Would you like to be a successful booklet author but you’re worried that you don’t have the skill or knowledge to make it happen? Put those thoughts right out of your head! Anyone can do this! You don’t have to be some kind of genius to be successful.
Mediocre Is Better Than Perfect
You’ve probably read something at sometime in your life where you said to yourself, “I could have written this better.” And you know what? You could have.
There is plenty of mediocre material on the market today. Sure, you want yours to be the best you can make it. And, if you need to take a few writing classes to polish up your grammar and spelling or write more clearly you should do it. But, don’t worry about perfection because you can never obtain it. The people who write mediocre material certainly don’t concern themselves with it, nor do those who publish that mediocre material. They’re more concerned with getting the work done and on the market so they can make money. And that should be your main concern as well.
Fast Is Better Than Slow
You want to get your work to market as quickly as you can – especially if you’re writing about a hot topic that is current in people’s minds. Why? Because there are probably several hundred other writers out there all writing about the same thing, and the sooner your booklet hits the market the more money you’ll make for your efforts. He who arrives last gets the smallest piece of the pie!
When you’ve got this kind of competition, there is no time to waste. You create your manuscript, revise it once, proofread it for errors, and then let it go. If you agonize over it for weeks on end, constantly worrying about every little imperfection that might exist in the text or concerning yourself with trivial matters, your competition will be crush you.
So, don’t worry that you’re not a good enough writer to create your booklet. Just go ahead and do it. Get it out there so that those who need it can benefit from it and you can put those riches in your pockets!
To your riches!
PS: Well, my coder has disappeared again. Sigh. I’m going to have to hire a new one, which means it’s going to be fall now before the website is complete. I’ll sure be glad when it’s finished!
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