Have you been contemplating what to write your booklet about? Maybe you’ve got more than one idea and you’re trying to decide which one is best or which one you should write first. Or maybe you love to write but you just can’t think of what to write about.
Either of these problems are easily solved when you go with the old saying, “Write what you know.”
Your Treasure Trove Of Knowledge
You have knowledge that is worth something to someone somewhere. You may not realize it, but it’s there. Your own life experience and interests has provided you with a wealth of knowledge that you could easily turn into a booklet. The key is finding the right knowledge inside of you to use – the knowledge that you’re most passionate about and that you enjoy sharing with others.
There’s Always Someone Who Knows Less Than You Do
Your life experience is literally worth a fortune. Have you been through a nasty divorce and come out a winner? Did you plan the perfect wedding? Are you good at getting hired where you want to? Do people come to you for advice? Have you raised a child with a disability and helped them to live a better life than was expected? Have you ever owned a successful business? Do you know how to study to improve your test scores?
All of these things and much, much more would make an excellent topic for a booklet. No matter what kind of life experience you have, there is always someone out there who knows less than you do and can learn from you through your booklet.
Why Your Booklet Will Be Special And Worth Reading
Writing what you know sounds cliche` but, it’s exactly what you should do. First, because it’s easy. You won’t have to do much, if any, research. And second because your experience is unique, and therefore your booklet will be too. It will stand alone in the marketplace as something special and worth reading.
Think about your own life experience and interests. Which ones do you feel the most passionate about? What, out of your experience, is most needed today by others? Which of your interests excites you most or is the most fun? Asking yourself these questions will help you decide which topic to write your booklet about.
To your riches!
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