In-depth interviews with successful business authors and insights on how to write and publish your book quickly. With bestselling authors Steven Sonsino and Jacqueline Moore.
Jamie Anderson on how your engaged community drives your writing
Before you write books, write articles. It’s a great way to share inspiring stories, and engage with your community, says Professor Jamie Anderson, author of The Fine Art of Success.
Andrew Scott on how to communicate complex ideas in a book
Writing a book is a great way to make even complex knowledge practical and to pass it on, says Professor Andrew Scott, bestselling author of The 100-Year Life.
Marty Neumeier, brand guru, on how books help you compete in tough markets
The main reason to write a business book is to create a really great calling card for what it is you do, says Marty Neumeier, bestselling author of The Brand Gap and Zag. Especially if what you do is unique.
Alok Sinha, former corporate CEO, on how to become a global thought leader
How former corporate CEO Alok Sinha is using his book to launch a second career as a global thought leader.
David Meerman Scott on how books market an idea, a person or a business
Writing a book is like getting paid to do your marketing, says David Meerman Scott, bestselling author of The New Rules of Marketing & PR. And it gives you an unfair advantage.
Daniel Priestley, founder of Dent Global, how writing a book changes your life
‘Watch your life change,’ says Daniel Priestley, the entrepreneurs mentor, as he urges you not to sell your book, but to give thousands of copies away for free.