Top Business Leaders

#146 – Chantel Henry on How Can Women Executives Write a Book?

Chantel Henry believes that in everything, there is always a dynamic exchange taking place; in business, conversation, relationships, you name it; a person a selling and someone is buying. Through her experience as a college professor, entrepreneur, and sales representative, she has developed an insatiable appetite to provide value through the art of selling.

#140 – Ken Wachsberger on How Can Authors Negotiate Contracts?

Ken Wachsberger, The Book Coach is Vice President of Marketing, National Speakers Association-Michigan and a Contract Advisor, National Writers Union. He is available for professional contract advising and speaking in front of groups about book contracts as well as book writing and publishing. Ken is the #1 International Bestselling Author and Editor of “You’ve Got the Time: How to Write and Publish That Book in You.”

#139 – Steve Eriksen on How Authors Can Get on Summit Stages

Steve Eriksen is an integration specialist and automations nerd. When Steve hosted a summit for his own coaching business, he couldn’t find a good system to help him run his event. So he used his technical background in the events space, along with his real-world experience as an event host, and created EventRaptor, a system that makes virtual event management easy.

#138 – Wendy Strain on How to Get Feedback on Your Writing

Wendy Strain has been a newspaper journalist, editor, university instructor, tutor, grant writer, and ghostwriter. She now brings that expertise together to help clients tell their stories across multiple formats and platforms – from books to blogs, course content to content marketing. Her special talent is taking big ideas and translating them into everyday language and understandable metaphors.

#137 – Karen Dimmick on How To Design A Fantasy Book Cover

Karen Dimmick of Arcane Covers is a Fantasy and Paranormal book cover designer. She specializes in making genre-specific covers that sell books. She works with both indie authors and one traditional publishing house. There are usually some of her covers in the bestsellers lists and she has also done various re-covers for books already in the top 50 of their category, that have doubled their sales.