Having a book that shares your specific consulting model or your distinct coaching approach is an impressive tool to build your practice. Your success is tied to your unique story. Prospective clients need to read about it. Tell your story your way.
Once you’ve written and published your book, you’ll be viewed as the expert who literally wrote the book on whatever you are known for. Your well-written, professionally produced nonfiction book is the perfect tool to shine the spotlight on your brand and demonstrate to prospective clients that you know your stuff.
Use your book as a leave-behind at meetings, an online lead capture resource, proof of your expertise for prospective paid speaking gigs, or another income stream for your practice.
Whatever your story, and however you choose to use your book, you have to start somewhere.
Not sure where to begin? Try these resources:[line]
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Why haven’t you finished your book yet? What’s holding you back?
You can think of a dozen reasons, but really there are only four that matter. They’re the ones that have kept you stuck, frozen, and awake at night with lots of ideas but no direction for how to turn it all into the book you’ve been wanting to write.
Start here with this free resource, Top 4 Reasons You Haven’t Finished Writing Your Book . . . And what to do so you can finally become “author of”[/accordion]
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Aside from your desire to write and publish a book, you don’t know where to go for help, who to trust, what comes first, next and last in the process, or what to do with the book once it’s published. This quick report, Five Top Tips to Begin Your Author Journey, is a great place to start.
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Some new authors believe if you write and publish a book, hungry readers will beat down your door to buy it. Unfortunately, that’s not true. Marketing is all about making people aware of your book so they become interested in you, as the author or authority, intrigued about your book, and then want to buy it and tell others about it. Want to learn how to do that? Get the Fast Track Guide to Market and Launch Your Book.
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Not sure which option is best for you? Let’s talk.