Welcome to Indie Experts – In Other Words…
The Podcast for Trailblazers, Rebels, and Change-makers. Experts and Authorities who are changing the world, one book, story, author at a time.
Most authors of Non-Fiction experience a range of expensive learning curves when starting a book, then understanding what it takes to get their book(s) to help them leverage their expertise.
Our authors are presemting on conference and TedX stages, in boardrooms, and forums, sharing their wisdom and expertise as an extension of what started as a book idea.
We take them from that initial idea and help them to navigate their way through the complex journey of becoming ‘Indie Experts’ who speak, write, train, and inspire by sharing what they know.
Our mission is to enlighten, educate, and extend the knowledge that non-fiction authors need to be able to really get leverage on their ideas, and their wisdom.
It’s about understand the journey from Idea to Authority.
If you want to know how to write a case study even when the topic or situation is sensitive you can do this but sometimes you’ll need to change a few things. There’s some do’s and don’ts – so let’s explore these.
If you think you need a party to celebrate your book launch and invite all the media… you might want to think again. There’s a number of ways to launch your book and this episode explores many common FAQs about a book launch.
Your Before During and After team is what you need to develop in readiness for your book to launch successfully. This is not a one-man or one-woman event – it takes a whole team and here’s what you need to know about who should be part of that team and why.
You need to put some preparation into being your own podcaster or featuring on someone else’s show. – Here’s what you need to know and do.
Getting ready to field those calls and being primed for the questions you want them to ask you is all part of being media trained.