You feel it when you see others struggling as you have — the burden of knowledge and experience that could benefit them.
And the frustration of keeping that buried treasure to yourself is worse than the challenge of becoming an author.
You’re just not quite sure how to write a self-help book of your own.
But you’re ready to learn.
Writers and helping professionals often have a deep well of reflection and experience to draw from. And when we’ve benefited from books others have written, who can blame us for wanting to pay it forward?
There are thousands of readers who are hungry for the inspiration, motivation, and strategies you can offer them.
The self-improvement book industry is “an $800 million market that’s growing 6% per year,” according to Market Research.com.
I love this genre so much, I’ve authored over two dozen self-help books — several that were bestsellers, and one that became a Wall Street Journal Bestseller.
And the best way to get the same results with your book idea is to follow the steps laid out in this post.
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How to Write a Self-Help Book
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