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Book Coach Tip: While You’re Working on Your Book Your Book is Working on You

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Book Coach Tip: While You’re Working on Your Book Your Book is Working on You

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As a professional book coach, speaker, and author, I’ve had the privilege to meet people from all over the world. One of the things they quickly learn about me is that as a book coach, I only work with people who want to write nonfiction books that have the power to change lives, save lives and transform society. I don’t hide this from anyone. In fact, it’s written on my website, is discussed in my book, and is something I speak about all over the world. Yes, our world is in crisis on a national, personal and spiritual level, but it can be fixed. And it is being fixed, one reader at a time.

What if the book you write not only changes someone else’s life but yours too in the process? When my authors finish their books, one thing that surprises them most is how much they have changed. They sought to write a story to provide hope and help to someone else and found their personal opinions, thoughts, and feelings changed and/or healed in the process. As a nonfiction book coach, author, and speaker one thing I’ve learned about writing is this: “While you’re working on your book, your book is working on you.”

Realize Your Potential and Change Your Life

It’s no secret that writing has a positive impact on your emotional and mental health. I’ve kept a journal my whole life and credit it to one of my tools for maintaining a sense of peace. But what if writing a book enabled you to realize your professional calling? That’s what author of The Underage CEOs and Entrepreneur writer Ganesh Vancheeswaran credits writing a book did for him. In his article “Writing a Book Changed My Life. It Can Change Yours Too,” he talks of how writing a book opened up dimensions within himself. He goes on to say that:

“Curiously, writing the book made me realize that I was an entrepreneur. Probably because, from idea to publication to promotion, writing a book is akin to the journey of an entrepreneur. You have to hustle, face ups and downs, live with delays and anxiety, reconcile yourself to delayed gratification and face up to loneliness. I emerged from this 12-month journey with the confidence that I have what it takes to make it in the big, bad world of entrepreneurs. Which is why I promptly unshackled myself from my day job and became a freelance writer and independent consultant in Branding & Marketing Communication. That remains one of the best decisions of my life. I have since been able to work on highly satisfying projects, make a name for myself in the market and earn a lot of money. “ (Source)

Reading stories like Ganesh’s transformation after writing his book is one of the reasons I love what I do.  What about you? Are you ready to change the life of someone that needs hope and help and in the process change your own life? If so, contact us, today and we can help you take the next step!

 


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