The problem is the way you were taught to write. In school, they gave you a certain set of rules to work with. You were given a defined topic (like the socioeconomic ramifications of the French Revolution), a defined audience (the teacher), and a defined goal (get a good grade). And you wrote according to those rules.
But your book doesn't play by those rules.
You can write on any topic (and as an expert, you know so much that it's hard to choose).
You can write for any audience (because you think EVERYONE can benefit from your message).
And the goal is a whole lot more important than just a grade--you want more customers and clients.
You want to impact people's lives.
We're talking about changing the world, not passing a class.
I wrote that life-saving book in a week--in time for my client's appearance on a national radio show.
And I did it because I threw away all the rules I learned in school and invented a better way.
After ghostwriting dozens of books for industry leaders like Russell Brunson, Cristy "Code Red" Nickel, and Annie Grace, I've perfected the Inspire-Educate-Sell System and now I want to share it with you.