#059: Thriving as an Entrepreneurial Couple with Charylle Wolfe

Charylle Wolfe is the creator of a program called Spouse in the House, where she helps entrepreneurial couples thrive as business owners and in their marriage. Her high-ticket offering is a life-changing, unique experience. Charylle shares the story of her own journey, why she was inspired to create her program, and tips for couples who are considering making the entrepreneurial leap together.

#056: Providing Value with High Ticket Offers with Derek Doepker

Derek Doepker went from being a broke valet parker to a best-selling author and successful entrepreneur. He’s sold over 100,000 copies of his book and he now teaches other authors his strategies. Derek and I discuss what makes a great high-ticket offer, what to do if you’re just starting out, and much more.

#051: Creating the Anthology Offer

Join me on a 7.5-mile walk as I create the new copy for my updated anthology sales funnel. Anthologies are great ways to add more books to your author library and grow your audience. You’ll learn some tips and tricks for your own sales funnel and how to structure it so people buy your products.

#050: Creating Meaningful Summits and High-Ticket Offers with Kris Safarova

Kris Safarova is a best-selling author and owner of two successful consulting and training businesses. She helps people start their own consulting firms and find fulfillment through their work. Kris has hosted summits, created profitable high-ticket programs, and has some valuable advice to help make offerings your audience will love.

#040: Advanced Amazon Ads with Alex Strathdee

Amazon ad expert Alex Strathdee shares some insider tips on how to make more book sales. Through trial and error and a lot of testing, Alex built a business that offers affordable ad services to authors. Today, he manages over 130 accounts and continues to grow.

#039: First-time Summit Successes with Karen Ferreira

Karen Ferreira is the owner of Get Your Book Illustrations, a company that helps indie children’s book authors make their way through the book creation journey. After her first virtual summit, Karen grew her email list and quickly positioned herself as an expert in her field. She shares tips on how to make your own summit a success and why you don’t need top influencers to get great results.

#038: Virtual Summits in a Niche Business with Ted Demopolous

Ted Demopolous’ computer security business serves a very niche audience. He decided to try running a virtual summit and saw great success, with extremely high conversion and engagement rates. Ted is proof that virtual summits can work well for niche businesses, even without big email lists and giant audiences.

#037: Virtual Summit Strategies with Jonathan Green

Doug Pew’s M.U.S.I.C. framework helps people create online courses and persuasive copy. Singing the tune of your audience helps draw them in. Using smart, persuasive copy to market your course sets you apart from the competition so you can create raving fans.

#031: Taking the First Step with Paul Brodie

Best-selling author and marketing systems guru Paul Brodie is an expert on getting published. Through his company, he’s launched 49 books for other authors, all of them achieving best-seller status. Becoming an authority in your niche can be made easier when you work with the right people.

#030: Making Ads Work for You with Brian Berni

Co-founder of BookAds Brian Berni is an Amazon expert and knows what it takes for an author to see massive success with ads. He’s also an accomplished author and runs summits to help fiction authors turn their passion for writing into a business. Ads aren’t for every author, but if your book meets the criteria, you could increase your book sales and boost your credibility.