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Tim Grahl

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REZI 005 - Buch Marketing Buchtipp: Your first 1000 Copies von Tim Grahl // Rezension

Zwischen den Worten // A.D. WiLK Podcast

Das für mich wichtigste Buch über Buchmarketing.Schön, dass du hier bist! Willkommen zu meinem Podcast! Heute stelle ich dir das Buch „Your first 1000 copies“ von Tim Grahl vor. Es war das erste Buch, dass ich über Buchmarketing gelesen habe und die Inhalte daraus begleiten mich noch immer.Vieles habe ich umgesetzt und ich ziehe es immer wieder heran. Ich würde sagen, dass es essentielle Bausteine enthält, mit denen man sich eine Basis aufbauen kann, die einem niemand wegnimmt. 100% und 5 Sterne Empfehlung! Links aus der Folge (Werbung - du unterstützt mich, wenn du auf die Amazon-Links klickst) Your first 1000 Copies von Tim Grahl // https://amzn.to/2PEpy6eWenn du wieder gehst von A.D. WiLK // https://amzn.to/3aaS1dd Hast du Fragen zu meinem Podcast? Wünschst du dir spezielle Inhalte? Dann schreib mir unter andrea@adwilk.de oder auf Instagram unter @adwilk_autorin. Klick jetzt auf Abonnieren und verpasse keine neue Folge. Meine Bücher findest du hier: https://www.adwilk.de/shop/ Danke, dass du mich hörst!Alles Liebe, Andrea

7mins

9 Aug 2020

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S2/E14: Sell Your First 1000 Books by Tim Grahl (Creative Live)

The Rookie Writer Show

I’ve been meaning to get to Tim Grahl’s books and class for a while. In part, because of something I’ve heard many times from a variety of sources: If you wait until you have a book to promote to start working on your author platform and networking, you’re late to the game. Tim Grahl has […]

12mins

9 Apr 2020

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Summary of Your First 1000 Copies by Tim Grahl | Free Audiobook

QuickRead Podcast - Free book summaries

Find out how to self-market your book and sell your first 1,000 copies. In today’s world, the internet has changed the way we live and do business, including the way we publish and sell books. With the internet, the opportunities are endless and authors have access to millions of readers, but what’s the best way to reach them? The options are overwhelming. Luckily, marketing guru Tim Grahl has created the perfect step-by-step system to help you sell your first 1,000 copies. Now you can learn how to attract a large audience of readers before you’ve even published your first book. By building an established following, you can attract readers who know and trust you and are willing to support you. Of course, self-marketing is harder than it looks but Grahl has figured out the marketing do’s and don’ts to ease your journey and save you time. As you read, you’ll learn how to build an email list that is critical for your business, how to reach influencers to promote your book, and how to determine if your marketing strategies are working. Do you want more free audiobook summaries like this? Download our app for free at QuickRead.com/App and get access to hundreds of free book and audiobook summaries. DISCLAIMER: This book summary is meant as a preview and not a replacement for the original book. If you like this summary please consider purchasing the original book to get the full experience as the original author intended it to be. If you are the original author of any book on QuickRead and would like us to remove it, please contact us at hello@quickread.com

27mins

16 Mar 2020

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283: Why “Burning Your Boats” is Terrible Advice with Tim Grahl

Achieve Your Goals with Hal Elrod

According to legend, Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés issued a rather interesting order to his men as they began their conquest of the Aztec empire in 1519. The order was simple: Burn the boats. He wanted his men to realize that they had no opportunity to retreat, so they had to give this fight everything they had. Failure was no longer an option and winning this battle just became that much more important. There is much debate about the legitimacy of this story, both in reference to the true intentions of Cortés and whether the actual burning took place at all. However, regardless of the accuracy in this particular case, this phrase “Burn your boats” has become popular advice in the context of business and success. In today’s episode, my friend and best-selling author, Tim Grahl, and I discuss why burning your boats may be the wrong strategy and one you want to avoid, and then we share what we believe will be a much better approach for your to take your success to the next level and beyond. Get The Full Show Notes To get full access to today's show notes, including audio, transcript, and links to all the resources mentioned, visit HalElrod.com/283 You can also find a special version of the episode on the PremoCast app (iPhone only): http://blog.premocast.com/episode-283 Subscribe, Rate & Review I would love if you could subscribe to the podcast and leave an honest rating & review. This will encourage other people to listen and allow us to grow as a community. The bigger we get as a community, the bigger the impact we can have on the world. To subscribe, rate, and review the podcast on iTunes, visit HalElrod.com/iTunes.

41mins

8 Aug 2019

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Running Down a Dream with Tim Grahl

End of Three Fitness betterhumanology

This week we are talking to Tim Grahl about his new book," Running Down a Dream: Your Road Map to Winning Creative Battles." We talk about what it really takes to pursue your passions. 

51mins

18 Feb 2019

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218. Running Down A Dream with Tim Grahl

The Speaker Lab

As we kick off the new year resolutions are in the air! Is writing a book one of yours? If writing a book is your way of running down a dream then there's no one better to help you on your path than our guest today, Tiim Grahl. Tim is a book marketing expert who has been in the industry for 10+ years. He has worked with everyone from Dan Pink to Barbara Corcoran of Shark Tank, and many other names you'd recognize. Today on episode 218 of The Speaker Lab, he tells us what it takes to make a book successful. He also talks with us about his latest book, Running Down A Dream, how you can overcome doubts, fear and insecurities about running down your own dream and how to find time to build your speaking business no matter how busy you are.   THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:    Why shouldn't you focus on social media? Why just having a book out on the market can build your platform. How many years should you continue to promote your book? The one exercise to find the truth about how much time you actually have. Where did the idea for Running Down A Dream come from? Why don't most people run down their dreams? How to know when to course correct your path. What is the difference between coasting and settling? And so much more!   EPISODE RESOURCES Tim Grahl's web site  Tim Grahl on Twitter Running Down A Dream, by Tim Grahl Tim's other books Story Grid Podcast  The Speaker Lab on YouTube The Speaker Lab Facebook group Got questions? Send them in here Email me! Subscribe on iTunes, and leave us a rating or review

42mins

1 Jan 2019

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218. Running Down A Dream with Tim Grahl

The Speaker Lab

As we kick off the new year resolutions are in the air! Is writing a book one of yours? If writing a book is your way of running down a dream then there's no one better to help you on your path than our guest today, Tiim Grahl. Tim is a book marketing expert who has been in the industry for 10+ years. He has worked with everyone from Dan Pink to Barbara Corcoran of Shark Tank, and many other names you'd recognize. Today on episode 218 of The Speaker Lab, he tells us what it takes to make a book successful. He also talks with us about his latest book, Running Down A Dream, how you can overcome doubts, fear and insecurities about running down your own dream and how to find time to build your speaking business no matter how busy you are.   THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW:    Why shouldn't you focus on social media? Why just having a book out on the market can build your platform. How many years should you continue to promote your book? The one exercise to find the truth about how much time you actually have. Where did the idea for Running Down A Dream come from? Why don't most people run down their dreams? How to know when to course correct your path. What is the difference between coasting and settling? And so much more!   EPISODE RESOURCES Tim Grahl's web site  Tim Grahl on Twitter Running Down A Dream, by Tim Grahl Tim's other books Story Grid Podcast  The Speaker Lab on YouTube The Speaker Lab Facebook group Got questions? Send them in here Email me! Subscribe on iTunes, and leave us a rating or review

42mins

1 Jan 2019

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Tim Grahl - Resolve

Copy That!

Book marketer and kingmaker of best selling authors, Tim Grahl talks us through his latest book - Running Down a Dream. Tim is a long time friend of mine, and we walk through some of the most painful moments in his pursuit to achieve a dream.

48mins

8 Nov 2018

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Running Down a Dream with Tim Grahl

The Productivityist Podcast

Tim Grahl joins me on this episode of the podcast to talk about his latest book (and most personal one to date), Running Down a Dream: Your Road Map To Winning Creative Battles.Tim and I have had several conversations before and we make every effort to get together whenever we're in the same city. This time I speak to him over Skype (with some microphone issues on my end to start off the show) as we dive into why he wrote this book, how tough it was to write it, the productivity practices he has put in place to aid him in running down his dream, his thoughts on social media, and much more.Relevant LinksRunning Down a Dream | AmazonThe War of Art by Steven Pressfield | AmazonStory Grid Podcast with Shawn Coyne and Tim GrahlFree Time is the Enemy of Progress | MediumThe Autofocus System | Mark ForsterWorld Domination SummitHow to Build a Capsule Wardrobe | Be More with LessTim Grahl's WebsiteTim Grahl on TwitterThanks for listening to the show and if you enjoy the podcast, please subscribe and rate/review the show. See you next episode!

48mins

7 Nov 2018

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Episode 411 - Tim Grahl - Publishing a Book

Robb Wolf - The Paleo Solution Podcast - Paleo diet, nutrition, fitness, and health

On Episode 411 of The Paleo Solution Podcast we have guest Tim Grahl. Tim is the author of Running Down a Dream and Your First 1000 Copies, and works with authors and creatives to help launch books (including my own, which he was a huge help with). Listen in as we talk all about the hows and whys of publishing a book.   Show Notes 00:46 – Summary/Pre-Intro 2:17 – How Tim got into publishing 5:52 – Why would someone publish a book? 10:17 – When does someone need an agent? 14:25 – Battling with publishers on changes 18:15 – Support from publishers 20:50 – Experience with The Paleo Solution book 22:40 – Writing a book for your business 25:13 – Cost of doing a professional book 29:18 – Publishing as a service, royalties, and 32:50 – Obscurity, passing the threshold, and pluses and minuses of releasing serial content 43:19 – Free plus shipping 45:10 – What is your goal with writing a book? 48:50 – Having a platform 50:44 – Tim’s book Running Down a Dream 57:21 – If it’s hard it’s because you’re doing it right 1:02:03 – Where to find Tim Websites: BookLaunch.com RunningDownADream.com Book: Running Down a Dream

1hr 6mins

25 Sep 2018

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