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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Are you an author who would want to know what other methods you can use to profit from your book beside the number of books sold? Publishing a book and earning royalties for some authors is already sufficient, however, your book can actually lead to multiple streams of income and can be a springboard to a lot of opportunities.
Together with Jyotsna Ramachandran, the founder of Happy Self Publishing, let us discuss the concept of Youpreneur ecosystem that the trusted international business mentor, Chris Ducker, talks about in his book, “Rise of the Youpreneur”, and the 7 revenue streams that you should consider.
Are you an author who is looking for multiple revenue streams?
There is a wealth of opportunities for authors to make additional income from books and one concept that I want to introduce you to is the Youpreneur ecosystem.
A Youpreneur is an entrepreneurial person who builds a business around their personal brand.