Can Do: How One Montanan Built A Business From Passion And Romance
Danica Winters: archaeologist; award-winning writer; author of many published books and short stories; marketing and social media guru; founder of a digital publishing services company; sought-after speaker; wife; mother of two. If you think Danica sounds like a superwoman or the heroine of a Harlequin romance novel, you're right. Almost.
Winters is a Montanan and writer for Harlequin. She's a partner at Self Publishing Services, a company with 30 contract employees, and she runs her self-publishing empire from Frenchtown, Montana.
In this episode of "Can Do: Lessons From Savvy Montana Entrepreneurs," Danica Winters joins host Arnie Sherman to share lessons she learned as she developed her writing career and self-publishing service.
“I had pitched this idea and I said, you know, I can see that self publishing is making a big impact on the market right now. I think that we can’t just ignore it,” says Winters.
This week you’ll learn about becoming a marketing guru without any formal classes; that a strong support network is essential in starting up an independently-run business; and that, in order to reach your goals, it is important to step out of your comfort zone. Listen and learn now on “Can Do.”
This podcast is made possible with support from the Greater Montana Foundation.