When I first heard about Jeanne Kelly I was immediately drawn to her. I thought to myself, “this is an amazing woman who didn’t let anything get in her way.”
Jeanne had to overcome not only the end of a marriage but also a bad credit score which meant it was hard for her to get an apartment.
Like any mom on a mission, she figured out what she needed to do to build a better financial future for herself and her famil.
Once she discovered the right steps to take she decided to help others.
You are going to totally enjoy this author interview with Jeanne Kelly who is the author of The 90 Day Credit Challenge.
Due to the internet connection, the video might freeze in a few places, but it does come back and it does not affect the audio.
Did you notice what Jean said about the benefits or writing a book?
We are only one person, but when you write a book, you can affect the lives of many.
Your book should help people get real results.
Having a writing schedule will help you stay on track. You don’t want to look back and say you’ve been writing your book for the past ten years!
Do it and get it done. It doesn’t have to be perfect.
That’s why you have revised versions of a book.
Jeanne mentioned that writing her book brought about speaking engagements.
I’ve had the same thing happen. People will ask me to speak to their groups on my area of expertise.
I could totally relate to the way Jeanne wrote her book because like myself she felt it was important to write the book in terms people could understand.
Your first book is always your hardest to write.
I loved this quote from Jeanne: “Make your book your opinion.” Not everyone is going to like your book. You are not going to be able to please everyone, but that’s okay. It’s your book, your opinion, your experience.
Make sure you have an editor to go over your book’s manuscript. You’d be surprised at the spelling and or punctuation errors you miss. You need that other set of eyes.
Jeanne and I both agreed that many people love a physical book. In my opinion, it’s super easy to download a Kindle book but then out of site out of mind.
When you have a physical version of a book sitting on your nightstand or on your coffee table you are more apt to read it.
When writing your book keep a binder for ideas. Even if your book doesn’t contain those thoughts, it could be the basis for a new book!
Writing your book opens the way to creating and selling online courses.
My book is the reason I created my online learning center: http://thesecretstomarketingsuccess.com
I had such a great time getting to know Jeanne, and I hope you did too.
Make sure you check out her website: https://www.jeannekellyacademy.com/
Until next time.
Be Savvy and Successful!