Nina Godiwalla recognizes authors as entrepreneurs. The author discusses how she used her MBA to draw attention to her work, making important connections and networking with important individuals.
From meeting influential people she has always dreamed of working with to promoting her writing, Godiwalla names her entrepreneurial background as a vital foundation for furthering and accelerating her career while elevating her status as a respected author.
According to Nina Godiwalla, using entrepreneurial skills allows authors to reach out to individuals and to build better business relationships. Marketing skills help the author to constantly speak about things that she is passionate about and an entrepreneurial background leads to a better overall learning experience. Instead of going through someone else, Godiwalla's business knowledge proves beneficial in its ability to involve the author in areas of writing she never before understood.
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