Amazon’s best selling author and entrepreneur, Tyler Wagner, truly believes that by helping authors succeed, the world will follow
From ancient epics to modern novels, some narratives have changed history and influenced the mindsets of generations; the idea of inspiring others through the language of literature has been around for centuries.
After all, great readers make great writers, whilst great writers make good communicators, and great communicators make good persuaders. And persuaders make good societies.
This idea is just one possibility why the founder of Authors Unite, Tyler Wagner, believes that “by helping authors succeed, we help the world succeed.”
The vision he had to inspire was simple. By focusing on the idea of helping authors succeed – experts in their topics, this will lead to a “kind of have a trickle-down effect, on the readers of their books, if they take action on what they read, they will also succeed.”
Books are there to expand the mind, to inspire, think and even motivate us.
During his college year at the University of South Carolina, Tyler Wagner hated the idea of reading but had a devotedness for entrepreneurship and dreamed of running his own company or even becoming a public speaker.
With a family in the accounting world, an industry Wagner claims was the complete opposite to his natural way of being, his time in university was cut short after two years of misery. One day his life changed when he picked up the one book that influenced him to rethink his life’s venture. What book do you ask? It was called The Four Hour Workweek by Tim Ferris, and since then, the phenomenon could not put a book down. “One of the things that stuck out to me was how to deal with situations going through your mind when you’re deciding to make an important decision that you feel is a risk and coming up with what is the worst-case scenario,” he says. “We tend to overthink things. That book helped me realize that the risks that we think are risky are normally not as risky as they seem to be.”
He became a voracious reader, spending many hours pouring over the business and personal development books. He knew that one-day books would open something exciting in his life.
From this, he decided to drop out of school and pursue his passion. He started writing his book and published his masterpiece, Conference Crushing, which soared him to the top of Amazon’s best-selling list in his early 20s.
And in an instance, Wagner, a college dropout, was now a best-selling author.
However, reading such an inspiring book gave him the idea to pursue his business in helping others.
Now, entrepreneur and podcast host Tyler Wagner has founded and started a company, Authors Unite, to help people write, publish and even market their books. The company offers a range of publishing services, from book editing to ghostwriting from start to finish, and for now focuses on non-fiction, self-help and memoirs.
Their services even go beyond the book as it becomes the foundation of their client’s business. Authors Unite pushes the company further into the world to inspire even more readers to do the same. In other words, it’s a one-stop-shop for book writers that aid throughout the process of writing, publishing, and successfully marketing their book.
With his company now pretty much running itself, he is now looking into investment opportunities for Cryptocurrency and Real Estate but furthering his cause, he started The Tyler Wagner Show, a podcast to learn from authors and help them bring more awareness to their books.
Wagner hosts this podcast and invites interesting people to be interviewed on the show. Over 1,300 people have guested on his podcast, including the best-selling author and Internet personality Gary Vaynerchuk, who is considered one of the thought leaders in social networks worldwide.
The bubbly Tyler Wagner aims to unite the writers, motivators, and inspiration of the world to build a community of people who reach the top and are continuously pulling others up who follow. “We believe by helping authors succeed; we help the world succeed.”