Has life thrown you for a loop lately?
If so, there might be a book in it.
Let me tell you about Bruce Huck, owner of TriOasis, A Cellular Energy Center in Portland, Oregon.
During a routine checkup, Bruce’s regular naturopath heard an unusual heartbeat. He hadn’t felt any warnings, but further tests showed that he needed quadruple heart bypass.
Anyone can imagine what a shock that might be. One minute you’re helping people with their health problems, building a business, staying active, busy and involved, and the next, you’re looking at months out of circulation, at best.
For Bruce, it was more than an opportunity to re-evaluate. It was also a chance to show the value of what he offers his clients day by day.
Because the tools and techniques he offers at his center are powerful means of easing pain without drugs, building strength without injury, and working at a cellular level to help the body recover.
Within three months of surgery, he was back to his normal schedule.
His cardiac surgeon was impressed, and his chiropractor had never seen as quick a recovery in 20 years of practice.
Bruce came back with a story to tell — a way to give others in the same situation options and hope.
What’s your story?
- An existential scare?
- A lesson learned?
- A new insight into your clients’ problem?
It’s easy to think, because you’re so close to your story, that it’s not interesting, not significant. But your experience is unique and valuable, if you can tell it in a way that brings out the truth and drama of it.
Bruce puts in long hours working in his center, and he didn’t have time to sit down and write the book himself, so he told me his story in a couple of one-hour interviews over the telephone. I then took his words, his ideas, and made them a manuscript.
You don’t have to be held back by technical details or logistics. Get help for the things about writing a book that are too hard for you. Free yourself up to put into it what it uniquely valuable in yourself.
With the finishing touches that make a book look and feel professional, we are planning an early 2017 release date.
All this happens in the background for Bruce, as he goes about his life and work.
At the end of the process, he’ll have a professionally produced book that can explain what his center offers and how people can use his technologies to recover from major surgery and other ailments.
He can explain how he made a remarkable recovery from major surgery and how others can learn from his experience.
He will have a gift for clients and prospects that continues to speak long after the one-to-one conversation is over.
By putting his story into a book, he can show his readers that he understands their situation, first-hand, and that he has the knowledge and experience to help.
What’s holding you back from telling your story?
If you’re ready to move forward in your business and professional life, maybe it’s time to make that story into a book.
Call me at (503) 765-6981 to talk about how to make it happen.