Jacqui Pretty is the Founder and Head Editor of Grammar Factory, a writing, editing and coaching company that helps entrepreneurs write awesome books.
She has worked with over 100 authors across a range of industries – including business, finance, health and wellness, travel and immigration, marketing, property, hospitality, law, photography, personal development and more.
Her clients have become Amazon bestsellers, been featured on national television, landed paid speaking engagements and doubled their revenue. In short, she has witnessed first-hand the power of publishing to transform a business.
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"Oh, I just want what we all want: a comfortable couch, a nice beverage, a weekend of no distractions and a book that will stop time, lift me out of my quotidian existence and alter my thinking forever." - Elizabeth Gilbert
Has writing a book always been on your to do list, but something keeps holding you back? Perhaps your biggest barrier isn’t what you think …
We’ve all heard that publishing content on our blogs is great for business, but how exactly is content marketing great? And is there any kind of content we shouldn’t publish? Jacqui Pretty breaks it down here.
Publishing for entrepreneurs is more popular than ever, but what most don’t realise is that a book isn’t a viable income stream. So how you can better leverage your book for your business?
Everyone wants their small business to be successful, but what happens when you get what you wish for? Success needs to be managed carefully, otherwise it could lead to burnout.