A dirty little secret many of us who are corporate escapees turned solopreneur share is that we hate selling.
We wish that client attracttion was a reality — that people would hear what we do and whip out their credit card.
One tool that can help position you in a way that truly does attract clients is a book. But it’s not a magic wand. It needs to be done right and marketed right.
In this first episode of a three episode mini series, book and product creation expert Bruce Jones talks about the challenges and mistakes often made in producing a book — especially a Kindle book — so you don’t make them.
Listen to this episode and discover:
Don’t Make Me Think by Steve Krug
BruceTheBookGuy.com — get Bruce’s free resources
Bruce put his notes and additional resources into a PDF for you. You can get a free PDF copy of his new book at that page as well.
Winnie Anderson is an award-winning copywriter and brand strategist, a best-selling author, and respected instructor. She writes books, creates courses, and provides limited one-on-one consulting with and for “gentle entrepreneurs” who are ready to get their message out in a bigger way and who hate selling. Learn more about her here
Judy Jordan is a virtual production assistant who helps entrepreneurs get their message out in a bigger way using live and recorded virtual events like webinars, teleseminars, live mobile streaming, podcasts, and virtual conferences. Learn more about her at her LinkedIn page. Connect with her on Facebook.
Sue Brettell is brand developer and designer who acts as Winnie’s creative director. Sue helps entrepreneurs communicate their brand essence by creating compelling visual brand elements and coordinating them into a strong, unified visual brand. Learn more about her at her LinkedIn page. Connect with her on Facebook.
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