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.
Me neither. That’s why I had to find the time to write my book and now I want to help you find the time to write yours.
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.
Here’s an idea to capture the imagination of your followers. Reading time: 4:16
The children’s story teller had just finished a 30-minute performance when a 6-year-old boy excitedly ran up to her; yanked joyously on her hand, and smiled: “Hey, thanks for the movies!”
The story teller had captured the boy’s imagination.
The words painted a picture in his mind. The story teller’s engaging tone and exciting inflection tuned her voice into what seemed the surround sound quality of a theater. Only the popcorn seemed to be missing from the boy’s “movie” experience.