The Value of Uniqueness
Most people describe themselves as if they were a commodity, and not as a unique individual with years–even decades–of experience and success.
If you fail to describe yourself on your LinkedIn page, in your marketing materials, in your CV, or any other manner, in terms of your uniqueness, your income can stagnate, and your career will hit the wall. Fortunately, there is another way. New York Times best selling author, Michael Levin, can show you the language that describes you in all of your uniqueness, so that your high value is apparent to anyone that comes into contact with any of your marketing materials. It’s time to let the world know who you really are, and the extraordinary value you bring to the table. This talk is guaranteed to take your career and income to the next level!
How to Become a Business Author
When you are the author, you are the authority. Everyone knows that having a business book of your own sets you apart from the competition. Selling is easier and faster, because people are clamoring to get on your schedule, instead of the other way around. Career and income advancement are yours. But how do you write a book, and who has the time, anyway? New York Times best seller, Shark Tank contestant, and ghostwriter, Michael Levin, will show you a process for getting a book done and published within 90 days– without writing a single word! It sounds crazy, but it’s doable. Michael is responsible for almost 1,000 books over the course of his long ghostwriting career. He will show you how to make the dream of being a business author a reality, and in just 90 days!
In 30 years as a ghostwriter, Michael Levin has written, co-written, edited, ghosted, or published more than 750 books, of which 20 are legitimate national best sellers, two are New York Times best sellers, and one is an Amazon Kindle number one best-selling business book. He runs MichaelLevinWrites.com, a boutique ghostwriting firm.
In recent years, he has been a regular contributor to Forbes.com, Jerusalem Post, the New York Daily News, Huffington Post, and FoxNews.com, where many of his pieces have attracted more than one million readers.
Michael appeared on the first episode of Season Three of ABC’s Shark Tank, is a regular contributor to Huffington Post, and is most proud of having edited Zig Ziglar’s final book, Born To Win. He has appeared on BBC worldwide TV and radio, has been quoted in Inc. Magazine, and in Bloomberg Business.
He has taught writing at UCLA, New York University, around the country, and around the world.