Writing A Book That Guides Your Reader Step By Step From Problem To Solution-zuczug

There are a number of easy ways to write a book. And for any expert or business owner, be.ing an author is essential. DOn’t wait for the right alignment of stars or for life to get easier, which it never will. Discover one of the easiest methods for how to write a book…and start writing! The good news is that it is easier than ever to publish a book without spending a fortune or taking years writing proposals and being rejected by publishers. But before you concern yourself with publishing options, you need to write the book. There are several simple ways for how to write a book. One of them is to write a step-by-step book. When you write a step-by-step book, you take your reader by the hand and show them how to get from their problem to their perfect answer. I’ll give you an example shortly. But first, I have to direct your attention to something really important, because I want your success. Before I show you the specifics of writing your steps book, I want to make sure you avoid the biggest mistakes that plague would-be authors. * Waiting for the "right time": I don’t know what this "right time" is; it never .es. Because it’s nebulous, by the time you wait for the kids to be out of school or the stars to be aligned in a particular pattern, something else will .e up to make life busy again. So you’ll kid yourself into thinking life will somehow "slow down" and let you write your book. You have to seize the moment. * Perfectionism: If you’re waiting for the book to be "perfect", you’ll be in your grave before you’re an author. Nothing’s ever perfect. Get over yourself and get it done! * Not making be.ing an author a priority: How can you be.e an author if you never finish the book? You are losing business every single day that you are not a published author. Think about the fact that authors are esteemed and respected above non-authors and you realize why writing your book is mission critical. * Writing about a topic instead of a solution. This isn’t high school and you’re not writing a term paper. You want to write a book your ideal customers or "target audience" will want to read. That means writing about solutions to problems. Now you’re able to avoid the typical mistakes, so you are miles ahead of the rest. Now you get to see how easy it is for you to guide your reader from problem to solution. Any expert or business owner who writes a nonfiction book needs to be sure it is something that people will actually pay to read. Otherwise, why bother. The steps book is really valuable to the reader. Since you are providing a "trail of breadcrumbs" that take your reader one step at a time, you are definitely creating a book of value. Why is the steps book such a good idea for any expert or business owner? Because your potential customer has big problems or desires and is searching for solutions. Think about this. Your potential customer is in some sort of pain or distress. They have the kind of problem that you solve every single day with your expertise in your business. Your problem-solution book will take on one of two "tones." 1. Your book concept could arise from the answer to "how do you do that?" Examples include how to grow prize-winning tomatoes or how to groom your dog. 2. Your book will address the solution to a big problem that keeps the reader up nights worrying and grinding their teeth. Depending on the arena of your expertise and/or the type of business you run will dictate which tone or direction you will take in your steps book. And good news…Writing the steps book is really easy. Here’s how. Step 1: Identify a problem "big enough" to attract your ideal customers to your book. The problem your book solves should be a big one. You don’t want to focus on a minor irritation or annoyance for your potential customer. For example, I may find hang nails annoying, but I’m not losing sleep over it, and this situation isn’t big enough to warrant buying a book. Step 2: Write out the overall path, or steps, from problem to solution. This isn’t rocket science, but you do want to be specific. You want to guide the reader, without missing any steps or skipping over any material. Before you start writing, show your steps to colleagues or even customers. As someone who has already solved the problem, sometimes it’s difficult to remember what it was like while you were in the middle of it. Maybe you haven’t quite realized it yet, but now that you have your trail of breadcrumbs, you have the chapters of your book. You’re closer than ever to being an author! Step 3: This is the obvious step. Now that you have your chapters identified, it’s time to write. Armed with your outline, your steps, now you simply get busy and write. You might choose to let a new customer read your book before you publish it so that they can tell you where you were too vague, where you skipped over things that are obvious to an experienced person but not to a newbie, etc. Let a few people "field test" or "beta test" your book. That way, you’ll find and fix any holes or f.otten pieces before your book hits ink. And that’s it. You now know how to write a step-by-step book. I look forward to hearing from you and reading your book! About the Author: 相关的主题文章: