Anna David, an author, journalist, coach, podcast host, and TV personality has personally experienced what can happen when you publish a book. From more business, more speaking gigs, and more credibility, to improved mental health and a connected relationship with her audience, Anna has learned that books are the college degrees of today. In this episode, Anna shares her struggle with addiction and how writing a book opened more doors in business and life than she ever thought possible.
Anna David shares why publishing a book will change the trajectory of your life and business for the best.
Here’s a glance at what you’ll learn from Anna in this episode:
- How having a book not only helps your business but also gives you the freedom to help millions of people.
- Anna’s most shameful secret (This secret almost killed Anna and made her want to kill herself, but now it has become the way she helps the world).
- One of the best things you can do to get massive media exposure, many more speaking jobs and a huge influx of sales.
- REVEALED: The lives of well-known (and unknown) entrepreneurs whose careers skyrocketed as a result of publishing books.
- The 2 questions to ask yourself to come up with your best and most valuable book idea.
- The #1 tool you can use to gain all the credibility you need as an expert in your marketplace.
- Anna shares the story of how she spent her 26th birthday and when she realized she was an addict.
- How she learned what can happen when you write a book – and why she got imposter’s syndrome.
- Anna thought she should get a degree and experienced “imposter syndrome” – until she realized a book was as good as a degree.
- No one cares about Anna’s degree – but everyone cares about the books she has written.
- Many entrepreneurs’ lives have changed because of their books.
- Speaking fees go through the roof when you have a book.
- Writers are the celebrities of today – they’re the only ones with credibility today.
- Traditional publishing is broken: 3 in 10,000 books sell to traditional publishers.
- There’s a new opportunity for people who have a story to tell – whoever doesn’t have a book is missing out!
- It’s important to share not only so you can help others but to also heal yourself.
- To figure out what to write about, ask yourself: What are my audience’s pain points and what lights up my soul?
- Writing a book could save a life…and it could be yours.