Sure, you can write a book. But can you sell one? You’re the master of the pages within, but you’ll need to think like an outsider to intrigue someone to actually crack it open.
Or perhaps you’d like to tempt your audience with a *free-free-free* chunk of your wisdom all wrapped up in a neat, digital package: an e-book. (Hey, how about a landing page to go with that?) It’ll grow your email subscriber list fast (don’t have an email list, you say?).
But if people fall asleep reading – or by just looking at the front cover – they’ll NEVER absorb those pearls you’re meant to share. And they won’t come back to buy what you’ve got to sell.
Can you relate?
Here’s to spinning your wisdom wool into content gold, so your readers will experience those breakthroughs they were meant to have with you(r brand/service/product/company).
Book Cover Copy
I came up with the title, subtitle and back cover description for the book Kindly Prioritize. It’s post-2020 self-help for the modern business person. As of yet unreleased.
Meaningful Life Center
There’ a guru-rabbi on the internet named Simon Jacobson. He’s a world-renowned lecturer, bestselling author of Toward a Meaningful Life and founder of the Meaningful Life Center. With him, I co-wrote the e-book for his MidLife Miracle Masterclass. It’s based on Viktor Frankl’s psychological approach to finding meaning in life at any age. (To purchase the full masterclass with e-book, go here.)
I was brought in to freshen up, organize and package his masterful method into a user-friendly guide. Check out some excerpts.
Have an idea for an e-book?