I’m often asked when I meet aspiring writers: what type of people do you work with? This is an easy question for me. At the risk of being labeled an idealist, I sincerely believe that all of our problems—and I mean all of them—can be solved, and that the answers are trapped inside of everyday people like you. When you share what you know and what you’ve learned, you become the solution. At The Book Professor, we help aspiring authors write non-fiction books that will change lives, save lives, and transform society. Whether you’re a business leader, an overcomer, a public speaker, or you want to write your personal memoir, we know exactly what you need to do to write your book. Join us over the next couple of months as we highlight the clients my team and I serve every day.
The Business Leader
You’ve been a professional and a leader for quite some time and have learned a few things along the way, haven’t you? Your years of experience, education, ideas, and expertise are what other impassioned leaders need in order to gain the success that you’ve achieved. Perhaps you’ve already been a mentor to others, and you know that what you know could benefit more than you can reach in person. If you want a greater influence, you need a bigger platform! It’s time to take your solution and help others solve the problems they can’t fix on their own.
Why Should a Business Leader Write a Book?
As a business leader with years of experience, you know deep down that you’re a true leader. Writing a book helps to establish yourself as an expert with those who don’t know your talent.
Business leaders write a book for a number of reasons:
- You have something to share that will benefit others.
- You want to leave a legacy that will impact the future.
- You see others struggle and have learned how to overcome obstacles.
- You want to showcase your business and the path to success.
Listen to what our writer, David J.P. Fisher, author, business leader, and entrepreneur had to say after he wrote his first book Networking in the 21st Century: Why Your Network Sucks and What to Do About It:
“Writing the first book was definitely a big hurdle, but I found that it was like running a marathon. Once you do one, you look back and want to do it again. I’ve published three shorter books in the ten months after publishing my first book, and there are more on the way. It’s definitely helped build my professional credibility and stature as an expert in my field.”
What do you have to lose? When will there ever be a better moment than now? It’s time to build your personal brand and establish yourself as the expert you are.
If you’re a business leader that has always wanted to write a book, reach out to us, and we can help you take the next step!