ask the book mentor
There are many things to think about when you’re writing a book, and often it can feel overwhelming.
Where do you start?
What are the steps on the journey?
How do you get published?
Which are the best ways to market your book?
How much will it cost?
These are all valid and important questions and the one I want to answer today is this:
One of the questions that I’ve been asked for the Ask The Book Mentor webinars is this:
Should I write a book when I’m struggling to get one-to-one clients?
This is a really great question.
It is difficult to know when to make the decision to write a book. Some people feel like they need to do other things before they can start. They may still be getting clear on their message, their client base and what they are delivering. Continue reading