Book Imposter Syndrome stops thousands of business professionals from writing and self publishing their book which is a shame as it means their knowledge and insights aren't shared. If you want to write a book but aren't sure if it's going to be good enough, read this,
Most self published authors don't realise they can market and leverage their book way before they launch it. In fact pre-launch book sales can help underwrite a larger print run, more exposure and wider visibiilty
How can you sell more than 200 copies of a self-published book without spending too much money and time? There are three hacks that you can action straight away, but you will need to execute these over time, consistently.
So, you are a successful person in your field, have significant knowledge and insights and are regarded highly by your colleagues, peers and industry. You have been asked when you’re going to write your business book and have thought about…
Knowledge leadership is THE leadership skill that is needed for companies and countries to move toward a positive future for all generations. Sharing knowledge is key to this.
Writing and self publishing your book is a time-honoured way of leaving a positive legacy in your company, industry sector, country and family. With self publishing now available to anyone writing and publishing your legacy book is more accessible than ever
What's the difference between self publishing and traditional publishing?
Self publishing a successful book means having a clear plan to market, promote and sell it over 12-18 months. A detailed content marketing plan is a critical part of this.
Many businesspeople want to write a book but don't give any thought to why, and this often means they lack clarity about their audience and what they should write.