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Join us again for another edition of Beauty Talk on Sunday, Nov.2nd as we continue to answer your questions about the Beauty Industry. Our show on Sunday, Oct. 26th was great, but we were not able to get all of your questions answered. So, we are going to do it again. Please join us for more inspiration, education, and information. Call in with your comments and questions....914.803.4399.
This is pt 4 of my interview with Stacey Aaronson, founder of The Book Doctor Is In. In our first interview we talked about how the self-publishing model can help or hurt your book sales. You can hear that interview here. In the second we discussed why DIY and self-publishing are NOT one and the same. You can hear that interview here. In part 3 we delved into the different types of editing and the importance of each, how editors differ and what to look for, and what questions you should ask yourself before interviewing professionals to determine your particular needs, concerns, wishes and goals for your book. You can hear that interview here.
So today "The Book Doctor" is back in the house to complete this important series you won’t want to miss if you’re considering writing and self-publishing a book! Our conversation today will be focused specifically on the questions to ask prospective editors and designers, red flags to heed, and great resources for finding book professionals.
And, BONUS! For Your Partner in Success Radio listeners, Stacey is offering her Master Do’s and Don’ts List of Self-Publishing (with abundant resources!) to help set you on the right path for your publishing journey.
We have recieved your questions about the beauty industry, the film & tv industry and more, and we want to answer them this Sunday at 9pm ET/6pm PT on another informative episode of Beauty Talk. Please call us with your additinal questions and comments. 914.803.439
This is pt 3 of my interview with Stacey Aaronson, founder of The Book Doctor Is In. In our first interview we talked about how the self-publishing model can help or hurt your book sales. You can hear that interview here. In the second we discussed why DIY and self-publishing are NOT one and the same. You can hear that interview here.
So today "The Book Doctor" is back in the house with an interview you won’t want to miss if you’re considering writing and self-publishing a book! This week’s focus is all about what questions you should ask—and what red flags to heed—when seeking your dream book production professionals. You want to have strong trust and confidence in the editor(s), book cover designer, interior layout artist, and proofreader you hand your “baby” over to, and Stacey will give you the blueprint for performing the best due diligence and conducting the most productive interviews, all with the intent of finding the most harmonious partner(s) for your particular needs, wishes, and goals as a future published author with excellence.
And, BONUS! For Your Partner in Success Radio listeners, Stacey is offering her Master Do’s and Don’ts List of Self-Publishing (with abundant resources!) to help set you on the right path for your publishing journey. It’s a free mini-class on self-publishing!
Join us tomorrow night, November 23rd for another inspiring episode of Beauty Talk with celebrity Makeup Artist and Groomer Merrel Hollis. Merrell joins us to talk about maintaining a sucessful career in the beauty industry. Tune in at 9pm EST/6pm PST. Join our Tweetchat as well by using the hashtag #BeautyLounge. Want to join the conversation with your questions and/or comments??? Call us at 914.803.4399.
This is part 2 of my interview with Stacey Aaronson, founder of The Book Doctor Is In. In our first interview we talked about how the self-publishing model can help or hurt your book sales. You can hear that interview here.
In part 2, Stacey will discuss why DIY and self-publishing are NOT one and the same, with the goal of helping aspiring authors avoid making critical and costly mistakes on their way to becoming published.
She will also discuss:
What are the biggest ways the traditional publishing model differs from the self-publishing model?
What’s one of the biggest mistakes writers make before they start writing?
What are some of the red flags writers should heed when seeking out independent publishing professionals (editors and designers)?
And much more!
Please be sure to join us in the chat room to ask questions of Stacey. She is here to help!
Jim Palmer, AKA The Newsletter Guru is a frequent guest and today I am delighted to welcome him back to Your Partner In Success Radio to talk about the principles in his new book 'Stop Waiting For it to Get Easier - Create Your Dream Business Now!' Jim maintains that successful businesses are created every single day, no matter what the economy or other outside market conditions may be. The truth is that there is never a "perfect time" to start a new business, so why not just start now? Today. Entrepreneurs who move swiftly and boldly from idea into action, delivering value to the marketplace, will ultimately succeed. Jim talks about 2 specific groups. First, he speaks to those people who have long had a dream of starting a business- becoming an entrepreneur, controlling their own destiny... but just waiting for the right time to get started. Second, he will speak to those entrepreneurs and small business owners who have already started but have not yet reached their dreams or goals for the business. Please visit his great Stick Like Glue Radio page. I was a recent guest and it was a great interview!
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When a reader opens your book, you want to be sure the content you’ve worked so hard to polish shines in design and layout, right? Well, for most self-published authors, this is sadly not the case; in fact, next to poor DIY covers, DIY layout is killing self-published print books to the detriment of the author. To ensure this isn’t the case with your book, The Book Doctor is back with another installment in the “How to Self-Publish with Excellence” series, focusing this week on how to make certain your interior layout is as professional as your cover. If you want your baby to rival—or even exceed—a traditional house publication, it’s crucial to understand the difference between DIY and professional layout artistry, and Stacey will reveal all the secrets! What’s more, she’ll share what you as a writer should look for in contracts when you hire book professionals (editors, cover designers, layout artists, proofreaders, etc.) to safeguard the rights to all of the material you pay for.
And, BONUS! If you didn’t grab it last time, Stacey is once again offering her Master Do’s and Don’ts List of Self-Publishing (with abundant resources!) for Your Partner in Success Radio listeners. It’s a free mini-class to help set you on the right path for your self-publishing journey, and the downloadable PDF is available right here on this page. We hope you find it helpful!
Kristen Eckstein is a highly sought-after publishing authority, two time best-selling author and award winning international speaker who has started over 50 publishing companies and published over 160 books and eBooks. She is founder of the “I am Published!” Ghost Publishing program, the Self-Publish On Demand training program and the “21 Ways” book series.
Having started over 50 publishing companies and being a self-proclaimed chocoholic, Kristen is the Ultimate Book Coach. She’s a multi-book best-selling author, award-winning international speaker, regular contributor for leading industry websites like The Future of Ink, founder of the “21 Ways” pocket guidebook series, the Author’s Quick Guide to… series and the exclusive independent publishing program, “I am Published,” which is the best-selling of its kind.
She’s worked on books authored by celebrities Guy Kawasaki, Dr. Daisy Sutherland, Carrie Wilkerson, and Paul Evans and shared the stage with experts like Kim Garst, Stephanie Frank, and Bob Burg.
Kristen will be sharing information about writing, publishing and marketing books. Be sure to join us in the chat room to ask questions while we are broadcasting live.
Virtual Assistance Industry
In this episode of Your Partner In Success Radio I am joined by Tracey Osborne, CEO of Business Solutions Made Easy.
Tracey is an expert Project Manager and Virtual Assistant who assists high achieving entrepreneurs in surpassing their goals by managing the behind the scenes operations. By removing the stress of daily operations, Tracey allows her clients the focus and freedom to do whatever it is that they do best…thus resulting in heightened profit and growth.
We are going to discuss the virtual assistance industry and drill down so that you are able to understand the industry distinctions. For instance, what is a Virtual Assistant (VA)? What is a concierge VA? What is a Project Manager and how is that different from an Online Business Manager (OBM)? And how is an OBM different from a VA? And then of course, we will talk about VA teams.
It can be very confusing to sort through the different levels of expertise when making the decison to work with a virtual business professional and we are going to help you get very clear on this topic.
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