Rob Kosberg spent 20 years in the real estate game before “failing” his way into writing a bestseller that led to an incredibly successful business in financial services. Rob then fell into helping other entrepreneurs write and publish their books and discovered his true passion.
Here’s a Glimpse of What You’ll Hear:
- How Rob Failed His Way into Writing a Bestseller
- Common Barriers to Writing a Book
- Is the term Bestseller Becoming Watered Down?
- How to Become a Bestseller Without a Following
- What Platforms Should Aspiring Authors Focus On?
- How to Utilize Facebook Ads as an Author
- What is a Backend Strategy and Why Should Authors Have One?
- Which Should Come First, the Backend or the Book?
- The First Step to Writing a Book
- Who Rob Thanks for His Success
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