Today on the Book More Show we’re talking about the best way to use your presentation or webinar in your book.
It’s a question we get asked a lot… ‘I have a presentation recorded, can I use that to create my book’, and while getting it transcribed and edited may seem like a simple solution, there are many problems that come up when you try to jam your words from stage into the pages of your book you hope will be the start of a great customer conversation.
The good news is, there are a number of way you can use presentations or webinars you’ve already created to their maximum effect, and today we’re going to run through both the downside of straight reuse and the benefits and advantages you have by building on the work you’ve already done, in the right way.
The 90-Minute Book model of taking 30 minutes to outline your content, and 60 minutes to record something targeted is the fastest way to create a book that’s absolutely fit for purpose. Having helped create over 500 titles we’ve seen what works well, and what slows the process to a crawl.
Whether or not you’re working with us directly, today’s show will help you get your book out there quickly, and amplify your message with the presentation you don’t want to waste.
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Transcript: Book More Show 079