Inspiration is Everywhere, With Dominick Domasky

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on August 13, 2019

Surveys have shown that up to 81% of the population believe they have a book in them. Despite this staggering number, most will never achieve this goal. It’s difficult at times to feel inspired when you’re faced with the realities of life. Looming deadlines, money woes, constant demands…the stress of it all takes a toll.

As a writer, it can create writer’s block. But if you look deeper into things, you’ll find inspiration can be found where you least expect it. A feather on the ground, a certain smell or sound, even a conversation can be inspirational.

Dominick Domasky says he’s, “…just a guy trying to find success.”  He joins Adam to share his journey of learning the value of hard work early on as a child, and how to stay motivated and inspired when times are tough.


  • Why 2019 is a great time to write a book;
  • Why so many people give up rather than seeing their book writing goals through;
  • The best part about writing book;
  • How to come back from failure;
  • And so much more!

If you have a book inside you that’s begging to get out, this show is for you!

About This Guest: ()

Dominick Domasky arrives as an author and motivational speaker with a unique background and a wealth of life experience. As a boy, Dominick learned the value of hard work, in the fields of his father’s landscape company. He took that knowledge, placed it into his passions, and carried it throughout his life. The only problem was he failed, over and over, from algebra to athletics. In 2002 as a young man Dominick fulfilled a dream to open his own business, three years later it was closed and he was in financial ruins. Dominick Domasky is a loving husband and family man. Dominick is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, an inspirational author, a motivational speaker, a supporter of JDRF, and a passionate insurance salesman. The loves of his life are his family, business, telling stories, and basketball. Don’t Double Bread the Fish, Dominick’s 1st inspirational book was not written from a pedestal, but from the trenches of digging ditches, picking up cigarette butts and overcoming countless failures. Dominick has no ill will of the past, but looks back and finds humor and strength. As the old saying goes, “That which does not kill us only makes us stronger!”