Self-Help Writers: How to Get Published
People continue to grow, and hopefully improve, throughout their lives. Change is an inevitable part of life, and how we deal with that change matters. Perhaps you’re a survivor of trauma, a successful businessman or woman, an expert in your field, or a combination of those things. The point is, you have advice, expertise, experience, and knowledge to share with the world. So why keep it to yourself when you can write a book that will change lives, save lives, or transform society?
If you want a bigger audience,
you need a bigger platform!
The first step is to prioritize your material, and we do that by developing your BookMAP, which is a visual representation of your entire book. We work through a series of foundational questions to determine the purpose of the book and its audience, and everything in your book will drive toward that purpose for that audience.
You’re the only one who has your story. You’re the only one who can do it.
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.
Resources for Self-Help Writers
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