Story - The Key to Writing a Best-Selling Nonfiction Book [Video]

Story - The Key to Writing a Best-Selling Nonfiction Book [Video]
Story - The Key to Writing a Best-Selling Nonfiction Book [Video] by Ian Stables
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The Best Way to Engage Readers and Create Word of Mouth Advertising - The Best Book Marketing There Is

  • Create a book readers rave about to others.
  • Get lots of reviews without having to ask.
  • 'Word of mouth' is the best form of advertising there is.

What is it the top echelon best-sellers have?

Dale Carnegie provided the answer in his book, The Quick And Easy Way To Effective Speaking. He said that all the key points of How to Win Friends and Influence People could be written down on two sheets of paper. The other more than two hundred pages were filled with stories and anecdotes.

Look at any of the top best-sellers. I don't mean the ones that sell well for a short time. I mean the ones that have withstood the test of time. You will find they are all filled with stories.

Are these stories just added to increase the page count? Absolutely not.

Stories are one of the most persuasive forms of communication known to mankind.

If you produce a book just containing facts, you will end up with a sort of textbook. Facts are dry and most readers don't like textbooks. I hated textbooks at school.

Stories bring facts to life and allow them to effortlessly enter the mind.

The lessons I remembered most at school were the ones where we were told stories. I always remember the story about the Vikings. I learned more about them in this lesson than in all the textbooks I had read.

I have had my share of best-sellers on Amazon. However, I used to look in awe at the best-selling books at the top of the tree. Titles like Mindset, The Gifts of Imperfection, Influence, and How to Win Friends and Influence People. These books continue to outsell most others, year after year. They have thousands of reviews and people recommend others to buy them. What if I could do that? I concluded that these books sell well because of 'word of mouth'. What made all these books great is that they teach and persuade readers by way of stories.

Although I haven't produced a book that ranks alongside How to Win Friends and Influence People, the books I have used stories in have generated a lot of sales. Not only that, reviews poured in where readers have said how much they enjoyed reading.

If done correctly, stories allow you to…

  • Teach in a way where readers will understand and remember better.
  • Demonstrate any idea, method, step, or anything you want.
  • Warn readers so they take notice.
  • Persuade people to do what you want them to.
  • Get readers to believe, like, and trust you.

In this course, you will discover…

  • Why stories are the best thing to use in your nonfiction books.
  • How to use stories to teach.
  • How to use stories to demonstrate.
  • How to use stories to warn.
  • How to use stories to persuade.
  • How to use stories to get readers to believe what you say and trust you.
  • The easiest way to come up with a huge list of stories you can use in your books.
  • The easiest way to write them.
  • A technique for giving your readers that 'Ah Ha' moment.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 24 lectures and 1.5 hours of content!
  • Create quality books that readers tell others about.
  • Get loads of reviews without having to ask.
  • Teach people in the best way possible.
  • Demonstrate anything so anyone can understand.
  • Warn readers in a way that has the most impact.
  • Persuade people to agree with you or do what you want them to.
  • Get readers to like and trust you.
Story - The Key to Writing a Best-Selling Nonfiction Book [Video]

Nail English Grammar: Communicate Perfectly and Easily [Video]

Nail English Grammar: Communicate Perfectly and Easily [Video]
Nail English Grammar: Communicate Perfectly and Easily by Amgad El-Sakka
MP4, AVC, 1280x720 | AAC, 64 kbps, 2 Ch | 0.8 hour | 120.72MB

A-Z guide to help you use English correctly and eradicate any essential grammatical mistakes while using it.

This course is from a result oriented person who is offering you a chance here to build a new simple understanding of English Grammar. I've created this "map" after teaching English for business, TOEFL preparation, IELTS preparation and after watching more than 400 movies which helped me to see application of the rules I'm explaining here.

The aim of this course is to help every English user to use it correctly to avoid any misunderstandings that may occur because of grammatical mistakes and errors like the one I'm explaining in the promo.

After this course you will have a good understanding and usage of the following tenses and you will be able to use them in sentences and questions. The tenses I'm explaining are: simple present, simple past, present continuous, past continuous and basics of present perfect.

This detailed course takes you smoothly in a virtual class which will enable you to understand those tenses and apply them on your daily life. Multiple quizzes are included as downloadable files. You will also find a lot of examples in the course, as downloadable files, to show you how to answer these quizzes and have the most benefit.

What are the requirements?

  • English is the most used language around the world, so it’s very necessary to know the meanings of at least 50 vocabularies before starting this course to help you understand.
  • You need to know the meaning of these words before we start: (Status, Mix, Action, Sentence, Question, Helping, Verb, Subject, Negative, Positive)

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 26 lectures and 43 mins of content!
  • Create correct sentences and questions in the simple present.
  • Create correct sentences and questions in the present continuous and know the exact difference between this and the simple present.
  • Create correct sentences and questions in the simple past.
  • Create correct sentences and questions in the past continuous and know the exact difference between this and the simple past.
  • Build main understanding of the difference between the present perfect and the simple past.
Nail English Grammar: Communicate Perfectly and Easily [Video]

Improve English by Movies [Video]

Improve English by Movies [Video]
Improve English by Movies [Video] by Yusuf Katı
MP4, AVC, 1280x720 | AAC, 64 kbps, 2 Ch | 3.5 hours | 655.68MB

Improve your English listening and speaking experience by watching and listening movies

Let’s go back to our childhood and think about primary school for a moment.

I am talking about the time when we were six or seven years old.

The question here is,

What was the first thing they taught us at primary school? First thing they taught us was Writing and Reading, right?

Why it wasn’t Listening and Speaking? Of course, listening and speaking were the core abilities that we were accepted to a primary school.

And we all know that none of us teach our children how to pronounce vowels, consonants and words like the lessons we get in a language learning school?

But how did we learn to speak and to understand what we hear when we were a child?

In my opinion, one of the reason is that we hear words many times.

When we hear the sound of a word many times, we will have enough sound information in our memory and then our brain will send the right command to our speaking organs how to produce that sound. Make sense?

Did you think about this, sometimes we pronounce a word wrong and somebody else tells us the correct spelling, maybe we can’t pronounce that word correctly after hearing it once, but in most cases we will be able to pronounce that word correctly after 3-5 times we hear that word, and we are doing this just by hearing.

Sometimes we feel the need of a little bit of time, just after the full pronunciation of a word, to clearly identify that word. Why this happens is that, our brain trying to match the sound we heard with an existing sound information in our memory. But we did not put that sound information in our memory. In most cases we will be expecting the pronunciation of a word, just like we saw that word on a paper.

In this course we are going to use some digital tools to improve our listening experience and as a result of listening we are also going to improve our speaking skills.

We are going to use movies. If you feel that listening a movie is an advanced stuff for you, you can use video files or audio files at your level.

What are the requirements?

  • If you want to watch and listen movie content, I think you need to have at least pre-intermedia level. But, this is not a rule or standard.
  • You can apply this method to the audio files or video files at your level. For example, leveled books like Penguin Readers or Oxford Bookworms. Some of those leveled books include audio files.
  • You need to have dictionaries and grammar books or you can use online dictionary and grammar website or simply Google search.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Over 27 lectures and 3.5 hours of content!
  • Ability to understand what you hear by your ears
  • Get to know the patterns of casual speaking
  • Improved pronunciation as a result of listening
Improve English by Movies [Video]

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