Dropping out of college as a sophomore, Chandler Bolt did not fit the status quo. Releasing his first coauthored book titled, ‘The Productive Person,’ Bolt found his new calling. This took him down a new path to authoring four books, relocating across country, and finding a new calling in helping others get their books self published. Here is a look at some of the best Chandler Bolt quotes to remember.
“Don’t be the person who misses out on opportunities in life because you take too long to accomplish your work tasks. Be the kind of person other people marvel at. Be the kind of person other people see and say, “I don’t know how they do it.” Be the kind of person who takes action and does so immediately.”
“Done is better than perfect.”
“Humble yourself, and ask them for help. They’ll give you tons of valuable info and save you from making the same mistakes.”
— John Negrete (@jomane1) December 6, 2015
“I was just 20 years old when I wrote my first book, which became a bestseller that brought in tens of thousands of dollars in a few short months.”
“I write when inspiration strikes. Fortunately it strikes every morning at 9:00 o’clock sharp.”
“Steve Scott, a friend of mine, consistently makes $30–60K in passive income each month from his books, so there’s definitely a way to make a living off of only book revenue if that’s your goal. Self-published authors are currently making more than the big 5 published authors combined!”
“That’s far from the case. Instead, this is a basic example of “Parkinson’s Law” which states: “A task will swell in proportion to the amount of time you give yourself to complete it.” What I mean is if you give yourself a long time to complete a project, you’ll actually give it less focus and it will drag on for longer than necessary. It will turn out much better if you shorten your deadline. If you have a shorter deadline, you’ll produce a much higher quality book in a more focused time period. Instead of thinking that fast writing means bad writing, cement this thought into your mind: “Writing fast means being more focused.” By now that should put away any disempowering fears and questions you’ve been asking yourself like:”
— Joel Boggess (@JoelBoggess) March 28, 2015
“The truth is, you’ll never “find the time” to write a book. You have to make it.”
“Valuing freedom above all else; entrepreneurs work harder to create future freedom, which directly takes away from their freedom in the present.”
“Where do I want to be long-term? Why do I want to be there? What can I do now to get me there?”
Chandler Bolt is the founder of Bestselling Book System. In this clip he discusses how entrepreneurs can make money and gain more authority by releasing their own book.
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