#062: Moving From Author to High-Ticket Entrepreneur with Rob Kosberg

#062: Moving From Author to High-Ticket Entrepreneur with Rob Kosberg

Rob Kosberg is a Wall Street Journal and USA Today best-selling author and the founder of Best Seller Publishing. He’s been featured in some of today’s most prestigious publications, podcasts, and media outlets. Through his trademarked program, Publish Promote Profit, Rob helps clients perfect their own professional best-selling book guaranteed. He also teaches them how to use that book to grow their income and impact through speaking engagements, free PR and media, and cutting-edge lead generation strategies. Today, Rob also has several done-for-you services, and he shares some valuable information on how he put together his high-ticket offers.

Some people prefer to learn skills on their own, but many people want to know how to get things done quick and get to the next level. Done-for-you services and programs with guaranteed results help you save time, which is the most important resource we have. Rob gives us insight into how he helps his clients go from non-fiction author to high-ticket entrepreneur. We also chat about the fear of giving too much advice away in a book and why it won’t prevent people from buying your additional offerings. If you’re an author who’s looking for help with using your book to take you to the next level, Rob’s got you covered. 

What’s Inside:
  • How to create high-ticket offers with guaranteed results for your clients.
  • Tips for non-fiction authors on how to break into high-ticket offers.
  • How to figure out what programs and products to sell.
Mentioned In This Episode:

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Best Seller Publishing

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