Part 2 of a Mini Series on Writing Your First Book
I last discussed how everyone should write a book in this day and age. It is easy, and very rewarding despite the time that you will put into it.
Having your own book is your “baby.” It is something to be proud of. If you ever built something cool with your own hands, you know what I mean. This is what writing a book is like.
Now that you made the decision to write a book, the first question should be, what will it be about? Should you write Fiction or Nonfiction?
Part 1 of a Mini Series on Writing Your First Book
As you may know, I am a bestselling author with more fiction and non-fiction books to come.
I want you to join me as an author. I will make several points on why and how throughout this series.
Writing your fist book: Should you write a book? Why?
Discovering the right revenue path for many can seem like a winding path of experiencing the feast or famine syndrome without ever achieving consistent results.
Our ability to best determine the most feasible revenue routes to our financial destination is very imperative. If we’re going to get on the right track to financial success and stay on the path, we must first position ourselves to align with opportunities that will honor our worth.
The Crazy Life of a Kid from Brooklyn by Bill Morgenstein is quite a story. This is not your typical autobiography. No. The book starts off with all the pranks you wish you did yourself in school, and then continues from there. In fact, Bill never stops! His antics get funnier and funnier as time goes on.
Originally, his childhood dream was to play baseball for the New York Yankees, but from reading this book, you would think he was destined as a stand-up comedian.
Bill, went on to get his bachelors degree in Finance & Banking from the University of Alabama, while playing baseball as often as time permitted. After his degree, he served a term in the military in Korea. Afterward, he began working for a shoe company and eventually became the President of the Kitty Kelly Shoe Company running a chain of shoe stores while at the young age of 35; after which he formed an import-export shoe company eventually doing $55 million in volume. This gets crazy with all sorts of real life stories, good and bad.
Perhaps he should have been a detective as he caught a bank employee stealing from the nightly business cash deposits.
There are a number of stories to go on, but probably the simplest thing to do is to read the book: The Crazy Life of a Kid from Brooklyn from Amazon. Get seated in your comfy chair with your favorite drink, and then get prepared to laugh and guffaw your way through the sections. I did.
Enjoy this book, and a different view of life at the same time.
By the way, I am still laughing about his antics at the prom. Sensational stuff. Get and read this book, and please feel free to share anything with me.
If you like pleasure reading, and you enjoy zoning into a good read that you cannot put down, check out The Good, Bad and Gold: The Pursuit. This was a labor of love of ten years in the making. I am well into Book 2 (Dark Horizons). I am also working on an Expanded Edition of The Pursuit with a pre-history of the Imen. It’s a work in progress, so let’s see how that all comes together. (Remember to give a nice review, too!)
If you want to get some of the simplest and easiest basics of sales, then check out Easy Sales Procedures. You’re gonna say, hey, this is so basic…this is too easy… Yeah, well, I get that a lot.–You need the building foundation in place before you add any floors, right? Check it out and let me know how you like it. Better yet, how about a nice review?
If you want to read one of the most craziest stories you ever heard, then you gotta check out: The Crazy Life of a Kid From Brooklyn by Bill Morgenstein. You will NOT believe the wild antics this guy gets into! And it’s a true story!–And I still can’t stop laughing about the prom! (Did I say that twice?) Insane!
Thanks, and remember:
YOU can make life better for yourself and everyone: Choose Wisely!
Steven Butala is a professional online land entrepreneur and has bought, sold and/or flipped over 15,000 properties, establishing him as an expert in the real estate investing field. Since 1999, he has generated more than 20 million dollars without incurring leverage or taking on debt and currently holds properties all over the country and Canada.
Mitch Russo says, “Go invisible and Profit!” He co-founded Timeslips Corp, which grew to become the largest time tracking software company in the world before it was sold in 1998. Then, Mitch went on to join long-time friend Chet Holmes as President; later to join forces with Tony Robbins and together created Business Breakthroughs, International with nearly 300 people and about $25M in sales.