I’m switching it up with The Author’s Switch this week and providing a video version in addition to the audio version of the podcast. In this episode, I continue the 8-part series about The Authorneer’s Journey and dig into author business planning.
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A truly functional business model is comprised of five parts. John Mullins and Randy Komisar describe these parts and how to develop them using case studies and accessible writing. They also describe a system for getting from your initial business plan to a Plan B (or Z) that is even […]
Weekday Wisdom, Episode 16 Are you a planner? Then that bodes well for your business. Today I’m going to share with you excerpts from a Facebook live in which I talk about the second trait of successful entrepreneurs. That is that they create actionable plans. I’m sure you’ve heard the […]
“It has been said that massive action trumps planning. However, if your action takes you in a direction you don’t care to go, you can end up someplace you don’t want to be.” Photo: Malaga Cove in Palos Verdes, Calif. Taken February 2014. Grab your copy of 57 Secrets for […]
If you’re going to build a sustainable entrepreneurial author business — become a full-time author — you need to be clear and strategic about the actions you take each day and throughout the week, month and year. My guest on the second episode of The C.A.P. Podcast is Bob Baker, […]
There are five qualities that most, if not all, successful people have. Whether it is these qualities that attract success or that success engenders these qualities, I can’t say for sure. But often, by modeling success you become successful … so it can’t hurt to nurture these things in yourself. […]
Yes and no. Ultimately, you don’t have to do anything. However, if you want next year to go well for you and your business, you should at least create a basic plan for the new year. It doesn’t have to be extensive and detailed. It could be simply an overview […]