Meghan Ward, book editor and award-winning writer of the memoir, “Paris On Less Than $10,000 a Day,” a coming-of-age story set against the backdrop of the Paris modeling industry in the late 80s/early 90s, recently wrote a blog post about the business side of my book, Goal Digger: Lessons Learned from the Rich Men I Dated. Meghan also asked me how I parlayed my book experience into a business coaching career.
In 2007, you self-published a book titled, Goal Digger: Lessons Learned From the Rich Men I Dated. Why did you choose to self-publish?
I shopped it around to literary agents and was told I didn’t have a big enough platform to sell a book, so I did it myself. I thought the whole literary agent/traditional publishing route was a block, and I was on a roll. The book was done, and I just wanted it out. Continue reading here….