A goal without a specific plan is just a wish. You can’t wish your way to a book, you can only plan and execute your way there. Join Jason Marc Campbell and Tucker Max, the co-founder of Scribe Media, a company that helps you write, publish, and market your book, and the author of four New York Times Best Sellers, on this episode as they discuss how to create your writing plan, set specific writing goals, and build deadlines that will force action and demand accountability. 


Tucker is the co-founder of Scribe, a company that turns ideas into books. He’s written four New York Times Best Sellers (three that hit #1), which have sold over 4.5 million copies worldwide. He is credited with being the originator of the literary genre, “fratire,” and is the third writer ever (after Malcolm Gladwell and Michael Lewis) to have three books on the New York Times Nonfiction Best Seller List at one time. He co-wrote and produced the movie  “I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell, a fascinating story based on his life/book.  He was nominated on the Time Magazine 100 Most Influential List in 2009. He received his BA from the University of Chicago in 1998, and his JD from Duke Law School in 2001.


Listen out for:

– The first step you need to take to write a book. 

– The importance of knowing why you are writing a book.

– How a book is different from any other medium.

– The ultimate secret to writing a book.



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