Welcome to Series 4 of the Plutus Awards Podcast! The team is excited to present a new series of episodes, providing our listeners with the best actionable tips and personal success stories from superstars in our community and from the diverse experiences of many creators and entrepreneurs.
How Your Personal Experiences Can Result in a Book Deal
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Have you ever watched a talk show or listened to a podcast and thought you had the answers to what was being discussed, but then the host brings out an expert? As the expert gives their expert opinion, you are shouting, That’s what I said! as you shake your head back and forth in agreement with the expert. Have you ever wondered how these people became an expert on that subject? Did they have to go to school to become an expert, or were they able to turn what they know into what they do?
In this episode, Sarah Li Cain had a heartfelt conversation with award-winning personal finance journalist Cameron Huddleston and author of Mom and Dad, We Need to Talk: How to Have Essential Conversations with Your Parents About Their Finances. Cameron shared how she had a pivotal moment in her personal life in becoming her mother’s caregiver, how writing a book turned her into a subject matter expert, and how she leverages that into other business opportunities.
- Cameron discusses how she managed writing and taking care of her mother.
- How Cameron expanded her idea on writing her book.
- How to turn your life story into a book, including how to create a successful proposal
About Cameron Huddleston
Cameron Huddleston is the author of Mom and Dad, We Need to Talk: How to Have Essential Conversations with Your Parents About Their Finances. She also is an award-winning personal finance journalist whose work has appeared in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, Forbes.com, Chicago Tribune, MSN, Yahoo! Finance and many more print and online publications. She currently is the head of education and content at Careful, the first service built to help people organize and protect an aging loved one’s finances.