We had Angela here about a year ago (see How to Write an E-Book in 30 Days with Angela England). I attempted to conduct the interview from a Cafe in Costa Rica with a less than stellar internet connection. So I decided to recap some of the things we talked about in our first interview before we got into the details of her book.
Here are a few of the highlights from our most recent chat:
- Some Key Insights into Making Intelligent Career Transitions
- Separating Your Income Into “Bill Pay” and “Pizza”
- An In-Depth Look Into Angela’s Previous Background
- Connecting the Skills You’ve Developed in the Past to Your Entrepreneurial Efforts
- Creating the Untrained Housewife Brand – and the Vision Behind It
- Why Finding Something You’re Dissatisfied with Is Key to Community
- How to Get Hands-On Experience with Your Areas of Interest
- Knowing When You’ve Found the Right Path
- How Angela’s E-Book Generates 5 Figures Every Month
- How a Product Can Lead to People Hiring You
- Why Larger Bodies of Work Are Essential to Getting the Attention of Publishers
- How to Make Connections with Potential Clients - Organically
- The Key to Identifying Topics that Lead to Profitable Products
- Why You Can’t Wait for the Perfect Moment to Write
- The Power of Going Analog In a Digital World
- What Goes Into a Bio for Publishers
Tweetable Insights Include:
- No one is a success their first time out (Click to Tweet)
- Be willing to fail at what you love in order to achieve future success (Click to Tweet)
- In order to be successful you have to get through that not easy place
Angela England is a stay-at-home mother, freelance writer, editor, blogger, massage therapist, doula, and gardener. She is the founder of Untrained Housewife and Home Chat. You can follow her on twitter @AngEngland.
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