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Natasa Lekic, Founder of New York Book Editors

Imagine growing your income 10 times over in just a few short years? Maybe even working fewer hours along the way? Today’s guest has done just that, as the founder of New York Book Editors. Natasa Lekic founded the company three years ago after working at a publishing house and wanting to break free from a firm she describes as a “sinking ship” and working overtime earning $50,000 a year. NY Book Editors caters to a sweet spot in the ever evolving publishing world. It’s a company that provides editorial services and courses for authors and authors-to-be. The company’s editors are veterans of the publishing industry and have worked with well-known authors from Stephen King to Paulo Cohelo to former So Money guests Arianna Huffington and James Altucher (he’s been on So Money not one but two times!).

In the interview we discuss Natasa’s rise to success came with some insecurities around money. She shares how she overcame those fears and the strange connection to her great grandfather that gave her all her answers. And how to successfully publish a book these days – maybe even get a six figure advance – if you’re an aspiring author with NO platform.

If you’d like to learn more about Natasa visit her website nybookeditors.com or follow her on Twitter @lekicn and Facebook www.facebook.com/NyBookEditors/.

One of my favorite quotes from the interview: “Investing in yourself has such a ripple effect throughout areas of your life.” – Click To Tweet

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