If you have served in leadership for a while, in any environment (business, family, nonprofit, education, healthcare, military), you have lived through many challenges. You’ve experienced things – good and bad – that you never expected. You’ve learned that encouragement and humility win the day. Probably you don’t regret a moment of this journey, even though some things didn’t turn out the way you’d hoped.
What you may not realize is how much people need to learn from your experiences and from the wisdom you have encountered along the way. They need your words of encouragement. Wouldn’t it be great if those who come after you don’t have to make discoveries the hard way?
One thing I’ve learned in working with leaders is how humble the best leaders are. If you’re the kind of leader I enjoy working with – and I believe you are – you probably don’t even think of yourself as a leader, let alone someone who should be putting words of wisdom in a book. The thought probably embarrasses you and goes against everything you’ve been taught about humility.
But reality is that you are a leader. It’s evident in the way you live, encourage, mentor, empower, and inspire, and by the roles you play in people’s lives.
You have so much to share. I would go so far as to say you have a responsibility to share what you’ve learned, and to teach by example how to lead. We, your readers and future generations of leaders need this!
You may feel like the more you have experienced, the less you know. But it’s your unique leadership experiences and your view of the world that the rest of us need to read and learn.
The world needs your legacy of leadership. It really does. One of the best ways to pass your legacy to others is through writing. Have you ever thought of what a gift your book would be for people who have yet to walk where you have walked?
I have spent 15 years ghostwriting and editing books for leaders like you. Leaders with real heart who have led through the trenches of life, work, home, and community. It has been a privilege to get to know each author and each story. I enjoy recommending these books and buying copies as gifts because I know people will be blessed by them.
To see a partial list of some of the books I have edited, please visit my Testimonials page. I don’t have any financial stake in recommending these books. I’m just incredibly proud of these authors for stepping out and sharing their life and wisdom in a book. If you have been considering writing a book to share your experiences, I hope seeing their books will inspire and encourage you.
To learn more about the ghostwriting, editing, and critiquing services I provide, please visit my Book Preparation page.