Because you need to be sure that your book concept makes sense. I dont want you to waste your time and money.
Answering these questions puts you in a win-win position.
If you confirm that your book concept is sound, you can move ahead with confidence.
On the other hand, if you realize that your initial idea has weaknesses, you can make the necessary changes and proceed, or you can drop the whole idea and save yourself time, money, and frustration.
Why do you want to write a book?
List your reasons. Below are several possibilities to jumpstart your thinking:
To increase your visibility and credibility in the marketplace
To market your product or service
To promote branding
To establish your reputation as a subject-matter expert
To open up speaking opportunities
To enjoy the satisfaction of writing about a subject that interests you
To advance a noble cause you believe in
To give other people pleasure
To serve other people by giving them valuable information
To express your creativity
To do something youve always wanted to do
Clarifying your personal goals strengthens your motivation. Strong motivation increases your probability of success.
So, the first step in writing your book is to have strong compelling reason to write. When you answer this, you have reached 50% closer to the launch of the book.
You see, writing a book is not only the best way, it is the indisputably essential way, to establish your credibility in your field of expertise.
Using authorship as a marketing strategy brings you an on-going flow of clients who are deliberately and purposefully seeking you.
Yes, “There is a BOOK Inside YOU”!
So, what’s your STRONG Compelling reason to write? Comment below…