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Starting Your Book….One Easy Step That Will Save You Weeks of Frustration.

Posted April 17th, 2014 by Martin Presse with No Comments

Starting Your Book…One Easy Step that Will Save You Weeks of Frustration

1) Take the next 10 days and write 5 bullet points you want to talk about in each chapter.

 

For example:

Chapter Two: How to Hire Good Staff

1)      Identifying a need

2)      The interview process

3)      Understanding Personality Types

4)      Doing background checks

5)      Creating a Good Fit

 

Chapter three: Finding the Ideal Client

1)      Making the initial contact

2)      Understanding their needs

3)      Dealing with Objections

4)      Creating a need

5)      Understanding Their Budgetary Constraints

 

Once you have done this for ten chapters then you’re ready to start writing.

Chapter One is all you.

Establish your credibility

Your past successes and even some of your failures. Make sure you tell us how you grew

from those failures and how they benefited you in the long run.

Make it very clear to us how you are an expert in your industry

What will I learn by reading this book

How will my organization or life change by reading this book.

 

Last Chapter

A review of all the previous chapters highlighting the most important points. Really sell the benefits of the book and your ideas.

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