Writing is such a natural way to share stories, ideas and inspiration, as well as pass memories on to future generations.
Have you ever heard "you should write a book"?
Do you love to write, but are intimidated by it?
There are two ways to write a book - one is simply to get your thoughts out, and one is to reach others.
If you desire to share your thoughts with the world, then write that book...and then recognize you are 10% complete.
No matter how amazing your book is, in order for people to rave about it, they must first know about it.
How are you going to get the word out?
How are you going to ensure the people who need to read this book know it exists?
As much as those big publishing deals seem like the ticket to big time, it's rare for a publisher to step in and do all the marketing for you. They look for authors who already have an established audience (through blogging, speaking, etc) and/or know how to market and promote on their own.
We want to share with you a powerful tip - for your writing, and also for the blog posts, podcasts, and other forms of marketing you will be doing to build up anticipation for that best-selling book.
There is a simple method to really pull a reader in - and it hails back to a childhood nursery rhyme!
Now you may think that last one is a bit much, but we've seen time and time again how people are pulled in to stories based on these five areas. So as you write, think about which of these lines up.
Think of the goal of every page you write, and what feeling you intend to evoke from the reader.
If you want more practical tips and application for getting that book written, Write to the Bank is your go-to resource. Created from a top-selling teleseminar, this was such a hot topic Dan had to create a product out of it!
Things you will learn include:
NOTE: This is a digital product, so you can get started immediately!
Includes 2 mp3 downloads and a PDF transcript to follow along and take notes - plus a full book proposal form to get all your thoughts organized!
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