When is the Best Time to Write Your Book?
Aug 19, 2020
A wise sage once answered the question:
When is the best time to plant a tree? His answer was: "The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago...and the second best time is now."
The same goes for your book. Your book is like a seed, a gift you are given. It is up to you to plant it! Some people carry that seed around for years, sometimes their whole lives, and never plant it! Can you imagine the negative impact of never getting your book out?
Now imagine what would open up for you if you did.
Planting your 'book seed' can be as simple as showing up and writing it, however it takes the appropriate conditions and strategy to grow it.
Here I've interviewed three of our success story Authors:
Jodi, Judy, and Todd who wrote non-fiction books and are in different stages in their book writing/publishing journey.
Notice that they started by simply deciding that NOW is the right time, no matter what was going on around them!
With simple, inspired action, they saw massive results.
Check out the interview now to learn more about their journey of planting their 'book seeds.'
I'm sharing an A to Z strategy for writing, publishing, and launching your book, starting Monday August 24th.
Our community would love to celebrate you getting your book done during these extraordinary times so you can get your transformational story or idea into the hands of more people!
Here's what you can expect:
- Become transformed in the process (if you show up and do the simple steps:).
- Gain INSTANT credibility publishing a professional book.
- Get more "Yeses" in your business.
- More opportunities opening up for speaking and collaboration.
- Gain a wonderful Author community that's got your back... and me. :)
Join us before we start Monday!
In Abundance & Joy,
Register now for the Challenge and let's rise in community!
Christine Gail is a keynote speaker, story breakthrough leadership strategist, and book publishing coach. Her #1 best-selling book Unleash Your Rising, endorsed by Jack Canfield, Les Brown, and John Assaraf, includes research on intention, leadership tips, and is a source of inspiring insight on how to move past your comfort zones and ignite your story. She enjoys mentoring Authors, Speakers, and Coaches on the transformational power of their stories and how to reach more people through their books.