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Jon and Randall talk with Mohnish Soundararajan, author of “How to Take Notes at the Speed of Light”, and the founder of SIGNATURE, a one-man production studio for authors and entrepreneurs who need help positioning their platform and crafting their best work—from copywriting to design.

Mohnish Soundararajan is the author of “How to Take Notes at the Speed of Light,” and the founder of SIGNATURE, a one-man production studio for authors and entrepreneurs who need help positioning their platform and crafting their best work—from copywriting to design.

He’s worked on projects for New York Times and Wall Street bestselling authors like Ryan Holiday (author of The Obstacle is The Way, The Daily Stoic, and Stillness is the Key) and Robert Greene (author of The 48 Laws of Power, Mastery, The Laws of Human Nature) and he’s helped authors design their books, position their platforms, and get their books into the world over at SIGNATURE.

He was the host of the show Moonwalk—a high-production, narrative podcast—with over 150,000+ downloads, a spot on iTunes New and Noteworthy, and much fanfare from his mother. He’s interviewed everyone from TIME’s Person of the Year (the woman who sequenced the Ebola virus) to people who create imaginary friends inside their heads.

He’s currently in the middle of writing another book—but as of right now, it’s under wraps. He lives in Portland, Oregon.

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Connect with Mohnish Soundararajan:

Website: www.mohnish.nethttps://www.thisissignature.com/
Book – How to Take Notes at the Speed of Light: https://www.mohnish.net/book

 

*E – explicit language may be used in this podcast.