Top Business Leaders

#126 – Devin DeVries on How to Fill Your Seminars with LinkedIn

Devin DeVries is Indie Books’ publishing project quarterback. She is responsible for shepherding each book through all the stages of the publishing process and ensuring each author walks away with a book they can be proud of. In addition, she puts her over eight years of web marketing and e-commerce experience to use in helping authors and speakers promote their books through websites and social media.

#125 – Gini Graham Scott on The “Make My Book A Movie Scam” All Authors Need to Know About

Gini Graham Scott, Ph.D., has written and published about 200 book – 50 with traditional publishers, 150 through Changemakers Publishing. She has also written and executive produced 6 film projects, which include 4 feature films, a pilot for a TV series, and a documentary, as a co-producer through Changemakers Productions.

#122 – Kris Ward on How to Write Your Book Fast

Kris Ward is the founder of the Win The Hour, Win the Day philosophy. She helps entrepreneurs with productivity and creating their W.I.N Team (what is next) team so you can get your ideas to implementation and make your ambitions come alive!! Kris has been interviewed by one of the original sharks from Shark Tank, Kevin Harrington, and ABC’s The Secret Millionaire – James Malinchak.

#121 – Adam Hommey on How to Turn Your Blogs Into a Book

Adam Hommey, Founder and Creator of The Business Creators’ Institute™, helps entrepreneurs and business creators, like you, Emancipate the POWER of INFORMATION™ and WIN at the Game of Business and Marketing™ so you can thrive from the intersection of your brilliance and passion! He is the author of the international Amazon bestselling book Groundhog Day is an Event, Not a Business Strategy

#120 – Barbara Ingrassia on What Authors Need to Know About Copyrights

Barbara C. Ingrassia is the president of Manage Copyright. She is a copyright compliance and content protection strategist, speaker/workshop facilitator, trainer, and digital content licensor. She has studied the “murkiness” of copyright law with the Center for Intellectual Property at the University of Maryland, the Special Libraries Association, Duke University, copyrightlaws.com, and the Berkman Center at Harvard Law School.

#119 – Claudia Volkman on How Authors Can Keep Their Voices

Claudia Volkman is the owner of Creative Editorial Solutions. She has more than thirty-five years of experience in acquisitions, product development, editing, and typesetting, and has worked full-time for several trade publishing houses. Now, as the owner of Creative Editorial Solutions, she assists publishers, authors, entrepreneurs, and speakers with their editorial needs.