Interview: Business success lessons on The Entrepreneur Way

A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to be interviewed on The Entrepreneur Way by serial entrepreneur Neil Ball about the biggest lessons I’ve learnt on my entrepreneur journey – check it out at Positioning Yourself as an Expert in Your Niche with Jacqui Pretty. Just some of what we covered included: Entrepreneurial role models The […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Funding Your Book with Partnerships

​You’ve almost finished your draft and you start shopping around for publishing quotes.One editor quotes $1,200 and another quotes $5,000. One designer will charge $500, while another charges $2,000. And then you approach an end-to-end publishing company who will charge $12,000 for the lot – editing, design, eBook, printing and distribution.Regardless of where your suppliers […]

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How one entrepreneur got a $25,000 contract ‘because you’re a published author’

How often do you see your potential clients trying to do it all themselves? With the accessibility of online technologies today, any entrepreneur can  create their own website, do their own copywriting, design their own brochures and manage their own social media campaigns.  Unfortunately, even though they can achieve all of this themselves, it’s a challenge to do it well and […]

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Interview with Clarissa Rayward

In this episode of Entrepreneur to Author I speak with Clarissa Rayward, a family lawyer who has leveraged her book to lead to media appearances, speaking opportunities and more clients engaging her firm than ever before. It all began in 2008, when Clarissa established Brisbane Family Law Centre. At BFLC her team of lawyers work alongside counsellors and financial planners to […]

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