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Selecting the right subject is the first stage to your business if you are creating textbooks, blogs or presentations for your brand. Here is a easy, 3-stage system I designed to help my booking coach client breaking the ties of deferral. It' built on a basic PDF spreadsheet that you can either simply fetch and fill in with a stylus or stylus, or you can use the memo function on your iPhone or iPad.
Lists 8 possible themes for your work. Work as fast as possible, note down 8 possible subject areas. Simply enter enough information to specify the subject and procedure you want to post about. Choose the 3 most useful subjects you want to cover. Next, limit your initial 8 themes to the top 3 in practicability.
Practicability " can be defined in any way, i.e. volume of the prospective markets, easy writability of the books, existence or non-existence of competitors, etc. You can choose the "most practical" theme from your 3 shortlists without looking back at your 8 initial decisions. That will be the "working topic" that you can further research in relation to your own brands' marketability, contents and relevancy.
One of the strengths of the 3-stage system is its simple design. Its 3-step simplification gives it the strength to surmount the delay due to complexities and option. There is a universe of inner resistance, or Lizard Brain, as described in Dan Schawbel's interviews with Seth Godin and my former Personal Banding Blog about Steven Pressfield and Scott Belsky, which tends to prevent changes.
It is much simpler to postpone a complicated, probably tricky and time-consuming job than to postpone a straightforward one. However, easy first footsteps can often creep in under the inner resistance barrier. Progress, such as limiting your idea and focussing on the most convenient subject for further evolution and test, creates a forward dynamic, a dynamic that can surmount your inner resistance.
Obviously you would not want to hurry and subscribe to a books agreement to create or edit a workbook by completing the "Select a theme for your book" workbook. There is little or no chance; if you don't like the way your first spreadsheet turned out, please try downloading another copy, printing it out and refilling it!
Don't just think about composing a textbook, and don't overcomplicate the problems associated with getting into it. You can also choose the right theme (no need to register), use a stylus or graphite and choose the right theme to use! Parker is an writer, coaches, designers, consultants, working with writers, publishers and businessmen to succeed with branding textbooks and hands-on strategies.
It can help you produce great-looking, effective and effective promotional material that can turn any sophisticated creative job into infant step.