The 7-Hour Book, Nick Raithel
We often talk about building a life and business you love. Let’s focus in on the business part.
To invest well in your business and build it into a self-sustaining, cash-flow producing asset, you need people to serve.
To do that, you want to stand out and attract the right clients who you can help. Then give them the steps to take action in working with you. This is the sole purpose of your marketing strategy.
One element or tactic is writing a book, earning you the acclaimed title of “author,” and ratcheting up your credibility factor.
Where Your Marketing Strategy Fits into the Cash Flow System
Writing a book as part of your business marketing strategy to build your business is just one part of a bigger journey to financial freedom.
Our 3-step Entrepreneur’s Cash Flow System first helps you keep more of the money you make. We do this through tax planning, debt restructuring, cash flow awareness, and alternative savings strategies. This step frees up and increases your cash flow, so you have more to invest.
Then, we help you protect your money with insurance, legal protection, and privatized banking.
Finally, you’ll put your money to work and get it to make more. You increase your cash flow by investing in cash-flowing assets like your business and real estate to build time and money freedom and leave a rich legacy.
Who Is Nick Raithel?
Nick Raithel is the creator of the 7-Hour Book. This proven system allows any entrepreneur to write their own professionally-published book while spending only 7 hours of their time on it.
With the 7-Hour Book, Nick Raithel is on a mission to help entrepreneurs and others in business finally get the recognition they deserve. Time and again, he’s seen those in nearly every community who have incredible stories and knowledge to share. A book may be the ultimate way for them to share their insights and, in doing so, increase their cash flow. Yet the issue always seems to be that no one has any time.
Seeing this, Nick Raithel combined advanced time management strategies with his own experiences in publishing and marketing. The result was The 7-Hour Book, a service that’s been delighting clients ever since.
- How authoring a book gives you a platform to stand head and shoulders above your competitors and gives you a business card that people won’t throw away.
- How to decide if writing a book is the best tactic in your marketing strategy.
- The two things you need to have in place before deciding to write a book.
- How The 7-Hour Book helps you create a finished product from idea to published book.
- The Nick Raithel process includes structuring, guided interviews, book creation, formatting, and design.
- How numbers in your title tend to be easier to organize, stretch ideas across, and connect the dots between.
- What best-seller ratings actually mean and why they aren’t as important as you think.
- Why you need marketers, not copywriters, ghostwriters, or English majors on your book-writing team.
- Nick Raithel’s podcast, 7 Rules for Real Estate Investing.
Connect with Nick Raithel to Write Your 7-Hour Book
If you’ve decided that writing a book makes sense in your marketing strategy and you’d like to connect with Nick Raithel to write your book, learn more about how The 7-Hour Book can help you. When you’re ready, fill out the contact form to start a conversation.
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Do you want to begin building capital, putting it to work, and accelerating financial freedom? To find out the one thing you should be doing to increase your cash flow by keeping more of the money you make, book a Strategy Call with us today.
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