Business Leaders

Business Leaders: How to Get Published

You’ve been a professional and a leader for quite some time and have learned a few things along the way, haven’t you? Now you have the experience to write a book, so you can spread that knowledge.

Perhaps you’ve been a mentor to others, and you know that what you know could benefit more than those you can reach in person. 

If you want a bigger audience,
you need a bigger platform!

Why Do Business Leaders Write Books?

You have something to share that will benefit others.

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.

What’s the First Step in Writing Your Own Book?


The first step is to prioritize your material, and we do that by developing your BookMAP, which is visual representation of your entire book.

We’ll work through a series of foundational questions to determine the purpose of your book and its audience, and everything we include in your book will drive toward that purpose for that specific audience.

You will author a book that establishes you as an expert, increases your credibility, and helps attract a following.

How to Start Writing a Book: Module Two

Let's Get Started

Find the option that best suits your needs to write your nonfiction book.

Personal Book Coaching

Do you want to accelerate and intensify the process of writing your book? One-to-one coaching may be the option for you.

Group Book Writing Mastermind

Our most popular option. Write your book with the support of other aspiring authors in an online group program.

Self-Directed Book Course

For those with a smaller budget, you can experience our book writing and publishing class in this self-directed online course

Resources for Business Leaders

How Beta Readers Can Improve Your Book

How Beta Readers Can Improve Your Book

You’ve probably heard of beta testers who try out software before it’s released to detect bugs. But did you know that there are people who do the same thing for books? Beta readers review manuscripts and point out issues like confusing dialogue and slow pacing so...

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Why Every Author Should Keep a Journal

Why Every Author Should Keep a Journal

Contrary to popular belief, keeping a diary isn't just for angsty teenagers. Many famous authors including Franz Kafka, Flannery O'Connor, and Virginia Woolf journaled regularly to connect with their inner worlds and hone their creativity and writing abilities. ...

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You are More than Your Fragments

You are More than Your Fragments

In her debut novel, Jodi Gilroy advocates for empathy and the equitable treatment of individuals living with traumatic brain injuries. For the first eight years of her life, Jodi Gilroy had a normal Midwestern upbringing. An East Lansing, Michigan, girl by birth and a...

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