Transcript: why should I write a book?
The magnificence of the book takes which deep inside you and crystallizes it clearly, in a way that serves other people forget it. It makes you articulate in a smooth, meaningful manner, what’s inside you that you want to experience.
Everybody has a desire to make a difference, everybody whether they’re conscious or not have vision and a message inside them, a vision inside of them and a book, is a way of expressing that in a way that can lead to a legacy of immortality, because a book can last for beyond their life. And it’s a way of loosely crystallizing what they’re all about and their life’s work in a format that can change people around the world in a massive way.
You never really know the limits of one book. I mean, a book can sell and pass on and pass on and go through 1000s of people and impact people and so you can. It’s a calling card of opportunity for expressing what’s authentic within your heart in a clear and concise manner. It helps you get clear about what that mission is and get that message out.
So it’s a great, great way I, that’s the fastest way to learn is to actually write a book. If you want to learn about yourself, you want to learn about how to make a difference, well write a book. That’s the magnificent way of doing it, I, I’ve been writing since I was very young, and I love writing because it’s the fastest way to learn something is to articulate insurance.
So if you want to learn and master your mind and master your message and master the impact to make a difference in the world, a book is fantastic way.
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