Your book doesn’t have to hit the national best-seller lists to make a profound impact on your life and business.
Donald Miller, New York Times best-selling author and founder of StoryBrand, credits his 34 page e-book, How to Tell a Story, as the cornerstone in establishing himself as the expert in his industry.
That short e-book set his career in motion. Surprising right? He doesn’t credit his best-sellers or biggest moneymakers. Instead, he sees his short e-book as the number one thing that elevated him above the competition.
How much is one client worth to you?
How much could a major partnership be worth to your business?
What if more people had access to your message? Could the world be a better place?
What if you could finish your book this year instead of two, five, or even ten years?
I do have one important note, though. A poorly-written book won’t help you accomplish most of those goals. That’s why I’m here to rescue you from the hype of most courses out there, the ones that claim, “Become a best-seller in thirty days!” We’ll focus on excellence, because excellence is a solid foundation from which you can build a compelling brand, share an important message, and impact lives in the process.
I won’t leave you asking the question, what next? Once you are inside the course, you’ll receive resources to make your book-writing process happier: a detailed course workbook that includes key points from each lesson, a book-writing checklist, publishing planning spreadsheet, and much more.
You’ll be added to the Finish that book! community. This is your opportunity to establish connections with other business leaders and world changers. If you get hung up on your project, this is where you get support—and offer support to others.
Gain the skills and confidence to write a high-quality book by completing five training videos. This is the same content I take many of my one-on-one coaching clients through—and you get lifetime access to it for a fraction of the cost.
You’ll also receive a chapter from my book, The Editor’s Eye, detailing the book-outlining process. Each lesson also has accompanying notes, resources, or activities.
Learn a top-level overview of the book idea to publication overview, including a look at writing, editing, design, marketing, and more.
Learn the basic writing process for most nonfiction books. This lesson includes a helpful graphic showing the entirety of a typical book-writing process, including when to bring in a professional editor.
Learn how to form a writing routine, create a writing space, and rally support from people in your life to help you accomplish your goal. This lesson also explores how to get past excuses to make time for writing.
Learn how to set goals, create a writing schedule, and calendar out your writing plan to make it much more likely you’ll finish your book. This lesson includes “book writing math,” a specific formula to plan your book-writing milestones.
Engage in a short final video that offers encouragement to get you moving in the direction of your dreams.
I’ve worked with people who’ve spent decades thinking about writing a book. Don’t let that be your story. If it already is, commit to getting your book done today.
I’ll teach you a system that will empower you to finish your book and start receiving the benefits of authorship.
You don’t need to land a deal with a major publisher or wait for the stars to align to make your book happen. You need a system to get your book done.