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7 Exciting Things to Do When You Write Your Book
by: Earma Brown

7 Exciting Reasons to Write a Book this Year!Are you tired of waiting for something exciting to happen in your life? Don't wait any longer; take destiny in your own hands. Join the list of authors who finally created some excitement in their life by writing their very own book?

Would it excite you to receive a growing monthly income from a book you wrote? How exciting would it be to fund a much needed vacation with the additional income stream your book created for you? Most people are excited when their appointment book is filled with cream of the crop clients that don't mind paying top dollar for their services as an expert author. Still not convinced you get to do exciting things when you write your book? Here are 7 more exciting things you get to do after you write your book:

1. Rise above the rest. If you've been looking for a way to rise above your competition, writing a book will elevate you above your competitors without a book. Do a good job with your book, promote it and it may catapult you into stardom.

2. Charge higher fees. Writing a book elevates you to expert level. You gain instant credibility just by having author behind your name? And that added credibility gives you the power to increase your fees to expert level up to 400% and more.

3. Change people's perspective of you. Are you dissatisfied with the way people treat you. Does someone always perceive your opinion as less than your friend or work associate? A client of mine said, "My colleagues didn't take my views serious until my book came out. Now, I'm constantly asked what I think about the problems that come up."

 

4. Choose only the cream of the crop clients. Your cream of the crop clients respect you as an expert author and come to you for solutions. They value your expertise and don't mind paying to benefit from your knowledge.

5. Create the magic pill. Offer solutions to your audience. Offer the magic pill with simple steps to solve a problem in your field. Every one loves it when we get simple solutions to our problems. Get this right and you could have a best seller. Do you know the solution to a vexing problem? Write the solution in your book. You might be surprised at who's searching for a little relief.

6. Travel the world. Does travel excite you? For some, it excites them to go to new cities or to a country they've never been before. Well, pack your bags! Writing your book opens the door of opportunity to go places you've never been before. Add speaking about your book's topic to your list of services and watch even more new doors and opportunities for you open.

7. Produce a 24 hour salesman. Write your book and watch it become your hardest working salesman. It doesn't require any time off or sick leave. If promoted properly and set up on the Internet, it just keeps going and going like the Energizer bunny.

Are you excited about the possibilities waiting for you on the other side of completing your book yet? Don't keep waiting for excitement to happen to you. You could be this time next year looking for that experience. Go ahead; write your very own book. Then jump around and get excited about the wonderful things you get to do. Here's to seeing your name in print!

About Earma Brown

Earma Brown, 12 Book Authorpreneur, Book CoachEarma Brown, known by many as the Book Coach, “teaches experts and professioals who are impacting the world how to uplevel their message and mission with a saleable book.” Using her signature book 'Write Your Best Book Now' and writing course '100 Days To A Book', she is practicing what she preaches. She enjoys reading novels, writing books and collecting movies especially girlie movies...More Articles From Earma Brown

 

 

 




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