Monthly Archives: July 2020

TGP 60: Nathan Dylan Goodwin – Genealogy Mystery Writer

Featured Guest

Nathan Dylan Goodwin, Genealogy Mystery Writer

Nathan Dylan Goodwin

Nathan Dylan Goodwin was born and raised in Hastings, East Sussex. Schooled in the town, he then completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Radio, Film and Television Studies, followed by a Master of Arts degree in Creative Writing at Canterbury Christ Church University. A member of the Society of Authors, he has completed a number of successful local history books about Hastings, as well as several works of fiction, including the acclaimed Forensic Genealogist series. His other interests include theatre, reading, photography, running, skiing, traveling and, of course, genealogy. He is a qualified teacher, member of the Guild of One-Name Studies and the Society of Genealogists, as well as being a member of the Sussex Family History Group, the Norfolk Family History Society, the Kent Family History Society and the Hastings and Rother Family History Society. He lives in Kent with his husband, son and dog.

Contact Links

Website – Nathan Dylan Goodwin.com
Facebook Page – Nathan Dylan Goodwin
Twitter – @NathanDGoodwin

Mentioned in the Podcast

CreateSpace (Amazon Self Publishing Platform) – https://www.createspace.com/

Wix (create websites) – https://www.wix.com/

Thing You were Most Afraid of

Not having enough [money] to pay the mortgage”

Best Advice You Received from Someone Else

Get on and write it.

One Action Genealogists Can Take Right Now

“Take baby steps toward your writing goal. Just start.”

Recommended Book

The Family Tree Guide to DNA testing and Genetic Genealogy by Blaine Bettinger.

Advice

Write about something you’re passionate about and take that first step.”

News

If you’d like to contribute to supporting the podcast then I would ask that you recommend me as a virtual speaker to your local library, historical or genealogical society. Any money earned from that now goes directly to supporting my podcast. I’m still in the process of creating an updated list of available talks but here are five titles to choose from.

  1. Discovering Online Oral History and Audio Collections to enrich your research
  2. Use Your Genealogy Skills to discover the history of the people who lived in your house
  3. Verifying Information You Find Online
  4. 5 Steps to Becoming a Good Ancestor
  5. How to Capture and Preserve Oral History Right Now

More details are available on my speaker page.

The Genealogy Professional podcast is now available on Spotify. Search for either Marian Pierre-Louis or genealogy to find it. Don’t forget to follow!

If you’re a YouTube you can also find all the episodes of the podcast on YouTube. Don’t expect any video. It’s just an audio-only file with a picture but I’ve put it over there because some people are more comfortable with that platform.

Join the TGP Action Group on Facebook! You can find it at https://www.facebook.com/groups/TGPActionGroup/

If you’re not on Facebook, follow the Genealogy Professional on LinkedIn. You can get new episode notices there. Go to Linkedin and search for The Genealogy Professional and hit the follow button.

In addition to finding the podcast on Spotify and YouTube you can also now find it in Google Play and all other Google products. For instance, you can search for the Genealogy Professional podcast without an app, just right in the Google search box, and the results will deliver the 3 latest podcast episodes right there in the search results.

Direct link to this post: https://www.thegenealogyprofessional.com/nathan-dylan-goodwin

TGP 59: Jessica Taylor – Business Owner

Featured Guest

Jessica Taylor

Jessica Taylor, owner of Legacy Tree Genealogists

Jessica Taylor has served as President of Legacy Tree Genealogists since 2004 and has helped thousands of clients across the globe discover more about their heritage through professional genealogy research. With a bachelor’s degree in Family History – Genealogy, Spanish language proficiency, years of residence in China and Brazil, and a love of history and mystery, Jessica brings an upbeat global view to the genealogy business industry.

Contact Links

Website – Legacy Tree Genealogists
Facebook Page – Legacy Tree Genealogists
Facebook – Genealogy Business Alliance Discussion Group
LinkedIn – Jessica M. Taylor

Mentioned in the Podcast

SCORE (small business help) – score.org

SBA (Small Business Administration) – https://www.sba.gov/

SBDC (Small Business Development Center) – https://americassbdc.org/

10,000 Small Businesses Goldman Sachs – https://www.goldmansachs.com/citizenship/10000-small-businesses/US/

Thing You were Most Afraid of

Afraid of running out of money. And afraid of being viewed as too young.”

Best Advice You Received from Someone Else

Work on your business rather than in it.

One Action Genealogists Can Take Right Now

“Start practicing genetic genealogy.”

Recommended Book

Managing by the Numbers by Chuck Kremer, John Case and Ron Rizzuto

Advice

Don’t be afraid to get help. And when you hire help try to be clear about your expectations and then be generous with your appreciation for that help.”

News

If you’d like to contribute to supporting the podcast then I would ask that you recommend me as a virtual speaker to your local library, historical or genealogical society. Any money earned from that now goes directly to supporting my podcast. I’m still in the process of creating an updated list of available talks but here are five titles to choose from.

  1. Discovering Online Oral History and Audio Collections to enrich your research
  2. Use Your Genealogy Skills to discover the history of the people who lived in your house
  3. Verifying Information You Find Online
  4. 5 Steps to Becoming a Good Ancestor
  5. How to Capture and Preserve Oral History Right Now

More details are available on my speaker page.

The Genealogy Professional podcast is now available on Spotify. Search for either Marian Pierre-Louis or genealogy to find it. Don’t forget to follow!

If you’re a YouTube you can also find all the episodes of the podcast on YouTube. Don’t expect any video. It’s just an audio-only file with a picture but I’ve put it over there because some people are more comfortable with that platform.

Join the TGP Action Group on Facebook! You can find it at https://www.facebook.com/groups/TGPActionGroup/

If you’re not on Facebook, follow the Genealogy Professional on LinkedIn. You can get new episode notices there. Go to Linkedin and search for The Genealogy Professional and hit the follow button.

Direct link to this post: https://www.thegenealogyprofessional.com/jessica-taylor