It’s time to write a book.
Not just any book.
That’s the general consensus around here, anyway.
Time to put to bed all the excuses about not having enough time, not knowing where to start, not feeling qualified, etc…
and own up to the fact that you have a unique set of experiences and ideas that are definitely book-worthy.
The world is waiting for you to write them down and publish your book!
As an author of several books myself, I can tell you that people respond to you differently when you tell them you wrote a book.
Doors open for you. You stand a little taller when you head out for the day.
When you write a book, you immediately belong to an exclusive club of like-minded, forward-thinking, successful individuals who achieved something the masses only talk about.
To write a book is an amazing accomplishment and with so many advances in technology, it is more possible today than ever before.
Reasons to Write a Book [Infographic]
With 82% of adults saying they want to write a book, the folks over at Brian Tracy, International did a survey a couple of years ago to find out their reasons.
What they discovered was the majority of respondents said “they want to write a book because they have a great message or experience that they want to share to inspire others.”
You may feel this way, too. Or, you may fall into wanting to be seen as a thought leader, expand your brand, or earn some extra money. Reasons are as varied as the individuals want to write a book.
The Big Question Is…
At this point, the big question is:
What are you waiting for? Isn’t it time you turned all those glorious ideas and experiences from your life into a book of your own?
Be sure to watch the video to learn more about my process for how to turn your ideas into a book.