Fall 2018: Join the 16x award winning series for Doctoral Scholars Publishing November 1st, 2018
The Refractive Thinker® Vol XV: Non Profits: Strategies for Effective Management
Frank Shankwitz, is a founder of the Make-A-Wish Foundation he has received the President’s Call to Service Award, the Making a Difference in the World, the Making a World of Difference and the Ellis Island Medal of Honor awards.
Problem: The lack of affordable and easy to understand publishing avenues for academicians to meet university peer-reviewed publishing standards and retain ownership of copyright.
VISION: To offer doctoral scholars an award winning publishing solution to position themselves as an expert in their field.
Goal: To publish an anthology of the works of multiple academic doctoral authors in one themed volume.
Mission: To get research off the coffee table, out of the Ivory Tower, and into the hands of business owners and entrepreneurs.
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- Dr. Natalie Casale
- Dr. Julee H. Hafner
- Dr. Frank Musmar
- Dr. Avideh Sadaghiani-Tabrizi & Dr. Teresa Lao
- Dr. Barbara J. Yancy-Tooks
- Dr. Denise J. La Salle & Dr. Alexandro Beato
- Dr. Evelyn Hollis
- Dr. Toscha L. Dickerson
- Dr. Samuel Hayes, Jr.
- Dr. Julie Ducharme, Dr. Karen Walker, & Dr. Cheryl Lentz
Q: Myth #1: Why do I have to pay to publish?
A: Publishing costs money. The reason one doesn’t have to pay to publish in a peer-reviewed journal is that the journal often uses the proceeds from the sale of the journal to fund the journal. The journal makes money from your writing; you don’t.
Q: Myth #2: Paying for publishing detracts from my credibility, doesn’t it?
A: No. Publishing is a business like any other, where the goal is to make money. The question is who is making the money? You get what you pay for. Peer-reviewed journal model: The publisher pays for the costs, you don’t. The publisher owns your material, you don’t. The publisher makes royalties, you don’t. The publisher has control, you don’t.
Who pays for the publishing has nothing to do with the quality of the work published. So long as the process includes a peer-reviewed process (open, single, or double blind), there is a quality mechanism in place. If your article is based on IRB approved research through an accredited university (doctoral work or post doc work), the quality of the outcomes has already been vetted.
Q: Myth #3: When I publish in a journal or in a book, don’t I automatically own my intellectual property?
- A: No. Check the fine print of your contract. Most of the time in a traditional peer-reviewed journal, the journal owns the copyright to your writing, not you. Be sure to file for your own copyright with the U.S. Copyright Office.Follow the money. Those who own their copyright, get to keep their money.
(a) Single Author or (b) Multiple Authors (up to 5 per chapter)
*Deposit Reserves your spot. Please include Working title with sign up.
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Listed below, please find the three Co-Author levels we are currently offering
***Please note, these special rates are guaranteed while we still have spots open. They do fill on a first come first server basis and you must have your deposit in to have your spot officially held***
□ $1,497 USD Standard Co-Author Level (Value: $2,500 USD) (Or $450 USD deposit plus 3 payments of $450)
This level receives all the benefits listed on the previous page listing all of the benefits each author receives. (5 print books, Best Selling Author Status, Participation in our Refractive Thinker® Healthcare Anthology, Visibility in multiple magazines, pdf copy of your chapter, Barnes & Noble Bookstore, and exposure in multiple podcasts.)
□ $1,997 USD Gold Co-Author Level (Value: $4,000 USD) (Or $460 USD deposit plus 4 payments of $460)
The Gold Level receives all the benefits listed previously… (Best Selling Author Status, Participation in our Refractive Thinker® Healthcare Anthology, Visibility in multiple magazines, pdf copy of your chapter, Barnes & Noble Bookstore, and exposure in multiple podcasts and at live events and on at least 2 different TV Networks.)
Plus the following additional Visibility Opportunities:
~ 20 more print copies of our book (this means you get 25 copies).
~ VIP Ticket to the Exclusive Book Signing Event led by Dr. Cheryl Lentz (January/February 2019 in Chicago, IL)
~ 50 bookmarks with the book cover/brand.
~ Special 30 min call to help you powerfully show up for book signings.
□ $2,497 USD Platinum Level (Value: $6,000 USD) (Or $485 USD deposit plus 5 payments of $485)
The Platinum Level receives all the benefits listed previously in the Standard Co-Author and Gold Co-Author Level… (Best Selling Author Status, Participation in our Refractive Thinker® Healthcare Anthology, Visibility in multiple magazines, pdf copy of your chapter, Barnes & Noble Bookstore, exposure in multiple podcasts at live events and on at least 2 different TV Networks, 25 print copies of the book, 50 bookmarks, VIP ticket to the Exclusive Book Signing Event, and 30 min book signing call.)
Plus the following additional Visibility Opportunities:
~ 25 more print books (this means a total of 50).
~ 50 more bookmarks (this means a total of 100).
~ Individual Article Featuring You in 3 Internationally Published Magazines
~ 2 podcast interviews featuring you personally as a powerful expert.
~ 2nd VIP Ticket to the Exclusive Book Signing Event led by Dr. Cheryl Lentz (January/February 2019 in Chicago, IL) (This way both you and guest can attend as VIP’s)
~ 45 min led by Rebecca Hall Gruyter, International Radio Show Host, International Best Selling Author, Network Owner/Director, and TV Show Host sharing key tips and strategies to help you be seen and heard as a powerful expert on your podcast interviews.
~ 45 min Strategy Session where Dr. Cheryl will help you personally leverage the book and your participation in it multiple way.
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