LinkedIn can be a way for authors to connect with new people, share content, and find a new audience. But many of us don't know where to start.
Lori Ruff and Joe Frankie, authors of LinkedIn: The Five Minute Drill for Executive Networking Success, join Morgan James Radio to share how you can connect on LinkedIn with only 5 minutes every day.
Ryan Gottfredson is a mental success coach and mindset pioneer.
With his book, Success Mindset, Ryan hit on a topic so many people need to hear and the book become a Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestseller.
If you are a leader or a natural achiever, having the right mindset will help you accomplish more and go farther in your personal, work, and leadership development.
A sales funnel for your book can not only be profitable for an author, but it can also allow you to build relationships with readers.
Brian Stachurski joins Morgan James Radio to discuss what a book funnel is, what steps and content are involved, and how you can use a funnel to sell more books.
David Hancock also gives a candid view from a publisher's point of view on why he believes book funnels are good, even if the publisher does not make as much money.
David Hancock is joined by Jim Howard and Bethany Marshall for this special episode of Morgan James Radio.
During a disruptive time, when the path for an author may not seem clear, this episode will provide you with encouragement, ideas, and hope.
Whether are trying to sell books or still writing your book, you will find encouragement from the management team of Morgan James Publishing.
Lee Cockerell is the retired Executive Vice President of Walt Disney World. Consider what it takes to run the 4 world-famous theme parks plus all of the hotels, water parks, and other attractions.
Does it take magic to manage so much responsibility? Yes, it takes Time Management Magic.
Lee joins Morgan James Radio to talk about his book, Time Management Magic, and how authors can manage and control their time to help them create more content.
Brittany Bexton left her home in California to pursue her dream of music in Nashville.
After a series of personal traumas, Brittany wrote a song about her experience. Eventually, the message of the song was used for a book.
Brittany explains it is your experience and process, not necessarily a happy ending, that allows you to create a message to help other people.
Known as the author alchemist, Lisbeth Tanz turns writers into authors.
When you have something say, Lisbeth helps you say it well and turn your idea into a book.
An author considers the reader and considers what the reader wants to get out of the book. A writer considers what they want to put in the book.
Often, a speaker or public figure who has a message needs help to turn it into a book.
Lisbeth gives us ideas on how to work with an editor or book architect to get on the right path.