NY Times bestselling author and Futurist Daniel Burrus joins AuthorU-Your Guide to Book Publishing host Judith Briles in an “author forward for success” podcast.
Get tips and secret sauce on what took him to become a magnet for NY—and why he’s now publishing differently.
-How to make a proposal that puts all others to shame;
-a variety of excellent book launch tips;
-the key to overall success.
PLUS—you have a bonus … Dan is giving everyone the hardcopy of his new book that illuminates the power of being a positive disrupter, Anticipatory Organization-Turn Disruption and Change into Opportunity and Advantage—grab it here: www.TheAOBook.com and listen to the podcast here: http://bit.ly/BookPublishingPodcast
Meet Dan Burrus … a New York Times bestselling author of seven books, including his latest book The Anticipatory Organization: Turn Change and Disruption Into Opportunity and Advantage, and is considered to be one of the world’s leading technology forecasters and innovation experts. He is a strategic advisor to Fortune 500 executives, helping them to solve impossible problems and see amazing new opportunities.
Dr. Judith Briles is a book publishing expert and author of 37 multi-award books. She’s guided over 1,000 authors in creating their books, earned in excess of $3,000,000 in speaking fees based on her books and gathered over $2,000,000 in onsite book sales at her speaking gigs. Her book, How to Create a $1,000,000 Speech flips a difficult topic into a simple and easily comprehensible plan. If you want to get into speaking, this is the guide that will be the game-changer to success. And, if you want to know more about Judith’s life, her book of “hope” is When God Says NO-Revealing the YES When Adversity and Loss Are Present. You can get it HERE.
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