Richard Branson, Tony Hsieh and Harvey Mackay are household names and huge international brands.

But at one time, they were just hugely successful business executives who were unknown outside their inner circles.

They all did one thing that propelled them to international celebrity status:

They Each Wrote A Book

Indeed, the presidents of such companies as Whole Foods, Campbell Soups, Yum! Brands, Starbucks, and GE also wrote books.

Why would a CEO or C-Suite executive want to write a book?

Let me show you

10 Reasons You Should Write A Book
(Or Hire An Experienced Book Writer
To Write It For You)

They include:

  1. Build your brand. You could be recruited for bigger and better jobs, asked to join more boards or negotiate bigger compensation packages.
  2. Get known. Stand out from your peers and jump to the head of the line.
  3. Become a person of interest whose opinions are sought out.
  4. Share your vision so you can influence others at your company and in your industry.
  5. Share your wisdom so you increase your value as a leader.
  6. Share your insights so you can make the world a better place.
  7. Leave a legacy so future generations of leaders will remember you and your advice.
  8. Conference speaker bureaus will ask you to speak so you gain even more influence and grow your business
  9. Improve your standing with your employees. People want to work for someone famous.
  10. Let’s face it. If you’re in the C-Suite, you probably have a healthy ego and you’d like to let your old college buddies – and your mother-in-law – know that you’re a success.

Of course, you might not have time or ability to write a book yourself.

That’s why many C-Suite executives hire a ghostwriter to write the book for them.

If you are too busy or don’t feel comfortable writing, a ghostwriter could be the person you need to hire to write your book.

I’ve written six books for Wiley, so I know the value of a book!

Those books led to speaking engagements all over world – from Beijing to Budapest!

The books also helped me raise my fees – and justify my fees.

I’m looking to help 3 more C-suite executives write their books this year.

If you are interested – or know someone who is – click here and discover how I can help.

Publishing a book is a great way for any C-Suite executive to build their brand.

While you might not (yet) be in the same league at Richard Branson, you can still benefit (NOW) from writing a book.