Julie Broad is a Best Selling Author, entrepreneur and real estate investor who was awarded the Top 20 under 40 Award. She is also the Founder of Book Launchers, a company that helps entrepreneurs build their brand and boost their business by writing, publishing, and selling a top quality book.
“We all have powerful stories and experiences to share that will make a difference in other people’s lives.” – Julie Broad
Julie has a good background in real estate. Her first book, More Than Cashflow: The Real Risks & Rewards of Investing in Real Estate, shares her own journey and insights in the industry. After being turned down by a couple of publishers, she ended up self-publishing her book.
Self-publishing did wonders for Julie. Her book became the #1 softcover version on Amazon, selling for $24 per copy.
“I hit the jackpot in some ways and made some major mistakes in others which actually makes for great lessons.” – Julie Broad
People started approaching her for help on self-publishing. So, she created YouTube videos that they could turn to anytime. After years, it grew into what is now Book Launchers.
Why Write a Book
According to Julie, you write a book because you have a mission. You also need to be willing to commit yourself to the process.
“The perfect reason to write a book is you have a message to share.” – Julie Broad
Is your message something that you can be proud of? That is one question to bear in mind. There are enormous benefits when you’ve done a good job.
To hear from Julie Broad, download and listen to the episode. Connect with her through the links below. Remember to let Julie know you heard about her on Stop Riding the Pine!
Show Links from Julie Broad:
- Book Launchers
- Free Guide: 8 Ways to Sell a Thousand Books for Under $100
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