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How self-reflection can help you prepare for writing a book in 2023

By Debbie Nichol

Back in 2007, I tentatively opened my shiny new textbooks at the beginning of a journey to complete a degree with the Open University. It was a hugely challenging and rewarding experience, both personally and academically, and 11 years after starting the first round of modules, I...

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So you think you have a business book in you. What’s stopping you from writing it?

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So you think you have a business book in you. What’s stopping you from writing it?
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by Beverley Glick

Whenever I share a post on social media about writing a business book, I often receive comments from business owners telling me that they think they’ve got a book in them or an idea for a book is slowly forming in the back of their minds. The implication, however, is often...

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Why writing a book doesn't have to be a solo activity - the value of teamwork

 

By Beverley Glick

When you first decide to write a book to promote your business, you probably won’t be thinking about the details of how you’re going to get it done. At this stage it’s still an exciting idea – and you can’t wait to get started. But when you...

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Why you need a guide to help you write your business book

By Beverley Glick

I wonder what goes through the mind of a mountaineer who decides to tackle Everest? After all, no matter how many climbers reach its peak, the ascent remains a potentially life-threatening endeavour, even with the help of highly experienced Sherpas.

Writing a business book is,...

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Discover and unlock your Three Companions: courage, compassion and wisdom - by Dr Joan van den Brink

A close friend has lacked confidence most of her life. If she had to speak up in meetings, she would get so anxious that her voice trembled as she spoke. On one occasion she was so fearful that she had a panic attack and had to leave the meeting. Fast forward two years, she is calmer and more...

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Me, my book and how to be a people person - by Lara Cullen

Some people have always known they’d write a book; others have no desire to, or they know with just as much certainty that they never will. And then there’s a middle gang – those who are drawn to the idea but question whether they’ve got it in them.

Until I wrote How to be...

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8 smart ways to maintain momentum after your book is published

8 great ways to maintain your marketing momentum.

A lot of effort often goes into promoting a book when it’s first published. And whilst publishers are great at publishing, they’re not always big on marketing and rarely there for the long haul when it comes to promotion.

So, as the...

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Why you shouldn't be writing a bestselling business book.

Why you shouldn’t be writing a bestselling business book

In my life as a publisher of books to support businesses, I have lost count of the number of times someone has said to me, ‘How do I get my book to be an Amazon bestseller?’ Or ‘How do I get on to the New York Times...

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Why is writing a book so hard? And other FAQs...

skills and motivation Jun 18, 2021

I’m not a seasoned author, but I have written three books. I finished the first one 15 years ago (it remains unpublished); the second was a short e-book about storytelling that I published on Kindle a few years ago; the third is a work in progress. But, in my capacity as a developmental...

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5 ways a book will save your business after Covid

“This hasn’t been a great year for speakers.”

If ever there was an understatement, this was it. I blinked as my prospective author’s gaze slipped down to his coffee cup and then back up to meet mine. I felt his pain. In fact, I rather wished I could reach through the cold...

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