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There are FIVE THINGS that prevent people from succeeding as an Authorpreneur. Here is #1

There are FIVE THINGS that prevent people from succeeding as an Authorpreneur. Here is #1
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I'm obsessed with Amazon's self-publishing platform, KDP. It's so POWERFUL (if you know how to use it).

I've written books that are sold through KDP and I've written books about KDP. I've also coached hundreds of people and helped them publish their first book.

So I know the struggles and the challenges. I know the limiting beliefs that prevent people from seeing the success that they know is possible.

There are FIVE REASONS that prevent people from moving forward and truly succeeding with KDP.

The FIRST ONE is that they think it's TOO HARD or they use the EXCUSE of not knowing how to do it.

That's fair, but you can certainly learn something new (just like everything else you've ever learned). And when you learn HARD THINGS, the reward and satisfaction is much greater than simply doing easy things.

I PROMISE that once you CREATE and UPLOAD your two files to KDP and become a published author, you'll sit back and realize that getting published was, "just as easy as Chris Green said it would be."

How do I know this? Because I've heard the SAME THING OVER AND OVER AGAIN from the people that I've coached..

And I get it. The first time that you do something new, it can seem like a daunting task. Especially something like writing an entire book.

But remember, the MINIMUM page count for a KDP book is only 24 pages. That's 12 pieces of paper. YOU CAN DO THIS!

And if you need help, you already have ACCESS to The Authorpreneur Blueprint AND the Authorpreneur Facebook Group! If you're stuck or have a question, JUST ASK!

If you haven't already joined the Facebook Group, you can do so here:


You can also read and watch the course content from The Authorpreneur Blueprint directly on Facebook by using the links in the Guides section of the Facebook Group.

If you have any trouble joining, just let me know and I'll be happy to help.

Questions? Just ask.