Do People See You As A Problem Solver or Problem Creator?
Successful people are problem-solvers! Everyone has some type of a problem, and you need to be the solution. What talent or ability do you possess that you could use to help others succeed? What problem have you recently faced that you overcame? This could be a clue what to write about in your next book. You had a problem, but successfully overcame the battle as a victor. I guarantee you someone else is currently, or will in the future face that same uphill battle. Rise to the occasion, and be the resource they use to climb the mountains they face in their own lives.
How could you possibly contribute to someone this upcoming week?
In life, you will be remembered for one of two things. Will you be a problem or a problem-solver? Have you ever asked yourself what problem your book solves for the reader? If you’re a Christian author, your book solves faith problems. If you’re a business owner, your book needs to solve business problems. If you’re a fitness instructor, your book should solve health problems. If you’re a romance author, your book should solve love problems. I could give you examples all day long. Try to put yourself into the shoes of your readers. Are your readers stay-at-home moms, business CEO’S, or the local mailman? What do they want to know? What do you know that would make their jobs easier? What could you do as a writer to solve a problem in their life?
Be the answer to a problem!
Nate Fortner, Author of “Book Marketing In the 21st Century,” and “How To Be A Successful Writer Overnight.”
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