I’ve known writer and editor Dianne Jacob for many years. Long before she became the author of the best-selling Will Write for Food. A book that opened up all sorts of consulting, speaking and training opportunities for her. Which I know is something many aspiring and existing authors would like to emulate. Knowing how valuable itRead the Rest…
“Should I or shouldn’t I go the co-author route with my next (or first) book?”
That’s a question I get asked all the time.
I’ve successfully co-authored five books–virtually with Craig Badings in Australia for Thought Leadership Tweet, plus a business leader in India–and three books with clients here in the U.S. Every experience has been a joy.
But that’s not the case for everyone.
In this recording I speak with Mike Figliuolo, founder and managing director of thoughtLEADERS, LLC, a professional services firm specializing in leadership development. Mike’s new book, Lead Inside the Box, is co-authored with Victor Prince. His first, One Piece of Paper, was written alone.
How does Mike compare and contrast the two experiences? More to the point, what can you learn from Mike to ensure co-authorship is the right route for you?
Download the transcript of the audio recording.
Buy your copy of Mike’s latest book, Lead Inside the Box: How Smart Leaders Guide Their Teams to Exceptional Results.
For more tips and traps about co-authorship, read this useful SpeakerNetNews blog post.