At the Launch Conference a few months ago, I had the opportunity to sit down with New York Times bestselling author, Lysa TerKeurst and interview her about her concept of “Remarkable Marketing.” What she had to say is applicable to anyone who is trying to get their message heard. According to Lysa, the most important […]
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Everyone agrees on the benefits of reading. In this guest post, Dwayne Morris shares his strategy for retrieving what he’s read so it’s instantly available.
Becoming a published author could do more for your career than you can imagine. Here are five solid reasons why you should consider it.
I have read long books that were worthless and short books that were invaluable. That’s why I don’t believe books should be priced according to their length.
When you are selling intellectual property, you have to work hard to make the product tangible to your prospect. In this post, I explain my strategy for selling my speaking services.
Aspiring authors often ask what they can do to hit the bestseller list. Here are the seven actions I took to get my book on all three major lists.
Getting published is difficult, particularly for new authors. Where do you start? In this post I tell you exactly what to do next.
Just three months after publication, Heaven Is for Real by Todd Burpo is a publishing sensation. With more than one million copies in print, it the #1 bestselling non-fiction, trade paperback book on the New York Times list. Here’s how to get a FREE copy.
Hundreds of people have written to ask if John Maxwell’s first-ever writers’ conference was recorded. Good news: it was! Here’s how you can watch the entire conference on video.
My friend, John Maxwell, is hosting a one-day live event called “A Day About Books.” It is an unprecedented opportunity to learn from someone who has written seventy-plus books and sold more than twenty million copies.