There are two main levels of becoming a business owner. The first one is hiring and building out a team. The second one is surrendering.
Entrepreneurship is bred out of the want to be your own boss. Being a solo entrepreneur has many advantages, but almost as many disadvantages.
How do you go from not even written one word to an Amazon bestseller and a Wall Street Journal best-selling author in less than 60 days?
Your 10-step guide on how to write a blog and becoming an expert business blogger. These are the forms that a business blog takes.
Have you always thought about writing a book, but it just seems so impossible? According to a survey conducted by The New York Times, 81% of Americans feel they have a book in them. But most haven’t written it. So, why aren’t you writing yours?
Online and service-based publishers are very similar to self-publishing, except you get to have experts do it for you and deal with the details. You may want to do it on your own, though. And instead of scrolling through endless articles and watching interminable videos trying to find someone to JUST TELL YOU HOW in straightforward, easy to follow steps, then hello. Welcome.
Congratulations on being a published author! Now that you can write it and publish it, it is time to generate some interest and exposure.
As a publishing and book marketing firm, we at Authors Unite have seen it all. In our over three years of working with authors, we have identified the top three mistakes first time authors make, and we are sharing it with you so you can be prepared. Forewarned is forearmed! It is always best to be able to learn from other people’s mistakes so that you can go out and make brand new ones instead of repeating ours.
Whether you are a new or seasoned writer, it can be confusing trying to figure out what apps and tools are the best ones to help you write your best work. You have probably heard of some or even all of these, but I wanted to bring them all together and discuss their pros and cons and information about each.
There are a million reasons not to write a book. After all, between work and family and life, things get busy! It takes time to write a good book, and time is a hot commodity. But what are the top reasons why you should get moving and start writing? To put pen to paper, fingers to keyboard, and turn on your creative side?