Do You Have Book Ambition?

You know that pull that comes over you when you read a book?

It sounds like this:

  • I could write something like this.
  • If I had a book, it would be a lot easier to get speaking gigs and new clients.
  • There’s a story I need to tell and information I am meant to share.
  • I’ve always wanted to be published.

Having a professional looking book with your name on the cover is the ultimate testament to your wisdom, achievement, and knowledge. Writing a book makes you proud in a worthy way, because it’s a big accomplishment. Authors get respect and attention. They outshine their competition, even in a crowded niche.

However, there’s a lot of misinformation out there about books

Over the last few years everyone and her brother are offering courses and short cuts to help you become a best-selling author in just a few hours. They all say how easy it is.


You weren’t born yesterday and neither was I. We both know that today’s marketplace is filled with some pretty crummy books. No one is buying them because they are full of typos, poorly written, or just a rehash of stale ideas.

What to Know the truth?

Writing a book people want to read takes a lot of work. It requires time and effort.

Your book is you, preserved on paper. It may even outlive you.

Of course you want your book to be your very best, especially when you are using it to grow your business and represent your brand.

If you want to write a book that people want to buy, that changes lives, that solves a problem, and that highlights your very best, you are in the right place.


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