Where do you begin? What do you include in your story? Where do you publish your story? Comprehend the channel of telling and selling your story.
You get a complete eBook with ideas to build substance to your startup story and make it evocative. The eBook comes in .ePub, .PDF and .Mobi formats.
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The book not only enables you to develop the acumen to start telling a story, it also takes care of your basic needs to learn and understand things from the scratch.
At the end of the day, you need to sell your startup. And yes, if you’re going to do that, you need to have a well-sorted plot.
All achievements boil down to one thing—how did they plan the whole thing? Yes, devising the plan is important and if you are to be the author of a fantastic book, you need to devise a fantastic plan for it.
Now story telling has no limitations.You can use print media, books, eBooks and other means to tell your story. However, you won’t enough if you don’t make use of social media and the umbrella-of-Google to your advantage.
Now there is one thing that you need to know—there is no fixed path for editing content. The editing process is different for every writer. Now having said that, you have a number of points that seem to work with every writer.
In this book, we’ve ensured that an entrepreneur gets to know everything he needs to know to share his story. This book isn’t a soap opera of how a certain ‘XYZ Company’ made it big. It’s about how you will make your idea big.
So how do you go about with telling your startup story? Where do you begin? What do you include in your story? Who do you approach for ideas? Where do you publish your story? How do you comprehend the channel of telling and selling your story? They are all in here.
We are all writers in our own rights; some of us like to exercise our writing skills on social media platforms, while others choose personal diaries, blogs, websites or anything where they get a chance to scribble. Take this book as a motivation to showcase your story to the world!
- Making a name for yourself
- The approach
- Magna Carta to Successful Writing
- The art to writing
- Public Opinion
- How do you implement the idea of writing dailyWhy should you develop a habit for writing?
- Grab the attention
- Build your company’s personality
- The X-Factor—Emotional Attachment
- Rule 1: Learn what your audience admires
- Rule 2: You’re the ‘writer’ but be a part of the audience
- Rule 2: You’re the ‘writer’ but be a part of the audience
The hardest thing to do as a writer is to get the first page done. You don’t believe it? Well, try it for yourself. I’m no Charles Dickens but you’re about to read a classic novel’s worth of words in this page.
Writing about your startup seems like a vague notion on the outside, but just like an onion, when you peel off more layers, you find the exact same thing every single time; and you start crying!
Now if you have a spontaneous tendency to become an inanimate object when you know you should be doing productive things, here is what’s going to happen. You will try and try...and try again, and subsequently (read: unsurprisingly), fail to achieve your goals quite often (if not always).
If Einstein defined doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result as ‘madness’, most of the time, the way we take a shot at things echoes the definition of madness.
So yes, there is a dire need for us to start reconstructing our approach towards most of the things we do (or perceive). And writing is no exception! As a writer, one of the most common things that I’ve noticed in people (including myself) is that, we all plan to write but fail to start. If you think that you need to be an accomplished writer to write your first book, I’d say that isn’t true.
All achievements boil down to one thing—how did they plan the whole thing? Yes, devising the plan is important and if you are to be the author of a fantastic book, you need to devise a fantastic plan for it. So let’s start with the most important part of the plan...
You need to get your readers interested in reading your book. How do you expect your readers to read the entire thing if you do not have something in it for them? So yes, the best way to grab the attention of readers is to connect to your audience, show them the cake.
When people pay attention, you are able to communicate to the audience and show them your stand.You’re able to express what you are looking for and why people should use your idea to their benefit.
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In this book, the author has tried to keep the idea straight forward. To put it blatantly, there is enough of ‘textual gabbling’ and ‘click baits’ going around. Simply put, the author has ensured that there is no beating around the bush.
The hardest thing to do as a writer is to get the first page done. You don’t believe it? Well, try it for yourself. A professional writer is an amateur who did not quit.
Writing can be one of the most instrumental changes in your life. We are all writers in our own rights and we all have plans to someday (maybe) sit down and write. The point is, if you do not write every day, you won’t find the time to write even if you are free on a particular day.
When you’re about to tell your story, there are certain things that you need to follow. You need to follow certain rules. Rules that will help you create a story that is not just well narrated, but connects to people through its charming narrative.
In the era that we live today, it is impossible to make your business survive without an online presence. The same applies to your story as well. You need to devour the many aspects of being online in order to create a niche for yourself.
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Self-published books often have a bad reputation for poor editing. The catch is to professionally edit your story. You have written your story but for it meet the world—you better make sure that it is good enough.
"Well done on the book guys! Well structured and meaningfully written. Certainly helps me to structure my own story."
"The book speaks a lot on story telling. Not just telling a story from a startup perspective but from the scratch."
"The book has got its basics right. A must read for story tellers."