All of these questions and more are answered for you in a concise, unbiased, and easy-to-understand format that will help you make smart and joyful decisions to get the book of your dreams into your hands. (And the hands of many, many ...
Author: Monica Leonelle
Publisher: Spaulding House
Category: Business & Economics
As a coach, you probably already know that a book could help build your business. You know that a book is a great vehicle for getting a big message out into the world and helping more people. You also know that a book can give you credibility, clients, visibility, awards and accolades, a bigger platform, more revenue streams, an open door into speaking and retreat opportunities, and so much more. But where to start? How do you turn your everyday brilliance into a book proposal, sample chapters, or something ready to publish on your own or through your business? Do you publish traditionally? Independently? Do you get an agent? An editor? How do you figure out your book idea? How do you organize your thoughts into a book? How do you find the time to actually sit down and write it? When is the right time in your business to start? Are you behind? Do you need to wait until you hit certain metrics before trying? How do you start? How much time, money, energy, and other resources do you need to commit to make this bucket list dream happen? And how do you get past the resistance that you know will come up? Those feelings of I’m not good enough, this has already been said and done before, my voice doesn’t matter... All of these questions and more are answered for you in a concise, unbiased, and easy-to-understand format that will help you make smart and joyful decisions to get the book of your dreams into your hands. (And the hands of many, many others!) Get ahead of the curve before more and more coaches enter this exciting and low-competition space. If you want real advice that will help you take reasonable, flowing steps to get your story and message into a book and out into the world, grab Should I Publishing Traditionally or Independently—the first in a series of publishing guides designed for coaches doing beautiful and brilliant work in the world.