A Ghostwriter's Perspective on Writing Your Book and Firing Family Members
Reluctant Thought Leader and expert ghostwriter, Paul Edwards joins Big A and Wally on this episode to share his wisdom on being a thought leader and overcoming the obstacles to writing and publishing to the world. Learn to ask the three big questions when writing a book: whom are you writing to, what’s your message, and what is your call to action?
In this episode, you will learn the following:
1. How to overcome that initial writer’s block when you set out to write a book
2. How to step into the shoes of the person to whom you’re listening to be an effective ghostwriter
3. What kind of impact or experiences people want to have as a result of publishing their wisdom and sharing it with the world
Paul Edwards wears many hats – ghostwriting agency owner, bestselling author, and master connector. Husband, father, and older brother to younger men. Amateur theologian, men’s physique athlete, voice mimic, and recovering insurance salesman.
A first-generation Spanish-speaking immigrant to the US with African heritage and Middle East combat experience, Paul’s lived in five different countries, speaks two languages, and holds three passports.
Paul does one thing well: communicates with people. When he isn’t writing content for clients, you’re most likely to find him speaking and building relationships for his network.
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