REQUEST AN INTERVIEW
To schedule a potential interview with Bart, use this Interview Request Form to send your contact and other show related information to Bart’s office. Your interview request will be responded to promptly. In a hurry? Call Bart directly at (323) 510-5155 PST to set up an interview.
Listen to past interviews and get an idea of what topic you’d like to interview Bart on. Past interviews can give you ideas for your show perhaps. Also, several book interviews might be desired depending on your show format, how much content you need, time you have, etc.
How can you interview Bart Smith? There are a number of ways, such as:
(#1) TELEPHONE: Bart can call you or you can call him at a given date/time.
(#2) OFFLINE: Do you wish to have Bart present in your studio, for example?
(#3) ONLINE: We can do Zoom, Instagram Live, YouTube Live, Facebook Live, Skype, etc.
(#4) Q&A ARTICLE FORMAT: You supply the questions, Bart answers, then you post the article to your website/blog or article column (EXAMPLE).
Whatever format you have, Bart can accommodate. Contact Bart’s office to discuss ideas.
CHOOSE AN INTERVIEW TOPIC
AND GET INFO, BIO & SUGGESTED QUESTIONS
Choose which book(s) or website to interview Bart about for your podcast show, website, blog, TV/radio talk show. Then, click on its link or cover to go to that page, which contains interview information about that book, such as printable interview questions, downloadable artwork, suggested opening statements, Bart’s bio and much more. Everything here is designed to make your interview with Bart a successful one from start to finish!
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Where are you, personally, when it comes to finding the love of your life and where do you find them?
by Bart Smith
Paperback + eBook + Audio Online
TODAY MORE THAN EVER, so many men and women have either tried their hand at love and lost (once, twice or several times) or have never even had the chance at finding love, experiencing romance or deep intimacy, finding someone of true quality or anyone seriously interested in something longer than a 1-night, 2-week or 3-month stand. So, they either give up (looking for love/romance) until they get over what they've experienced and feel they can jump back into the dating game again or conclude to themselves in their silence of quiet desperation ... "I'm just destined to die alone!"
RELATIONSHIP / SELF-HELP BOOKS
PUBLICTY / COACHING / SPEAKING / NETWORKING
BART'S WEBSITES & OTHER BUSINESSES
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