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ASP 64: How Parkinson’s Law Can Skyrocket Your Author Productivity

Improved productivity means less human sweat, not more. — Henry Ford In this episode, Steve shares how he still maintain his productivity after being a father. Though he no longer has the benefit of having the whole day to work on his business because of his new responsibilities, he found that he’s getting more things […]

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ASP 60: Canva and Designing Eye-Catching Marketing Images

“Creativity is magical, but is not magic.” – Charles Lamb Learn how to use Canva.com to create eye-catching images and other design projects without needing to spend a ton of money. Barrie shares how she uses the design app to create social media images, lead magnets, slide decks and workbooks. What you’ll learn in this […]

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40 Self-Publishing Resources, Tools, and Assets To Accelerate Success

As much time as we writers spend alone behind our computers tap, tap, tapping away, one thing is certain: we just can’t do it alone. The business of writing, designing, editing, publishing, marketing, and selling your books requires the kindness of strangers — or at least a little help from your online friends who offer […]

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ASP 32: How to Get Published on Kindle Scout with Rachelle Christensen

Quote of the Day: “When you publish a book, it’s the world’s book. The world edits it.” – Philip Roth Rachelle is the award-winning author of 10 books, including The Soldier’s Bride (a Kindle Scout Selection). She is a stay-at-home mother of five who writes mystery/suspense and romance from a little farm in Idaho, where […]

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ASP 26: How to Find (and Manage) Virtual Assistants to Help Your Author Business

Quote of the Day:

“Often the best solution to a management problem is the right person.”

– Edwin Booz

Steve, you use a virtual assistant. What kind of work do you have her do?
How has having a VA helped you?

Virtual assistants free up your time to focus on your business, and to get grasp on the bigger picture. It allows you to focus on your 80/20 tasks…

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