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Write A Book on What You Know
Joan Clout-Kruse

America’s Book Coach

I had the honor of attending the First World Women’s Forum 2007 in Seoul, Korea recently thanks to one of my clients who invited me to go with her.  Women from all around the world came to this event to learn from others and speakers came to present their unique ideas.

I met many of them including Member House of Representatives Japan; presidents, deans and professors of key Universities around the world; President of Korean Women Entrepreneurs Association and many, many more.  The one that touched my heart was the Former Member Iraqi Governing Council. She had a story to tell and so did the others. Many women dressed in their traditional country colorful garments. It was an experience I will never forget.

Isn’t that the type of book you want to write? One that people will never forget and that they find helpful. Of course we probably don’t have a memorable story like someone from Iraq, but as entrepreneurs we do have a story to tell. Stories that will help our clients find a solution to their problem—whether it be “How to keep your car in top performance in 10 easy steps, ‘ to “Remodeling your house made easy.”

Your business is unique or clients would not be going to you to get your expertise information to solve their problems.  Isn’t it time to create your book? How do you help your clients? What solutions do you provide?  Where can they get answers to their questions? Your clients get it from you!

Get that recognition you deserve and build you business? Write a book or booklet to give to your clients.  It’s a great promotional piece for your business.  Can you think of 12 problems you solve for your customers? Write them down.  Now go back and write a few keywords under each of the problems that you want to share with your clients to help them get the answers they need.

Did you write those 12 problems and solutions? Congratulations. You now have 12 chapters for your book. Or if it’s short make it a booklet. You are ready to write. Ask a buddy to review your topics.  Your buddy can also ask you questions so that you can fine-tune your book idea. 

Now start writing your expert book.  Or, get a buddy to work on the telephone with you to discuss and record each chapter.  Get a transcriber to transcribe you notes.  In no time your book idea will come to life.

Your story will be just as unique as the interesting ladies from the World Women’s Forum.  You can do it. Begin today and by the end of the week you will have the beginnings of your great book.

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Get your writing off to a great start.  Get a boost and be motivated by listening to terrific tips and techniques from the experts. Also, hear our Biz Book Breakthrough Retreat/Bootcamp plans for the October 26-28, 2007 event.

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Are you ready to write your biz book?  Come to our October 26-28, 2007 exclusive Writers Retreat for entrepreneurs, coaches, and small business professionals. Limited to 10 people. Includes 3 months of one-on-one tele-coaching AFTER the retreat. Find out more and reserve your spot at  http://www.BizBookBreakthrough.com.

What is your most burning question or challenge with writing your biz book? Ask Coach Joan, America’s Book Coach by sending an email to askjoan@bizbookbreakthrough.com

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