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The Writestream Welcomes Jefferson Keith Langley, The Human Architect

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According to Forbes, writing a book is good business. Or as we like to say, your book is your new business card. Every Wednesday, Daria Anne, co-founder of Writestream Radio Network and Writestream Publishing LLC shares valuable information on writing and publishing. She also welcomes expert guests to share their success tips. 

On July 26, Jefferson Keith Langley, The Human Architect and host of The Formula joins her:

Jefferson Keith Langley always had the winning mindset from a young age when he excelled in sports all the way to semi-pro status. Moving to Los Angeles from Texas at 19, he began his twenty-year career in entertainment, TV and media working as an assistant for numerous top people and companies. He co-founded a boutique production and finance company with an investor from Silicon Valley where he was President of Development and Production for over two years handling day to day operations, business affairs strategies to diversify the company portfolio, optioning material, negotiating deals, leading writer meetings, while managing, developing and raising funds for the slate of projects. He has been hired by film financiers to consult and write materials for fantasy thrillers and comedies as well.

Jefferson expanding his spectrum and becoming a top adviser/consultant across all industries. His unique, cutting-edge, one-of-a-kind techniques and innovative applications continue to garner rave reviews from his colleagues and clients through their referrals and recommendations. Jefferson’s knack for seeing to the core of things, coming up with innovative solutions, and providing guidance and execution all the way through to reaching the finish line garnered him the personal title, “THE HUMAN ARCHITECT.”

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