We are excited to announce our newest release, Borrowed Experience: How Working as a Loan Officer Made Me a Better Event Services Professional, an e-book by Stylehawk Event Services founder Cameron Ungar! In this e-book, Cameron identifies four core competencies he began developing early in his … Read more about San Diego Business Owner’s New E-Book Highlights a Unique Journey to Business Ownership
The word “founder” conjures up a strong image. Perhaps you think first of the founding fathers of the United States of America. Or some famous founders of large companies. Founders are so important to society because without them, there would be no great nations, great companies, great universities, … Read more about Here’s Why Founder Stories Matter
Now that we’re all settling into 2018, we are thrilled to announce an exciting change that has come with the new year. Maven Publishing has been acquired by Founder Nonfiction! This is great news for a couple of reasons. First and foremost, our authors will see no noticeable change. We’re the same … Read more about Founder Nonfiction Acquires Maven Publishing
We are so excited to announce that two of our recently published e-books have won Gold Awards at this year’s dotCOMM Awards! The dotCOMM Awards, one of the competitions administered by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP), honors “excellence in web creativity and … Read more about Maven-Published E-books Win Gold at 2017 dotCOMM Awards!
.... continued from Businessing Magazine ... My father has been a professor for the past 30+ years. He has taught at the Air Force Academy and at Georgetown University, and he has spent most of his career teaching high-ranking military officers at the National War College in Washington, D.C. … Read more about 3 Reasons You Need a Book if You’re a Public Speaker
Different Type of Book; Same Author-Focused Process: Maven Begins Working with Brian H. Rhen, People Development Pastor at Peninsula Covenant Church
At Maven, we’re typically known as small business book publishers. However, sometimes we are contacted by other types of professionals who aren’t business owners per se, but who whose projects fit our mission perfectly. That is the case with our newest author, Brian H. Rhen, People Development … Read more about Different Type of Book; Same Author-Focused Process: Maven Begins Working with Brian H. Rhen, People Development Pastor at Peninsula Covenant Church
This is a continuation of an article from Businessing Magazine. Read Part I. As a business owner, communication is a huge part of your job. Of course, you need to communicate effectively with customers for whom you’re doing work, but it doesn’t stop there. You also need to communicate well with … Read more about Connecting With Potential Clients Through Storytelling (continued)
The internet has created incredible opportunities for business owners, especially since the rise of social media. It has never been easier to get the word out about your business and to find your customers, both in your local area and around the nation, even around the world. Well… almost. The … Read more about Announcing Content Partnership with Businessing Magazine!
Many of the most successful small business owners we know embrace the DIY attitude and love gaining as many competencies as possible. Whether that attitude comes from a desire to cut costs, to maintain in-house control over a project, or even to pursue new skills purely out of a passion for … Read more about DIY Publishing for Your Business Book: Don’t Do It!
On Small Businesses and “Giving Back”: Coming Soon in Simple Business Advice by Modmacro CEO Matthew Smith
We’re excited for June 1! That’s when our latest collaboration project with Modmacro CEO Matthew Smith will be hitting Amazon and the other major online retailers. Titled Simple Business Advice, this book is a little different than any of the ones we’ve worked on in the past. Instead of diving deep … Read more about On Small Businesses and “Giving Back”: Coming Soon in Simple Business Advice by Modmacro CEO Matthew Smith
Do you ever use text messages to communicate with business contacts—either co-workers or clients? I sometimes do, especially if what I need to communicate is very simple and not urgent, but I know this is a controversial topic. There are plenty of business owners who believe texting has no place in … Read more about Is Texting Appropriate for Business Purposes?
The fifth and final article in our series, “Behind the Scenes of Writing a Business Book,” was just published in Businessing Magazine. This one is all about what to do with your business book after it has been completed. How do you share it with people? Do you need to embark on a massive and/or … Read more about Behind the Scenes of Writing a Business Book – Part 5