I love the fact that you don’t have to be following some grand plan or know exactly where you’re going in order to be on the right track. Let me explain. I’ve spent a lot of time–years, actually–pursuing things that weren’t really my thing but that I could do fairly well. In other words, I spent a lot of time trying not to be me.
Ultimately, my true gifts pulled me back, and that’s when life got amazing. I officially became an entrepreneur and started my business as a nonfiction writing coach, which is why I love working with entrepreneurs. They’re passionate, inspirational, and although life may temporarily take them on a different course, they eventually return to their true calling. I’m living proof of that.
How to Write a Business Book
If you’re an entrepreneur, you wear dozens of hats and are running, running, running all the time. So many ideas, so many projects, so many directions! You’ve learned so much along the way that could help others get beyond their own entrepreneurial struggles.
Entrepreneurs write a business 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.
When you write a business book, you establish yourself as an expert, increase your credibility, and attract a following.
If you’re not a writer, don’t worry. You don’t have to have one sentence written, and you do not have to be a professional writer to publish a powerful nonfiction book that sets you apart from your competition. You need to simply have an idea – and the commitment to see the process through.
If you’re an entrepreneur who wants to write a book, reach out to us. We will help you get it done!