Show me someone who say they want to write a book.
I will show you someone who “wants to lose weight,” “make more money,” or even more better, “be happy.”
There is nothing wrong with any of those 4 statements. They are however, vague and without direction. They also lack commitment and a time limit. None of them are a plan.
We all say these kinds of things to ourselves. It’s human nature. It makes us feel better to make these gauzy pronouncements and let’s us off the hook for ever doing it.
Call it the New Year’s Resolution Phenomenon.
But if you have the itch to “write a book,” either its going to get unbearable or simply goes away.
If it goes away, that’s fine. You can always go on that diet you’ve been meaning to get around to.
If on the other hand it becomes unbearable, to the point where you are going to burst if you don’t finish a document that says what you have to say, you are going to need a plan.
Fortunately drafting a plan to write a book is easy. You can have what you need in as little as 2 or 3 pages.
And part of any good plan is a means of execution.
That is, taking that sketch and turning it into a full-fledged book.
I’ve just put together a program for you that includes both these elements – how to create a plan to write your book and the means to get it done.
It is simple and it is easy. I have had so much fun with this method that I don’t see myself going back to being vague about my writing objectives. There’s no reason – it doesn’t accomplish anything except leave you with an uneasy feeling that you are lying to yourself and are never going to get anything done.
This method works. It will help you move from the fantasy of writing a book to taking the concrete steps you need to do to make your dream a reality.
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