The important things really start to happen once you’ve completed your book.
That the opportunity to start sharing what you’re written and identifying those invisible prospects.
In last week’s show we looked at the free or inexpensive ways you can use your book with the people who already know you, and today we take that a step further, looking at the things you can do locally to share your book with the people most likely to be clients.
The best way to think through these ideas is always with a real example, so today we’re talking with Joe Yocavitch from New Jersey.
Joe’s a great guy. He persevered through some compliance headwinds to recently complete his book Getting Down The Mountain. A guide to preserving your retirement by reducing one of the biggest threats. Taxation.
We had a great call looking at not only the process of creating his book, and some of the challenges, but also, not it’s ready, what are some of the ways he can get out there and make the most of these first few weeks after release.
I’m excited for you to hear (and steal) the ideas we had.
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Transcript: Book More Show 056