You Could be Sitting on a Gold Mine!
Millions of people have a wealth of information stored in their heads but have never
thought about selling that information!
There are millions of buyers (all over the world) who want to know what you know.
Creating and selling a tips booklet is an excellent outlet for exchanging that information.
Everyone has skills they take for granted. Skills so familiar you don't even consider
them as skills. Skills that can be taught to others ... for money.
What do you know?
What skill do you have?
What is at least one thing you could teach others?
What do people
come to you and ask you how to do, because you are so good or know so much about?
Maybe you are: An avid collector, A whiz at computers, A knock out with fashion,
A food gourmet, A Ms Manners on etiquette, A grow anything-anywhere gardener.
What about: A car buff, A walking sports encyclopedia, An event organizer-planner,
A great landscaper, Run a spic and span janitorial service, Your web site generated
hit after hit ... Get the idea?
First you need to discover your skill, and then you need to write a booklet about it.
Give this some serious thought and discover your unique skills. You can come up with
at least one thing you can teach others.
Examine yourself, ask your friends and relatives, access the Internet. Sometimes
something or someone else can help us identify our unique skills.
Once you have identified your skill(s) you excel in, you can create a "how to" tips
booklet or manual. You don't have to write a prize winning novel. You don't even have
to be a writer. There is just one rule.... KISS Keep It Simple, Silly!
How to KNOW if you can create a booklet:
1) Are you a man or woman?___Yes___No
2) Do you have a skill you are good at...you love you know like the back of your
hand?__Yes__No (Job, profession, hobby, craft, fashion, sport, pets, food, computers,
health, cars-trucks, decorating, travel, web design, etiquette ... you name it ... the list and possibilities are endless!)
If you answered yes to EITHER of these questions you can right a tips booklet! If you
answered yes to BOTH of these questions you are already half-way there!
Paulette Ensign, the queen of Tips Booklets,
www.tipsbooklets.com states: Booklets, in general, are much easier, shorter and
quicker than trying to write a book. Plus booklets can be marketed many times for
re-sale in different ways.
Advantages to creating a tips booklet:
1) Booklets can usually be completed from start to finish in just a few weeks.
2) Booklets can be used as promotional items to promote already existing businesses.
3) Booklets can be used as the product itself.
4) Booklets can be used over and over creating a new stream of income each time.
5) Booklet prices encourage and invite large quantity purchases from businesses.
6) Booklets can be translated into different languages reaching larger audiences
providing another stream of income.
Booklet Size: 3 1/2" x 8 1/2" (fits into a standard #10 size envelope for mailing)
Number of Pages: Usually 16-20 "inside" pages Page count must always be divided in 4's
Paper Size: Inside pages - 20# paper (black ink) Cover pages - glossy (sturdier) card stock weight
Type Size: Select a size that everyone can read (Remember those who wear glasses)
Presentation: Use short tips instead of long paragraphs with "bullet" or numbering format.
Fact: People remember information easier when its given in short blocks
Well, you have the information and you PASSED the "How To Know If You Can Create A
Booklet" test. Now you have a decision to make.
1) You can continue to work hard at what you are doing and make a living ... OR
2) You can earn a great deal more by teaching others to do what you do ... so well!
Don't wait....get started today! For more information on creating a tips booklet
REMEMBER: 1 Booklet Could Change Your Life!
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