A Book is the New Business Card


A book is the new Business Card!


• Barbara J. Cormack AFC, AFM
• Dawn Campbell AMC
Writing your own book or joining a group of other authors to co-author your own book gives you the opportunity to promote yourself in a way which is unique.
Imagine handing to a prospective client a book in which you have shared your knowledge, demonstrated your experience, and maybe given away some hints and tips about the skills, tools, and techniques you use with your clients. It’s a unique way of encouraging them to work with you so that they can benefit from your skills as a mentor or coach.


Barbara J. Cormack is an author of three books with another two to be published this year and a co-author of five books.
Dawn Campbell is an author of one book with more to be published this year, a co-author of four books, and an Editor of a co-authoring range of books.

Both Barbara and Dawn are recognised as two of the leading coaches, mentors, and authors who would like to share with you their secrets of promoting yourself through your writing.


9th  March, 2015
4pm UK time


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9th March, 2015
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