Krystal Hille is the Founder of Hille House Publishing, Soul Leadership Coach and international #1 bestselling author. She is passionate about gathering change makers and conscious creatives who align with her mission to awaken and empower humanity into deeper sovereignty and connection. She helps them to step into their zone of flow, claim the essence of their leadership and makes them into international bestselling authors so that their passion can ignite global change and enhance their authority and reach.
Since early 2021, Krystal has helped over 70 thought leaders become international bestselling authors and has attracted the likes of Dr John Demartini into her latest book.
With 30 years in leadership, a background in theatre directing, ancient tantric practices and female empowerment, Krystal is a winner of the CREA Brainz Global Business Award 2021 and host of the Soul Leadership Podcast. Aware of her multi-dimensional self, pre-Covid, Krystal facilitated spiritual retreats to Egypt and ran temple nights across Australia.
She holds a BA (hons) in English Literature & Theatre Studies, a diploma in Life Coaching, NLP and TimeLine Therapy and is a certified Master Healer and Tantra teacher. She is a popular contributor to international festivals, summits and podcasts and has written two solo books and contributed to a further four anthologies.
Originally from Germany, Krystal lives with her two children in county Victoria, Australia.
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Collaborative books, also called multi-author books or anthologies, have gaind significant momentum in recent years as a marketing tool for credibility and client aquisition.
They've also, understandably, received a fair amount of criticism. What's all the hype about? Why would anyone pay to play? Is this really an effective marketing option? So many important questions!
- How we got here: How did these books come about and why are they so popular right now?
- Bottom Line Impact: What do we need to know about the good, the bad and the ugly of being a collaborative author?
- Future Landscape: Where is the industry going an what are your best next steps?