Have you ever wondered what successful authors have done to become successful? What mistakes they made, what lessons they learned along the way to success, or how they were able to build a successful author platform and professional brand? At the April 12th St. Louis Publishers Association meeting, Jill Farmer will share her success story and lessons learned on her journey to becoming a successful author and entrepreneur.
For more than a decade Jill Farmer was an Emmy Award-winning consumer reporter and television anchor in St. Louis. Her time management book There's Not Enough Time... and Other Lies We Tell Ourselves debuted as a bestseller in the Time Management category on Amazon, and in 2015, The Washington Post named Jill to its 21-Day Time Hacker team as one of the top time experts in the country.
Jill travels the U.S. delivering keynotes and teaching her acclaimed time management program for some of the top corporations and organizations in the world. Jill has worked for organizations such as Washington University, St. Louis University, Enterprise, Edward Jones, Professional Women’s Alliance, and many others.
At the upcoming SLPA meeting, Jill will share her success story and provide tips and advice on how she did it, including how she markets and how she built her brand. For more about Jill, visit her website at jillfarmercoaching.com.
St. Louis Publishers Association Monthly Meeting:
2nd Wednesday of the Month
The Heights: Richmond Heights Community Center, in The Argus Room
8001 Dale Ave., Richmond Heights, MO, 63117
Doors open at 6:30pm for networking; meeting begins at 7:00pm
Monthly meeting cost: FREE for members, $10 for non-members (guest fee will be applied to membership if you decide to join at that meeting)