How does the four-time New York Times best-selling author Tucker Max feel about almost every bit of advice when it comes to defining success as an author, books on being an effective writer and the idea that it doesn’t matter how good your book is, just that you should have one? Complete BS.
Tucker goes deep into what the true purpose of writing a book should be for just about any genre of non-fiction author. He reveals the truth behind the power of self-publishing, how to land a traditional publishing deal, and the real way to be featured on the New York Times bestseller list.
Listen in as Matt and Joe learn more about the highest and best use of a book, their time and how to shave close to 2,000 hours of the time it takes to write a prescriptive non-fiction book if you have one in you waiting to get it. If you’re ready to get serious about seriously getting your message out there, be sure to check out this episode with Chandler Bolt and this advice from Matt and Joe on how they wrote a book in a weekend and their tips to effectively market a book.
We can’t make your book great but we can make it the greatest possible book you have in you.” – Tucker Max
Some Topics We Discussed Include:
- Almost every definition of success as a writer is BS
- Books on the New York Times bestseller list mean they’ve sold the most copies, more BS
- Plus, discover the biggest pile of BS yet when it comes to the book you produce
- What Matt needs to throw in his burn pile
- What the true purpose of writing your book should be
- Who’s to blame for the lackluster connotation of being an Amazon best-selling author?
- How to segment like a superstar so your book lands in the hands that earn you true wealth
- Joe’s a-ha about fortune over fame
- Is Matt secretly pining to be the next Willie Shakespeare?
- The highest and best use of a book for your business
- Even better, the highest and best use of your time period
- How to shift from middle-class thinking to break out of your “busy” yet unproductive rut
- The key to consciously choosing what you do every day
- Tucker’s two cents about how to be famous…Something you may not want to emulate
- An easy solution to the “honey do” lists at home
- How to fight with your spouse and end up with a happier life
- Three qualities Tucker looks for in his clients before signing a deal
Contact Tucker Max:
- Find Tucker and his team at Scribe Media
- Follow the Tucker on Facebook
- Learn more about Scribe Media on YouTube
- Find Scribe Media on LinkedIn
References and Links Mentioned:
- I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell by Tucker Max
- Scribe Media (formerly Book in a Box)
- The Last Black Unicorn by Tiffany Haddish
- HARO site to gain exposure and build authority while helping reporters complete stories
- The Scribe Method by Scribe Media
- Managing Oneself by Peter Drucker
- The Essential Drucker by Peter Drucker
- Everybody Writes by Ann Handley
- Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott
- On Writing by Stephen King
- A 3 Step Process To Envision And Write Your First Book – Chandler Bolt
- How to Write a Book in a Weekend by Joe Fier and Matt Wolfe
- 9 Killer Tips To Effectively Market A Book by Joe Fier and Matt Wolfe
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