[Third Post in a Series on How to Make an Ebook]
You’ve been thinking about writing a book. You even have a
subject picked out. You’re all ready to start creating your ebook.
need what you’re going to write about.
more veggies and exercise. I want to be healthier. I’ll start doing that
tomorrow. I’m too busy today to think about it.
cute little red purse I saw yesterday. It’s a little out of my budget. But if I
skip lunch all this week, I can afford it.
Want. Although we often use the words need and want interchangeably, they
really do have two different meanings.
doing. It is something I need to do. However, it’s not something I want to do.
So until I get to a point that causes me to change my mind, I’m not going to
want to do it.
want to be interested in that subject.
want to exerceise?
want. In this case, when I can’t even fit into my “fat” jeans, then I’ll be motivated
to do something about exercising and eating right. That is when I will suddenly
become interested in your book on the subject. But not until then.
needs to read, it may not sell well.
a way to get the purse I wanted? There is no reason why I need that purse. I
have others. But I saw it sitting there in the store and I WANT IT! Want is an
But I WANT IT!
rather then a Need, you will have an easier time selling your ebook.
If you liked this post, see the other posts in this series.