How to Write Your Spiritual Business Book

Do you hope to write a spiritual business book? Are you worried that business and spirituality don’t mix? Don’t worry.

Many best-selling business books have motivational and inspirational messages. In fact, including a motivational or spiritual message in your business book can help you create an emotional connection with your reader. This can make your topic even more powerful.

Find a Balance

The key to mixing business and spirituality in a business book is balance. The most successful business books have a practical, yet enticing title, but also include personal anecdotes and stories. They seamlessly blend useful tips and ideas with stories of personal experiences.

Give Readers What They Want

When an author shares the spiritual experiences that led to his or her business success, readers are often moved and inspired beyond making money. The key is to share, not preach. Another approach is to draw readers in with what they want first — money or business success — before diving into spiritual principles.

If you need assistance planning and organizing your book, a professional ghostwriter or editorial coach can help.

Related Resources

Read more about How to Make Your Business Book Unique

Read more about How to Build Your Book Brand

Read more about Marketing Your Book

Read more about 8 Steps of Writing a Book

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