant reviewer. She is the former editor of Cosmopolitan Magazine, and was the host of the first series of MasterChef Australia.  An auto-immune disorder led to her start her journey  as an entrepreneur/blogger. Here are some highlights from our chat:

  • Sarah's Early Start in Selling E-Books 
  • The Foundations of Traditional Journalism
  • Why the Message is More Important than the Medium
  • The Role that Your Personal Story Plays in Your Content
  • What Lessons We Can Leverage from Traditional Media
  • Why Journalists are Starting to Become Brands
  • Developing a Message and a Voice that's Authoritative
  • How Taking a Grammar Course Can Help Your Writing
  • The Keys to Studying Another Writer's Style

Sarah Wilson is a journalist, blogger, author of I Quit Sugar. She has a crankin' autoimmune disease that she tames with food and hiking. You can follow her on twitter @_sarahwilson_. If you liked this article, would you share it with your friends? Just click here to post it to Twitter. 

Originally aired almost 4 years ago.

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