Here's How to Know Which Parts of Your Book to Keep (and Which to Cut Out)
In his latest video series, Entrepreneur Network partner Peter Voogd examines the process of going from being a state of fianancial stress (a state of being completely broke) to making six figures. The entrepreneur shares some of the lessons he has learned from working on his first book, 6 Months to 6 Figures.
These tips include being explicit about why you are writing your book. Voogd stresses you should write a book simply because you want to make money, instead, you should think about what particular message you can share with your audience.
Voogd explains he pursued writing a book because the urge to share his message was overwhelming. Writing a book was a form of self-expression and allowed Voogd to finally share his long-standing business knowledge with a wider audience. Spending years attending courses, participating in seminars and mastermind groups, Voogd was finally able to condense all this information together into a single book.
Structurally, Voogd made an effort to cut-out, superfluous stories or stories that came across as two self-congratulatory. In Voogd's words, the main pursuit of your book should be to give your audience the information that is relevant to them.
To hear more from Voogd, click on the video.
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