“I suck at writing, I know I need a book to give me credibility, but I’ll never get it done unless I pay someone to do it for me.”
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard a statement along these lines.
Most recently from my friend Tanya.
I told Tanya the same exact thing I told Sheri, who was one of Oprah’s producers.
And the same thing I’ve told more first-time authors than I can count.
It’s much easier to get your book done quickly and accurately if you write it yourself.
How do I know? I was a ghostwriter for 17 years. During that time I ghostwrote 29 books.
And since I quit ghostwriting I’ve helped over 1,000 first-time authors write their own books.
Thanks to the process I teach, for most of them it took less time for them to write their books than it took me to ghostwrite anyone else’s.
In today’s video I’m going to teach you 3 steps to avoiding a ghostwriter so you can actually write a book you really love.
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