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Evan Hackel is a visionary businessperson who has translated his values of cooperation and employment involvement in decision-making into three books, including a book bought by a publisher and a self-published one.

A man with a philosophy of giving, he had no trouble asking many people to read and critique his work, and this has resulted in great success.

This episode of Writing to Get Business Podcast will get you thinking about getting reviewers and more…

● “A book springs keynotes, it springs articles, the content can be repurposed a million times.”

● “Beware of high level dumb.”

● “People are motivated either by fear or vision.”

● “What is the statement that you want to make to this world?”

● “What I love about my books is I really feel like I’ve created something that will live past me.”

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Your Presenter:

Evan Hackel, the creator of the Ingaged Leadership concept and brand, is a thought leader in the fields of leadership and success. He has published the book ingaging Leadership that authored more than 100 articles for various magazines around leadership concepts.

Evan is founder and principal of Ingage Consulting, a consulting firm focused on improving the performance of franchises by improving the relationship between franchisees and the franchisor. By creating a culture of partnership and common purpose, Ingage Consulting is able to help franchises dramatically improve their performance. He has helped hundreds of franchise organizations make major systemwide changes and build franchisee “ingagement,” teamwork, and focused growth, resulting in increased profitability and achieved success.

Get in touch with Evan at this link