Publish A Book
Publishing a book is a tough thing to do, not only because of the process but also the things you might have to do just to have it done. By the time when you were successful to publish your book, you are then to market it to have sales. But, if all of these are just the things you should be doing to successfully publish your book. There are also things you might not notice when doing these things just like having some benefits out of from it.
Here are some of the benefits you would have when you do self-publishing to your book:
1. Build customers for your side hustle. There’s no better way to introduce people to what you love than writing the book on it. And people will be more willing to pay money for your service if you can prove you have the expertise to back it up.
2. Roll in the dough. Think of publishing on Amazon as being carried by the world’s largest bookstore. Literally anyone can find your book. Compared to working with traditional publishing houses, self-published authors earn roughly 40 percent more in book sales. This is money that you continue to bring in even while you’re traveling or sleeping. How great is that?! Plus, there’s the potential for earning, even more, moolah through paid speaking gigs, since conference organizers often do their research on Amazon.
3. Boost your personal brand. “Expert” has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it? If you’ve written a book, chances are people will see you as an authority on that topic. That added specialization can set you apart from others in your field.
4. Make your resume stand out. Show potential employers that you’re passionate about something and you have the skills to back it up. Regardless if your book’s topic applies to the job, the steps you took to get there — planning, management, and marketing — are universal.
5. Become a better communicator. You don’t have to be a Pulitzer Prize winner to publish your own book. The more time you spend working on your writing and thinking through your ideas, the better you will become. Mike says that making time to write is way more important than inherent talent.