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A Book of One's Own: A Women’s Manifesto

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Lucy has mentored hundreds of entrepreneurs to plan, write and publish their business books, which then go out into the world bringing their authors impact, income and influence.
In the A Book of One’s Own podcast, Lucy will teach you how to position and plan your book. She will take you through her tried and tested WRITER Process, outline the different options for publication, and then show you how to use the book to promote yourself, your brand and your business without feeling pushy or salesy.
If you’re a woman entrepreneur who wants to get her business book planned, written and published, so you can boost your business, raise your profile and claim your authority in your niche then this podcast is for you.
Lucy is the author of 12 books, including her latest, A Book of One’s Own – a manifesto for women to share their experience and make a difference. She is the co-Founder of Rethink Press, Global Publish Mentor of the Key Person of Influence programme, and Founder of the Business Book Awards.
Connect with Lucy at http://www.lucymccarraher.com/

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Amplifying the Voices of Women Through Authorship
While women are represented in books like those on diversity and confidence, few women are seen as authorities in the leadership space. Sophie Devonshire was determined to add at least one more name to that list of published female authors with business-minded books, and she used that desire to finish Superfast: Lead at Speed. Sophie is the CEO of Caffeine Partnership, a firm that helps clients deliver their vision with high-energy, high-impact consulting. As an experienced leader and brand specialist fascinated by speeding up success, she wrote Superfast as a response to the excitement and exhaustion people are feeling with the ever-accelerating rate of business and technology advancement. She joins Lucy in this episode to share how she took her business book from concept to publication, how it’s impacted the Caffeine Partnership, and how it’s helped skyrocket her own credibility. Tune in to hear how we can all work to amplify the voices of women by being loud about what we bring to the table. “I believe that women need to have a voice about business. I [wanted] to make sure I at least [added] one more female name to published books.” -Sophie Devonshire   Love the Podcast? Leave a 5 Star Review and Subscribe on iTunes for updates   In This Episode: How the exponential growth of technology, and her clients’ struggle to keep up with the excitement, inspired Sophie’s book The incredible ways Sophie’s book has helped market her business and land her speaking engagements  Why being a female voice in the business publication world is so important to Sophie The challenges Sophie faced when writing her book, and the three things she used to overcome them What tech tools Sophie used to organize and her book and other strategies she recommends for aspiring authors The role of having a mentor and team played in Sophie’s ability to finish her book Sophie’s advice to women hoping to write their own business book How to reframe self-promotion and stop thinking of it as a selfish act Resources: Superfast: Lead at Speed by Sophie Devonshire   Connect with Sophie: Twitter LinkedIn The Caffeine Partnership   Connect with Lucy: Twitter LinkedIn Facebook rethinkpress.com
Using Your Personal Experience to Shape Your Business Book
There tends to be a misconception that business books must be cold, instructional devices rather than engaging and inspiring guides. When writing her business book, however, Emily Macpherson abandoned complex jargon in favor of clarity, practicality, and encouragement for her readers. Emily is the founder of Find Peace of Mind, a financial planning firm, and author of Retirement Compass: Personal Finance for the Life You Desire. Her business was created as a result of her own poor interaction with a financial advisor, and her efforts to expand on traditional methodologies by helping clients see their lives holistically is a thread woven throughout her book. She joins Lucy in this episode to explain why she took this approach to authorship, how she buckled down to write, and how her experiences continue to shape her professional work. “It was a challenge to write the book, but… I did that and it’s my physical evidence that I can rise to the challenge and I’ve got something positive to give.” -Emily Macpherson   Love the Podcast? Leave a 5 Star Review and Subscribe on iTunes for updates   In This Episode: How Emily was inspired to go into financial planning and open her business at 22 after her own experience with an advisor The catalyst that got Emily to commit to her book, even though she’d tried to write it several times before How Emily’s business, and book, deviate from the traditional methodologies of financial planning The workshop exercise that played a pivotal role in Emily finishing her first draft in 30 days, and why done is better than perfect Will finding an accountability partner really help you write your business book? How Emily’s book has impacted her business, confidence, and industry credibility Emily’s breast cancer journey, and how it’s inspired her to write a follow-up book geared toward financial planning for young people Her biggest piece of advice for anyone looking to write their business book Resources: FindPeaceOfMind.co.uk Retirement Compass Connect with Lucy: Twitter LinkedIn Facebook rethinkpress.com
Developing Female Leaders with Kadi Cole
As a woman, do you face additional hardships to attain and maintain leadership positions? In this episode, Lucy interviews author Kadi Cole, who has over 25 years of diverse experience in leadership. Kadi shares her experiences with writing, publishing, and working with men and women in leadership. Listen in to hear Kadi’s advice on everything from handling criticism as an author to the positive practice of female leadership. “I believe that we are made to make a difference in the world.” -Kadi Cole   Love the Podcast? Leave a 5 Star Review and Subscribe on iTunes for updates Timestamps: 1:55 - Kadi explains the origins of her book on leadership.   5:22- Kadi speaks to the most common mistake she sees in the practice of female leadership.   8:54 - Kadi maps out the process of writing and publishing her books.   12:37 - The similarities and differences between secular and faith-based workspaces in female leadership   18:09 - Kadi breaks down the impact of her two books on her clients and work experiences.   21:03 - Do women face additional struggles in writing a book and getting it published? Kadi works through a couple of problems she faced and how she overcame them.   25:04 - Kadi speaks to handling criticism as a female author.   26:43 - Kadi explains her next steps.   29:19 - Kadi shares her tips for aspiring and current female authors.   Resources: Buy Lucy’s book on Amazon A Book of One’s Own Private Facebook Group Kadi’s books on Amazon Connect with Kadi: Twitter Website Instagram   Connect with Lucy: Twitter LinkedIn Website Facebook
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Started
Feb 25th, 2019
Latest Episode
Aug 9th, 2019
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No. of Episodes
20
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30 minutes
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