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About the Show
Make no mistake; if you’re an author, you’re an entrepreneur. You’re selling the world on your book, aren’t you? Of course, it’s not as easy as launching a business and then tossing any old book up on Amazon. That’s why Entrepreneur Publishing Academy teaches entrepreneurs to publish books on the specific topic and in the specific way that will launch or grow their businesses.
The show has been released every week for the past five years and has, in its various incarnations, featured everyone from Marc Maron and Moby to Chris Voss, Jay Abraham, Lori Gottlieb, Adam Carolla, Georgia Hardstark and Lewis Howes.
It's a combination of solo question-and-answer episodes, play-by-play breakdowns of how the experts launch their books and interviews with best-selling authors, entrepreneurs and publishing insiders. It has had over 950,000 downloads, regularly appears on the top 100 career podcast list and is actually funny. Not David Sedaris funny but still funny.
About Anna David
Anna David is one of the world's leading experts on how entrepreneurs can build a business from a book. A New York Times bestselling author of eight books, she's also the founder of Legacy Launch Pad Publishing and three-time TEDx speaker who has appeared on Good Morning America, Today Show, The Talk and dozens of other programs. Her first novel, Party Girl, is in development as a feature film by the producer of Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman. She's the on-air book critic for KATU.
Through Legacy Launch Pad, she has overseen numerous books that have become Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestsellers—books which have helped her clients add six figures to their bottom line, sell their book rights to film producers and appear on shows like Today and Good Morning America as well as attract higher-quality clients, land speaking gigs and grow into being the leaders in their field.