"Hmm, is this a good idea?"

This mini-course came from requests from authors in the "Easiest Book Ever" program when they started with one of two scenarios:

  1. I have no idea what to write.
  2. I have an idea but I don't know if it's good enough.

We're going to cover how to find answers to either (or both) of those questions in this mini-masterclass on validating your idea.

No, Really. You Don't.

This book idea came about from other books that said You Have To.

I disagree.

Disagreeing was the basis of this book.

That was enough analysis for me to write it.

It's Seriously One Word

You might guess (and you'd be right) that I came up with this idea in a single morning (and then wrote the book and even narrated the audiobook).

Yep, it's really just one single word.

But that word came after years of deliberation.

Want to know the word?

Opposites Attract

Sarah Sienkiewicz only had to go to the other side of the tracks to find her book--and validate it.

Rather than write the "right" book, she wrote the "wrong" book.

Which, of course, was the right thing to do at the time.

You can purchase her book right here: Ultimate Guide to Being Perfect.

We'll Make This Quick

Course Curriculum