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You. Me. Thirty days to get the job done!

You’ve got the outline, let’s crack on and get your first draft nailed!

Ready To Turn That Rock Solid business book Outline Into your First Draft? Great!

What happens during the thirty-day PROMOTION mastermind?

Now you know where you’re heading, it’s time to expand on that book outline of yours. The thirty days of implementation is broken down into three phases:

The Set-Up Phase

Pre-registration: A few days before the official start to get set up as a participant, double checking you can see all the mastermind course materials, details about the times of the group coaching sessions so you can sign up for them… all that house-keeping stuff so you’re ready to race ahead when you hit…

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The BLAST Phase

Get motoring: an intensive sprint to get us off to a strong start – you watch the course materials (1 hour 43 minutes) and then join me and your fellow writing renegades for twice-weekly hot-seat group sessions. You then focus on implementation as rapidly as possible. Your first draft should be broadly complete at this stage, before you start...

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The CRUISE Phase

Tootling along: Two weeks to finish off any loose ends with your first draft should you need to, like any thorny sections you could not delivery off by heart during your dictation sessions.

(Thanks to Dan Meredith for the Blast and Cruise idea – you should follow him – he’s jam-packed with useful ideas!)

So yeah, it’s kinda intense!

Why because when people dawdle, their book dies. Seriously it does. They walk the dog, have big slabs of cake at the coffee shop with friends, polish off a TV box set. The faff about and fail to finish. If this sounds like your idea of hell – downgrade to the self-taught course where you can choose thirty, sixty or ninety-day durations, with emails to hold you accountable.

 

What you’ll learn

Day 1: Research who have you helped in the past

Remember with clients you can sit with them, observe them, talk to them, and they can often pay for extra help. Your readers will be alone, and quite possibly on an impossibly tight budget. You need a pin-sharp understanding of your potential readers and their situation. What would they love to do or achieve, and what’s stopping them?

Day 2: Define your ideal reader and what they want

You can’t tell everyone everything you know, so it’s line in the sand time – who exactly are your readers? What is their current situation? What resources do they have to help them? What are their hindrances? Plot out their hope and dreams and the idea result they want from applying your approach. This one page summary will keep your feet on the ground and your eyes on the prize.

Day 3: Prescribe the solution

Once you know what your readers’ goals are and the problems that have thwarted their efforts it’s time to reflect on your way of guaranteeing success for someone in their situation. You’ll cherry-picking things in your “professional toolbox of a brain” to get the result they crave. These points will become your chapters. it’s like a doctor writing out a prescription to cure someone of their ailments.

Day 4: Checking you've got the best solution in town

Your book won’t be judged in isolation, it will be on Amazon along with all the other books. A quick skim of the “Search Inside” table of contents of competitor books and the five-star reviews help you confirm you’re on the right track. Having a look at one-star reviews also confirms you’re not on the wrong one!

Day 5: Plan out your book outline

Thanks to solid, focused research you know you’re going to write a brilliant book your readers will love. You know what they struggle with and how to fix that for them. All you need to do is map out just what the doctor ordered to solve their problems. All the little bite-sized ideas put in a clear, concise and complete order will store exactly what you need to teach in your book to delight your readers. It is 100% foolproof.

Help, support and accountability

Day 1: Research who have you helped in the past

Remember with clients you can sit with them, observe them, talk to them, and they can often pay for extra help. Your readers will be alone, and quite possibly on an impossibly tight budget. You need a pin-sharp understanding of your potential readers and their situation. What would they love to do or achieve, and what’s stopping them?

Day 2: Define your ideal reader and what they want

You can’t tell everyone everything you know, so it’s line in the sand time – who exactly are your readers? What is their current situation? What resources do they have to help them? What are their hindrances? Plot out their hope and dreams and the idea result they want from applying your approach. This one page summary will keep your feet on the ground and your eyes on the prize.

Day 3: Prescribe the solution

Once you know what your readers’ goals are and the problems that have thwarted their efforts it’s time to reflect on your way of guaranteeing success for someone in their situation. You’ll cherry-picking things in your “professional toolbox of a brain” to get the result they crave. These points will become your chapters. it’s like a doctor writing out a prescription to cure someone of their ailments.

Day 4: Checking you've got the best solution in town

Your book won’t be judged in isolation, it will be on Amazon along with all the other books. A quick skim of the “Search Inside” table of contents of competitor books and the five-star reviews help you confirm you’re on the right track. Having a look at one-star reviews also confirms you’re not on the wrong one!

Day 5: Plan out your book outline

Thanks to solid, focused research you know you’re going to write a brilliant book your readers will love. You know what they struggle with and how to fix that for them. All you need to do is map out just what the doctor ordered to solve their problems. All the little bite-sized ideas put in a clear, concise and complete order will store exactly what you need to teach in your book to delight your readers. It is 100% foolproof.

BONUS: Monetising your book

You’re not writing your book for the good of your health, right? You need to make money out of your efforts,  else why bother? So, I’ve included a special bonus module that shows you how to dovetail offers into your book, without looking like a “spammy douche.

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