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Licensing with Elizabeth Bryan and Laura Robinson

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Live from the Toy Fair in NYC, David Mathison interviews Elizabeth Bryan and Laura Robinson, co-creators of the board game and web site called "Count Your Blessings,” along with writer Rachel Naples. Laura and Elizabeth are also the co-authors of the Chicken Soup for the Soul: Count Your Blessings book.


We'll find out how this brilliant and creative team negotiated licenses for their property with stellar organizations such as Chicken Soup for the Soul and Franklin Covey - and how YOU CAN TOO.


Laura Robinson is the co-inventor of the classic, best-selling game BALDERDASH (15 million sold worldwide) and is known as one of the “Thomas Edison's of the Toy Industry.”


Elizabeth Bryan is a co-inventor of the “Count Your Blessings Game.” She is the mom of two growing boys, and has enjoyed a successful career as an artist and designer. Her mission is sharing the message of gratitude through all things creative.

We may also get a call-in from call-in from Bob Jacobs, President and COO of Chicken Soup for the Soul. Bob was Vice President of Business Affairs for Columbia Pictures Television Syndication. He is responsible for syndicating Cosby, Soap, etc., and now works on all the Chicken Soup for the Soul licenses.

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