How to write a book and grow your business

I wrote a book you can too

Okay, so if you are anything like me, you have wanted to write a book since…forever! (Yes, that’s me above holding my first published book).


I also predict you that want to grow your business this year.


You are really good at what you do and you’re wondering “what’s the next step to up level my product or service? How can I make myself a full-on expert?”


Well, I’ll tell you what I did and what I coach my clients to do. Write your book!

Build your confidence

How would you see yourself if you were a published author? How would your potential clients see you if you were a published author? Exactly!


Now, I already know what you’re thinking. “Flesché, if I wrote down everything about my business book would be 10,000 pages and nobody would read it”.


To which I say, “correct!”


So, I have a very simple and elegant solution for you.

The Simple and Elegant Solution

Aim to write a book that is 6-8 chapters long. Even you have time for that.


So you might be asking yourself, “what should I write about in those six to eight chapters?”


Again, good question.


Start with the most frequently asked questions from your customers.

Try It Now

Set a timer for 5 minutes – write down all of the questions that your customers tend to ask you about working with you – about your product or your services. Now write down the questions that they should be asking you but they tend not to.


Timer goes off.  I want you to turn the page over and take 3 deep breaths. Let’s do it right now.






Now, turn the page over again and ask yourself, “can I take those frequently asked questions and turn them into chapters?”



Congrats! You just created the framework for your book.



You just need more inspiration and ideas to get you going.


So, join the 5-day challenge, “First Things First: How To Start Writing Your Book


Learn my simple 15-minute a day system for starting your book. No drama allowed!

In Summary

  • Aim to write a 6-8 chapter book
  • Start with your paying customer's FAQs
  • Stay calm, relaxed and on task
  • Craft your FAQs into chapter headings
  • Join the 5-day "Start Your Book Writing Challenge"


Did this get you thinking about writing your book in a new way? Leave me a comment below and let me know.