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How To Write 1 Book In Under 6 Hours

teacher avatar Marc Guberti, Entrepreneur, Digital Marketer, Author

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Lessons in This Class

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    • 2.

      Writing Books In Bulk Is A Math Game


    • 3.

      How To Type Faster


    • 4.

      How To Anticipate And Eliminate Distractions In Advance


    • 5.

      Dont Make This Big Mistake


    • 6.

      Rely On Prior Knowledge


    • 7.

      When Prior Knowledge Isnt Enough


    • 8.

      How To Learn More About Anything


    • 9.

      Blank Screen Writing


    • 10.

      Prepare For Each Writing Session


    • 11.

      The Best Way To Turn Writing Into A Habit


    • 12.

      Write Every Single Day


    • 13.

      Gradual Evolution OR Devolution Your Choice


    • 14.

      Keep Track Of Everything


    • 15.

      How To Create An Effective Outline


    • 16.

      Recharge Your Batteries


    • 17.

      How To Find Time For The Rest Of Your Business


    • 18.

      How To Conquer The Impossible Schedule


    • 19.



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About This Class

Have you ever woke up one day and wanted to be a full-time author? 80% of people want to be an author, but most people are presented with a closed door. They don't have the right habits, and if they do, they get shut down by publishers. 

For new authors, the journey will look difficult in the beginning. How to follow-up with a next book as quickly as possible without sacrificing value...

What if I told you that you could be an author or have your next book out within six hours? In six hours, you finish writing a book that you can then publish on Amazon. Just think about that for a second. Your name on the front cover of a book. It's possible, and I want to show you how. 

I have used the tactics within this course to write more than 15 Kindle books and thousands of blog posts that combined have been read by millions of people. I want you to achieve those kinds of results and inspire you to go beyond them.

With that said, every day you don't write your book is another day that your dream of writing a book and your full-time income as an author are slipping away. I don't want you to look back at your life with regret. I want you to look back and be proud of yourself for writing a book, and another one, and eventually building that into your full-time income.

If you are ready to take your book writing to the next level, then enroll into this course now.


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Marc Guberti

Entrepreneur, Digital Marketer, Author


I am a USA Today and WSJ bestselling author with over 100,000 students in over 180 countries enrolled in his online courses. I host the Breakthrough Success Podcast and Radio Show where listeners learn how to achieve their breakthroughs. I also coach content creators on how they can attract more traffic to their content and boost revenue.


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1. Introduction: thank you for choosing to enroll into my course how to write a book, and under six hours we're going to go on a quick, magical journey through the whole process in which I detail first off but theoretical, the mathematical part of writing books and both. And then we're gonna give you best practices, actual stuff that you can apply from the venues and use or to write highly valuable books within a short period of time. I am not interested in writing a book as quickly as possible, and then it turns out to be a dud. I'm interested in giving you this analogy can use to write books at a rapid pace, Barry going to provide value to the reader, and they're going to fund res from start to finish. So that's the mission of this course. If you have any questions at any point, you can ask them within the discussions off this course. So I monitor those every 24 hours responding to people's questions, and I'm really looking forward to seeing what book you launch out and right in six hours or less. 2. Writing Books In Bulk Is A Math Game: writing books and bulk is a numbers game in which you are figuring out how many words you need to produce within a certain amount of time in order to finish your book within a certain amount of time. So the way that you start with this numbers, you know, figuring out how you can produce books at a very easy rapid pace is you identify how long your book is going to be. So have a word count range going into writing the book so some people have a word count range from 10 to 15,000 words. Other people have a word count range that's a little less from 5 to 10,000. It all depends on what type of book you are writing and how long you want it to be. So setting that range is the first step to knowing the math behind being able to write all these books in bulk. So after you have this number down, when you do then is you need to figure out how many words you can type per minute, and this matters because if let's say you want to type a 8000 word book well, how long is it going to take for you to write that book? You can't figure that out unless you know your average words per minute. So let's say, for instance, you type at a rate off 40 words per minute. So every hour, if you are able to keep that pace, you write 2400 Worse because 40 times 60 is 2400. And in order to finish an 8000 word book, you would have to invest approximately four hours of your time in order to complete that book. So that's the basic overview of how you would use the math to determine how many books you can write on how long it will take for you to finish writing a book of a certain word month . 3. How To Type Faster: writing books in bulk is an efficiency game. You want to be as efficient as possible when it comes to writing your books. And one of the best ways to increase your efficiency is to type faster is one of those simple common sense type of things where if you're able to type an extra 10 words per minute, then you type in extra Ah, 600 words per hour and all those increments gradually add up to thousands upon thousands of words within a given year. So even if you just do one extra word per minute, that's going to make such a big difference for every hour for a 24 hour period. And if you do this full time, that's a difference of, like, seven books. Just by doing that one word per minute, um, every single year. So what you have to do is boost that words per minute as I mean, I've told about the benefit, but now we're going to go into that how you actually get to type faster. So one of the best ways, in my opinion, is a type Faster is you memorize the keyboard, the great pianists of the world playing the piano at such high speeds. There ableto they seem like it's magic, how they're able to memorize the songs. But what they're really doing is they're practicing. They're looking down playing. But when it comes to the concert, when it comes to all this practice they've put in, they're not looking down at their fingers like 24 7 like this, making sure that every fingers hitting the right key. That's not how it works. What they do is they practices for so much that they know where all of the keys are on the piano related to that particular song. So when you see a Penis playing the piano, Ah, professional one, someone has been doing it for a while. They're looking at the musical pieces of paper that contained the notes. They're not looking down at the keys, so similarly, one you're typing. Don't look down at the keys to make sure that your fingers are hitting the right keys. The different words that mean the words that you want are popping up on the screen. Look at the computer screen, look at your book text and don't look as your fingers or typing away. Now I understand. For some one who has not memorized the keyboard, this takes practice, but one activity you can do to make this practice go by much quicker is to commit yourself to memorizing one word each day by typing. You could do it so efficiently that equal early. Close your eyes and memorize that one word. So let's take the word commit. There are five different keys that you have to memorize to see the oh the end double M, the I and the teat. So if you commit yourself to memorizing that one word, you have memorised five of the keys on your computer keyboard. So let's say that the next word you decide to use it's something like common. Well, see the own and you've already memorized so and the teeth. So all you have to memorize is the E. So that's going to much easier for you to memorize. And as you memorize more words each day, just be able to type them without even thinking about it and not even having your eyes open . You will eventually find it really easy for yourself to write all these words without even looking down, and when you do that, you're able to type quicker. You're not looking down at your keyboard looking up at your screen, looking down, looking up because all that that takes away the Thanh it could be using to right now I know that this gesture of looking down and looking up it takes a few seconds to look down and look up. I get that. But if you repeat that hundreds of times thousands of times and if you want become full time with this, it's gonna be a lot of times that you're gonna be doing up and down motion unless you commit to memorizing the keyboard. That's gonna make a huge difference in your efficiency. Huge count, a huge difference in your words per minute. And if you are able to double their words per minute, you are able to cut in half the amount of time it takes for you to write a single book. 4. How To Anticipate And Eliminate Distractions In Advance: Have you ever been caught up in a really big project? But all of a sudden you get a text message, an email notification. You want to check Facebook? CEO of your friends have been up to you ever get that? I have. And I know you have to whether you be bidding it or not. But we all get distracted by different things as we're working. It's one of the unfortunate things that we have to go there. But why do we insist on going through it unconsciously as if it's never happened before? Because what we typically do is we'll get the text message, will get the email, will go through it for, like, 10 minutes, turns into 20 and continue working on our projects. And we're thinking, man, if we didn't get distracted, so much would be so much easier for us to pursue. I work. So instead of coming up with this ah, pitting me. If this didn't happen, I'd be doing that. Create an environment in which the distractions aren't there. What I like to do is I like to eliminate the distractions before they strike and eat up my time. So when I'm writing a book. My phone is nowhere in sight. It could vibrate all it wants, but I don't hear it. I even turn off. I make vibrate. I even put it into Do not disturb setting, just to make sure that even if it goes on a vibrating frenzy, I still cannot hear it. Another thing I will do. I will turn off the WiFi on my computer before I start typing. And this is important because there are some points where in the past I would write a certain point. And all of a sudden I think of something related to it on the Web. And what happened is I go on the Web sometimes hunting out four point relevance. My book. Sometimes I just think about something. So from writing about a case study all of a sudden, I think about this particular person. I want to read that person's latest block post, and then I read another block post another block post. I get distracted by so many different things, So think about all the things that are extracting you as an author, anticipate them in advance because they're bound to happen in one moment or another, and create an environment in which these distractions cannot affect the time that you put towards writing your books. 5. Dont Make This Big Mistake: proof. Reading and editing are both great. But if you proof, read, edit and write your book at the same time, it's a mess. And the reason is that each time you go from writing to proof ring to editing their different gears in our minds. And basically what happens is you have to shift focus from writing to proof, reading or proof reading to edit. And what what happens is you have to adjust each time, and that takes up a certain amount of time. So when you go from writing to proof reading and you want to go back to writing, you just had your proof reading mentality. And now you're trying to go back to your writing mentality. It takes some time to make that type of a jump, and even if it takes just 2 to 5 minutes, that's still 2 to 5 minutes. I would rather have in which I'm in the flow and the flow is basically that moment of time when you were highly productive and productivity. Believe it or not, it can come natural to us once we're in the flow. The flow is that ideal state. You've been there before. I've been there before really awesome feeling. But if you're writing and then you go to proof reading and then you go toe editing and that's gonna mess up your flow. So instead of writing a paragraph and then proof reading the paragraph before it and continuing that pattern and then adding in some content or taking out some content as you think about these things, what you do is you write the book from start to finish without even thinking about proof, reading, editing, spelling mistakes because that's going to keep you in the writing flow. And once you finish writing, that's when you proof read and you proof read on Lee, because you want to be in that flow and after you proof read than you edit, because then you want to be in that flow. Or better yet, you write the draft on your own, and then you hire someone to look over your book for it. This is the route that I usually take, because when it comes to producing books at a rapid pace, you got to get him out in a few days. And if you stay away from your work from just one day That's usually not enough to give yourself a fair assessment of what you've done were very biased towards our works. So that's why it's prefer to send them off to editor. Have her do you work for me so that this is a point of view of someone who did not produce the work is not like incredibly proud of it. But is going Teoh make it even better so that both of us end up becoming proud of the final product. 6. Rely On Prior Knowledge: for virtually all of the books that I right, I rely on prior knowledge because we're relying on prior knowledge makes it easier for you to write a book. So if I were to write a book on social media, it will be very easy for me to do so because I've been in the niche for years. I've read many books, many block posts. I've watched many videos about the topic, so I know social media very well. But if you asked me to write a book about fashion, we'll all the methods within this course are not going to help me write the book in under six hours. And the reason is that I don't know much, if anything, about fashion, so I would have to research. I would have to read the block post. I would have to watch videos, do all that stuff just to learn about the topic I'm trying to write about, and I would also have to figure out how to actually structure and create that outline, because I have no idea how I should approach this topic. So in these particular scenarios, it's harder to write the book at a rapid pace. So that's why I rely on prior knowledge. And, plus, relying on prior knowledge means you don't have to go onto Google or being or duct up go depending on your favorite search engine. You don't have to go on those and search for articles related to what you're talking about because all of its already in here And if you do that, what's gonna happen is you risk getting distracted by Facebook by YouTube and all those other things. 7. When Prior Knowledge Isnt Enough: if you turn off the WiFi when you're writing your book. But you really want to go into Google to find a particular article because you feel like it could support an argument or point you're making with in your book, you do not turn on the WiFi to get that article. What you do instead is you make a clear note in your book that you need an article that says Ex, for instance, within this particular section of your book. So the way I usually do this is I will you I will hit the old caps but it on my computer so that this is just a string off capital letters conveying the message that I need to understand and a string of completely capital letters is hard to miss. So this is a technique that I also use in my block posts. So when I'm writing the block posts, I don't want to go into Google to find the right picture for a certain point that I'm talking about. So what I will do instead is I lose all caps. I will type out the word image needed, and that basically tells me that I need to add an image during the editing process. So don't feel the need thio going to Google or any type of search engine, or look anything up on the Web when you're writing your book, because you could just simply remind yourself that you have to do these things during the editing process so you can stay home in on the writing flow. 8. How To Learn More About Anything: In the earlier example, I mentioned about knowing social media versus knowing very little about fashion. There is important idea that you can use in order to learn mawr about any particular topic , and that idea is to write a book on what you are trying to learn. So obviously there is a point where I knew nothing about soulful media. I didn't know as much about self improvement all that stuff like I do now. But what I decided to do is I decided to write content so you could see it in my beginning block post that they weren't what they are now. But writing this content forced me to do research forced me to convey certain thoughts in my own words. And by doing that over a long period of time, I picked up a few things and became an expert in social media. So if there is a topic that you know very little about, but you want to learn a lot about that topic, write a book about it, read the bog post, watched the videos, get the key takeaways from those and convey does takeaways in your own words, and turn that into a book. Now the go through this approach, it's going to take you a lot more than six hours to write. That spoke because you don't know how to properly structure it, too. Give customers a valuable experience, but you will learn all those things eventually. And when you write it out, you're going to retain more knowledge that you obtain within that area, and that's going to help you learn more about that particular topic that you would like to learn more about. 9. Blank Screen Writing: blank screen writing is when you have the document open and you have some ideas flowing, but you don't have any of them written down. And it's that process where you're writing in the moment you run out of things to say about a particular idea. You have to now think about the next idea. This is not the right way to write, because you're constantly on pause until you think of another idea that you can begin writing about. 10. Prepare For Each Writing Session: one common mistake I see people make is that they open up the computer they're ready to write, but they don't know what they're going to write about. And the problem with that is you get you've got this buffer space within your mind right now you're thinking of an idea to get started, but that risks that you use the WiFi get distracted. So basically, you have to open that computer knowing exactly what you're going to write the moment you opened that computer. Now, if you're an early bird writer, which that's the writing style that I prefer as well, um, you wake up, you're not gonna wake up all the time and think, Oh, this is what I have to write about a my this particular section from the book upon getting up from bed. That's not how it works for most of us. So what you want to do instead is first off. Having the outline is a huge advantage. It helps out in this area, but more importantly, identify what you're going to write the night before. So every single night before I go to bed, I'm always identifying the first me. I have to do when I wake up the first piece of content, I have to get out there. I have to make changes to. I always identify what I have to do the night before. So when I wake up Santa matter of oh, what do I have to do? Which a matter of I know exactly what I have to do? I'm going to charge and going to make it happen. So if you do that, you plan out for the night before you'll know exactly what you have to type upon getting on the computer, and I know that if you don't do this the night before, you do it in the morning. Shorts text five minutes. But what's five minutes while five minutes is quite a lot, because if you do this full time, then five minutes a day adds up and it's gonna add up to several days that you wasted. I could have been done the night before when productivity is dipping anyway, so you have to anticipate the compound in effect of losing five minutes here and there, especially if you want to take this full time. So I encourage you before you go to bed. write down what you're going to do. And even when you're about to take one of your brakes, what you do is you write the title of the next section, the next sub topic that you're going to discusses in the book, that by looking at the tile, you immediately remember what you have to type next. 11. The Best Way To Turn Writing Into A Habit: the best way to turn writing into a habit is to set a specific time in which you will start writing and this time can be the same. Oregon vary based on each day of the week. So on Thursdays you may decide that 12 p.m. is the time you can write out content for your book on one day is you may decide that is better for you to write at 9 a.m. But you need tohave that set time for every single day of the week, and then you have to commit to it. So if you commit to Mondays at 9 a.m. don't go on the computer at 905 and start writing 9 a.m. means nine AM, and if you are committed to doing that, it's going to be easier for you to commit to the long haul. Commit to all of the work that you have to do that it is a lot of work, but it does lead to a full time income. You have to be really committed or to reach that level, so making sure that you show up at a specific time each day of the week is going to allow you to achieve that commitment in which you turned writing into a habit, and you may constant progress with your books, and it doesn't matter whether you write for 30 minutes or a few hours. You definitely have to be committed to that starting time, but set a minimum for how long you're going to write. So 30 minutes make that your minimum. So don't stop writing until you hit the 30 minute marker. And if you feel like you've got a lot of ideas flowing even after 30 minutes, then just keep on writing 30 minutes and the specific word count as mentioned before those air minimums, and depending on where you are, you can exceed those minimums to any extent that you desire. 12. Write Every Single Day: the best way has become better at anything is with practice, and writing is no exception. Not only will writing every single day allow you to produce more books at a faster pace, but the quality of your books is also going to increase as well, because over time we're going to learn how to write faster, and your mind's going to learn how to think faster and think of more ideas that you can use to make your book better. So in order to make sure you do this every single day is set a minimum goal for yourself in terms of word count each day. So how many words are you going to write every single day for your book? So a minimum of 1000 words per day, for instance, means you're going to do it least 7000 words every single week, But that's the minimum. On some days it will be 1000. On other days, it's gonna be like 1500 or 2000 or it all depends on how much time you have. Make sure you are not going below that minimum standard, so if you write 900 words, that's not the 1000. You gotta squeeze in that extra 100. So you hit the 1000 for the day. It doesn't matter if you get 1000 words. 1000 and one words. You gotta hit the 1000 or whatever minimum you set for yourself to start. And don't stop yourself if you accomplish your goal. But you feel like there's still a lot of ideas rattling inside of your head because those are the opportunities where you can write thousands upon thousands of words. You blink. A few hours have gone by and all of a sudden you have 5000 words within your draft of your upcoming book. 13. Gradual Evolution OR Devolution Your Choice: all changes that we make our gradual. There are a few exceptions, but for the most part, their gradual. And that means that the change maker gradually evolving us or they're gradually devolving us. So you want to make sure you're making the gradual changes that are going to help you reach higher levels. So what you do that is, you start off by choosing a particular goal that you wish to accomplish. So let's say you want to get to the point where you're writing 2000 words per day, but right now you can only write 500 words per day. Now you don't go from 500 to 2000 and one day because making some big jump like that is gonna be overwhelming. And you're gonna think, How can I keep on doing this? I mean, if you do the jump with one day, then yeah, you're probably gonna hit your 2000 but they're gonna realize that, or at least think that it's very difficult for you to do it again without sacrificing the rest of your business. So gradual evolution is the process of slightly adding more words per day until you get to 2000. So you write 500 words for one week. The next week you bump it up to 750 words per day the next week 1000 then 1250 you do everything you can to gradually evolve. And then you hit the 2000 marker, and once you do that, you've accomplished your goal. And once you accomplish cycle, you have two choices. You can either stay there or you can gradually evolved from, or so Nike. What's stopping you from morning 2100 words per day and then moving up to 2200 words per day? This is a very gradual change, but if you make a gradual, you'll barely notice. And then all of a sudden you'll be running 2000 words per day just as easily as it was when you were writing 500 words per day before you went on this little journey. So make sure that you were constantly getting a little better. Even if it's very minuscule, very unnoticeable. It is better to get slightly better than a little worse, and that's because if you get a little worse, so like your 2000 dropped down to 1800. Getting a little worse is going to become the new habit. Then all the sudden and 1500 words is very hard. All of a sudden, you struggled to write 1000 so use it or lose it. That's how habits work. That's how writing great content works. And once you hit what you view as your ceiling for different reasons, maybe you want to devote your time to other areas. So maybe 2500 words is your ceiling, because you feel like you need to devote your time or you feel like you're going to sacrifice your value. You do not drop down to 2300 words. Do not because they are gonna keep dropping and you're gonna become more comfortable with dropping. And that's gonna be a devolution. Even though you don't want it to happen, it's going to become a habit that derails your efforts. So be wary of what gradual changes are occurring within your life and make sure you are always evolving instead of getting lower 14. Keep Track Of Everything: One of the best pieces of advice I've ever heard is to keep track of everything. So that means all the work that you do or the breaks that you take all the ways you procrastinate and write them all down in a notebook that you keep with you and that you write in every single day. And what this does for you is you get to see your strengths. What? You did that. How did you have a good day? Your weaknesses. What happened, Teoh on your bad days, and you also have to write everything down. So you're gonna feel really great about yourself when you write down that you wrote 5000 words. You're gonna feel really terrible about yourself when you write down that you were watching TV for five hours. So this book puts in this notebook puts into perspective the short term benefit versus the long term benefits a washing TV, short term benefit writing 5000 wars for a book long term benefit, because when you publish it and you do the right marketing, you're going to get a lot of sales. So keeping track of everything that you do will make you more productive because it will force you to become more aware of how you are wasting your time and how you are utilising your time and not just gonna help you become more productive in anything that you do, regardless of whether you're writing books in bulk or pursuing some other area of business . 15. How To Create An Effective Outline: blank screen writing is going to take you a very long period of time. So what's to get deal approach? The ideal approach is to create an outline of your book going in. Creating this outline of your book going in gives you a basic overview of how your book is going to go from start to finish. You create the outline by first, uh, thinking of book topic and writing down as many possible things. You know about that topic that you could discuss within the book. So if you want to write a book about getting more Twitter followers, how to get more Twitter followers as a potential title, then write down all the ways that you know it's get more Twitter followers, and that's basically the brain dump. So after you do that, you can organize them into sections, group them together, see which ones can connect with each other. The best form, the sections, the chapters of your book, that's your outline and what you have the outline. You know how you were going to write the content and what to write about. So once you have the outline, you're not thinking what is going to you my next idea because you already know what you're going to write about next. Instead, you're going to think about how do I make my content better and you're going to be thinking about that throughout the writing process, and that's going to help you come out with higher value books in a shorter period of time. 16. Recharge Your Batteries: if you think the only thing that needs recharging is your computer, your smartphone or anything like that, we've got a problem because recharging is critical for you to write a highly value book and just provide overall value. Because what happens is as you work longer, your productivity is going to sink down, and the value that you provide is going to sink down as well. Because the harder we work, the more were tested. The more convoluted is in the mind set, and then at some point which you really do not want to have happen, the work can get frustrating. You do not want to have that adult because not only will you have a minute or several minutes, or even an hour that you are not enjoying life, but you're not gonna provide value within this book. And then it's just a rushed book. People comptel, and then you get a lot of bad reviews on Amazon. That is something that you do not want to have happened. So what you do instead is you recharge. You take the 10 to 30 minute break. Now this isn't some colossal to our three hour break. It's nothing like that. But if you take 10 to 30 minute breaks here and there, what's gonna happen is you are going to come back to your work fully charged, ready to provide value as if you had just woken up and you're at your peak level of willpower. So at this point, the next thing has to do is figure out how you're going to take the break. And this is really important, especially when it comes to taking the break and then going back to writing this book at a really efficient taste. So the types of rationing to take are the ones which you are active. So sitting back watching TV, you are passive. Life is happening to you. You are not happening to it. So instead of just passively sitting, watching TV, I like to read books and reading books makes me active because there's a difference between sitting back watching, seeing what's happening and having the book up here, using your eyes to read it. I mean, you could look at the TV and know what's happened, but you can't look at a book, and though it's happening, you really have to dig a little deeper in order to read that book. Now reading is just one way to take a break in the active. You could also stretched. Insert a little exercise, whatever you do, as long as you were being active. And that way, since you've been active while you are working your taking a break but still being active, it's easier for you to go back to work and be active because you are always active. There wasn't this passive moment of time in which you were just watching things happen instead of happening. Teoh the world so basically, just make sure you were staying active throughout the day. Being active doesn't necessarily being playing a sport. Swinging the baseball bat running a mile. Being active just means being the opposite of passing, which would be the equivalent of basically sitting back and watching TV. 17. How To Find Time For The Rest Of Your Business: You may feel really excited about writing all of these different books, but what happens to a lot of people is they start writing the books, but then it takes over. It takes over the rest of the business. There's no time for marketing. There's no time for creating training courses. There's no time for making connections or anything else other than the book portion off your business. So what you have to do to ensure that this doesn't take too much of your time? There are several things. The first thing you could do is you can set a deadline for how much time you have to write the book. So if you give yourself a minimum of 30 minutes but a maximum of two hours, for instance, you will be forced to work at a higher level because you know that the impending deadline is coming up. The impending deadline will push you to extreme accomplishment. It's one of the things that pushes us to do homework the night before. I mean, without that deadline, no one would be doing their homework literally. No homework would ever get done without a deadline. So if you have that maximum in place. You ensure that you are being very conscious of each minute you spend writing while ensuring that it doesn't take over the rest of your business. And speaking of the rest of your business, just because it's a part of your business doesn't mean it's something that you should have to do, even if it is essential for the survival of your business. So that this point, you may be thinking something that's like it helps the business survive. Why would I not do it? Well, the answer is outsourced. You want to outsource some of the work from your business to other people. So you have Maura of your time that suddenly opens up that you could focus towards other areas of your business. I have outsourced many areas of my business. If I did not, there are a lot of things that I could not be doing. Right now, Outsourcing is one of the most powerful ways to open up a lot of time, and in some cases outsourcing will result in higher value because there are some people who know more things than us. Believe it or not, I mean, sometimes like to think we know everything. But there is that video editor who knows more than me. There are people who know more to meet and things that I do. So I like toe outsource those tasks so that they get done better and that I have more time to focus on other areas of my business. So just not just writing books, but every other part of my business that I want to do. 18. How To Conquer The Impossible Schedule: When people think about writing books in bulk, they think about a lot of they think about the joy of running these books. They think about the revenue that could possibly be making they think about all of these benefits. But then the big excuse, Oh, my schedule and that excuse is literally the go to excuse other than I don't have enough time. But they kind of have the similar themes. So I'm gonna count that as like, I don't have enough time. Well, there are people, and these people are successful. They have impossible schedules, and people overlook that these people have seemingly impossible schedules because look at this big success that they have. And if only I had more time, I'll be just as successful. So here's the problem with that. We all have 24 hours in the given debt and rural sleeping and eating and doing a bunch of different things that are unrelated to business or relationship or anything like that. So who knows? Depending on the person in how much we sleep, let's say a each person, that's like 12 hours, they're actually awaiting us not eating. So with that said, we all have basically the same time. It's all a matter of how we utilize it. So I don't like boasting about myself. But I'm a college student and I'm doing all these different things, and I didn't say I'm a college student. I'll wait until I graduate because then I'll have more time and then I can't use that excuse anymore. I started, like, way before college, but the point is, I never let my schedule control my fate. In reality, you have a lot more control than you realize. You have the ability to side whether you can or cannot do something. The battles are always one. Before they start, they are won and lost singlehandedly within the mind. So if you ve yourself with someone who has an impossible schedule, regardless of this motivational speech, then I challenge you to find 30 minutes within your schedule, and I don't care what your schedule looks like. 30 minutes is very easy to find. You stay up 30 minutes later, you give up something that you would have been doing for 30 minutes. There are plenty of ways to find 30 minutes per day, one the most common in popular wrath people could take is giving up 30 minutes of television because the average American watches TV for 32 hours every single week. The average person in the good birdie household is watching TV for about two hours a week, max. So that's like 30 extra hours that we get so making these changes, getting rid of bad habits that are derailing you, replacing them with good habits that's gonna open up sometimes gonna open up 30 minutes. Whatever your schedule looks, I find at least 30 extra minutes that you could devote towards writing books. And those 30 minutes are going to add up over a long period of time and result in you eventually writing book after book and then with the right marketing, you're going to end up generating a lot of sales and get a lot of credibility from your efforts. 19. Conclusion: first off, I'd like to congratulate you for going through the entire course, so I'm just going to give you an overview of what's next. If you have any questions for me based on what you've gone through already, different things that you learn outside of the course. Asked me those questions part of this course. It's not just everything you get in the videos. It's also direct access to me. You can ask me any type of question in regards to writing books, marketing all that fun stuff, and I answered them. But I also create videos based on your questions that I include within this course. So I look forward to continuing the learning experience with you, and I look forward to seeing your first book signing off. 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