If you’ve been on the fence about publishing your first nonfiction book, it's natural to feel overwhelmed by the thought of all that goes into brainstorming, writing, and publishing it.
I can remember my own feelings and discouragement back in 2007 when I never thought I could publish a book, and here I am 16 years later and with 19 books under my belt (and over 230 client-authors).
Its hurdles like these that prevent many entrepreneurs and leaders from never starting (or finishing) their first book, which is a shame because chances are your book could help a lot of people.
But not if it never gets published.
This is why I have focused 100% of my energy for the past five years on helping business owners and corporate leaders make the monumental leap from “book idea” to “book author.”
In my opinion, a short book (~100 pages) is an ideal choice for first-time authors and here are a few reasons why I feel so strongly about this.
Short books are powerful “conversation starters” and as such, they allow you to share helpful information in “bite sized chunks.”
Short books allow you to focus on delivering your message with clarity and brevity, which readers appreciate.
Short books are more likely to be read in one sitting, increasing engagement and the likelihood they will continue on the reader path you’ve set in your book.
Short books are (a lot) less daunting to write, especially when you follow my step-by-step “recipe” for short, helpful books.
Short books have a lower production cost compared to longer ones which means you can achieve your goal of creating something valuable without breaking the bank.
If you’ve always wanted to write that first book, but have yet to do so, I have a simple, clear system where you work directly with me to make it (finally) happen.