You may not know it, but you are sitting on a goldmine.
Your knowledge, passions, and skills can be transformed into a lucrative income stream that requires no college degree, zero employees, and less than $50 to get started. Whether it takes shape as a full-fledged business, a side hustle, or automated earnings is up to you!
There’s no one better to teach you than Graham Cochrane—business coach, YouTuber, and founder of The Recording Revolution, a once no-name blog about music turned 7-figure business that requires fewer than 5 hours per week of work. With How to Get Paid for What You Know, he provides a proven 6-step system for turning your ideas, skills, and passions into an income stream that puts money in your bank account day and night, whether you’re working or not. In this book, you’ll learn how to:
• Discover your idea and ensure it will be profitable,
• Build an audience,
• Package your knowledge into a highly desirable digital product,
• Sell online in an authentic and ethical way,
• Leverage simple online tools to market your product, and
• Automate the entire process so that income flows to you even when you’re not working.
Follow these steps and you’ll be well on your way to creating better stability in your income and finding more fulfillment in your work and, ultimately, your life. How to Get Paid for What You Know is your essential guide to a new and better way to make a living.
About Graham Cochrane
Graham Cochrane is the author of “How To Get Paid for What You Know” and is a business coach to over 3,500 premium customers worldwide. He founded The Recording Revolution, an online music business that generates 7 figures in revenue, in 2009. He now hosts over 80,000+ monthly followers on his podcast, YouTube channel, and blog, talking about business, mindset, productivity, and psychology. Graham has been featured in Forbes, CNBC, and Business Insider. He lives in Tampa Florida with his wife and two daughters.
Praise for How To Get Paid For What You Know
“Here’s good news: you don’t have to choose between growing a successful career and a fulfilling life. In How To Get Paid For What You Know, Graham Cochrane gives you a simple, actionable plan for creating an online business that gives you both. That’s what I call the Double Win, and this book brings it one step closer!”
Wall Street Journal bestselling coauthor of Win at Work & Succeed at Life.
“You may not think it’s possible to create an income and a life you love, but don’t let what you think get in the way of what you want. In How To Get Paid For What You Know, Graham makes the case that now is the best time to create a business around what you know and love and gives you the step-by-step plan to do just that."
New York Times Bestselling author of Soundtracks: The Surprising Solution to Overthinking
“The two greatest financial levers imaginable are selling knowledge and creating residual income. If you understand those you will bypass the millions of hardworking people who are on what Graham refers to as the forty-year, nine-to-five grind. This book is the blueprint for what surely is the eighth wonder of the world.”
New York Times Bestselling author of 48 Days to the Work You Love
“Brilliant, and much needed, this book can dramatically enhance your life and help you build a business and build a LIFE that is a lot more fun, a lot less stressful, and a lot more profitable…all while bringing immense value to those you serve. And what could be better than that!"
Coauthor of The Go-Giver and Go-Giver book series
“Graham has massively over delivered value in this book. How to Get Paid for What You Know is worth at least 10 times what you'll pay for it. But not only is it valuable, it is delivered in an empathetic, life-giving way. If you're exhausted by many of the snake oil salesmen of the ‘online business’ world, you will find Graham's style refreshing. I wholeheartedly endorse this book from Graham Cochrane—the #1 person I trust when it comes to monetizing knowledge.”
National bestselling author of Redeeming Your Time: 7 Biblical Principles for Being Purposeful, Present, and Wildly Productive