Being an entrepreneur, in many ways, is about having “guts” and stepping outside of your comfort zone. Most successful entrepreneurs realize this early on and use it to their advantage.
Sonia Marsh, my guest today, is an independent author who has definitely lived a “gutsy” life. It all began when she and her family uprooted their lives to live in a hut in Central America. This eventually led to her own self-published book, which helped propel her business to where she also does coaching, speaking, and participates in other events.
In this interview, Sonia not only tells us about her adventurous journey, but she also offers some great advice on how “author entrepreneurs” should market/promote their books, and gives some invaluable tips on stepping outside of your “comfort zone.” I definitely learned a lot here.