I would like to share with you 3 powerful examples of why writing a book is so important and how becoming an author can literally change your life in a big way.
The book industry is literally a multi-billion dollar industry. Just check out these stats…
“BookStats, a comprehensive survey conducted by two major trade groups that was released early Tuesday, revealed that in 2010 publishers generated net revenue of $27.9 billion, a 5.6 percent increase over 2008. Publishers sold 2.57 billion books in all formats in 2010, a 4.1 percent increase since 2008.” – Source Here
With that being presented let me share with you some fresh examples of personal experiences I had just yesterday.
First Example – Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax:
Last night I took my 3-year-old daughter Gracie to the theater to see Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax (great movie BTW and Gracie loved it, we had a great time together). The movie based on the Dr. Seuss book came out on March 2, Dr. Seuss’ 108th birthday and topped the box office with $70 Million debut according to abcnews.com.
Can you believe that? $70 Million in just the first week it was released!
Not only that but according to a recent USA Today article, the movie buzz boosts Dr. Seuss book sales putting them back on top of the best-seller lists.
All of this extra income and revenue from a simple book.
Imagine the possibilities of making a living or improving your bottom line, all because you have a book.
Second Example – Take The Stairs:
So I was driving home from my office in downtown Ogden, Utah when I noticed an enormous Tour Bus with an image of a book on the side of the bus. I immediately turned around and took a picture which you can see below:
My initial thought was WOW, this author Rory Vaden is doing amazing things with his New York Times best-selling book “Take The Stairs” and proves that becoming an author can literally change your life. I hope you get excited when you see an example like this and see the power of writing a book!
Why couldn’t that be you with your own tour bus, sharing your message across the world? It can and should be.
Third Example – An All Expenses Paid Speaking Gig!
With the launch of my new book “How To Write A Book ASAP” I have been able to share my message in a big way. I was recently invited by Robert Evans to speak as a keynote speaker and trainer at upcoming event in San Diego on March 21st-25th called “The Messenger Summit“!
Here is where this becomes a powerful example – All Of This Happened Because I Wrote A Book!
All of my expenses are paid and I get to train for two and a half hours and sell my high ticket “Author Success Training System” from the stage, where I will be able to come home with a hefty payday if I play my cards right.
My point with today’s article is simply this – WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR???
It’s time for you to join the ranks of authorship and write your book. Stop procrastinating.
These are just three simple examples of how becoming an author has changed the lives of myself and others. There are so many benefits of writing a book it would be hard to name them all at this time (although I might just try and do it someday soon). There is a certain power and authority that comes with the status of being an author that is unexplainable.
It is my ultimate desire to truly help you and others join the team of authors and literally change your life. I promise you it will.
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