The hardest thing about writing a book is writing a book. I bet you know what I’m talking about. A 500-word blog post is one thing, but a 50,000-word manuscript?
Writing a book can feel like a daunting task. I once heard an author compare it to an ant crossing the interstate. It can be so daunting you never get started. In fact, I know people with life-changing messages to share but feel like they just don’t have the time to get it down.
But what if I told you there’s a proven process to write a book faster than you ever thought possible? There is, and I’m sharing it in my free, upcoming webinar, The Busy Person’s Guide to Writing a Book: 12 Easy Steps for Completing Your Book Twice as Fast with Half The Effort.
When I worked as a publisher, one of the biggest challenges we had in keeping our schedules and launching on time was late manuscripts. Authors just couldn’t get their books done on time.
I understood. Writing is tough work, but late manuscripts complicate production, marketing, everything. So when I started writing books myself, I was determined to file on time.
It wasn’t easy, but by trial and error, I developed a method for maximizing efficiency, killing distraction, and cranking out the words. I’ve not only used it to coach countless authors over the years, but I’ve personally used it to write eight books, including two New York Times bestsellers.
This process flat works. And it can work for you, too. The Busy Person’s Guide to Writing a Book will show you:
- The most effective way I know to leverage the power of goal-setting to speed up your writing.
- How to get nearly instant momentum and start checking off your chapters one by one.
- A simple trick for keeping the rest of your life from eating up your writing time.
- A straightforward method for making sure you’re ready to start the second you sit down to write.
- How finding and using the right tools can streamline your process and provide big gains.
- One way to keep yourself from re-creating the wheel every time you start a new chapter.
- How to beat procrastination, distraction, and self-doubt, and once and for all.
Eight in ten people say they have a book in them. I bet that’s you. Don’t let a tight schedule or an overstuffed to-do list kill your dream of sharing your story. Your message matters! What would happen if you finally put it on the top of your to-do list?
Here’s the reality: If you’ve started and got stuck—or if you haven’t started at all—you can write and publish the book in you. All it takes is the right process.
If you want to learn that process, sign up for The Busy Person’s Guide to Writing a Book. There’s no charge, but the number of spots is limited. Whenever I offer webinars like this, we usually hit our attendance limit pretty quickly, so be sure to register while you can.
We have three presentations Wednesday, July 29. Click here to find out when and sign up. If you have a message you want to share, join me. If you want to help more people with your story, join me.
All those assumptions floating around out there about it taking forever to write a book are wrong. If you follow this my proven process, I’m confident you can write your book twice as fast with half the effort.
Question: What book would you write if time was not a limitation?