Books are big projects so, before you start, you need to be sure you're interested enough in your book idea to make it worthwhile. How do you figure out if your book idea is good enough to keep you going? That's what we're talking about today.
... so you don't waste your time and money. If you’re thinking about writing a book but are worried about wasting your time and money, here are five questions to ask yourself before you start to write.
If you’ve ever had trouble speaking up and telling someone that you didn’t love something they did or said, then this post is for you! We’re talking about what you have to take responsibility for when you work with a ghostwriter. But it’s not all doom and gloom, because the writer has responsibilities too. Understanding what the ghostwriter is responsible for will help if you’ve ever struggled to say what you really think.
Tony Robbins, one of the world’s biggest life and business coaches, says that one of the shortcuts to success is modelling others who are already doing what you want to do. So if you want to write a book that sells millions, inspires countless people to improve their lives, and catapults your career, let’s model an author who’s done just that: Tony Robbins. Today I’m looking at the writing lessons we can learn from his awesome book, Unshakeable.
Think again. More publishers want non-fiction books! That’s the latest trend being reported this month by the bigwig industry commentators. If you’re sitting there thinking no one would be interested in your non-fiction book idea, I’m going to tell you what this news means for you.
I’d planned on doing a “lessons from the best non-fiction books” post. But this came to me and I thought, if I don’t post this now, I may chicken out and never share it. It feels a little intimidating to talk about this because it’s close to my heart but I think it’s important because, if you’ve been struggling with the idea of writing a book, it might just give you the encouragement you need.
If you have some rough, kinda fuzzy thoughts about writing a book for your business, but you can’t seem to get any further with this idea, this video is for you. We’re talking about the very first step you should take to write your book, even if you don’t really know what your book is about yet!
I've been working behind the scenes on something I'm really excited about. But before I spill the beans, I want to ask you a few things:
Are you fed up of putting your book on the back-burner because you don’t know where to start?
Do you just want someone to clear the confusion and give you direction?
Are you ready to take the first step to making your book a reality?
Sharing your message through a book can help you level-up your business. But how do you know if you’re ready to level-up? I’ve got three tips to help you figure it out.
Editor and writing coach Jody Brandon shared one of my posts this week! She works with creative business owners and solopreneurs writing a book or ebook to scale their business, either through a traditional publisher or via self-publishing.
If we want to write a successful non-fiction book—one that positions you as an authority in your niche, gets you speaking engagements, and inspires people—we should look to other successful books for inspiration. So I’m starting a series where we’ll learn from the best non-fiction books and use those lessons to improve our own writing. And today's book is one of my favourites!
If you’re struggling to write your book, you have a few options. You could just keep plugging away and hope for the best, or go to an editor, or hire a writing coach. Then there are ghostwriters. Why would you want to work with a ghostwriter?
Let’s talk validation. Oprah tells us that everyone wants to know if they're doing okay. Well, your audience is asking that, too. Are you answering them? Are you making them feel okay?
If you’re an entrepreneur, building your business around your superpower can help you be successful, and love what you’re doing. But what if you’re not sure what your superpower is?
This week I was interviewed by USA Weekly! I was pretty excited by this. It's not a huge piece but USA Weekly is a pretty big deal, and their business section (in which I appeared) is Super Serious And Important.
Ghostwriting is a mysterious world! But we’re lifting the veil and talking about the actual ins and outs of how to work with a ghostwriter to write a non-fiction book for your business. What does the writer do? What do you do? How do you work with a ghostwriter?
If you’re looking into writing a non-fiction book, you may have come across the term ghostwriting. It’s pretty common—some research says 50% of best-selling non-fiction books are ghostwritten. But if you’re like most people who aren’t in the industry, you might wonder what a ghostwriter does. We’re going to clear that up!
Have you tried to write before? You might have found it a lonely experience. But I recently had a good reminder that, whatever you’re writing, you don’t have to write it alone.