As a company founder or CEO, you have poured your life, time, energy, education, sweat, and brain power into achieving what you have envisioned. Your journey has been marked by more than just one success after another; it’s been about overcoming challenges and learning a better way of doing things. Your experiences and ideas are invaluable and have led you to where you are today.

Writing a book can be one of the most effective ways to demonstrate credibility and preserve the history of your life, both personally and professionally. Authorship grants you authority, and writing a book allows you to articulate your unique perspectives, business philosophies, and life lessons.

Being an author opens new doors and opportunities. You are now part of an exclusive club, a distinction held by less than 1% of the population. Statistics show that more than 85% of the population aspire to write a book, but only 1-2% of those individuals ever achieve this feat. By writing a book, you join the ranks of the select few who have turned their ideas into tangible, published works.

If you cringe at the word “write” as you read this email, be encouraged. The ideas for your book—at least your book outline—can typically be written off the top of your head. You have lived your best ideas, challenges, and business model for years, so it’s all right there. This concept is shared in my book, How to Write a Nonfiction Book in 12 Hours.

The book outline or general idea is a great place to start, but if that is as far as you can get because you are running a business or freeze at the thought of writing for hours, the Aloha team is here to help. With interviews, we can take your impact story or business model and create the manuscript for your book. It’s what we do, and we’re good at it.

At Aloha, it’s our personal passion to record life stories and the business models that have worked to get you where you are. This is why every leader, CEO, and founder should write at least one book in their lifetime. No one learns from untold stories.

We would love to talk to you about your idea and be your vision keepers.