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Conflict: Good for your book



Something in the reader is engaged by conflict, if they can identify with it. If you lay out a story of someone faced with the kind of problem that you typically solve for your clients, describe just how bad things were, then how they got worse (but only



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Conflict: Good for your book
Something in the reader is engaged by conflict, if they can identify with it. If you lay out a story of someone faced with the kind of problem that you typically solve for your clients, describe just how bad things were, then how they got worse but only if they really did, of course , and then how the problem was solved with your help, you will have a narrative that is engaging, or even gripping. And if you can describe three such situations, you should have no difficulty using your book to attract clients.br br Think about it What grips iyouri attention Isnt the pattern of conflict and resolution in all your favorite stories Theres no reason it cant be in your nonfiction writing, too.br br And this is just the sort of thing that will carry over nicely into other productspodcasts recordings ebooks and more.br br div classzemantapixieimg classzemantapixieimg alt srchttpimg.zemanta.compixy.gifxid4296032e93d6896a9352b8a427beccb4 div



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