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Leverage: Authorship for the New Millennium - Influential Authorship #1 - cover

Leverage: Authorship for the New Millennium - Influential Authorship #1

Lori Anne Rising

Publisher: Rising Productions, LLC

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Did you know that the writing and publishing industry is perpetuating old, antiquated traditions simply because no one has questioned them in over a century? Until now, that is. Based on her original research, author Lori Anne Rising dares to challenge the age-old “wisdom” of the writing and publishing industry.  In short, this book shows professional speakers, consultants, coaches and trainers how to leverage their knowledge effectively to reach more people, make more money, and make a powerful difference in the world. 
Did you know, for example, that sales do not create influence? And yet, the writing and publishing industry wants you to believe that sales are the only thing that matters. Wrong! There’s so much more to consider if you truly want your hard-earned knowledge and experience to serve you and your readers. 
The Influential Authorship series is based on years of professionally reviewed, academic research – and yet it’s written conversationally with the busy, traveling professional in mind. By asking a different question than anyone has ever asked before, Lori Anne has discovered a break-through approach to nonfiction writing and publishing that has already created bestselling and award-winning results for her clients. 
In this book, Book 1 in the Influential Authorship series, you’ll learn: 
What influence really is, why it matters, and how you can leverage it as an author… 
What the fundamental building blocks are to develop more powerful content far more easily… 
How the power of your intentions guide your book, and how to clarify them in order to create content that meets  – and even exceeds – both your personal and business goals… 
Practical tips and strategies to apply immediately to get your next (or first!) book started right to ensure the best possible results possible for you – and your business… 
The biggest mistakes a newbie author can make – and what to do instead…. 
What really connects with readers and causes them to take action in their lives to ensure you’re book is making a real difference…. 
And much more! 
It has been said that a book is the expert’s and thought leader’s most compelling business card. Now, you can take your writing – and your business – to a whole new level through the art of influence.  If you’re a professional speaker, consultant, coach, trainer or other expert in your industry – or want to position yourself as one – this is the break-through nonfiction writing guide you’ll want to read.

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