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Dan Janal

Build your business with a book — in a flash!

Overview:

Listeners will discover how easy it is to write a book that can build their businesses. I'll share tips they can put into action immediately to get results!

Bio:

Dan Janal works with top business leaders who want to elevate their reputations and set themselves apart from their competition.

As a book coach, developmental editor and ghostwriter, he shapes stories and strategies that can transform a career or business.

No matter where you are in the book writing process, Dan can help.

With more than 25 years of experience, he can help find the right process for your unique situation because he’s worked with lots of people who have written all kinds of business books and have similar needs to yours.
Dan has written more than a dozen books that have been translated into six languages. His latest book is called, “Write Your Book in a Flash.”

He’s a former award-winning daily newspaper reporter and business news editor.
He’s interviewed President Gerald Ford and First Lady Barbara Bush.

He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in journalism from Northwestern University.

He is the host of the award-winning podcast, “Write Your Book in a Flash with Dan Janal,” which was named one of the top 50 podcasts for thought leaders by Thinkers360.com

He lives with his wife and two cats in Shorewood, Minnesota.

You can find more information and free resources at Write Your Book in a Flash. com.

Let’s welcome DAN JANAL.

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Suggested topics:

How can a book help build my business?

How can I get new clients after I write the book?

How can I create content that my prospects are dying to read?

How can I write quickly?

What are the myths people have about writing a book?

Suggested QUESTIONS:

How can a book build a business?

How do you create content your prospects are dying to read?

Can you use existing content in your book?

How can an editor help you improve your book?

After you've written your book, how can you use it as a marketing tool to get more clients?

Do you have to be famous to write a book?

Is it better to publish the book yourself, or get a traditional publisher to publish your book?

How can you get publicity for your book?

Is advertising your book a good idea? How can you advertise without spending a lot of money?

What would you tell people who say, "I'm not a good writer?"