#185 – Tom Antion on How to Make More Money From Your Books

Tom Antion, our fearless leader, has never had a job. He’s always had his own business. Starting with nothing, he owned five apartment buildings and a hotel BEFORE graduating college. Tom has actually been entrepreneurial since he was nine or ten years old. Tom’s dad came from Syria through Ellis Island in the early 1900s, became an entrepreneur, made Tom into an entrepreneur, and Tom has helped thousands of people start, run, and improve their businesses.

#181 – Marjory Wildcraft on How to Get a Six-Figure Advance From a Major Publisher

Bestselling author Marjory Wildcraft is the author of “The Grow System: True Health, Wealth, and Happiness Come from the Ground.” She is an expert on sustainable living and the founder and CEO of The Grow Network, the online home of a global network of people dedicated to self-reliance, community, and protecting the planet through homegrown food.

#178 – Carol J. Amato on How to Get Book Reviews So You Can Sell More Books

Since 1995, Carol J. Amato has shown entrepreneurs, speakers, coaches, and other experts how to write, publish, and market a quality book based on their expertise so they can rise to the top of their fields, attract leading clients, and charge higher fees. Carol handholds her clients from idea creation through marketing and helps them avoid the frustration, stress, and usual quagmires that plague many first-time authors.

#177 – Carl Landau on How to Work With Your Publisher to Promote Your Book

Carl Landau is co-author of the new book, Pickleball for Dummies. He has been an entrepreneur since the age of 26 and now in (un)Retirement is founder of Pickleball Media. Carl has started and sold three successful media companies and published five magazines (software development, winemaking, and craft brewing industries). He currently hosts the popular podcast “I Used to be Somebody”.