The Only Three Reasons to Write a Book (And Will Brian Clark Ever Write One?)

I launched Entreproducer almost two years ago by laying out the concept of the author-as-entrepreneur. The response was enthusiastic, to say the least.

As Entreproducer evolved, we moved into the related territories of agile content marketing, the minimum viable audience, taking the buyer on a heroic journey, and much more.

Well, true to the very nature of those topics, this particular journey will continue to evolve in 2014. Find out why as Robert Bruce and I return to the original topic of book publishing in this 30-minute discussion:

  • The only three reasons to write a book
  • Do you even need to write a book anymore?
  • The death and re-birth of publishing
  • What every aspiring author truly needs to build
  • Will there ever be an Entreproducer book?
  • What’s coming in 2014 …

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Comments

  1. What about another P – POSITIONING.

    A book, especially a successful one puts you in a different category in people’s minds.

  2. Jeffery Bradley says:

    This guy is just too arrogant to listen to. Could not finish listening to the interview!

  3. Shoot… and here I was waiting on the book, Entreproducer.

    Good news on the last part, however… (I won’t ruin the ending).

  4. Glad to hear you’re going to keep the podcast going. It’s interesting and I love it. Your next venture sounds exciting.

  5. Very curious how you define holistic success and how you live it.
    What are the challenges and how you master them.

    And I agree, there seems to be a need.
    Thanxs from Germany for the great inspiration Brian.

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