[This article was written by guest contributor Bobbi Linkemer.]
1. Why do you want to write a nonfiction book?
There are as many reasons to write a book as there are books. To establish your authority in a subject? To make money? To more deeply explore your field of interest?
When you know your topic and want to share what you know with others, a book is one of the best ways to do it. High-profile CEOs often write books to pass along their business philosophies and practices to the next generation of leaders in their organizations; to articulate their personal visions for their companies to significant stakeholders; or to apply the hard-won lessons of their lives to the broader context of business, society, academia, or government.
2. What’s holding you back from writing it?
Is it that writing a book is an overwhelming project? Perhaps you feel...