About Hugh B Sanders:
Hugh B. Sanders was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma and has lived in the San Gabriel Valley of Southern California for twenty years. He has been married to Rosemary Sanders for forty-six years and has three children and three grand-children.
He is an award winning speaker who has been involved in the study of self-improvement, sales techniques, and success training for over thirty years.
He has won production awards from every company he has been associated with. The author has conducted training classes and motivational seminars across the country.
His first book was, “The Subconscious Diet; It’s Not What You Put in Your Mouth; It is What You Put in Your Mind!” (It has been revised and re-named, It Really Is All In Your Head – Weight Loss in 7 Steps).
I wrote this book because in my years of acting as a sales trainer for a large number of new agents, I met many good, smart people, who were unable to accomplish their goals because of inhibitions do to their weight. Many of these ambitious people had difficulty meeting their clients in a face-to-face basis.
Some of the major firms the author has been associated with as Top Salesman, Office Manager, Regional Manager, Sales Trainer, and Motivational speaker are, Marcus & Millichap Investment, Trace Miller / American Airlines, Avis, Washington Mutual Bank and Countrywide Home Loan.
What inspires you to write?
My goal in writing this book and a number of other eBooks and articles that contain “The Rest Of The Story” is to make your life easier by giving you the missing pieces and parts of why (for example) Diets don’t work and how a lifestyle change will help you lose weight finally and permanently.
Tell us about your writing process.
I spend a lot of time researching on the web. That seems to stimulate ideas that I put down on a MS word page, I use word because I can easily go back and insert new ideas and generally rearrange the text the way I feel is best.
What advice would you give other writers?
Just start writing and research as you go along.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
My first print book, The Subconscious Diet, was difficult to pull together. It is so much easier to distribute through Kindle and Smashwords.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
There is no question in my mind that eBooks are the future.
What genres do you write?: Non-fiction
What formats are your books in?: eBook
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