Publish a book and grow rich bootcamp
Gerry Robert's Publish a Book and Grow Rich - ReviewVery interesting stuff, especially his ideas on the marketing of a book. What a compliment of someone who has helped thousands of authors to publish their books around the globe! I feel very grateful. Made it just in time! A weekend with Gerry Robert and Jim Francis is just inspiring!
As you may know, I was so inspired when I went to his 3 day boot camp in October that I have not stopped telling everyone about it. His theory is that: There is no money in selling books — you have to build your business around your book. Gerry suggests you think about what goals you want for your business and then engineer the book for that purpose — it also needs to give value to your readers. He takes you through his system for breaking down the chapters so that when you come to write your book, it is easy — anyone can do it. Apparently you can write a book in 40 hours if you follow this system — I have not tried it religiously as he suggests. He helps to overcome myths — for me, it was that your book has to be a perfect encyclopaedia. He suggests that you interview people and try and get sponsors to help you fund your book, then you market your book before you even finish writing it.
Anyone looking to differentiate themselves from the competition, position themselves as an authority and generate much more income. Gerry went from living a life of poverty to earning multiple millions per year using the exact same technique he will teach you. He is a recognised expert in the fields of marketing, sales, branding and book publishing. For 25 years Gerry Robert has helped serious enterpreneurs catapult their sales and skyrocket their income. He will share his unconventional and innovative ideas to help you stand out in the crowded, noisy, marketplace for whatever industry you're in.
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Dear readers, thank you for reading! Keep on reading. The event started on Friday night. When I arrived at registration there were about people waiting. It was so packed they had to re-arrange the whole layout to accommodate everyone. My advice: sit at the front or you may stand up all evening!