Writing a book is a big undertaking and something that I think people often shy away from because it feels too big. When you look at what is involved, it can seem like it is a big undertaking; however, when you look at each part as a chunk, it does and will start to feel manageable. This journal has been designed for you to assess each part of your book journey.
I liken writing a book to a bar of chocolate, although that does depend on how you devour your chocolate. Imagine if you will a large bar of unwrapped chocolate. As you look at it, you will see it is generally made up of lots of little squares. Each square is an element of writing your book. The key is to take your book a chunk at a time.
Just as I have put all of the questions into chunks.
My goal is that at the end of this process, you will see that writing a book is achievable and that you can see a way to make this a part of your day to day business.
You will get 101 questions for you to reflect on and to gain clarity, a journal, a course and videos
“It is a bird’s imagination, not its wings, that determines how high it can fly.” ― Matshona Dhliwayo
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