SpeakerMatch Teleseminar Series
Writing, Publishing, and Leveraging Your Book to Land Highly-Paid Speaking Gigs
Learn the Holy Grail of Leveraging Your Book
Guest: Patrick Snow
This was a 60 minute teleseminar which took place on September 04, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. Central Time
Patrick Snow has leveraged his success as a keynote speaker and published author into a 750+ client coaching business. His clients are from Australia to UK and everywhere in between. Patrick is a long time SpeakerMatch member and teleseminar guest who consistently receives rave reviews for providing useful insider information and practical strategies to building a speaking business.
What Was Covered in This Interview:
- The holy grail of the speaking industry in terms of leveraging your book
- Setting your speaking fee once you have a book
- Systems for writing and publishing your book
- Insights from a long time SpeakerMatch member with dozens of bookings secured through the service
About Our Guest
Patrick is author of the international bestseller, Creating Your Own Destiny, which has sold more than 250,000 copies in five language and 108 countries worldwide since its first printing in 2001. As a result, this book and his second book, The Affluent Entrepreneur, have both been purchased by John Wiley & Sons in NY and have been republished under the Wiley imprint. Patrick’s newest book, Boy Entrepreneur was just published in July. Originally from Michigan, Patrick graduated from the University of Montana in 1991. He lived in the Seattle area for more than 20 years until April 2013, when he and his fiancé, Nicole, moved to Maui, Hawaii (where he continues to build his speaking, coaching and consulting business). As a publishing coach, he has mentored more than 750 clients throughout the world to successfully publish their fiction, non-fiction, memoir, legacy, or children’s book.
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