Make Love to Your Business

February is the month of love. It is a time when relationships are highlighted and connections are celebrated. It is a time when great emphasis is placed on self-care and emotional well-being. Is all this love manifesting in your business? If not, it’s time to learn how to make love to your business.

How to Make Love to Your Business

  1. Revisit your mission and vision. When you first start up your business, most business owners spend a little time hashing out a solid mission and vision statement. Unfortunately, as you begin working in your business, the original business plan (or battered napkin) is usually where those statements are left unless required to input on some random application form. Time to dust off those statements to determine if they’re still meaningful. Your mission and vision should relay the passion and purpose of your business. You should be able to easily commit them to memory and rattle them off to any and everybody who will listen. These statements should convey some emotion that readily identifies and attracts your target market. If this isn’t happening, either you’re in the wrong business or it’s time to rework your message.
  2. Review your technology. Is your website still working or does it need a little maintenance? Does your Facebook fan page need a face lift? Are you taking advantage of the newest advertising features on Twitter? Does your sales funnel need some tweaking and automation? Look at what you’re doing and how you’re doing it. Can anything be done more efficiently? Upgrade software to be more productive and redesign your online image with a fresher look.
  3. Reconnect with your customers. In business, your existing customers are often the source of your most revenue. It is so much easier to sell to someone who has already purchased in the past. When was the last time you reached out to current and past customers to provide them with something useful or fresh? Have you offered any incentives or loyalty programs for being valued customers? Do you have a referral mechanism to reward customers who send you new business? Have you asked a former client out for coffee? Take time to strengthen relationships with your existing customers and watch your profits grow.

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A little TLC, Tender Loving Care, goes a long way. Spend some effort reviving your business this month, and every month.  Any time is a great time to show your business some love.  When you make love to your business, it reflects back that love tenfold with an increased return on investment (ROI).  That’s more money in your pockets!

How are you making love to your business this month? Please let us know in the comments below. If you found this post helpful, please do share it with your networks.

Do all Likes matter?

Social media is a great way to connect with family and friends; however, an interesting like_buttonphenomenon has completely taken over social media making it one of the most magnetic and effective marketing tools.  As an advertising medium, one can grow their platform and easily expand their brand by leaps and bounds with very little effort nor any real marketing know-how. This is especially true of Facebook where small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs seem completely obsessed with gathering as many “Likes” as they can for their fan pages.

Fan page owners need Likes in order to take advantage of many of the more advanced Facebook page features such as Insights and promoted posts.  Likes are also how what you post on your fan page gets seen.  Your Facebook fan page posts will only appear on timelines of those who have shown interest in what you have to offer.  This means that the more people who like your page, the more people who will be exposed to your content.

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Many fan page owners in their desperation to gain more likes, often turn to Like Ladders or join groups whose sole purpose is to trade likes for likes.  Others may even opt to buy likes, a strategy that is often very much frowned upon and considered cheating. A Like Ladder is a post thread started within a group or on a person’s timeline that specifically requests fan page owners to post the full length URL of their Facebook fan page as a comment to the original post. Each participant posting his or her fan page is expected to like the fan pages posted by all other participants.

Although all the above practices will boost your likes in the short-term, the question remains whether all those random likes really matter in the grand scheme of your marketing plan?  It seems the answer isn’t quite a simple yes or no.

As mentioned above, you need likes both to gain access to advanced marketing tools as well as to reach a wider audience. Unfortunately, complicated Facebook algorithms have made it more difficult for fan page owners to be seen even by those who do like their pages. Furthermore, can those who are somehow getting through Facebook’s smoke and mirrors be considered “quality” leads? More often than not, that answer is a big negative. Only likes that result in quality leads should matter. So what is a small business owner or aspiring entrepreneur to do to get more likes that really matter? Get strategic!

As with any other element of your business, you need to create a strategic plan around your soclike-for-like-ladderial media marketing. This includes intentional methods to gain more likes.  You need likes but what you need more is quality leads. To ensure your likes become leads and eventually convert to sales, first consider your target market.  Who is your ideal customer and how do you serve them? Every piece of content you post should be in direct response to these questions. Develop a content calendar to stay on top of posting on a consistent basis. Get in the habit of sharing your Facebook fan page posts to your personal timeline as well as in relevant groups you participate in regularly.  You will find that you will start attracting some likes organically.

Secondly, utilize Facebook’s robust marketing tools to increase the amount of targeted traffic you attract to your fan pages. Beyond promoted posts, you can also create Facebook ads.  Facebook’s ad feature is not only inexpensive, it is also highly customizable to your needs. You can get really specific with exactly who you want to see your content. The more targeted your ads are, the more likely you will attract likes from your ideal customers. Also, as your ideal customers are attracted to your pages, they are more likely to engage with your content than those who randomly like your page with no real interest. Engagement directly corresponds to relevancy.  That higher level of engagement makes a big difference in how visible your business fan page becomes to others because of how relevant its content is considered among your target audience.

You can definitely still benefit from Like Ladders and sharing groups; however, the same rules should apply. Choose only to participate in Like Ladders and sharing groups that cater to your target market. This strategy is pretty simple for B2B product and service providers given that most participants in these likes for likes sharing strategies are typically other business owners.  Even so, the key to success here remains consistent, relevant content that caters to a specific target market. You determine if all likes matter.

What do you think about Like Ladders?  Do you participate in them?  Chime in on the comments below to let us know what you think.  If you found this post valuable, please share with your networks.

5 Ways to Earn Cash Blogging for Your Business

Blogging is a great way to create a passive income.  Blogging allows you to share your Earn Cash Blogging For Your Businessthoughts, ideas, and expertise on a particular subject.  Aspiring entrepreneurs seeking an easy entry into their industry may have great success writing to earn cash blogging.

There are blogs for almost every interest area imaginable.  There are many bloggers earning a viable income from their online musings.  Some of the most popular blogs are pulling in annual revenue of several million dollars.  In fact, some of these blogs, like Mashable and Huffington Post, have established themselves as viable media sources and earn greater than $10,000 every day!

You can earn cash blogging for your business too.  It’s not that difficult.  You just need to figure out what you want to blog about (your niche) and then get to writing.  As you build content, think about ways you can monetize it so you can earn cash blogging.  To get you started, here are five ways you can earn cash blogging.  Some of these methods will provide an instant return but other take a while to really create a significant income. As we always say, the hardest part is to start.

5 Way to Earn Cash Blogging for Your Business

  1. Google Adsense: This is a free, simple way for website publishers of all sizes to earn money by displaying targeted Google ads on their websites. As a blogger, you can join Google Adsense to share in the advertising revenue generated from ads displayed on your blog. You will place a snippet of code into your blog, usually in a sidebar or footer area, that automatically displays text, images, video, or other interactive media ads that are targeted to your specific content or audience. This is an easy, no-brainer win for you to earn cash blogging for your business.
  2. Affiliate partnerships: This is slightly different from Google Adsense in that links and ads are to specific merchants, products, or services rather than displayed purely based on content or audience. You will earn cash blogging by signing up for affiliate programs through merchants that offer relevant products and services to your blog content. For instance, if your blog is about your travels, you can join an affiliate program like Paycation and use your affiliate link to promote hotels you recommend or to help your readers find the best flights. When your readers buy from your affiliate sites, you will earn commissions from the purchase.
  3. Display ads: This is a little harder as it requires you to do some upfront selling directly to the merchant. You can sell sections of your blog, again usually the sidebars or footers, to advertisers who have products or services of interest to your audience.  These display ads can be text, images, video, or whatever medium you’d like. Typically, you would set constraints on the size and length of time the ad can be displayed on your website. A standard agreement is a $25 – $100 monthly payment for a 200×200 pixel ad space.  You can charge more depending on the number of site visitors or impressions you can guarantee the advertiser.
  4. Product reviews and referrals: This strategy is a goldmine to earn cash blogging.  There are a lot of perks in addition to cash when you blog product reviews.  Based on your niche, you may be contacted by companies seeking brand exposure or new product testing.  These companies will actually ship you free merchandise to try out in hopes that you will write a favorable review that will then be seen by your loyal readers. Bloggers have received everything from free household cleaning products to brand new cars to try out and review on their websites. Take your product reviews a step further by including your Amazon affiliate link directly to the product reviewed so readers can buy on demand.
  5. Donation buttons: This is an interesting strategy that can lead to small trickles of passive income over time.  If your blog helps people to gain access to valuable resources or transform their lives in some way, this can be a great method to earn cash blogging.  You can grab a donate button code from an online merchant account provider like PayPal to suggest small donation amounts, usually $5 or so, with some catchy language like, “if you got value, buy me a beer”.  Another strategy to get people to donate is to explain what the donations are going toward, like hosting fees, etc. You will see this model a lot for app developers and gaming sites. This is also a great strategy for cause-related, educational blogs.

There are many other ways to earn cash blogging.  The most important thing to remember is that whatever methods you use to monetize your blog should be relevant to the content you publish.  Your readers will only click on your links if they find the ads add value to their experience.

We’d love to hear how you earn cash blogging?  Please comment below and if you found this post helpful, please share with your networks.

3 Social Media Business Profiles Every Entrepreneur Must Have

Internet marketing is one of the most important activities you can do to build your business fast.  These days. almost everyone has access to the internet either on their personal 3 Social Media Business Profiles Every Entrepreneur Needscomputer, at work or school, or in the palm of their hands with a data connected device.  It just makes sense to use this powerful platform to market your business products and services to potential customers.  Social media is the easiest internet marketing tool to do exactly that.

There are hundreds of social media platforms out there.  There are microblogging platforms like Twitter, image platforms like Instagram, and even video platforms such as Vibe and YouTube.  As an aspiring entrepreneur or bootstrapping business owner, how do you choose which of these social media platforms will make the most strategic sense for your specific business and marketing needs?

Just as anything else in entrepreneurship, the hardest part is just to start.  To get you started, there are really just 3 primary social media platforms your business must be on to begin building your internet marketing strategy.  As you grow and learn more about your dream customers’ needs and interests, you will be able to further expand your online marketing strategy to include additional, relevant social media platforms.

3 Social Media Business Profiles Every Entrepreneur Must Have

  1. Facebook is a social media platform that allows you to easily connect with friends and family.  Almost everyone has a Facebook profile and most other social media platforms are integrated with Facebook to allow easy, one-click, universal login.  Your business can take advantage of Facebook by creating both fan pages and groups.  Your Facebook fan page should be named using your own name, if you are the face of your brand, or the company name.  Fully build out the fan page profile by including the address and other contact information as well as a full description in the “About” section. You may also want to integrate additional tools like vCita’s appointment setting tool that will become an easy call-to-action tab on your fan page allowing potential customers to connect with you directly.  Groups are a highly effective customer attraction tool that when used correctly can lead to massive lead generation with very little concentrated effort.  Building Bridges Consulting helps small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs set up Facebook groups to take advantage of this powerful marketing method.
  2. Google+, or Google Plus, is a social sharing platform owned by Google.  Google+ is an often overlooked tool without good reason. Since Google actually owns this social media platform, any content posted to it is indexed by this powerful search engine within seconds.  We’ve tested this with our own posts and have seen instant results for very broad keywords and phrases.  It works!  Use hashtags for your selected keywords to maximize the effectiveness of internet marketing via this social media platform.
  3. LinkedIn is a professional networking site.  Every person who uses LinkedIn understands that it is meant for business.  This works in your favor for a couple of reasons.  First, it cuts down on the need to hide your true motives behind wanting to establish a relationship with them.  Not only is it assumed that each person on LinkedIn is there to expand their career in some way, it is actually expected and encouraged.  Second, almost half (49%) of LinkedIn users report having an annual household income of over $100,000.  This means that over 100,000,000 people using this social media platform are most likely able to pay your prices. LinkedIn can also be used in many of the ways that Facebook can.  You can create a business profile and host groups aimed directly at your target market.

Your social media strategy can start off very simple by creating at least these three social media business profiles.  Each platform has many benefits including direct access to your dream customers.  Once you have become familiar with how to incorporate these social media platforms into your internet marketing efforts, you can then move on to additional social media tools that will further expand your brand.

Building Bridges Consulting can help!  If you need support to figure out exactly what to put on your social media business profiles or how to use groups to easily capture and convert sales leads, request a free Business Breakthrough strategy session today.

What social media platforms have you found to be most valuable in your online marketing efforts?  Let us know in the comments below.  If you found value in this post, please share with your network.

5 Things Your Website or Blog Needs for Business Success

One of the first things you’re told as a small business owner or aspiring entrepreneur is Website Elements for Your Business Successthat you have to have a website.  You not only need a website but you need a website that gets found by the search engines and is complete with all the bells and whistles that will attract and maintain the attention of your website visitors.  Not only do you have to have all this, but you have to have a powerful method to convert website visitors into paying customers.

This long laundry list of must-haves can be overwhelming to the average entrepreneur who may have little or no technical savvy or web design know-how.  Because of this huge skill gap, too many small business owners hesitate to create and activate a website thinking that it can’t be done until all of these pieces are in place.  But how when you’re bootstrapping your operations and don’t have the cash flow to invest in high quality web design?

No worries.  While all of these website design elements can be helpful, you don’t need all of them right away to achieve any type of business success.  You can get by with a few critical pieces and upgrade later as your business grows. This post outlines exactly what your website or blog needs for business success.

5 Things Your Website or Blog Needs for Business Success

  1. Description.  Your website or blog needs to tell its visitors what it’s all about.  This includes its purpose and your company’s mission and vision.  Have you ever visited a website and the home page didn’t tell you much of anything about who or what the company does?  Failing to include an easily identifiable description is a surefire way to increase your website’s bounce rate, the percentage of visitors to a particular website who navigate away from the site after viewing only one page.  Create an “About Me” or “Bio” page to explain who you are and what you do.
  2. Graphic element.  We now live in a very visual society.  Think about the rise of social media sites like Instagram, Pinterest, Vine, and YouTube.  Web surfers spend hours gazing at and browsing through these images.  Articles, blogs, social media posts and websites receive 60% or more higher engagement when they include a graphical element like a picture or video.  Recent statistics show that online shoppers give much more weight to image quality over detailed product descriptions when making a purchasing decision.
  3. Contact Information.  Make it easy for potential customers to reach out to you.  Your contact information should be displayed in a prominent position on every page of your website or blog for maximum business success.  If your website visitors have to hunt for your phone number or email address, they will leave your site and seek out the next result in the search engine who does make it easy.  Place your contact information in at least two prominent positions on your website or blog.  You can also add a “Contact” page or use a contact form app like vCita.
  4. Value exchange.  Your website or blog should act as your virtual sales and marketing team.  It should both give value as well as prompt a two-way conversation with your site visitors.  The value you give could be articles, blog posts, or even a FAQ page.  Your website traffic will benefit from the information you share.  The value you receive from site visitors may be in the form of social media shares, comments to your blog posts, or the exchange of their email addresses for something else of value, known as a lead generator.  Provide useful, relevant content and add social sharing buttons or lead generators to prompt the value exchange.
  5. Call-to-action.  You must tell your site visitors to do something.  Over 50% of prospective customers are lost because you never ask them to complete the sale.  Remember, your website is your virtual sales and marketing team.  Much the same as you would “close” a sale in person, you must also close the sale online.  Review your purpose and think about the actions your website visitors can take online to help you to fulfill this purpose.  Is it to sign up for your mailing list, add something to a shopping cart, or book a free consultation?  Whatever is the primary objective, or the most important action, make it plain and easy for your site visitors to do it.  Add a big “subscribe” button, lead box, or “buy now” prompt to clue your prospects into taking the actions you expect will lead to your business success.

Yes, there are all sorts of other design elements you can add to your website to make it even more attractive to your site visitors.  For now, these five simple things will help you to achieve business success quicker than allowing an unpublished website to remain idle while you worry about your lack of website design savvy.  Of course, if you need additional help, you are welcome to request a free strategy session.

Tell me what you think of these five elements.  Do you agree?  Please comment below.  Of course, if you found value in this post, please share with your network.

7 Simple Steps to Write a Book

One of the best ways to prove you are an authority is to write a book. You’re immediatelyWrite a Book for Business Success seen as a go-to person in your industry. Your name or your company’s name will gain exposure. You will gain more visibility for your brand among your target customers. Writing a book differentiates you from competitors and adds an additional income stream.  It also allows you to create a legacy for your family and, of course, to get more clients.

A book can become your business card.  You can leave it behind with prospects who will never throw it away unlike other forms of marketing collateral.  Whether you sell products or services this rings true. If you write a book, you will always be prepared to communicate your value.  You can reuse the material over and over again too. Turn a book into a blog post, article, speech or even another product format like a video (DVD), audio (podcast or CD), training program, etc.  The possibilities are endless.

Writing a book has so many amazing benefits and, yet, too many small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs fail to utilize this powerful marketing medium.  You don’t write because you think it’s too hard, takes too much time, or that you’re not good enough.  Writing doesn’t have to be difficult and you don’t have to be a celebrity to achieve success.  The hardest part is just to start.

You can write a book that helps support your business mission and vision using a very simple process.  It is the same process that I used to put together my book, Why YOU SUCK at Network Marketing.  It is the same process that I am using for my next title, LIE Your Way to the Top as well.  You truly can follow this process and write a book in as little as thirty days.

7 Simple Steps to Write a Book

  1. Identify a big problem.  Think about your target customer.  Ideally, the problem you identify should be something that your products or services will solve.  The big problem you define may become the title of your book.  It should speak to either decreasing a pain or increasing a pleasure strongly desired by your dream customer.  For example, if your target market is “young adults” and you sell motor oil, a problem you identify may be “how to maintain a vehicle on a shoestring budget.”  Budgeting is definitely a big problem for many young adults. Not only is this a problem but your solution, motor oil, absolutely helps provide a relevant solution as proper vehicle maintenance does save time and money in the long run.
  2. Aggravate the problem in the mind of your reader.  A good transformational book takes the reader on a journey.  It uses what I refer to as the “dip theory” in which you take the reader through a series of emotional highs and lows to get them to buy into your theories, concepts, and solutions.  You are shifting the way they think by pulling at their mind and heart.  This step requires you to escalate the problem by showing your readers that the problem is even worse than they originally thought.  Focus on how the big problem is affecting the reader’s life.  What is it costing them in terms of time, money, and resources?  How much more could they stand to lose if they don’t change things now?
  3. Tell a relevant story that highlights how you dealt with the problem.  Personal stories are great at demonstrating value.  The story you tell should reflect on a real life experience that either you, or someone close to you (even one of your customers), has dealt with then overcame the problem at hand.  The story should explain, in good detail, what happened, why you think it happened, how you felt and were affected by it happening, and the eventual outcome of the ordeal.  Use descriptive language to guide your reader on the journey with you.
  4. Identify the solution, or specific steps, you took to solve the problem.  The next step requires you to fully explain how you overcame the problem.  This is the wrap-up of the story you began in Step 3 above.  Provide your reader with a step-by-step guide to solve the problem.   Your product or service should be part of this solution.
  5. Explain your transformation, or how life changed, as a result of applying the solution.  What was different in your life?  What were you able to do that you couldn’t do before?  Did you save time, money, resources?  Did you achieve an increase in pleasure or a decrease in pain?   Again, be as descriptive as possible.
  6. Demonstrate the value, or benefits, your readers will achieve by applying the solution too. This is all about good feelings.  You want to show you readers that they too can achieve these outcomes.  Just as you aggravated the problem in Step 2, you now want to move your reader into the opposite direction by escalating the emotional high of what would happen if the problem was solved.  You can ask the reader to “imagine” a world where the problem was solved and take them on a journey showing how they would be different.
  7. End with a strong call-to-action by providing your readers with a next-step action plan.  No transformational book would be complete without giving your readers something to do.  When you write a book to support your business, the call-to-action should require the reader to connect with you somehow.  This could be by joining a mailing list, contacting you for a free consultation, or buying a product or program.  It can also help to give the reader at least one helpful to-do that is immediately implementable without your assistance.  This could look like a worksheet, a template, or even asking them to brainstorm a few goals around the problem area.  The options are limitless.

Writing a book doesn’t have to be hard at all. You can follow this process and have your book done within as little as 30 days! The sooner you write a book, the sooner your business can reap the benefits.  Want to write a book to catapult your business success? Apply for a FREE Business Breakthrough Strategy Session to get going today!  If you happen to be in the Chicagoland area, consider joining me for my next Get Your Book Done Workshop.

Have you written a book?  What process did you use?  I would love to hear your thoughts so please comment below.  If you found value in this post, please consider sharing with your networks.

Write a Book in 7 Simple Steps

One of the best ways to prove you are an authority is to write a book. You’re immediatelyWrite a Book for Business Successseen as a go-to person in your industry. Your name or your company’s name will gain exposure. You will gain more visibility for your brand among your target customers. Writing a book differentiates you from competitors and adds an additional income stream.  It also allows you to create a legacy for your family and, of course, to get more clients.

A book can become your business card.  You can leave it behind with prospects who will never throw it away unlike other forms of marketing collateral.  Whether you sell products or services this rings true. If you write a book, you will always be prepared to communicate your value.  You can reuse the material over and over again too. Turn a book into a blog post, article, speech or even another product format like a video (DVD), audio (podcast or CD), training program, etc.  The possibilities are endless.

Writing a book has so many amazing benefits and, yet, too many small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs fail to utilize this powerful marketing medium.  You don’t write because you think it’s too hard, takes too much time, or that you’re not good enough.  Writing doesn’t have to be difficult and you don’t have to be a celebrity to achieve success.  The hardest part is just to start.

You can write a book that helps support your business mission and vision using a very simple process.  It is the same process that I used to put together my book, Why YOU SUCK at Network Marketing.  It is the same process that I am using for my next title, LIE Your Way to the Top as well.  You truly can follow this process and write a book in as little as thirty days.


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7 Simple Steps to Write a Book

  1. Identify a big problem.  Think about your target customer.  Ideally, the problem you identify should be something that your products or services will solve.  The big problem you define may become the title of your book.  It should speak to either decreasing a pain or increasing a pleasure strongly desired by your dream customer.  For example, if your target market is “young adults” and you sell motor oil, a problem you identify may be “how to maintain a vehicle on a shoestring budget.”  Budgeting is definitely a big problem for many young adults. Not only is this a problem but your solution, motor oil, absolutely helps provide a relevant solution as proper vehicle maintenance does save time and money in the long run.
  2. Aggravate the problem in the mind of your reader.  A good transformational book takes the reader on a journey.  It uses what I refer to as the “dip theory” in which you take the reader through a series of emotional highs and lows to get them to buy into your theories, concepts, and solutions.  You are shifting the way they think by pulling at their mind and heart.  This step requires you to escalate the problem by showing your readers that the problem is even worse than they originally thought.  Focus on how the big problem is affecting the reader’s life.  What is it costing them in terms of time, money, and resources?  How much more could they stand to lose if they don’t change things now?
  3. Tell a relevant story that highlights how you dealt with the problem.  Personal stories are great at demonstrating value.  The story you tell should reflect on a real life experience that either you, or someone close to you (even one of your customers), has dealt with then overcame the problem at hand.  The story should explain, in good detail, what happened, why you think it happened, how you felt and were affected by it happening, and the eventual outcome of the ordeal.  Use descriptive language to guide your reader on the journey with you.
  4. Identify the solution, or specific steps, you took to solve the problem.  The next step requires you to fully explain how you overcame the problem.  This is the wrap-up of the story you began in Step 3 above.  Provide your reader with a step-by-step guide to solve the problem.   Your product or service should be part of this solution.
  5. Explain your transformation, or how life changed, as a result of applying the solution.  What was different in your life?  What were you able to do that you couldn’t do before?  Did you save time, money, resources?  Did you achieve an increase in pleasure or a decrease in pain?   Again, be as descriptive as possible.
  6. Demonstrate the value, or benefits, your readers will achieve by applying the solution too. This is all about good feelings.  You want to show you readers that they too can achieve these outcomes.  Just as you aggravated the problem in Step 2, you now want to move your reader into the opposite direction by escalating the emotional high of what would happen if the problem was solved.  You can ask the reader to “imagine” a world where the problem was solved and take them on a journey showing how they would be different.
  7. End with a strong call-to-action by providing your readers with a next-step action plan.  No transformational book would be complete without giving your readers something to do.  When you write a book to support your business, the call-to-action should require the reader to connect with you somehow.  This could be by joining a mailing list, contacting you for a free consultation, or buying a product or program.  It can also help to give the reader at least one helpful to-do that is immediately implementable without your assistance.  This could look like a worksheet, a template, or even asking them to brainstorm a few goals around the problem area.  The options are limitless.

Writing a book doesn’t have to be hard at all. You can follow this process and have your book done within as little as 30 days! The sooner you write a book, the sooner your business can reap the benefits.  Want to write a book to catapult your business success? Apply for aFREE Business Breakthrough Strategy Session to get going today!  If you happen to be in the Chicagoland area, consider joining me for my next Get Your Book Done Workshop.

Have you written a book?  What process did you use?  I would love to hear your thoughts so please comment below.  If you found value in this post, please consider sharing with your networks.