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Brian Hill has been a professional writer for more than 20 years, specializing in the exciting topics of how to achieve personal and business success. His portfolio of credits includes books, print and online articles, weekly columns, novels and screenplays.He is the author of four popular business and finance books: “The Making of a Bestseller,” “Inside Secrets to Venture Capital,” “Attracting Capital from Angels” and “The Pocket Small Business Owner’s Guide to Business Plans.” He is co-founder of a Phoenix, Arizona based consulting firm that specializes in helping business owners plan their companies and write their business plans. The firm's client list includes companies in all regions of the US and internationally. Brian earned his MBA Degree from Arizona State University and also earned a Certificate in Feature Film writing from UCLA.Brian is a nationally-known expert on venture capital and has been interviewed more than 70 times in print and online business media including Entrepreneur magazine, Business Journals in nine different cities, Smart Money magazine, USA Today, Business Week online and Investor's Business Daily. He has been interviewed on radio and TV programs more than 30 times.Brian has written several hundred articles on business management, personal finance, travel and leisure that have appeared in Yahoo! Finance, DailyFinance.com, USA Today, The Motley Fool investment website and the Houston Chronicle and Arizona Republic newspapers. His articles cover a wide range of topics, from timely stocks to invest in, to how to improve your golf game. In keeping with his professional background, his novels and screenplays, in the thriller and action/adventure genres, which have been recognized in numerous writing competitions, often have heroes that are entrepreneurs.