Well, for one thing, it's great to see your name on the cover of a book.
It gives you a huge ego boost and really makes you feel like you've accomplished something.
But there's a much greater reason why it's important to start writing and publishing your own books.
The practical reason you should write a book is that it positions you as an expert.
Nothing says "expert" like a book published under your name.
You're no longer just a business owner or freelancer, but a published author.
Through your book, you can demonstrate to the world that you have special expertise and can share it.
You can take what you know and put it out there for others to use.
It really makes you "somebody."
Once your book is published, you're now a credible authority in your field.
This will result in all kinds of benefits to your business far beyond the profit the book brings in directly through sales.
People will see your book and start to follow you on social media or read your blog.
They'll come to your website to see what other valuable information you have to offer.
They may want to collaborate with you or invite you to speaking engagements.
A book is a door that opens up to a whole world of opportunity.
Why is it so urgent that you start right now?
Because your competition may already be writing books.
If they're not, you can be the first in your niche and your books will set you apart among the competition.
It all starts with setting a goal.
Decide exactly when you'll publish your first book, and then get started on planning it.
I've created a course that shows you how to publish your first non-fiction book, from the initial idea to the final touches.
The course shows you step-by-step how to write a valuable, high-quality book that your audience will love.
And, throughout the course, you'll complete assignments at the end of each section so that you'll be actually making progress as you learn.