With Julie Anne Eason
Today we are digging into how to write a book for your business with the amazing Julie Anne Eason. This amazing woman helps business people write and publish world-changing books that Inspire, Educate, and Sell.
She is an author, speaker, and CEO of Thanet House Books—a boutique book production company that helps people through the entire process from early book development through writing, publishing, and distribution.
She has ghostwritten multimillion-dollar books for thought leaders and influencers such as Russel Brunson in a wide variety of industries, including New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today best sellers.
Julie Anne’s passion is helping mission-driven entrepreneurs and subject matter experts change the world through written word. And she is here to tell you that writing your first book will not only do really good things for your business, your thought leadership and your credibility, but also that it is not as hard and time consuming as you probably think it is. I mean, she wrote a book for a locksmith in just one week, and she totally made me wanna write a book for my business too.
Julie Anne is a wealth of knowledge and I hope she will get you as excited as she got me about the process of becoming a published author. So, let’s dig in!
In this episode, Julie talks about:
- How a book can help grow your business (even if you give it away)
- Getting started with writing (and how to actually finish) your first book
- How to use the knowledge you already possess to drive demand for your message, your products, or services
- Why is writing a book one of the best investments a person can make in their business
- Where do you start when you have a million ideas for books you could write
- How to overcome writer’s block?
- How long it takes to write and publish a book.
You need to decide that you are going to do it and you need to decide to do it right. Understand that it is not as big of a task as you think it is. You have the time.Julie Anne Eason
Isnt Julie fascinating? Her passion certainly translates and there is something to be said about a person who is devoted to helping others achieve their biggest dreams and goals in their own lives and in their own business. I mean, Julie is top notch!
I loved hearing about the difference between self-publishing and having a publisher and the fact that writing a purpose driven book should really come from the outside in.
Just think about where you could be one year from now if you gave yourself just a few hours per week to work toward this!
And now, my ask from you is this: go look Julie up online. Check out the books she’s published and all of her free resources that she has on the market for getting you that much closer to adding published author to your resume.
Once again – thank you so much for tuning in to another episode of the Workshop Weekly Podcast. And hey, if you like the show, a review on iTunes goes a long way.
T’il next week, bye for now.
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