Amy Dix is a two-time international best-selling author. She’s also a sought-after keynote speaker, professional artist, and founder of Authority Speakers Agency. Amy and I discuss how to speak on different stages, who to contact if you want to start speaking, and how virtual summits can help you find your audience.
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#077:Selling Without Sleaze with Sarah Jolley Jarvis
Sarah Jolley Jarvis specializes in helping people build the businesses of their dreams on their own terms. In her book, Selling Without Sleaze, Sarah explains why finding your ideal client makes sales authentic and genuine. We talk about why mindset is important in sales, how to identify your target audience, how to set and advertise your pricing, and what to cover on a client discovery call.
#070: Breaking Through Roadblocks as an Author in Business with Heather Dempsey
Heather Dempsey is a business coach who specializes in emotional health, mindset, and the psychology of business. She helps her clients carve out a path to public speaking, live coaching, and workshops based on their books, and more. Heather and I discuss the roadblocks authors often face after publishing our first books, dealing with imposter syndrome, and how to handle not knowing what to do next.
#068: Building a Business through Email with Derek Doepker
Derek Doepker is a multiple best-selling author and a master of building email lists. Through an email list, you can keep the relationship going with your readers through personal messages and share upcoming books and product launches. Derek shares tips on how to get started with an email list and how you can use it to make some serious cash.
#015: Virtual Summits with Navid Moazzez
Navid Moazzez, founder of the Virtual Summit Mastery program, helped me create my very own Book Profit School. Navid has some amazing tips on repurposing content, growing your audience, and more. Learn how easy it can be to get started, even if it’s your first virtual summit.
#014: Audience Centric Authorship
An anti connector is someone who doesn’t respect your relationship and does things that ruin a potential partnership. Being audience centric is always better than treating someone poorly, especially when growing your email list, planning virtual summits with other influencers, and building your business.
#013: Audience Centric Authorship
Building an audience takes a little more time and effort than running ads for your book but it yields more long-lasting results. When you have genuine connections, you’re able to sell more over time than you would with ads pitched to a cold audience. Email lists are a great way to form relationships and keep your audience engaged.