If you’ve written a book, or if you’re considering writing a book, then you’re probably well aware of the phrase, the money’s not in the book… And maybe you’re even a little worried about whether it’s financially worth your while to write your book? Well, unless you are already well-known, or you have a big email list, then it’s true that you won’t make a fortune from your book. Or at least from your book directly.
Most authors use their book to bring them other business — and creating corporate workshop is just one way to add an additional source of revenue onto any writing or client income.
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Many authors are also entrepreneurs, and for them, a book isn’t just about sharing their message with the world. They also want it to help position them as a leading expert in their industry, and they use their book as a key marketing tool to attract new customers.