Why you should, and could be writing a business book with Cori Wamsley

I think we all want to secretly write a book, right? Well, we want to write a book that’s a best seller but we’ll settle for a hardcover that sits on a few hundred bookshelves. But two things tend to hold us back. One, what will people think? Will they hate it? And secondly, and more importantly, it kind of feels like a lot of hard work.

This is where today’s guest comes in. Is it possible to schedule and produce a book in under a year? And outside of ego, why do we want to write a book anyway?

In this week’s episode, we’re joined by Cori Wamsley who is a coach, an expert and an advisor on exactly this topic.

Cori wrote and self-published seven fiction books and one nonfiction book, The SPARK Method, about how to write a book for your business fast. She is also the executive editor and a writer for Inspiring Lives Magazine, as well as a board member of The Global Sisterhood nonprofit. For more information, please visit www.coriwamsley.com.

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Founder Tips for building a personal brand on Social Media with Brendan Kane

When you’ve worked on the digital presence for famous artists like Taylor Swift and Rihanna,
you get a real sense of what is required to grow and foster a substantial social following.

That’s exactly what Brendan Kane was able to do, not just for the famous artists, but also for himself as he grew 1 million following on Facebook.

Brendan is a Growth Strategist, Keynote Speaker and Author.

You can learn more about Brendan’s book ‘One Million Followers’ here
and of course follow Brendan to learn more about his strategy and logic here

Do you need a ‘Mentor’, ‘Coach’ or both for your Startup, with guest Robin Waite

As a startup founder, you’ll tend to lean on mentors coaches and consultants for business advice. However, what’s the difference, is one more important than the other. Should I be paying for one or all these different people to help me in my business? Moreover, how can any or all of these people help me to avoid marketing tactics? Is that focusing on the marketing strategy that the holistic approach to my business?
In this week’s episode, I’m joined by Robin Waite from the UK who’s a business coach speaker and also the author of ‘take your shot‘ and coaching businesses to double their turnover and their profit.

User-Generated Content – Something Startup founders should be thinking about

UGC, which is short for ‘user-generated content’, is the term used to describe any form of content like video, blogs, forum posts, digital images, audio files, and other forms of media that have been created by consumers or end-users of an online system and are publically available to others.

Or to put it another way, this is the content your customer produce about your business.

As a founder of a Startup, this should both strike fear in your heart, and opportunity in your marketing brain.
In today’s episode, I talk with Loraine Ball. After spending too many years in Corporate America, Lorraine said goodbye to the bureaucracy, glass ceilings and lousy coffee. Today you can find her at Roundpeg, a digital agency in Indiana, USA, building smart marketing strategies for businesses who want to use internet marketing tools to grow. Lorraine is also the host of More than a Few Words, a weekly, marketing conversation for business owners.
If you love what Lorrain has to say (and I know you will) then you can find more at www.roundpeg.biz