33 min

Self-Publishing To Help Families Capitalize on Wealth Strategy with David Wells Jr‪.‬ The Daily Self-Publishing Podcast

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With over 15 years of experience conducting strategic and investment analysis, David Wells Jr. founded the Family Capital Strategy firm in 2019. David is the Chairman of the Board and Chairman of the Investment Committee for the private trust company of a 75 member Midwestern family. He was recognized in 2017 as one of Nashville’s Forty under Forty and in 2019 as a recipient of a Nashville Emerging Leader Award – Financial Services Industry. In 2020, he was recognized by the Nashville Post as part of their All Star Board. David published When Anything is Possible: Wealth and The Art of Strategic Living at the beginning of this year which is the guidebook about how to engage strategically with wealth.
 
David’s Tips:
Using an outline is really important. You need to have a sense of where you want to go.  Don’t worry about the length of your book.  Test out your ideas. Write a shorter version of your chapter/book idea and test out the feedback.  To learn more about or connect with David, you can visit the Family Capital Strategy website.
If you’d like to join our free Facebook group, book a free call to talk about your book idea, or get Jeremy’s free course that has helped over 80 people write and self-publish, go to BookBossPublishing.com/course.

With over 15 years of experience conducting strategic and investment analysis, David Wells Jr. founded the Family Capital Strategy firm in 2019. David is the Chairman of the Board and Chairman of the Investment Committee for the private trust company of a 75 member Midwestern family. He was recognized in 2017 as one of Nashville’s Forty under Forty and in 2019 as a recipient of a Nashville Emerging Leader Award – Financial Services Industry. In 2020, he was recognized by the Nashville Post as part of their All Star Board. David published When Anything is Possible: Wealth and The Art of Strategic Living at the beginning of this year which is the guidebook about how to engage strategically with wealth.
 
David’s Tips:
Using an outline is really important. You need to have a sense of where you want to go.  Don’t worry about the length of your book.  Test out your ideas. Write a shorter version of your chapter/book idea and test out the feedback.  To learn more about or connect with David, you can visit the Family Capital Strategy website.
If you’d like to join our free Facebook group, book a free call to talk about your book idea, or get Jeremy’s free course that has helped over 80 people write and self-publish, go to BookBossPublishing.com/course.

33 min