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Today is World Book Day. It’s a day we normally reflect on our favourite books we’ve read. And rightfully so, it’s truly remarkable that for the cost of a cup of coffee we can access the ideas, stories, facts and fantasies of brilliant thinkers from arround the world and throughout history.
I know you must have dozens of favourite books that have spoken to you over the years and changed your perspective on life. However there’s something remarkable I’ve learned from personal experience and from seeing over 900 of our clients become authors, and that is:
I believe that you have a book in you (or maybe several).
Your experiences, your insights, your stories and your views about the future are valuable and unique and deserve to be written down.
I know that if you find the courage and conviction to write and publish a book it will be one of the best things you ever do. Your book will go out and meet people on your behalf. It will build relationships for you, at scale. It will demonstrate your authority within your area of expertise. It will also be around, speaking to people for many years into the future – probably beyond your lifetime.
I also know we live in a world of hyper-consumption. There are a million books you could read, a million shows to watch and a million products to buy – but there’s a lot more joy in creating rather than consuming.
Creating a book, when done right, is a joyful and rewarding experience.
This World Book Day, honour the authors who’ve spoken to you and reflect on the book you can and should put out into the world.
March 7, 2019 at 06:57AM
Forbes – Entrepreneurs