Audacious Entrepreneur on the Move

#005: Why a Launch Party is Critical

An episode of Audacious Entrepreneur on the Move

By Veronica Kirin
What is it like to create a book tour, be on tour for weeks, and move a business across the continent in the process? How does one build new marketing and sales strategies for both book and business in a new location? Follow Veronica Kirin, creator of Audacious Entrepreneurship™, behind the scenes as she shares the ins and outs of being an author and entrepreneur in the digital age.
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#009: Work, Life, and Purpose Balance
Is it dangerous to call our work something else? In this episode I unpack the argument that entrepreneurs don’t have work / life balance, but life / life balance. We need work. We need purpose. And I explain why I think the words we use around that are important.
October 15, 2019
#008: The Ethics of Passing the Buck
Is it OK to charge extra for certain processes within your company? How do you budget for this and manage it within your pricing structures? Today I pick a bone with certain companies that conduct what I think are unethical practices in this realm. Got an opinion, yourself? Find me on the socials: @vmkirin
October 10, 2019
#007: Out Of The Woods
***Listen on Anchor for full episode*** This episode gets personal about self-care, work life balance, and making regular pilgrimages in order to keep your perspective. There may be some triggering content in this episode, so if you are sensitive to others’ emotions, please be aware of that.
October 7, 2019
#006: Document and Share
Today’s social media world can seem full of fluff and a waste of time. But you as an entrepreneur, author, or change maker, are doing something totally unique and inspirational. You never know who is watching, so don’t be afraid to share your audacious moves. Find the next book signing here:
September 24, 2019
#005: Why a Launch Party is Critical
Every entrepreneur and author should host a launch party at least once in their career. Here is my experience with launch parties, from crowdfunding to book launch, and how they changed the game for what I was creating. My Kickstarter: My Kickstarter Guide: The news segment at my book launch party: The Bloomington, IN, signing: The Kinsey Institute:
September 18, 2019
#004: Entrepreneurial Authorship
Today’s authors must be thinking about their books as an entrepreneur would think about a product. In this episode I explain just how to reframe your thinking about your writing, how to identify your target market, how to market and engage your audience after your book is published, and more. --------- The map of my book tour: Listen to the Angles of Lattitude episode in which I met my publisher: My publisher: The article I wrote about Entrepreneurial Authorship: Margaret Atwood's accidental book release (and my comments as @vmkirin): Determine your Target Market guide:
September 13, 2019
#003: Building A Book Tour
Book tours have changed significantly as the publishing industry and book sellers have shifted. Amazon and self publishing effect every aspect of being an author today. But you can still have a book tour! In this episode I describe the different kinds of book tours, the way I’m going about mine, costs and income, publisher involvement, and more.
September 6, 2019
#002: Podcasting Tips
In this episode I share the research and plan I've created for creating a podcast from the road without a lot of bells and whistles.  This includes the tech, the editing, and the microphones. Audacious Entrepreneur on the Move is my fourth podcast!  Since my first podcast in 2016, Degrees of Separation, I have learned a lot about what works, and what doesn't.  Today I am the cohost of the Angles of Lattitude Podcast, and producer of the Stories of Elders Podcast which shares audio from the research for my book of the same name. Check out my podcasting course on Udemy: My podcast guide can be found on my website here:
September 3, 2019
#001: It's a Podcast!
After a whirlwind of preparation, this podcast is live.  Here's what I did for market research, both for the podcast and to find what works best to pitch locations for my book tour. Check out book tour dates here:
August 30, 2019
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