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Bruce Hoag

I don’t know if you realize this or not, Scott, and maybe you’ve thought about it already, but you ought to write a book or two about your experiences.

You don’t have to name names, though I imagine that where you have good things to say, they would appreciate it.

My suggestion isn’t a veiled pitch for your business, by the way.

It’s simply a recognition that you’ve had some unique experiences and have almost firsthand knowledge of people who are well-known and respected in entrepreneurial circles; and that kind of information is gold.

The thing to do would be to make a list of the people you’ve met or those who knew people like Clement Stone.

Then start adding what you’ve learned about these people.

Ten or twelve names would be enough; one for each chapter.

Then you’d write an introductory chapter that would spell out the themes, and a concluding chapter that would tie it altogether.

The entire book could be produced on Kindle.

Depending on how much information you have, or could get, it would probably be about 50K words.

Bruce Hoag PhD
The Internet Marketing Psychologist
The Mindful Writer - for deep and persuasive copy

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