Today on the show we welcome Nick Raithel. Nick is the creator of the 7-Hour Book, a proven system allowing any real estate investor to get their own professionally published book while spending only seven hours of their time on it. Publishing your own book can help you to finally get the recognition you deserve and gain the credibility to do bigger real estate investment deals.
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But how do we find the time, what do we write about, and how do we build up the self-confidence to refine and share our ideas? In this episode, Nick shares with us the benefit of publishing your own book and how to find out whether this is the right marketing avenue for you. From formulating your ideas, editing, and marketing, Nick walks us through all the steps of his 7-Hour Book system. For all those investors who are building their brand and would like a book with their name on it, this is the episode to help you finally get your ideas out of your head and onto the page.
Key Points from This Episode:
- Learn more about the 7-Hour Book system that allows any syndicator to publish their ideas.
- How having a published book helps to establish your footprint in the market as a syndicator.
- Discover how having a book can be beneficial to those in multifamily syndication specifically.
- Why you need to figure out whether publishing a book is the best marketing channel for you.
- How long does your book really need to be? Top tips for passing Nick’s “laugh test.”
- How to decide what to write about by breaking down your topics into a set of principles.
- Establishing your investing philosophy and learning to write down how you approach deals.
- Why one of the biggest challenges people face when writing their book is self-belief.
- Nick walks us through the seven-hour editing process to getting your book finalized.
- How to achieve “bestseller” status without having to write a John Grisham novel.
- How to know whether to sell your book, give it away, or go the Audible route.
- The value of time-blocking, deadlines, and having faith in your own ideas and capability.
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About Agostino Pintus
Nick Raithel is the creator of the 7-Hour Book. This proven system allows any real estate investor to get their own professionally published book while spending only 7 hours of their time on it. With the 7-Hour Book, Nick is on a mission to help investors and others in real estate finally get the recognition they deserve. Time and again, he’s seen those in nearly every community who have incredible stories and knowledge to share. A book is the ultimate way for them to share their insights and, in doing so, gain the credibility to do bigger REI deals. Yet the issue always seems to be that no one has any time. Seeing this, Nick combined advanced time management strategies with his own experiences in publishing and marketing. The result was the 7-Hour Book, a service that’s been delighting clients ever since.
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