Every week, I receive so many enquiries from people who want to write a business book. I think a business book is a great asset for any entrepreneur so if you are thinking of writing one – there’s no better time than NOW.
For your interest, here is my Enterprise post which appeared on “7 steps to writing a (good) business book“.
There’s only so much information I can convey in a post so I’ve decided to hold a FREE webinar on the topic. Admittedly, this is also because I find myself repeating the information every time someone asks me. So I figure this is a far more efficient way to convey this information in one go! I hope you can make it. Details here:
We get so many phone calls from business people and entrepreneurs who are full of ideas, expertise, and questions. Questions about how to leverage their experience into a best-selling business book. So we’re running a webinar to tackle these questions. This FREE webinar is ideal for business owners, coaches, consultants and experts.
Do you want to position yourself as an expert?
When you’ve authored a best-selling book, this gives you instant credibility. It opens doors, gives you an excuse to get on morning talk shows and is a wonderful calling card for prospects and customers.
Maybe you want to share your knowledge or use your book is a powerful lead generation tool. Your business book can do just that. This webinar will give you an idea of what you need to do in order to turn your expertise into a best-selling business book.
Date: Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM AEST
- How to get your ideas into a form that people actually want to read
- How to make your book stand out from the rest
- Publishing options – mainstream, self-publishing, print-on-demand, ebooks?
- Innovative marketing ideas so you’re not depending on traditional bookstores
- How to generate big sales and big results
- and much more
Places are limited, so make sure you reserve your webinar seat here.
Please note: this is specifically for people who want to write a non-fiction business book. It is not suitable if you want to write fiction.
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Louise Woodbury and William de Ora talk about their new book “The Invisible Branson”.
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