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How To Make $2001 Publishing Your FIRST Ever Book! With Gregory Diehl

Zbooks Successful Authors Podcast

Launching Brand Identity, with Gregory Diehl. This is one of my favorite authors and one of my FAVORITE books. Holding true to the "Digital Nomad" existance, I interview Gregory Diehl in Morrocco. With the evening prayer blaring in the background from some UNKNOWN source in the highest (the Atlas mountains) mountains of North Africa, you can't help but imagine Humphry and Bacall, or Tim Ferris on the wing in some exotic land! Excerpts from the interview: How big was your existing audience? On a professional level, very small. I had a lot of clients I had worked with a lot of clients before in various aspects of sales and branding, so I reached out to them to help me refine the book and spread the word. They are the ones who ended up as case studies in the book. I also had a fairly large network of personal connections who didn’t necessarily care about the business subject matter of the book, but liked way of thinking and my take on things. They became some of my beta readers and early reviewers. How did you build your audience before launch? My strength has always been cold outreach and direct conversation. I spent a lot of time on forums and in book groups on Facebook just reaching out to let people know what I was planning on doing with the book, which contributed to a lot of 99-cent presales and initial buzz when it launched. It was really encouraging to see the early readers start chiming in of their own accord to say glowing things about the book to back up my own claims. What are the steps you used to launch? I understood two very important things: The book needed to be good I needed to generate immediate social proof that it was good. I tried to accomplish both of these things at the same time by working with as many beta readers as possible to help me refine the rough draft, and most of them agreed to download the book on the day of launch when it was free and leave a “verified purchase” review. In addition, I used some services that allow you to reach out to potential reviewers and send them advance copies of your book in exchange for an honest review. As of now, about 2.5 months after launch. I have 84 reviews, with an average 4.8-star rating. You used the pre-sale method - did that hurt or help you on launch day? It’s hard to say, since I have not tried the alternative, but my book did hit the #1 spot in Public Relations even in the preorder stage. I think having it up there for months before actual launch probably helped gain a lot of exposure from Amazon’s regular browsers. I plan to do the same again, but maybe only a month of preorder this time with the travel book. Have you noticed? There are no commercials or advertisements on this podcast! Please help keep the podcast free from annoying advertisements! Become a SUPREME MEMBER of this Podcast for as low as ONE dollar :-) https://gumroad.com/l/zbooks   Learn Selfpublishing the right way - get my new book while it's still FREE! http://bit.ly/get-the-Power 

47mins

21 Nov 2019

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Interview with Gregory Diehl

Tribe Shift

My guest today is Gregory Diehl Gregory is the author of two Amazon bestsellers: Brand Identity Breakthrough and Travel as Transformation. His podcast, Uncomfortable Conversations with Gregory, taps into the core of people’s conceptions of self.  He helps entrepreneurs prepare complex value messages across many mediums, and offers unconventional lifestyle coaching and brand identity consultancy for impassioned individuals. In this interview, we about how to craft your company's unique story to make your products irresistible. https://www.gregorydiehl.net

32mins

11 May 2019

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ITT 180: Meaningful Writing, Meaningful Work, and Living a Meaningful Life with Gregory Diehl

In The Trenches

Gregory Diehl has always understood the importance of universal ideals. Though he was raised in California, he soon embarked on a journey of global quest for learning, self-discovery, entrepreneurship, and inquiry. Since then, Gregory has lived and worked in 48 countries and continues to use his experiences to help others along the path of self-fulfillment through exploration. Gregory is the author of two Amazon bestsellers: Brand Identity Breakthrough and Travel as Transformation. His podcast, Uncomfortable Conversations with Gregory, taps into the core of people’s conceptions of self. He helps entrepreneurs prepare complex value messages across many mediums, and offers unconventional lifestyle coaching and brand identity consultancy for impassioned individuals. I brought Gregory on today because he’s working on two new books, both of which I thought would be interesting to touch on. During this episode, we talk about writing and publishing and how to create meaningful books with meaningful ideas. Our conversation ends up going in the direction of meaning and how to live a meaningful life. My big takeaway from today’s conversation is that we all need principles and values to live by. We cannot navigate this world without a set of principles that guide us in the direction we want to go.  In this broadcast, Gregory and I talk about: Gregory’s origin story (what he’s done leading up to what he’s doing today) How are targeted meaningful conversations defined Why you should focus on getting your work in front of the right people How to approach controversial topics in the public eye The complexity of story typical hero archetypes How does the hero journey in stories directly relate to how we feel in real life In what ways does society act against individuals sharing their ideas or core principles What are the critical principles that guide us unconsciously What does a heroic exceptional person do Why you should think before you give something a sense of importance in your life The importance of getting to the bottom of all of the little things that you do  How to Connect with Gregory: The Influential Author Gregory’s other books on Amazon gregorydiehl.net identitypublications.com  Get the Latest Broadcasts of In The Trenches Subscribe to In The Trenches on iTunes  How You Can Support In The Trenches Did you enjoy today's broadcast of In The Trenches? Please click here to leave an honest rating and review on iTunes. Your review helps me spread the word of this podcast, which allows me to line up amazing guests and continue to produce this podcast ad-free. Thanks so much in advance for your support.

51mins

19 Apr 2019

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Live with Gregory Diehl! #Sunday #Chat from Cold Germany (Eric Z) to the warm Philippines (Gregory Diehl)

Zbooks Successful Authors Podcast

Live with Gregory Diehl! Join us in this #Sunday #Chat from Cold Germany (Eric Z) to the warm Philippines (Gregory Diehl) as we talk about what it takes to be an #INFLUENTIAL #AUTHOR. Listen in as Gregory goes over his #SEVEN #steps! Get my new book! http://zbooks.gr8.com/

36mins

18 Feb 2019

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056: Independently Publishing Books That Matter - Gregory Diehl

The Expat Money Show - With Mikkel Thorup

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work with an independent publisher? Here are some of the ideas we talk about in this interview with Gregory Diehl. Is it difficult What do they require? What if I have something to say but don't know how to put in down on paper Where do I begin..and end? And everything in between Interview with Gregory DiehlIn this interview with Gregory Diehl, we talk in-depth about his own writings. The books he has self-published and what he has learned along the way. Gregory Diehl has certain things he wants to teach you, the budding author like how to work with an independent publisher. Also in this interview with Gregory Diehl, we discuss how important writing a book can be for your future as an entrepreneur. What it can do for your branding and your authority.How Can I Write and Publish A BookIn this interview with Gregory Diehl, we talk a lot, and I mean a lot about how to write and publish a book. What is needed, what is not important and if you're cut out to write and publish a book.I know that for many of you listening to our podcast, you've always wanted to write and publish a book. You have so many great ideas, and you're sure that if you could put it on paper, someone would buy.And I can only assume that for many of you that can come true. But where do you start? What do you need to do? What is a waste of time? In this interview with Gregory Diehl and Mikkel Thorup, all of that is covered and more.Are book Reviews Important?What a great question Mikkel Thorup asks Gregory Diehl. Are book reviews important? and why? Why is it so important to get book reviews especially as a new author. You may ask 'are they difficult to do' or 'do they take a lot of time'? Gregory explains it all, so don't miss this amazing episode.Mikkel talks about his experience with book reviews and why he believes they are so darn important. He tells us that when he wrote and published his new book Expat Secrets that he sent copies to some of his most trusted mentors and asked them for an honest review to be published on Amazon.How Can Travel Change Your LifeThen, as this interview with Gregory Diehl starts to unwind, they discuss Mikkel Thorup's favourite subject...travel, and how travel can change your life. Gregory is 30 years old and has visited 56 countries, which is unbelievable. Mikkel has been to more than 100 so they had so much to discuss. They discuss how it has shaped their lives in such a good way. Travel is not always about just the positive aspects but also about the negative things that can happen while you are away from your home country. The language barrier, the food differences, the water...the list is quite extensive.Don't miss this interview with Gregory Diehl. He has some fascinating stories to tell and I know you'll be genuinely interested in hearing them all.How to reach Gregory Diehl www.identitypublications.comcontact@identitypublications.comFacebook: Gregory V DiehlPick up Gregory Diehl's newest book: The Influential Author: How and Why to Write, Publish, and Sell Nonfiction Books that MatterI hope you got as much value from this interview with Gregory Diehl as I did… and if you would like to stay up to date with all the new content that comes out at The Expat Money Show make sure you sign up below for our newsletter; EMS Pulse. – my behind the scene daily correspondence where I give you all the intel as I travel the world and build my business, develop key relationships and invest in non-traditional investments overseas (very profitably I might add!)

1hr 5mins

14 Dec 2018

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The Influential Author with Gregory Diehl and Eric Z

Zbooks Successful Authors Podcast

How do you become an Influential Author?Gregory Diehl has traveled more countries than Tim Ferriss AND has been dominating the Business Categories of Amazon.com for over 1 year.Listen in as Eric Z gets the full report from our Traveling Influential Author!

50mins

6 Dec 2018

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425: How To Be Influential With Your Story & Why Travel Can Change You For The Better With Gregory Diehl

As Told By Nomads

Today's interview is with Gregory V. Diehl. From an early age, Gregory understood the importance of universal ideals. He has lived and worked in over 35 countries so far, offering straightforward solutions to seekers of honest advice and compassionate support in the development of their identities. We discuss his latest book, The Influential Author: How and Why to Write, Publish, and Sell Nonfiction Books that Matter, how travel can transform you and how to find your brand identity.Resources Mentioned In The EpisodeMasterclass: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-year-of-your-voice-tickets-52143804523The Influential Author: How and Why to Write, Publish, and Sell Nonfiction Books that MatterBrand Identity Breakthrough: How to Craft Your Company's Unique Story to Make Your Products IrresistibleTravel As Transformation: Conquer the Limits of Culture to Discover Your Own IdentityU.S. Taxes For Worldly Americans: The Traveling Expat's Guide to Living, Working, and Staying Tax Compliant AbroadGregory's FacebookIdentity PublicationsSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

43mins

4 Dec 2018

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420: Gregory Diehl- You Are Your Brand

The Self-Employed Life

One of the most important things you can do in this world is discover your purpose. It’s really heartbreaking when an entrepreneur spends decades building a business that’s something they don’t care about. They start to feel burned out, and are too scared to try anything else because they’ve become dependant on the income that’s been created. The good news is, you can start making sure your business’ purpose lines up with your personal purpose at any time: and the sooner the better. You do that through brand identity. This is where you explore exactly what your business is and how you communicate it to your target consumer.By knowing what you stand for, and what your company is all about allows you to make the changes you may feel are necessary. And don’t be afraid of change. It’s important in every business. The world is constantly changing, and any business that’s been around for decades has had to make changes to fit into this constantly evolving world. On this episode of Creative Warriors, I am joined by branding expert Gregory Diehl. Gregory Diehl is the author of multiple Amazon best-selling books on identity development for businesses and individuals. He is also the founder of Identity Publications, an organization that produces and publishes meaningful books containing ideas that matter. Download this episode today to learn how you can find purpose in your business that will make your personal life feel fulfilled. WARRIOR OF DETERMINATION   “The last thing you want is to find success in something you don’t actually care about.” -Gregory Diehl Highlights - The point of brand identity is for people to know if they love you or hate you. You need to know what you are trying to communicate right away. There’s not only a personal purpose, but also a purpose in your business. Ask what changes you need to make to maintain your success. You can turn something you don’t care about into something you care about. Be the kind of person who works towards mastery of their environment. We make decisions, not based on reality, but based on the stories of how we see things. Know the stories happening in the minds of your customers. Empathy is the bridge between two stories. The role of a business is to trade something of value for something of higher value. Your customers are looking for an increase in happiness and value according to their perspectives. Break through your limitations on how big your brand can be. Don’t assume there is only so much you can do. Guest Contact - Gregory’s Website Gregory’s Twitter Gregory’s Facebook Gregory’s Book Gregory’s Brand Identity Breakthrough Report Contact Jeffrey - Website Coaching support My book, LINGO: Discover Your Ideal Customer's Secret Language and Make Your Business Irresistible is now available! Watch my TEDX LincolnSquare video and please share!  Resources - 12 Must-Have Mindsets for Uncommon Entrepreneurs! A FREE tool for Creative Warriors to help you get clear on the ways you need to think differently to get the results you want. We've been handed a whole bunch of malarky about who we are and how business works that simply doesn't work for us. It's time to set it straight! This tool will give you the insights you need to think your way to success as a Creative Warrior and keep you on track. Check out the Creative Warriors RESOURCE page! A collection of the best companies, hand-selected, to help you succeed! You'll find vendors, services, products, and programs to help you Create, Serve, and Be Prosperous! All these companies have been used and approved by Jeffrey and most are used every day in his business. Music by Jawn Affiliate Links: Disclosure of Material Connection: Some of the links in the post above are “affiliate links”. This means that if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. Regardless, I only recommend products and services I use personally and believe will add value to my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

44mins

8 Aug 2018

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#117 Travel As Transformation: Conquer the Limits of Culture to Discover Your Own Identity with Gregory Diehl

Live Different Podcast

Gregory Diehl has understood the importance of universal ideas from a young age. Though he was raised in California, he soon embarked on a journey of global quest for learning, self-discovery, entrepreneurship, and inquiry. Since then, Gregory has lived and worked in 48 countries and continues to use his experiences to help others along the path of self-fulfillment through exploration. He helps entrepreneurs prepare complex value messages across many mediums, and offers unconventional lifestyle coaching and brand identity consultancy for impassioned individuals. In his free time, gregory kidnaps felinse from streets around the world and bathes them in his sink before passing them along to strangers. Today’s episode is all about personal evolution, reverse culture shock, and loneliness when traveling. Gregory shares how he learned which relationships in his life were truly meaningful, how to get multiple passports/residencies, and how to create sustainable happiness. He leaves listeners with the advice about stepping out of your comfort zone, “Learn to ignore that part of you that insists on panicking when that happens.” Get the full shownotes on the Under30Experiences Blog. 

1hr 4mins

19 Jul 2018

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Traveling as a Transformation – How Living Abroad Changes Your Mindset with Gregory Diehl

Global From Asia Podcast

GFA195. Are you one of those people who love to travel or how it is like living abroad? This episode will bring you insights about different viewpoints, different cultures and somewhat holistic picture - a transformation that will happen to you when you travel. Keep an open mind - this is critical to succeed in international business. Greg Diehl is on the show to give us some unique viewpoints and things to ponder. For full show notes, check out GlobalFromAsia.com/episode195. The post Traveling as a Transformation – How Living Abroad Changes Your Mindset with Gregory Diehl appeared first on Global From Asia.

3 Oct 2017

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