Today, we’re going to talk about how to write a book when you’re busy as hell.
In this series, we’ve talked about 7 things writing a book’s going to give you (and 3 things it won’t). We’ve talked about the 5 necessary (and 1 optional) steps in writing your book. And we’ve talked about the 3 things you’re going to need to be “ready”.
In our final installment, we’re talking about fitting writing your book into your existing life, business and schedule.
Today, as promised, I’m going to tell you the three things you need to have in place before you’re ready to write a book.
Everything else is optional.
EVERYTHING else is optional.
Once these three things are in place, you’re ready to go.
Let’s do this.
Can I be honest for a moment?
I am overwhelmed by the urge to say, “Previously, on Naomi’s series” like as if it was the beginning of a TV show.
I begrudgingly accept that it wouldn’t work as well in text as it works on ER when George Clooney says it.
Anyway, yesterday I promised that in this instalment of ER Naomi’s email series, we’d talk about what’s involved in writing a book. With, like, steps and stuff.
Shall we begin?
The 5 Necessary and 1 Optional Steps to Writing a Book for Business