The company began in 2005 after McIndoo spent 10 years working directly with Tony Robbins. She was his creative assistant and had helped with the writing of one of Tony’s books. As more and more people knew of her writing and organization skills they began asking her to help them with their books.
“It’s a lifestyle business,” explains McIndoo. “I can help authors no matter where I am in the world – on a cruise ship, at a resort, or simply in my home office. I set my own hours and work as much or as little as I want to.”
Being an Author’s Coach does not require writing or editing skills. McIndoo systematized the book production and publishing process so she could hire coaches to help her in the business and they could be as effective as she is. A successful Author’s Coach requires attention to details and the ability to follow her process.
For Entrepreneurs, this is an outstanding opportunity to generate revenue in a fun, easy and lucrative way. For those who are already coaches, adding a book writing and publishing arm of their business can bring in a whole set of new clients.
This is a no stress, high-income business, that requires no inventory, employees, or offices and can be run successfully from a home office with a computer and internet connection. This business is pandemic proof. Everyone wants to write a book and this is the perfect time.
Everything has been documented and systematized so well that it is easy to be up and running, and profitable in a short amount of time.
Depending on the level of service, McIndoo charges between $7,500 to $35,000 per person to “get their book out of their head and into the client’s hands.”
The sale of the business includes training, support and personal coaching time with McInoo for an entire year.