How Changing Your Book Writing Approach From Sharing Your Story to Solving a Client's Problem Changes Everything

#clients writing Sep 22, 2021
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Jasmine Womack
How Changing Your Book Writing Approach From Sharing Your Story to Solving a Client's Problem Changes Everything
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Many coaches make the mistake of assuming that if they are writing a book, then it has to be deeply profound, emotional, and include intimate details of their personal story. The fact of the matter is, this couldn't be furthest from the truth.

As an emerging powerhouse coach, your first and foremost priority should be increasing your visibility, establishing yourself as a credible and verified authority in your industry, generating leads, and turning those leads into sales.

And there's no better way to do this than by writing a book where you share frameworks, background knowledge, and coaching strategies with your readers.

Here are 3 ways that changing your book writing approach will transform your coaching future:

  1. Write your book to create authority positioning. When you write a book to "share your story", then you become like 80% of authors who take time to write books about themselves. These type of books typically do not sell, don't help anyone, and will not help you grow your...
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3 Things You Need to Legally Protect Yourself When Writing a Book

legal writing Apr 27, 2018
Hi Power Player!
 
We are talking about legal protections...What you need to keep others from stealing your work, from selling your work without you getting paid, to registering your work under their name, and all those types of things.
These tips I am going to share are very simple, but they are very important because they will determine the future of not only your book, but your business. I would hate for you to sign over the rights to your book and when it takes off, somebody is able to make a profit off of your work and you have absolutely no idea what’s actually going on.

1. Get your copyright.

You need a copyright. I would suggest that you don’t get it from a third-party website. You actually can go to copyright.gov. You want to make sure you copyright your work in your name. This is a service I give to my clients in my publishing company. I copyright their books under their name so they have all rights to their work. But you can also do it yourself; one...
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