Rainmaker Rewind: How to Build a Virtual Powerhouse with an Amazing Book

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In this edition of Rewind, I’m excited to bring you a new episode of Authorpreneur with host Jim Kukral and guest Chris Ducker.

This week, they discuss why you should write a book, how to use a book to drive more leads, and how it can help build business.

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Chris Ducker had already built a powerful brand helping entrepreneurs find virtual assistants for their businesses.

Then he decided to write a book about it. Now the book has more than 650 positive reviews, and he’s moved his business from good to amazing!

He’s a highly paid keynote speaker around the world, and he has seen his book generate thousands of leads for his business.

Listen to his story.

Here are two more episodes that are must-listens this week:

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On this episode of The Writer Files, Kelton Reid welcomes Tyler Knott Gregson to chat about Tyler’s poetry, his habits as a writer, and his journey to success.

The Writer Files:

How Bestselling Poet Tyler Knott Gregson Writes

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On this episode of Editor-in-Chief, host Stefanie Flaxman talks about a standard editing practice you should implement to avoid confusing your audience.

Editor-in-Chief:

A Seemingly Minor Fact-Checking Tip that Yields Top-Notch Customer Service

And one more thing …

If you want to get my Rainmaker Rewind pick of the week sent straight to your favorite podcast player, subscribe right here on Rainmaker.FM.

See you next week.

The post Rainmaker Rewind: How to Build a Virtual Powerhouse with an Amazing Book appeared first on Copyblogger.

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