Highlights of today’s show:
- Nathan W Morris joins us to discuss his book Your 33 Day Money Action Plan
- Nathan wrote 4 manuscripts before the final book was released
- At the end of the book you will have a solid plan to attack your finances
- 33 days full of tips and advice to be used as a checklist to see how well you are doing
- Nathan’s advice to anybody wanting to write a book is to just do it
Nathan Morris from NathanWMorris.com joins me on the show to discuss his book Your 33 Day Money Action Plan*. Nathan had wanted for awhile to write a book to help multiply his message. Nathan wrote the book to help give people a step by step action plan on how to get their finances in order. At the end of the 33 days, you will be organized in your finances, have started to develop a solid plan to attack any weaknesses you have in their finances, and know how to cut back waste and control your spending.
The book is meant to be used as a checklist to see what you are doing well and what areas you can work on. One of the main topics in the book is determining your “why.” Your “why” is important because to make changes you have to have concrete reasons for the change. Nathan has found in his experience that having “whys” that are focused on others tend to work better then those “whys” that are centered on self.
Growing up, Nathan never considered himself as a writer or author. In fact in college, Nathan received an “F” on his final college paper. Throughout the process, the easy part of writing a book is the actual writing. The hard part was just making the time to write it down, doing the editing, and marketing the book. Nathan sees himself releasing another book in a year or two. His advice to anyone who wants to write a book is to just do it. If you have a story to share, don’t let your lack of previous writing get in the way.
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