Getting your hands on quality, actionable information should be pricey. It should be accessible and not be a road block to you achieving what you want out of life. What you need (and what Lise provides) are tips and tricks to get your ‘side hustle’ up and running so that you can do what you love… and start your new and successful freelancing business the right way.
Lise writes her books for time-poor entrepreneurs and new freelancers looking for actionable information to help them move forward in their business, whether they are just starting out or need help moving forward.
What separates Lise from other digital publishers is her no-nonsense ‘voice’ that speaks to you as if she was sitting down having a coffee right there with you. She never promises anything unachievable and always delivers step-by-step plans and strategies that allow you to implement things quickly.
In her spare time, Lise LOVES to buy shoes, travel, read, and stalk people on Twitter and Facebook.
Her favorite saying is “Thoughts become things… so choose the good ones!” by Mike Dooley.
She is optimistically positive and drives her Australian husband insane with her nutty ideas and ‘glass half full’ outlook on life…
What inspires you to write?
The fact that writing allows me to work from home, and focus on topics I’m passionate about.
Tell us about your writing process.
I am a definite outliner, as I write mainly non-fiction. I’m about to embark on a fiction series of books, co-authoring with another writer. I’m not sure how that will go, but I’d definitely like to outline that too. It helps me ‘see’ the book and the direction it’s going to take, with flexibility to change as needed.
What advice would you give other writers?
Write everyday, no matter what that is, whether it’s a blog post, something in your book or just a diary entry, it’s important to keep your writing muscle active.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I self-published because I had seen so many others successfully doing so. Plus, I like to be in control of when I put something on sale, and I like to keep the majority of the commission!
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I think the landscape is going to change quite quickly, with a lot of hybrid publishing companies developing. Self-publishing is going to take off even more.
What do you use?: Professional Editor, Professional Cover Designer, Beta Readers
What genres do you write?: Health & Fitness, Self-Help, Entrepreneurial, Outsourcing
What formats are your books in?: Both eBook and Print