Readers buy non-fiction books for a purpose. You can set a book apart from its competition by emphasizing: There are a multitude of practical tips and case studies that help you reinvent how you should do business from ecommerce shortcuts to outsourcing repetitive tasks to taking frequent "mini-retirements.
After a brief reflection on his past in his book, Isip launches into the 10 Stacks to Success by explaining that success is not simply a goal but a lifestyle and then revealing how to achieve success one goal at a time though proven tactics by: This book outlines the "secret" to success which is really no secret at all.
An example of book positioning based on emphasizing process is: These are the pillar books that have helped shape my thinking and approach to life. This is particularly notable in the rise of European peoples, which occurred because of environmental differences and not because of biological differences in the people themselves.
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A title with a few, short words can create far more impact longer titles containing longer words. Just for these other top books: Every chapter and every paragraph outlines the basic money making practices of over extremely wealthy people that Napoleon Hill analyzed and examined over long periods of time.
It gets the wheels of the imagination turning on how to improve and master the sales techniques that you are now using or if you are a beginner in sales, it turns the light on to what you should be doing to succeed.
Choose a title that clearly describes the change your book will help readers enjoy. This book launched the notion of taking 10, hours to get good at something. I am sure that everyone who reads this list has read books that have changed their lives and redirected their business strategies.
Your readers are looking for help, not entertainment! Numbers can make big goals appear easy to achieve, by breaking them into a series of easy-to-accomplish tasks, like 6 Steps to Take Your Marriage from Good to Great. An example is the 2-word title and word subtitle used in Skinny Bitch: Some environments provide more starting materials and more favorable conditions for utilizing inventions and building societies than other environments.
As an example of an obvious title, consider C. Choose the right title, and you establish instant rapport with your intended readers. First thing to say is that the Highway Code dominates everything - but because it has been around for so long it artificially jumps near the top of the list with the many versions since selling over 4.
If there is such a thing as a "devotional" for sales, then the Little Red Book of Selling would be that book. Nonfiction book titles can never be too simple or too obvious. As we begin living in our 50s, we have reached an impasse in our lives that involves great decisions and risk and we are all looking for something that will make us whole and satisfied and complete as we enter our retirement years.
Fascinating sources — from COOs, financial pros, and productivity experts to psychologists, journalists, and musicians — are brimming with brilliant advice. The …for Dummies series succeeds because everyone is a dummy in new and different fields. This list is in reverse order with the most influential book being listed last.
Turn to this step-by-step guide by productivity expert and corporate consultant Carson Tate. The best titles promise to solve a problem or help readers achieve a desired goal.
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With more than 30 years of success, Packard knows how to win in the corporate world. In this book, she’s not just a mentor or role model.
The bestselling book 10 Stacks To Success: How to Achieve Success One Goal At A Time was downloaded 16, times by Kindle readers DecemberThe book has racked up numerous accolades in many categories including: #1 Non-Fiction #1 Self-Help #1 Motivational #1 Sales & Selling.
This time however, they’re aiming for the success and prosperity of the entrepreneur. Entrepreneurial StrengthsFinder delves into the psychology of the entrepreneur. Everything from personality to sustainability—the authors of this book leave no stone un-turned when it comes to addressing even the most minute of details that can have an.
On copywriting skills and creating good non-fiction titles. Steve keeps a swipe file of ideas from blogs like Copyblogger. Steve recommends Robert Bly who wrote The Copywriter's Handbook: A step by step guide to writing copy that sells.
The process of writing a non-fiction book from ideas to finished product.
The restaurant kitchen, with its fast pace and soup of personalities, has given us some of the most memorable nonfiction of recent years. But Gibney’s book shifts the focus from the egotistical, empowered head chefs to the hipper, younger wild ones who serve under them, like Gibney himself.Download