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Writing a book can seem like such a huge undertaking, especially if you’re a busy business owner. At Maven, we want to help dispel some of that fear and let you know that there are all kinds of creative ways to bring others on board in your book project, which will take some of the pressure off of you. Not only can this make writing a book a more fun experience for you as the author, but it can also be a real win-win for everyone involved.

For some ideas on how to do this, check out our recent article in Businessing Magazine where we take you behind the scenes of Modmacro CEO Matthew Smith’s new book, Simple Business Advice. There are quite a few different ways he brought other business owners into this book, and we hope his example inspires you to try some of the same ideas in your business book or to come up with ideas of your own!

Simple Business Advice is available on Amazon. We’d love to hear what you think!

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