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Tips for writing your next book
Best thing I ever did for my entire professional life was writing a work. Their first was How to Make Money with Social Media, which eventually resulted in television shows and lectures around the world. Second was Goobile, which was the number one volume about mobiles on Amazon when it was first published.
I' m going to start composing my next one, which made me take some note of how to do it. This is just "back of the envelope" advice (literally), but I thought it might give some good ideas for anyone who takes on this work. Here, in no particular order, are the tips:
Or would you say: "You should never use soft copy for selling," or would you say: "soft copy for selling is a terrible idea." You should be writing like that. When you move from one approach to another too quickly, the readers lose the big picture (because they focus on what you say next).
Then, say it again (with a sentence like "In other words" or "What this means for your company is...."). The best way to do it is to do it in the afternoon because I have been walking my lips all day long, which makes my brain's communications area warmer. Maybe you'll do better writing in the mornings. Anyway - just try to type when the words are easiest for you.
Again, that's my angle. There is only one and only one of the reasons why anyone reads accounting - they want to know something new today that will help them with their careers or their businesses later. They' re not interested in your philosophy. They' re not interested in your big deal opportunities. They are interested in useful information that they can use immediately.
So if you agree to post a 3,500-word section per weeks and only 2,000 words on Sunday evening, you will remain open until you complete the section so that you can begin a new section on Monday mornings. The absence of these micro-deadlines is the main explanation why most of those who begin to type a textbook never do it.
They like to look at things in lumps. And when a volume goes on without a pause, the readers get weary. After all, I like to see my readers as an manager who stands in an New York City bookstore preparing for a plane to San Francisco. They' re looking for a work they can reread on the plane in about three inches.
There may be a different audiences for your particular work, so you will be painting a different one. Otherwise your work will not be published for anyone, and that is not good for you or the readers. Hopefully these hints will help you when you think about your next work. He is an acclaimed writer, presenter and chief executive officer who talks about economics, online publishing and management at industry meetings, conventions and companies around the world.
Distinguished in one of the world's best-selling marketers textbook, he is the writer of several businessbooks and can be seen on television on a regular basis.