Crowdfunding Expert Dr. Letitia Wright
As America’s Crowd Funding Strategist, she teaches workshops for Small Business Administration, California’s SBDC’s and is the Los Angeles Crowd Funding Examiner and Guest blogger for other Crowd Funding sites. She has the fastest growing platform for crowdfunding education and project promotion in America. Her interviews with the top Crowdfunding CEO’s give her the insight needed to make crowdfunding easy for regular entrepreneurs, authors and entertainers. Dr. Wright has been the MC for several crowdfunding events over the last 3 years and is a frequently sought after speaker and panelist. She is the author of the upcoming book “101 Tips to Successful Crowdfunding: From Someone Who’s Been There, Done That and Got the Cash”.
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The worst advice I’ve ever heard about writing books!
The worst advice I’ve ever heard about writing books begins with the assumption that writing the book is the only reason for the writer to complete the book. Most writers have an idea of what they want to accomplish with their book. Some reasoning is transparent, like entertainment or information. In most cases the author wants their book read by as many people as possible. This brings into play a whole galaxy of “must-do things” that goes beyond finishing the manuscript.
Few people write books just to see their name in print. For those few people, the Internet offers a broad array of publishers and prices, more precisely printers, eager to fulfill the need. However, entertainment and information requires mass penetration of the probable market for whatever the topic covers. In these cases, beginning at the end can be more appropriate. Developing and refining an audience for the book, starts the journey on a successful path.
Over the years with The Wright Place TV Show,I’ve interviewed many business owners. They have taught me the signs to know when it’s time to create your own business. I want to share this with you new business owners and those of you who know you should be starting your own business.
At 6AM, your alarm goes off, and you drag yourself out of bed to prepare for your day job. Every day, you wake up, eat, work, go home, eat, sleep and the cycle goes on. You’re starting to ask yourself why are you seating in front of your desk taking orders from someone when you can be on your feet, enjoy and be the one giving orders. You’re contemplating whether you should be your own boss or just continue what you’re doing. Read more