And John has used his books as his entry points to generate multiple streams of passive income and generate clients for his higher end services and programs and generates consistent results like these month after month.
Success Leaves Clues...
Have you heard the saying success leaves clues?
In that, in order to succeed - there's no need to reinvent the wheel - you should simply model what successful people are doing and you'll be successful too?
We'll take a look at Brian Tracy, Dan Kennedy, Seth Godin, Gary Vaynerchuk, Tony Robbins, Russell Brunson, John Mulry, Frank Kern, Robert Kiyosaki, Amy Porterfield, Robin Robbins, Lewis Howes, Jordan Belfort, Kaelin Poulin, Tim Ferris, Brendon Burchard, Jeff Walker, Napoleon Hill, Dale Carnegie, Jim Rohn, Peter Guber, and all of top coaches, consultants, speakers, performers and trainers and experts in their respective fields and you'll notice one common thread amongst them all...
They’re all published authors and they all use a book as the Ultimate Position Tool and the Ultimate Client Attraction Tool in their business.
One that acts like a magnet for them... Attracting the right type of HIGH PAYING "A" clients and helping them spread their message far wider and far deeper than they could ever do on their own...
Four Big Myths About Publishing a Book
Now you may be thinking:
- Writing a book takes a LONNNNGGG time
- Writing a book is a hard, tedious and mind numbingly boring process
- Writing a book is only for the JK Rowling’s and the Stephen Kings of the world
- And you could also be thinking you need clients yesterday not after you publish a book
If that’s the case I completely understand but much like the famed "the earth is flat" false belief and much like Roger Bannister paving the way (pun intended) for people to run the four minute mile those four 'myths' are mere false beliefs holding you back.
Remember - People were convinced the earth was flat until it was proven otherwise. People were convinced no one could run a mile in four minutes until Roger Bannister emphatically proved otherwise...