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Never Overload Your Audience

by | How To Become A Motivational Speaker | 2 comments

Resist the temptation to dump your entire brain in one book. You’ll lose your reader for good. The key is to spoon-feed them your information in a structured way.

If you heed this advice, writing will become very easy for you.

What I’m trying to convey to you here is neither time, money or being a good writer is the reason why you may be hesitant to write. The only thing that’s really in your way is you.

Right now, I can write a book and publish it one copy at a time for maybe less than $300 dollars total. And I know how to do it in less than a week.

Heck, I can even write the book without ever having to type on a keyboard or owning a computer for that matter. That’s how easy it can be.


  1. Thom

    How can you write a book without owning a computer? I have a computer and I’m sure everyone reading this has one, but you just got me wondering how it is possible to write a book without a computer?

    • Rene Godefroy

      Hi Thom,

      It’s very easy to write a book without having a computer. Just hire a ghostwriter to write the book for you. Or you can record your book on a digital recorder and have someone transcribe, edit and format it for you.

      Now, I don’t recommend a ghostwriter. It’s expensive to get a great one. People with a lot of money and no time tend to hire ghostwriters.

      I would prefer it if you can write the book in your own voice. However, if you use the second suggestion, it’s fine. Draw an outline of your book on paper. Then start recording.

      Having said that, nothing is more exciting than pounding on those keys on your keyboard. So, if you don’t have a computer, get one.


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