Entrepreneurs: Get Published with the Las Vegas Convention Speakers Bureau
Robin Jay, President of the Las Vegas Convention Speakers Bureau (LVCSB.com), has announced a new opportunity for entrepreneurs, speakers, and authors. After publishing three successful anthologies for professional speakers, Jay is offering a unique publishing opportunity to help entrepreneurs get published quickly. The new anthology is, How I Did It: Entrepreneurs Share Their Keys to Success.
Recently, many employees have made the move to become entrepreneurs. More people are working remotely or from home than ever before. This is a tremendous opportunity for those who have discovered the keys to success to share their experience. In How I Did It, successful entrepreneurs, speakers, and business owners can offer the keys that helped them to thrive while working for themselves. By getting published, they will be able to inspire countless others. Jay says that by helping entrepreneurs get published along with authors, speakers, and self-help experts, they will empower a new class of business professionals.
Jay’s first anthology, The Power of the Platform, included three separate editions, including Speakers on Success, Speakers on Purpose, and Speakers on Life. The series featured chapters from some of today’s top thought leaders, including Brian Tracy, Jack Canfield, and Les Brown, along with other top speakers. Forewords included messages from well-known inspirational leaders, including Richard Bolles (What Color is Your Parachute), which Jay said helped her to change the course of her career. Also featured was Tanya Brown, sister of Nicole Brown Simpson, with a poignant story of her journey to peace of mind and subsequent success. Other notable speakers in the series included Keith Ferrazzi, Robin Sax, Dr. Tony Alessandra, Marcia Wieder, Dr. Nick Hall, Amanda Gore, and Jim Fannin.
Jay Has Also Written & Produced Award-winning Inspirational Films
Jay went on to write and produce three inspirational films, collectively known as “The Key Movies.” Her award-winning films became the first funny and entertaining inspirational films.
The Key Movies are hybrids that combine a fictional storyline and characters with cameos from some top self-help experts. She asked her colleagues Jack Canfield and Brian Tracy to star in the films, along with Dr. John Gray (Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus), Reverend Michael Beckwith, don Miguel Ruiz, Marci Shimoff (who is credited with having turned the Chicken Soup for the Soul books into the blockbuster series they are today), John Assaraf, and Dannion Brinkley, along with a tremendous cast of experts from around the world.
Most recently, Jay coauthored a memoir for a reality TV star. As she contemplated her next project, she reflected on the success of her earlier anthology series and her love for collaborating with several authors at once. That was how she landed upon a new anthology that would help today’s entrepreneurs benefit from the success of those who have already done what so many new entrepreneurs want to emulate. The coauthors who come together for How I Did It will stand to inspire and empower newer entrepreneurs by sharing their stories of success.
Opportunities for entrepreneurs to get published are limited. For information about How I Did It, or to contribute, please contact Robin at LVCSB.com.