Teleclass: Own Your Authorship
April 22 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm$10.00 – $25.00
Topic: Own Your Authorship
Host: Kim O’Hara
CCEs: 0.5 Core Competencies / 0.5 Resource Development
Date: Thursday, April 22, 2021
Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Pacific Time
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom.us / Your link to join the conference will be sent after you register. Remember to login before registering for the event.
Writing a good book people will want to read is a big undertaking not for the faint of heart. What differentiates a successful author from another is the power in which they hold their belief system in their message and value. Owning your authorship is a key foundational step as they head into a year-long book writing journey. To write a book, one must have a clear understanding of their story, expertise, or system. While business owners, coaches, and entrepreneurs can be successful in many areas of their lives, writing a book presents an enormous hurdle. Misconceptions, lack of structure, and accountability to the book delay them often five, ten, or often twenty years. Own Your Authorship clarifies these blocks, explains some of the key first steps to storytelling, and shows how one can be the full package as an author.
Many people want to write books and look to their life or business coaches for direction and answers. Coaches often do not have this specific skill set and can benefit. Also, coaches can further work through their own narrative to better understand the kind of coach they are and their specific approach and why of their business. This identification helps them to attract the right clients and more effectively serve.
About Kim O’Hara
Book Coach to Best Sellers® Kim O’Hara has been a storyteller for over thirty years with a previous career as a movie producer and screenwriter, making eleven movies. Today, she guides her clients through writing best-selling books. Her authors have been on the Wall Street Journal’s top ten business book lists, USA Today’s top 150, and numerous Amazon #1 bestseller lists as well as #1 in all of the non-fiction. She hosts a successful podcast You Should Write A Book About That® where she interviews fascinating people with a story to tell.
Learn more about Kim O’Hara