In the previous post, I explained why you need to write a business book about you and your company. Now I’m going to educate you about the reason the world needs that book about your company.
In 2012, I ghosted a book for a Fortune 500 CEO who was 36 years old at the time. I will call him Chris. By the time I met him, Chris was in the process of creating his fifth business. As each one had made him a fortune, he would sell it off and move on to creating something new.
At age 19, he had a mentor who taught him valuable lessons that many businesspeople don’t learn until a head full of gray hair proves their well-earned wisdom. The dynamics he learned, along with an amazing aptitude for everything business was nothing short of genius. He owed his success to his mentor, the fact that he was driven with a never-give-up attitude to succeed, and a belief in himself and his ability.
Within 20 minutes of talking to Chris about why he was able to be so successful multiple times when eight out of 10 businesses fail within 18 months, I knew he had to write a book. His story would benefit millions of people all over the world whose greatest desire in life was to be a successful entrepreneur but had no clue how to begin.
I Envisioned His Book reaching the kid in Podunk, Kansas or Hellhole, Ohio with stars in his or her eyes, a terrific idea, and the brains to match, and all that is missing is the book explaining how to do it with the encouragement they need.
I Bet – No, I Know – that there are lots of business people out there who have written their own ticket to the stars of success. They are living their dream. Maybe it’s you. There are lots of books on the shelves about how to make it in business and each of them are as different and unique as the various people who wrote them. There’s always room for one more.
Why not yours? What is your unique story? How did you become successful?
Share your knowledge, expertise, secrets, and encouragement. Become a business guru. You’ve earned it. And someone waits for the know how only you can give.
Let’s talk about it. Then let’s do it.