Teachers should always be learners

Wow I got a lot of replies to my post about reading yesterday. Thank you for all the book suggestions – my “to read” list has swelled considerably. 

Book with pair of glasses magnifying some of the letters.

Be a teacher but try and learn from your students as well.

I also received a fair number of replies telling me that my book Business For Superheroes was on the go, or always on the table ready to refer to, which is just ace.

But I think the most exciting thing that happened yesterday was this.

Janice, who has taken my Write & Publish Your Book in Just 90 Days course and run with it, has an Amazon best-seller in two categories, which is just amazing.

“Woohoo! My book just went to number 1 in 2 categories!!! So it’s official, I’m now an Amazon Number 1 Best Seller, I love the sound of that!

Some more figures for you…

  • Books downloaded during 3 day free promo – 3,187
  • Average number of sales per day since then – 5
  • Number of people added to my email list – 90
  • Beats per minute my heart is racing at – about 200

All reasons for all of you to take Vicky’s publishing course and get yours out there… I can’t recommend it highly enough. Forget all the courses promising to make you rich by pumping out book after book like a robot, just learn the RIGHT way to do it first, get a solid book under your belt, and then you can go into overdrive.

Sorry if it looks like I’m bragging… well, I am, but I just wanted to let you all know what’s achievable from a first book when you have the right writing knowledge first and some good marketing second.”

Nuff said, really. Janice has taken massive action on writing, publishing, and marketing her book and it’s paid off. It doesn’t look like she’s bragging, but even if it did: she’s earned it.

I’m so proud I could burst.

But do you know what’s even better? Janice took all the stuff I teach in that course, then did more. She’s done much more with her book already than I have with mine – and she’s taught me a bunch of stuff I can do, too. That, to me, is solid gold.

When I come back to my own book, you can bet your butt I’ll be looking at everything Janice has sent me over the past few weeks and applying it – then updating the book course itself (which you get lifetime access to online if you take it, so you’ll always get updates too).

The best part of being a teacher, for me, is what I learn from my students because nobody has all the answers and nobody knows the definitive “right way” to do stuff.

We’re all learning, all the time. And it’s awesome.

Want to keep learning but not quite ready to write your own book? Why not read a copy of mine, instead.



Vicky Fraser is a copywriter, author, and entrepreneur. She really did run away with the circus… but when she’s not swinging from a trapeze, she’s showing other copywriters and small business owners how to work with better clients, make more money, and stop missing bathtimes, first words, and dinners with angry partners. In fact, she wrote the book on it. Get your copy here.

PS You can find Janice’s book, Cracking The Website Code, on Amazon here.

PPS Janice’s results aren’t typical. And I’m not saying that just as a disclaimer; I’m saying it because most people don’t take this kind of action. Will you?

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