Attention: HR leaders, generalists, specialists and consultants…

Want to advance your career in HR faster?  Well, one of the best ways of doing this is by authoring of your own book.  In fact, you can…

Now write your own book and get it
in DAYS, not years. Even if
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Ever thought about writing your own book?  Most HR folks have.  If you haven’t, here are 10 big reasons why you should…

#1: Writing your own HR book gets you instant respect and credibility.

It sounds crazy, but our society immediately holds you in higher regard once you’ve written your own book…even if your book never sells one single, stinkin’ copy.

Your book documents that you know your stuff. And, people are more likely to take advice from you once they perceive you as an established expert and a credible source.

When you’ve written your book, you are now seen as a “go-to” authority and trusted advisor on that subject by others. And you are!

Also, if you’ve ever dreamed of someday building a national (or even global) reputation in your HR specialty…then your book is your vehicle for getting the ball rolling.

#2: Your own HR book is the most powerful business card on the planet.

Almost everyone has a business card. And, on a busy day, for a busy person, a dozen or so business cards may change hands. However, business cards are easy to misplace, forget about and lose.

If you’re a savvy HR pro, why not use your book as your “calling card.” Handing your book to key people instead of a crappy little card creates a distinctive impression. Nothing quite has the impact of a copy of your book which contains your credentials, contact information, something about your HR philosophy, thoughts and insights.

A book which that contains all that becomes one of the most powerful calling cards there is. First, it marks you in the mind of the person who has received it as being someone different to everyone else they have met that day.

Also, unlike a business card a book is hard to misplace, difficult to lose and next to impossible to forget about.

Third, by its very presence your book invites closer examination and a leafing of pages, at the very least, making your message to the receiver much more powerful than just a business card.

#3: Your own HR book is a powerful marketing tool that sells you and your HR capabilities 24/7.

If you’ve read my first book, Unwritten HR Rules, you know that I am a firm believer that if you truly want to enhance your influence, prominence, credibility, career and financial success in HR, you must learn how to promote yourself.

In fact, the most important sale you’ll ever make in your HR career is the decision to start selling yourself and your accomplishments even more. However, it’s tough to do this without coming across like some complete, utter jerk.

So, if you’ve shied away from doing this, then your own book is an ideal marketing tool. By using your book to “share your knowledge with others,” it allows you subtly “advertise” your HR brilliance to the marketplace — without appearing arrogant.

#4: Your own HR book differentiates you from 99% of the HR pack and leapfrogs you to the front of the line.

Having a finished book with your name on the front cover immediately makes you stand out as unique in HR from those without one.

If you’re looking to land a new job, impress a client or a capture a plumb consulting assignment, you have a HUGE competitive advantage over the glut of other potential HR professionals out there who have only their resume and maybe a decent LinkedIn profile working on their behalf.

It’s like bringing a bazooka to a knife fight.

#5: Your own HR book will enlarge your network.

Today, job security does not exist. The closest thing to a “job security blanket” is a wide network of contacts that can open doors and produce job leads for you.

After I released my first book, my contact network increased exponentially. My LinkedIn network increased by 700+ people in four months. My Twitter followers by 2500+ in three months. And my offline network of contacts increased significantly too. I attribute just about all of it to my book.

This is not unusual. Your book will attract new people that will want to affiliate with you, partner with you, build a relationship with you or simply add you to their network of contacts. This is includes recruiters, headhunters, potential hiring managers, consultants, consulting firms or others who are impressed with you – you, the published author.

#6: Your own HR book creates a source of extra income.

Let’s be clear. Unless you are a J. K. Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, don’t expect to make millions from a book.

Even the big names in HR — David Ulrich, John Sullivan, Libby Sartain, John Boudreau, Jac Fitz-enz and others — don’t make HUGE dollars from book sales alone. Now, they DO make a decent side income from their books…but they get much, much bigger paychecks by capitalizing on the huge number of income opportunities that their books have created for them.

For example, as authors in HR, they get sought out by companies and executives who will more readily pay them for their consulting, coaching and advice. Others pay them to appear and speak in workshops, classes, seminars, keynotes or on panels. They also create cash flow from their webinars or teleseminars.

All of these are just a few income opportunities that can potentially open up to YOU, too, as an author.

But, even if you have just a TINY amount of success with your book, you’ll can still wind up putting a few extra dollars in your pocket. And, taking advantage of just one or two unexpected income opportunities that your book will create for you every now and then, isn’t a bad thing for your career either.

#7: Your own HR book gives you tax advantages.

The other financial benefit of your own book is that you are permitted to claim deductions as a result of running a business from your home. Now, I’m not a tax attorney and I don’t play one on TV, so I can’t give you legal advice.

But in many cases, it is possible that in your “new career” as a part-time author, you may be able to deduct expenses related to the cost of a computer, internet service, office equipment (fax machine, printer, scanner) and furniture, hardware, software and other expenses. Certainly, worth checking out.

#8: Your own HR book can be your advocacy tool for communicating your unique message to the world.

One of the best ways of standing out in HR is to be an advocate. Those who change, influence or put their fingerprints on the HR profession tend to be advocates of some point of view.

You can be an advocate of HR leadership. Or an advocate of work/life balance. Or an advocate of talent development. Or an advocate of HR technology. Or you can be an advocate for HR managers in unionized manufacturing locations. You can slice up the HR field however you’d like and become a passionate advocate for your piece of the profession. The choice is yours.

And book is an outstanding vehicle for communicating your advocacy message and making a lasting impact on the profession.

Since everyone won’t own your book, you can also break it up and use chapters in your book to get your “message” out in small chunks – on the internet, as articles, on blogs, within newsletters and magazines to further promote your name, your reputation and your cause.

#9: Your own HR book enables you to make a difference in the lives of those you’ll never meet.

When you write a book, it has reach across the globe and its contents can help people who may live thousands of miles away who can benefit from your message. And as such, it is allows you to touch all types of people in your audience who can benefit from your wisdom and brilliance.

#10: Your own HR book provides you with a sense of accomplishment that will stay with you for the rest of your life.

When you write a book, you will feel a great sense of achievement because you’ve done something that most people will never do. And you’ve gained a title most will never have: “author.”

This is a title that will stay with you forever. It’s not an HR job title. It’s a permanent title. When you work for someone, you may have earned a certain job title within the company. But when you change jobs, you no longer have the right to refer to yourself using that old job title as your current title. But, as an author, you will carry that accomplishment with you to your grave.

There you have it. These are just a few of the many benefits of writing your own book.

With that said, obviously writing a book isn’t for everyone. And, there are plenty of HR folks who do quite well in their careers without one. However, if you’d think you would like to do a book either now or sometime in the future. Then let me tell what I’ve put together for you.

It’s called…

Take Your Career in Human Resources To The Next Level By Authoring Your Own Book — Even If You Don’t Know Where To Start or Have Anything To Say!

This is a quick read, step-by-step, 47-page PDF guide (plus a 20-minute downloadable BONUS video). And it’s geared for anyone in HR that would absolutely love to write their own book, but just doesn’t have the time…or the skill.

All the fat has been trimmed so you can get started as quickly as possible. No need to sit through and go through 100-150 pages of stuff – you can read this downloadable PDF guide, the step-by-step instructions and the bonus video…and get started in an hour or less.

The secret outlined in WRITE YOUR OWN HR BOOK FAST! is a shortcut called “The Down & Dirty Method.” This method uses a simple easy-to-follow, step-by-step, “down and dirty” approach that will enable  you will be able to author your own book faster than you thought possible – even if you don’t have anything to say or know where to start.

I came across this super-fast book writing approach from an expert who has made over $14 million writing about and sharing his skills and expertise. (I’ll reveal to you who this expert is in this guide – hint: he’s not in HR.) However, you can use his secret to author a book in your area of expertise in Human Resources.

Let me be blunt: information like this is absolutely priceless.  And absolutely nothing has ever been created like this specifically for HR professionals, managers, consultants, coaches or executives.  Nevertheless, I’m pricing this cheap at $24.95 because I want to get this into the hands of as many serious HR people as possible and I don’t want cash to be an obstacle.

Here’s what else you will learn:

  • How to pick a hot topic and a killer title for your HR book. Catchy titles sell HR books and we show you step-by-step how to pick one that will grab your reader by the throat and compel them to buy.
  • The ideal number of pages and words for a great book that you can finished fast.  I guarantee that this will surprise you! .
  • How to make your book compelling and stand out…even if there’s already HR books written on your topic.
  • The simplest way to get your finished book published and available for sale in less than 5 days. This chapter alone will save you years of time in getting your HR book done.
  • Where to get virtually unlimited ideas for new HR books you can publish.
  • How to get your book published on Amazon in a softcover or a kindle version — easily and simply.
  • PLUS…12 Other Shortcuts For Getting Your Book Done Fast.  Just in case you don’t like the “down and dirty method”, I’ve provided twelve other methods that will help you produce your book with no lengthy writing periods, no writer’s block, no procrastination and no wasted days trying to create a multitude of pages of content.  And I’ve included actual pictures and examples of HR books in print right now that are selling well using these shortcuts — that you can use as models for your own.
  • And there’s much, much more!

Listen, I’ve written eight HR books in the last few years.  When I first started, one thing I wished I’d had was an easy, quick way to write my first book.   My first book took me an agonizing eighteen months to write.  Now I can get books done in days or weeks, not months or years.

I’m pleased to say I’ve finally cracked the code on how to write successful and popular HR books fast. And you’ll learn my techniques and insider secrets for the first time in this book.

For you, there’s never been a better time in history to write your own HR book FAST!  Don’t miss out on this opportunity. Get access to this advanced information now.  Get started today, and get ready to write a book quick and make money fast.

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In addition to the bonus video mentioned earlier, you’ll also get this 12-page confidential BONUS report that will help you get off off to a rapid start with your HR book.  This report is priceless!  Here’s why: many HR folks struggle to come up with a single viable topic idea for their book.  As a result, they get frustrated or they don’t get going as fast as they could. So, I’ve decided to include this bonus.   In this report, you’ll acquire 27 ideas for your next book, along with 157 title topics you can modify, steal or adapt for your own use. I’m sure that there is something on this list that can jump-start and shortcut the process of selecting the title of your next HR book.

This additional bonus will not be available forever, so don’t wait…

About the author:
Alan Collins is Founder of Success in HR and the author of eight books designed to help HR professionals advance their careers — including the best sellers: UNWRITTEN HR RULES. and HR INTERVIEW SECRETS. He was formerly Vice President – Human Resources at PepsiCo where he led HR initiatives for their Quaker Oats, Gatorade and Tropicana businesses.

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