to Your INFLUENCE
ure you’ve thought about it—having
the credit of “best-selling” author
accompany your name. Taking your
influence beyond the stage, shaping your
message into your brand, and positioning
yourself as the go-to guru for your topic.
Becoming a published speaker is a logical
next step for growing your business, gaining
a competitive advantage, creating new
opportunities, and even commanding higher
fees. However, while many aspiring authors
know this is an advantageous next step, they
can’t help but get tripped up by the publishing
“Today’s prospective authors face new barriers,
critical decisions, and a completely different
publishing landscape than years past,” explains
Leanne Harvey, director of marketing for
Entrepreneur Press, publisher and premium
sponsor of NSA. “Many aspiring authors have
put their plans on hold because they just aren’t
sure how to proceed—should they seek out
or hold out for a traditional publisher? Is self-
publishing the right solution for them?”
NSA presents the Down-and-Dirty Publishing Q&A with Entrepreneur Press, publisher
and premium sponsor of NSA.
Join Entrepreneur Press on Sunday for a box lunch presentation at Influence ’ 11. Get answers to
the publishing questions you’re asking and even the questions you don’t know to ask.
Entrepreneur Press, the book publishing arm of Entrepreneur Media Inc., brings to the table more
than 30 years of publishing and media expertise and offers both traditional and hybrid publishing
models. As the official publisher for NSA, Entrepreneur Press is proud to provide NSA members
with valuable information on the publishing process, solutions to overcome potential barriers, and
opportunities to move their publishing projects forward.
In addition to the Down-and-Dirty Publishing Q&A, Entrepreneur Press is also accepting
appointments to talk publishing at their exhibitor booth. If you have publishing questions or a
business book to discuss, email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.