Brainstorming, researching, and writing are all parts of producing a successful book. But there are other things you could and should be doing — right now! — if you’re considering authoring a book. Get Whitney’s book-writing tips and learn about her most recent book in today’s episode.
#64: Chris Ducker, author of Virtual Freedom and founder of Youpreneur, on future-proofing your career
“Ultimately, your customers will shape the way your business grows in the future.” Chris’ new book, The Rise of the Youpreneur, is a perfect example of this. Get the full story in today’s episode. Also, learn Chris’ strategy for how to launch a book and get Amazon reviews right out of the gate.
#63: Josh Steimle, founder of MWI and Influencer Inc., gives three questions each beginning influencer should answer
Josh produced content for years before getting any significant notice. His writing for Forbes and other notable publications put him and MWI on the map. In today’s episode, get the full back story on Josh Steimle, your Influencer Summit host.
As co-founder of Kinesis, Portland’s award-winning marketing agency, Wendy has years of success under her belt, and she understands the importance of staying focused and not getting overwhelmed with all the tools and possibilities. In today’s episode, Wendy reveals the marks of a business and a pet peeve she has with certain online marketers.