Why Should You Write a Book? (3 Reasons You Should, Even if You’re Not a Writer)

Let me start by telling you this:

You can learn how to write a book.

Inside of you, there lies the ability to write your first book on a subject that’s important to you.

I’ve written and published over 70 books in as many as 42 languages and sold over 10 million copies over the years.

I accomplished this after starting from nothing, and not knowing what I was doing at all.

There are several reasons why I decided to do this…

But the biggest reason was to spread my message about subjects that I felt very passionate about.

Today I want to talk to you about why you should write your first book and the many benefits that come from being a published author.

Learn to quickly and easily organize your book and get it into the hands of the right people with my 20-Step Author Quick Start Guide.

1) Writing a Book is a Skill You Can Master

Just like riding a bicycle, writing a book is a skill that you can master with focused practice and repetition.

Before I started writing books, I never considered myself to be a writer. I didn’t graduate high school and I failed high school English. So if I can do it, you can too.

I’ve created several resources and courses that will teach you exactly HOW to write your first book, including my best-selling product How to Write a Book and Become a Published Author, but today I want to talk about why writing a book and becoming a published author will change your life.

2) Writing a Book is an Instant Credibility Booster

From a business perspective, writing a book is the fastest way to gain credibility, establish yourself as an expert in your field, and build a professional reputation. It can also be used as a promotional item and marketing tool for your business.

Think about it: What sort of impression do you get when you meet someone who has become a published author?

Without even knowing them, you might assume that if they were able to write an entire book and get it published, they must be an expert.

3) You Can Share Your Message With Others

Another reason you should write a book is because it provides an opportunity for you to write and publish something on a subject that is important to you, and that you will have for the rest of your life. You can express your creativity while sharing your message with others.

One of the Universal Laws of Success is the “Law of Service” and it says:

Your rewards in life will be in direct proportion to the value of your service to others. The more you work, study, and develop your ability to contribute more to the lives and well-being of others, the better life you will have in all areas.

Chances are if you are passionate about a certain subject, other people are too. And by writing a book about that subject, you can help others in their own lives and, in turn, help yourself achieve a more fulfilled life.

Before we wrap up, I have a thought for you to share with your friends and followers:

“True happiness and fulfillment come when you feel that you are making a valuable contribution to your world.” @BrianTracy tweet-graphic-trans

Now, I’d love to hear from you. My question today is:

If you could write a book that would change the world, what would it be about?

Leave a comment below to share your idea.

If you want to learn more about writing a book, click the link below to get my free 20 step Author Quick Start Guide to writing a book.

 

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About Brian Tracy — Brian is recognized as the top sales training and personal success authority in the world today. He has authored more than 60 books and has produced more than 500 audio and video learning programs on sales, management, business success and personal development, including worldwide bestseller The Psychology of Achievement. Brian's goal is to help you achieve your personal and business goals faster and easier than you ever imagined. You can follow him on Google+, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Linkedin and Youtube.

  • Karolina Pempyte

    I have a lot of ideas on what to write my first book on and mostly they are based on the dreams I had or more like what can I remember of them as they get all mashed together it sounds like a nice book and all but I’m not sure if I can do it like what if it gets rejected and not published, what if I’m not suited to write the book. And then my brain freezes when I sit down beside my pc and try to write it.

    • If you believe in your idea and you are passionate about writing a successful book, the rest should not matter. My good friend, Jack Canfield, had his best-selling book rejected over 100 times by various publishers. That book is now what you might know as Chicken Soup for the Soul. It will be hard, but it will be worth it.

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