By Peter Jeff
The Leadership Mints Guy
Here’s an idea to help you write your book. Reading time: 3:11.
You’re smart. You’re thoughtful. You’re insightful. Your colleagues tell you that you should write a book. But you’re too busy –even with the services of a ghost writer to prod you. You just don’t have the time.
Here are a few examples from other leaders who converted their excuses into excursions and booked their own flight into the publishing world.
They wrote their books despite overwhelming odds. They found their Write Stuff despite challenging obstacles. And they reinforced their leadership role –one chapter at a time. So can you.
EXCUSE No. 1. “I just don’t have the time.”
Wayne Dyer wrote Your Erroneous Zones in 18 days; Voltaire wrote Candide in four weeks and Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol in six weeks. In two months, Winston Churchill wrote his first book Savrola. Read the rest of this entry »