The Student Center
If you are one of our authors, the Student Center is where it’s happening! Please follow the link below to log into your account. You will be able to access all of your online course materials, downloadables, and study guides to help you work through The Author’s Way Program as well as all other supplementary programs.
The Virtual Book Launch Celebration is an exclusive launch party for a specific group of our authors. We come together to broadcast the launch of our books. You can sign up to watch the launch event online at www.livefromtheauthorincubator.com
This exclusive three-days of training is for our latest group of authors who are currently finishing their manuscripts. After they finish, they will go through three days of intensive publishing, marketing, and business training with Dr. Angela Lauria and our faculty members.
Watch The Weight of SuccessA Film by M. Douglas Silverstein
The Weight of Success is a “warts and all” documentary that chronicles the life and work of Dr. Angela Lauria, one of the fastest rising stars in the self-help and life coaching industries. While this film profiles one life coach, her struggles, and success, I believe it will force the audience to decide for themselves, if life coaching is a scam or not? So what do you think about Life Coaches? Are they modern Prophets or only concerned with Profits? You Decide.
When I first heard about Dr. Angela Lauria, her astronomical business ascent and the controversial nature of the life coaching industry, I was hooked. She seemed to have it all: her own fan base, her own lead singer swagger, and there were a lot of skeptics (including in her own family). As the audience will see, the film’s story is told through the lens of one of the fastest rising stars in the self-help world. Along the way we meet a slew of her aspiring mentees that she leads through her self-help book seminars, who believe that they are “making a difference” in the world with their books, and their businesses. - M. Douglas Silverstein
“The film did not feel like a one-sided product of Dr. Lauria, and all points were fairly viewed. When a film of any kind makes you think, then it has done its job.” Chris Salce, Film Threat