How to Make Money From Your Book Without Selling a Single Copy

Even if you don't become a bestseller, you can still find success with your book.

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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Greg Rollett wants to talk about books. Specifically, Rollett explains how writing a book can help you get more business. Sure, you might hope that your books sell millions of copies like Chicken Soup for the Soul author Jack Canfield, but that hope shouldn't be the reason you start writing in the first place.

Instead, Rollett suggests that you can use your book as a way to draw more people to your business and make revenue in that way. By writing a book and proving you are an authority, you can get more clients and increase interest in what you have to offer.

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