Posts Tagged ‘book coach’

Interview with Azmina Jiwa, author of FREEDOM to Be Me

Azmina Jiwa

Azmina Jiwa started writing her book five years ago. Four chapters in, she got stuck. It would have been so easy for her to put it aside, never to do anything with it, but she took action to make it happen. She engaged myself and the Librotas team for help with every part of the process. We…

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Interview with Nii Boi-Dsane, author of ‘Retire Well’

When Nii Boi-Dsane started speaking to people about retirement, he found that, for many of them, this concept is a big issue. A transformation life coach with a keen interest in health and retirement, Nii realised that he needed to write a book about it. So he did. Author Spotlight interview with Nii Boi-Dsane In…

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What does a book mentor do?

On Wednesday 14 February, I’m going to tell you more about what I love to do! At 1pm GMT, please join me and my colleague Sheryl Andrews for the first Ask the Book Mentor webinar of the year. You can ask us any question you like about planning, writing, publishing or marketing a business building book.…

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Why writing your book won’t happen

We recently introduced Make It Happen days. The idea is that you schedule a whole day to focus on your book. Not only do you make the commitment to writing your book, you get us by your side to help you if you get stuck and give you coaching and mentoring to allow you to…

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Introducing Librotas Books

When I rebranded as the Book Mentor, Librotas, I had a dream to set up a one stop shop for business authors, where I could provide all the support they would need to plan, write, publish and market their books successfully. And to some extent I did. I had a team in place that could…

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Your book is the hook

The most important thing about writing a book is writing the right book.  The right book is the one that will help you to build your business. You need to find your unique hook that enables you to stand out from the crowd, capture your reader’s attention, and makes an impact with those who need to hear…

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What do you enjoy most about your work?

‘What do you enjoy most about your work?’ This was a question that I was asked by Louise Evans last week. I was in Florence for her book launch party. She asked me the question when we met for dinner a couple of days before to discuss her event. As Louise’s book mentor, I’ve supported…

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When should you give up on your book?

Writing a book is a tough thing to do. Whilst some find it easy, most writers struggle at some stage. I certainly have done. When you’re balancing your life, your work, your business, your family, and your health, sometimes something has to give. Keeping on top of your mojo is important. You don’t want to wait…

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How your book will help you stand out

When there are many people doing something similar to you, you may struggle to be unique and stand out. This is one of the reasons that business owners decide to write a book. One of my clients is motivated to write her book because her biggest competitor has a book coming out. Another client knows that it…

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Why you need to share your best stuff in your book

I was recently asked this question: “Why on earth would I share everything I know in my book? If I give away my best stuff, surely I’ll be giving away the crown jewels, and then no one will ever need to work with me.” It’s an interesting one isn’t it? A book is a great positioning…

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