Having success in the book industry with Sandra Nomoto

Watch Episode 67 with Sandra Nomoto

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Sandra Nomoto, a seasoned writer and content strategist, shares her insights on the writing process and the importance of a solid marketing strategy for book authors. Sandra believes that writing is just the easy part, and it’s everything after that which requires effort and careful planning. She emphasizes that to be successful in the book industry, authors must be well-versed in marketing and consider it even before writing the book.

She provides tips on how authors can succeed:

  • Find their target audience and tailor their marketing strategy to reach them effectively.
    Why strategy always wins.
  • The challenges of self-publishing and the importance of finding a good editor


In conclusion, Sandra’s vast knowledge and experience in the writing and marketing industry make her a valuable resource for authors and content creators looking to take their work to the next level. By sharing her tips and expertise, she inspires others to pursue their passion and achieve their goals in the book industry.

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Michelle Dennedy brought us an incredibly insightful interview with her impressive business history. She discusses the importance of bravery and how this will lay the path of everything

you need in business. Michelle shares her story of why she wasn’t able to be herself at home and the story of how her kids “walked through the fire with her”.


On this interview you will learn:
– The importance of looking at the people who are propelling your career
– Preparing and planning for when things go wrong
– Understanding culture
– What the business world expects of women
– Being judged as a women raising money
– The power of stopping the ??? at the end of your statements (hesitancy)
– A POWERFUL secret that will vastly improve your leadership
– What it takes to be a Vice-President of a company
– The reality of rising through the ranks of a company (Game Of Thrones-esque battles)
– The 3 L’s of Leadership
– Critical secrets to partnerships