Write a book to build your brand & grow your business – Free call

Posted October 29th @ 6:37 pm by Roger C. ParkerPrint

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Find out what it’s like to write a book to build your brand & grow your business when I interview David Basarab, author of the forthcoming book, Predictative¬† Evaluation: Ensuring Training Delivers Business and Organizational Results.

I’ll be interviewing David Basarab and his business partner, Phil Young, on Tuesday, October 2, at 4:00 PM EST.

David and Phil are partners in LearningBursts, an educational firm providing online resources for executive development.

You’ll get a back-stage look at the steps taken to write a book to build your grow your business by attracting new prospects to your business. We’ll be discussing topics like:
  • Origins. When was the decision made to write a book?
  • Goals. What were the original goals in writing a book? Have the goals matured or changed?
  • Initial steps. What were the first steps taken, the first alternatives considered?
  • Publishing alternatives. What publishing options were considered?
  • Writing, editing, and revising. Were there any lessons learned during the writing and editing process?
  • Marketing and promotion. When did book marketing begin? What events are scheduled around the book’s publication date?

How to attend this free call

These, and other, topics–including questions that you ask during the call or submit before the call–will make this call one of the “must attend” events of the week. The call takes place Tuesday, November 2, at 4:00 PM EST. All Published & Profitable friends and members are invited to attend. The call is free, and will be recorded for of Published & Profitable members. To attend, please register using the link below. And, remember to submit a question about writing a book to build your brand and grow your business when you register.

Click here to register for this event

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