So you’ve decided to write a book.
You are finally taking the steps to express not only your passions – but your skills and strengths – with the world. You have valuable knowledge and a vision and you know, that we the people, need to know it.
That is something we can all agree on.
But what comes next, we may not: the process.
From initial concept to fresh off the printer, you as an author will change, pause, restart and tweak your writing until it is exactly as you had envisioned. But at what cost of time?
Weeks? Months? Years?
Join me over at House Style Editing to read the rest of my guest post about project management for your book writing process.
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