IT'S TIME TO
WRITE THAT BOOK.
If you're an entrepreneur and you want to write and publish a book to grow your business, we've got a solution for you.
One of our New York Times bestselling ghostwriters will write your book for you. Plus, we can build your personal brand website, manage your social media, and handle your PR and marketing. We can even make your book a WSJ and USAToday bestseller—guaranteed.
Need one-on-one help? Get face-to-face author coaching, on your schedule and at your convenience, to help you write the right book for the right audience. Purchase additional services like ghostwriting, marketing, PR, and platform building on an as-needed basis.
Join up to fifteen other 7-figure entrepreneurs in one of our 12-month Published Author Mastermind groups. Includes weekly group coaching, monthly one-on-one calls, marketing and PR opportunities, and access to writing and publishing experts.
The 12-month Published Author Masterclass includes the Published Author Workbook and Online Course, plus weekly group coaching and accountability. You'll also get to connect with hundreds of other author/entrepreneurs in a private discussion group.
THE $10M STORY
As an entrepreneur, Josh has used thought leadership to generate over $10M for his businesses. He's the author of over 300+ articles in publications like Fortune, Time, Forbes, Fast Company, and Mashable, as well the books The 7 Systems of Influence, 60 Days to LinkedIn Mastery, and Chief Marketing Officers at Work. Josh has been featured on national and international TV and radio, and interviewed on more than 100 podcasts. Josh is a TEDx speaker and keynotes events worldwide. He is the founder of MWI, a global marketing agency with offices in the US, Asia, and Europe, and founder of 7 Systems, a consultancy providing leadership training and services to entrepreneurs, executives, academics, and government institutions.
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WSJ & USATODAY BESTSELLER, GUARANTEED.
What would it mean for your book, your business, your speaking engagements, if you had a book that was a WSJ and USAToday bestseller? What could that kind of credibility do for you?
Whereas the New York Times bestseller list includes books that are selling well and that the New York Times staff feels are important, the WSJ and USAToday bestseller lists are based purely on book sales. That means even if your book is self-published or a few years old, you can still get on one or both of those lists by selling enough books in one week.
Our method is straightforward—we discount the Kindle or ebook version of your book to 99 cents for one week, then blast the special offer to our email lists and run ads on Facebook and book publishing platforms. This way we can move between 5,000 and 15,000 copies of your book and get it onto one, and hopefully both, of these prestigious bestseller lists. If we don't get it on at least one or the other, you get your money back.