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Sep 02, 2019 08:54:46

Writing a Book Series Part 7 - My Book Description

by @brandonwilson PATRON | 246 words | 366๐Ÿ”ฅ | 366๐Ÿ’Œ

Brandon Wilson

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Part 1 - Fear Solving

Part 2 - Positioning

Part 3 - Objectives

Part 4 - Audience

Part 5 - Idea

Part 6 - Cocktail party pitch and North Star check

I know I will improve this down the road. But for now this is what I have crafted for my book description.

Inadequate sleep is slowly killing you. You donโ€™t have the energy you once did. You struggle to make better food choices and cannot lose weight and keep it off. You struggle to force yourself off the couch to exercise. You struggle with staying focused and remembering things. You know you should be operating much better physically and mentally.

Imagine waking up without an alarm, fully charged with energy that lasts the whole day. You actually want to exercise. You find it easy to eat healthy foods and are not tempted by junk food. Your mental focus sharpens. You feel like you did ten years ago.

If you donโ€™t have a great diet, itโ€™s difficult to change to a healthy one. If you donโ€™t regularly exercise, itโ€™s tough to establish an exercise routine. Donโ€™t start with diet or exercise. Start with sleep.

Brandon reversed type 2 diabetes and eliminated all prescription medication by changing his diet and establishing an exercise routine. None of this would have been possible if he hadnโ€™t started with optimizing his sleep. There are many behaviors and environmental factors that affect sleep, and this book provides the information you need to improve your sleep.

Part 8 - Title

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    @brandonwilson - Hey Brandon - this is coming up very well. Is there a reason why you are talking about Brandon in the third person?

    I love reading about someone's struggle by themselves...remember can't hurt me?
    Can't wait for this book.

    Keni avatar Keni | Sep 03, 2019 10:53:03
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      @keni According to the experts, the book description should be written in third person objective voice and not the author's voice. I wrote about this in Part 5.

      Brandon Wilson avatar Brandon Wilson | Sep 03, 2019 10:45:10
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      @brandonwilson - hmm... I missed that one. It feels awkward

      Keni avatar Keni | Sep 03, 2019 14:07:25
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      @keni Work in progress. :) I'm showing it all warts and all as I work through it start to finish.

      Brandon Wilson avatar Brandon Wilson | Sep 03, 2019 18:34:36
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