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I think that spring has finally arrived in Montreal – and it’s about time, too!
Just a week ago we had snow flurries – but now the crocuses are springing up and the breeze is if not balmy… well, it’s not freezing any more. Short sleeves for all!
This time of year is very hard to sit at your desk all day – even when what you’re doing is exciting!
But work must march forward, so I sit at my desk with the window open, and the sound of bicycles driving by and birds singing in the trees drifting in- and get ever more excited about my growing business, deepening relationships and possibilities for the coming months.
Spring is wonderful.
I can’t begin to describe what a delight it is to start getting to know the people who have signed up for my First Impression Incentive, and responded to the different letters in my Engagement Sequence.
If you haven’t done this for your business – may I please recommend it again!
The process of things coming together – all the different pieces of the puzzle – offers, commenting, subscribers, engagement – for someone with their eye on a successful business – it’s exhilarating!
Of course, with new growth comes big change – and that’s something I’d like to talk about today as well…
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This post is going to be short and sweet.
As you probably know, Guy Kawasaki, Jeff Goins and I are hosting a live training webinar on Thursday titled “Secrets of Great APEs: Authors, Publishers, and Entrepreneurs”, where we’re going to teach…
- Real-life lessons learned from Guy, Jeff, and my writing and publishing experiences.
- How to crowd-source a book: what to consider, and how to do it effectively.
- How to self-publish successfully, where you can save money and cut corners, and where you definitely cannot.
- Tactical advice from Guy Kawasaki, learned on the front-lines of writing and publishing APE.
And on top of the training, we’re also going to hang around quite a lot to answer questions.
Now, we’ll do our best to answer every question that gets asked, but realistically speaking, it’ll be hard to get to everyone (we’ve got 1,000 live seats on the call, and we expect them all to be filled) – so if you want to make sure your question gets answered, go ahead and leave it as a comment on this post.
So first, make sure to register and reserve your spot on the call.
And then leave a comment below, with any question that you’d like Guy Kawasaki, Jeff Goins or me to answer!