How to Speak Your Book

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Many entrepreneurs don’t believe they are writers. However, they want to become authors because they know a book gives them expert status.

How to Speak Your Book

Becoming an authority or thought leader in their industry will help them grow their businesses.

This leaves them in a quandary. They want and need a book but don’t feel they can write it.

If you are one of these business owners, stop stressing! If you can speak, you can write. And if you can speak about your business, you can write a book that helps generate increased income.

Better yet, if you can speak about the issues your customers and clients most often want you to solve or the questions they most often want you to answer, you can write a book that will attract more customers and clients, thereby boosting your business’s bottom line.

How is that possible? You can speak your book.Continue Reading

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