The National Speakers’ Association, Minnesota Chapter is excited to host Dan Janal, author of Write Your Book in a Flash, as the featured speaker for the Thursday, May 4th, 2017 “Lunch ‘n Learn” event!
Do you want to know the secret to writing a book without wasting time or money?
“Write a Book in a Flash” shows speakers and thought leaders how to get focused fast so you can write your book without tearing your hair out. Most people dream of writing books, but they never complete the book. They have too many ideas, or not enough ideas. Simply put, they aren’t organized.
- How to write a comprehensive outline that keeps you focused – and have fun doing it.
- How to get stunning testimonials that can help sell your book
- How to overcome “The Impostor Syndrome” and other limiting beliefs that stifle nearly every person who ever wanted to write a book.
- Clear examples that show you what to do
- Empowering exercises that show you how to write better and faster
- Simple how-to steps that anyone can follow
Even if you hate writing, you’ll feel good about writing your book. Most importantly, you’ll get the job done!
This is the perfect seminar to attend if you are a speaker who wants to write a business book that builds your personal brand, open doors to new opportunities and leaves a legacy of business wisdom to future generations. Speakers who write books get more clients, charge higher fees, have more impact and develop a greater sense of worth. Let’s get started now!
Unlike other seminars on writing a book, “Write Your Book in a Flash” doesn’t teach grammar or debate the pros and cons of self-publishing vs. traditional publishing. Instead, it shows you how to use your own work style and personal quirks so you can write the book you were meant to share with the world.
Dan Janal has written six books for Wiley and has self-published three others. He is an award-winning daily newspaper reporter and business newspaper editor. He interviewed President Gerald Ford and First Lady Barbara Bush. Dan earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in journalism from Northwestern University’s famed Medill School of Journalism.
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