I'm Ann Sheybani, Founder of The Influential Author and Summit Press Publishers.
I work with coaches, consultants, and speakers who don’t have all day to play around writing ineffectual drivel because they’re running a demanding business (and it’s only getting bigger). They’ve got millions of ideas, enough to fill five books, and they want someone who can spot the gold in the mix, keep them from going down rabbit holes.
If you want impact, influence, and income, stick with me.
If you want to stand apart from the herd, consider me your BFF.
But first, let me ask you a question...
Are you ready to
You'd be surprised by the impact a book can have on your credibility and positioning.
Yet, the job of writing an impactful book isn't as easy as it might seem. This is why I created this special guide: The 5 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Writing an Expert-Positioning Book.
In it, I share some easy-to-implement pointers, the kind I give my inner-circle coaching clients, the ones with the crazy-successful publications.
Or you can stick around a bit longer and see what some of my clients have to say...
"And gratitude to my foundational book coach - none other than Ann Sheybani. Ann, as you well know, you're highly efficient, "here's how you get it done" coach. As long as it took me, I followed the map - even though I took an extended break - but essentially I credit your book "How to Eat The Elephant" and your coaching approach."
— Mozella Perry Ademiluyi, author of RISE! Lean Within Your Inner Power & Wisdom
"When I first met Ann it was via phone. I wanted to see if she was the right book coach for me. Boy, was I unprepared and surprised. How could someone who looks so lovely in her photo swear like a sailor and push me to unapologetically answer all her direct questions? Had I missed some sidebar on her website that said something along the lines of “Ann is a ballbuster who doesn’t suffer fools gladly”? In the time we’ve worked together, I’ve found Ann to have a rare combination of being a compassionate nurturing friend and not putting up with my BS. There have been numerous times I’ve tried shelving my book. I can be pretty convincing and Ann sees right through it. In 3 words, ‘she gets it’!— Dr. Serena Sterling, author of Pain: A Love Story
"I’ve always felt the need to tell my story, but fear, insecurity and the daunting process held me back for years. Then I met Ann. Her ability to find and project my voice, help me organize my stories and handle sensitive content with care and compassion is a rare gift and I can’t imagine completing my book with anyone else." --Michelle Cully, author of High Heels in the Laundry Room