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  • Author:
    Jay Conrad Levinson,Rick Frishman,David L Hancock
  • ISBN:
    1933596864
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    978-1933596860
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    Morgan James Publishing; First Edition, General edition (October 20, 2009)
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    200 pages
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In The Entrepreneurial Author, Levinson and Hancock guide both new and seasoned authors into the 21st century .

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The Entrepreneurial Author. Achieving Success and Balance as a Writer in the 21st Century

The Entrepreneurial Author. Achieving Success and Balance as a Writer in the 21st Century. By: David L. Hancock, Jay Conrad Levinson. The face of publishing has changed drastically in recent years, and the 21st century promises to bring the most dramatic alterations to the publishing paradigm to date, calling for an overall revision of the structures and attitudes with which authors set up shop. By following the way of The Entrepreneurial Author, new and seasoned authors alike will discover that achieving and maintaining a professionally and personally balanced life is the way to achieve emotional and financial success, now and in the 21st century.

ISBN: 0395924782; Издательство: Mariner Books. Levinson covers everything from preparing a focused mission statement and hiring responsible employees to delegating effectively, responding to technological advances, and sustaining flexibility. In The Way of the Guerrilla, Levinson guides both new and seasoned business owners into the next century. By following The Way of the Guerrilla, enlightened and successful entrepreneurs will discover that a balanced life - involving more free time, stronger family ties, care for the community and environment, and creative stimulation - is the means to achieving emotional and financial success.

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The face of entrepreneurial business has changed drastically in this century. Measuring Success in the 21st Century. He is the author of more than a dozen books in the Guerrilla Marketing series. From the mom-and-pop undertakings of the past to the extensive workaholism and profit-seeking of the eighties to the current fashion of technological upgrading and employee downsizing, entrepreneurs have constantly been forced to reinvent themselves in an effort to adapt to marketplace changes.

A Blueprint For Success Without Stress, Now and In The Future. The face of publishing has changed drastically in recent years, and the twenty-first century promises to bring the most dramatic alterations to the publishing paradigm to date, calling for an overall revision of the structures and attitudes with which authors set up shop. By following the way of The Entrepreneurial Author, new and seasoned authors alike will discover that achieving and maintaining a professionally and personally balanced life is the way to achieve emotional and financial success, now and in the  21st Century.

asAS
Awesome, definitely worth a read
Bradeya
Achieving Success and Balance? Now, I want that. Things are shifting in our society. Many people are questioning the traditional drive for success which often comes at the expense of well-being. But is the answer to go to the other extreme? To give up the "lifestyle" and head for the hills? I actually live in the hills but find myself too often on the go.

I appreciate the messages in "The Entrepreneurial Author" - finding balance, having integrity, making a difference in the world AND expressing much of that by being an author. There are many books out there on marketing oneself as an author, selling books, being successful. I haven't seen any others that give suggestions around these important topics but all from a place of remembering what really matters - such as our relationships, our families, being peaceful, connected to something bigger than we are. This book covers it all. And I think it's time to listen.
Samowar
Insightful, Inspiring, Action Focused! This book needs to be devoured by every contemporary author.

Mark Bowser
Author of “Sales Success” with Zig Ziglar
Opimath
For me, being an Entrepreneurial Author starts with having a Entrepreneurial Publisher, so what better person to write this book than David Hancock. And if there was ever to be named an Entrepreneurial Marketer, it certainly would be Jay Conrad Levinson, the father of Guerrilla Marketing.

Together they have put together one of the best books on writing, publishing, and marketing a book. Although they do talk a great deal about achieving a balanced lifestyle (something most entrepreneurs struggle with), they do cover some of the best ways to make money from a book by turning it into a business, which has become a passion of mine.

Here's a quick rundown of this 5 chapter book.

Chapter 1 - The Goals. This chapter goes straight to the issue of writing for a reason, to satisfy a passion you have. It is important to note however, that what they imply but do not say outright, is that there is no money to be made in just selling books...you really do need to have an information business that sells your expertise so that you can achieve your goals and maintain a balanced lifestyle. Authors without a business around their books are either dirt poor or they have another job. With having a book around your book as the assumption, their advice is spot on.

Chapter 2 - The Setting. They cover an issue in this chapter that I have never seen elsewhere and that is how to have a great relationship with your publisher, so that you both achieve your goals. Of course this is assuming that you have not self-published your book. But even if you have, you should be aware of all of the variables that play into being on top of the publishing game.

Chapter 3 - The Tools. One of the tools that an author needs to have is a team...especially if you want to build a successful business around your book. They also cover a few other really important topics such as leveraging technology, and other people's products and expertise.

Chapter 4 - The Secrets. They get into some of the areas of marketing psychology that every business owner should learn about. Plus you'll learn some other important business strategies that apply to selling, whether it's books, information products or anything else.

Chapter 5 - The Next Steps. This chapter is the only one that is a little "light" on new information. But they did have a very good section called Six Tactics, which are 6 important ways to think. These are very useful and I agree wholeheartedly why each.

Overall I give it a 5 star, especially since it covers the true need to have a successful business if you desire to be a successful author (and vice-versa).
Pad
This book is the best expression I've seen so far of the new paradigm every author should be embracing. The traditional publishing model no longer works; but "vanity" publishing is not the answer, either. So what is? Entrepreneurial Publishing. This book is a must-have guide that leads authors through the murky waters of the publishing world into the clear, calm seas of Entrepreneurial Authoring. If you dream of being an author who writes what you love, enjoys the process, makes a great living and has true life balance... get this book now, and heed its sage advice.
Goltizuru
Usually I only review books I like, but I was so disappointed by this one I felt I had to warn you to save your money. Based on the title and the highly-respected authors (I've enjoyed several of Jay Conrad Levinson's other books) I was prepared to love this book. What a let-down, then, to find it so full of bland advice about leading a balanced life, not being a workaholic, following your passion, etc. Those are all good thoughts, but in this book they stay at such a basic level that there is nothing new. It's all on the level of homilies like "you have to add value" and "You have to keep up with the internet." No specifics, no strategies, none of the guerrilla marketing spirit, and very little that is unique to writers--it should have been called "Nice Thoughts About Having a Business." Plus it's all double-spaced and could have fit into half the number of pages. I'm really sorry to be so negative, I would prefer to be writing a glowing endorsement. If you're doubtful, use the "look inside" feature and read a few pages and you'll see what I mean.
Xmatarryto
As a Marketing Expert I try to read as many books as I can on the subject of Marketing. This book is a " MUST READ." Most probably one of the best Marketing books I have read. It is not theoretical, but very practical, and down to earth. It is also much more than a book it is the " DEFINITIVE" Marketing guide for any one that has written a book, or planning to write one. I know you will enjoy it as much as I did.

Ali Pervez
Author: Get Your Black Belt in Marketing
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