Spiritpreneur School 41! How to be a Successful Indie Author (Audio)
We’re taking self-love to self-launch.
Spiritpreneur School is an empowerment podcast for conscious entrepreneurs created by your headmistress, Abiola Abrams. A spiritpreneur is a spirited business person who is a conscious and heart-centered entrepreneur. Our guests range from CFOs to professional creatives. These (mostly) women are brilliant thinkers who have overcome challenges to live out loud. If you want to know how to answer your calling and live on purpose, you are in the right place.
I see you, leader! It’s a pretty cool thing be in the company of a sisterhood of women leaders and leaders in training. The beautiful thing is that my Sacred Bombshell self-love tribe and my Spiritpreneur Warrior tribe are just that. A beautiful tribe of women leaders. From the women in my coaching programs to you here, I am blessed to be surrounded by past, present and future leaders. Many or most of you have a book in you. By that I mean that you have a story to tell that others can benefit from.
Last week, I shared about how I hated on others for putting their writing out into the world while I was too afraid to share mine. This week on my Spiritpreneur School podcast, meet my editor Alissa McGowan and hear her advice on how to get YOUR book finished! Don’t sit around hating on others because YOU are afraid to step into your purpose.
I can’t wait to read what you’re writing.
More from Red Pen for Rent’s Alissa McGowan
(from the site)
“We are indie author advocates. You are a serious artist dedicated to your craft. You’re passionate about producing a superior-quality literary product to share your story or message with the world. And the growth of self-publishing has created an exciting new world of possibility for authors who understand that taking a manuscript from first draft to publication-ready book is like building a company from the ground up: time-consuming and costly.
As an author-entrepreneur, you are responsible for everything that has traditionally been handled by a whole team of professionals at a publishing house. You must hire an editor, a proofreader, a designer for the front and back covers, a formatter to design the inside of the book, and a marketer to get the word out for you—not to mention an attorney to help you set up your business!”
Enter Red Pen for Rent. We advocate for independent authors, offering the professional support and critical eye you need to become the best writer you can be.
We track what works and what doesn’t and keep up with the demands of a constantly evolving industry so our authors don’t have to.