Have you ever wanted to write a book? Have you ever considered what makes some people successful and others not?
Today on the Ellory Wells Show, you'll Matthew Turner, author of The Successful Mistake, share what he learned about failure from talking to over 150 entrepreneurs from around the globe. He'll share how your greatest failure could be the thing that takes you to the next level. I know you'll love this coaching call, so stick around!
In this episode you'll hear about:
- Matt's story
- Matt's definition of success and how failure plays a part
- The roadmap to a book launch
- Michael Porter
- The strategy of giving away products for free
- Book giveaways
- Read: The Successful Mistake
- Read: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
- Read: Matt's Fiction Books at Turndog.co/books
- Visit: Matt's Website: Turndog.co
- Listen: The Successful Mistake Show
- Read: The Exit Strategy by Ellory Wells
- Wave Apps Accounting Software
- Anker PowerCore Edge 20,000mAh Mobile Power Unit
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