Paul Jackson loves spending time with his grandchildren, but he is definitely not living all of his retirement in a rocking chair. Though he is no longer teaching children in a school setting, he has not retired from teaching. His passion for teaching and learning has led him into a new phase of life. Now he creates his legacy into the world by bringing out the passion and expertise in adults who want to write a book.
His latest passion is writing. He has discovered the excitement of putting his knowledge, skills, and attitudes into print. Authoring articles, educational materials, workshops, and eBooks has indeed become a personal and professional adventure for him.
Jackson brings many skills to the eBook authoring process from his 32 years of teaching both in the classroom and as a school administrator. His knowledge of teaching strategies and learning styles translates into sound and effective principles to help make authoring an eBook a rewarding experience.
Helping people bring their wisdom into the marketplace by becoming ebook authors also creates retirement income for him. He can choose when and how hard to work yet continue sharing his passion and wisdom with a different kind of student.
There is much to be said for marrying a teaching perspective with a learning one. Authoring eBooks empowers people to explore and monetize their true passions. Sharing expertise and wisdom through eBooks leaves a written legacy and provides a vehicle for passing along the wisdom and expertise gained from the school of life.
Now more than ever, the dream of authoring a book can become a reality in a matter of weeks. The new technologies available mean that someone can write and publish a book more quickly and easily than many people believe is possible.
The marriage of creative writing and technology in authoring a book is a gateway to financial security and personal/professional satisfaction. Books open doors of opportunity that are closed to non-authors. Writing a book gives the author credibility and respect. Robert Kiyosaki, creator of the Cashflow Game and the Rich Dad, Poor Dad series, said that his book is his best business card. Authors get media attention and credibility because they have authored a book.
According to the Association of American Publishers, 83 per cent of Americans want to write a book. Jackson and Glenn Dietzel of Awakened LLC met several years ago over a coffee to discuss a business idea that Dietzel had been researching.
They brought to this mission their belief that they were first and foremost teachers by passion and profession. To their surprise, it was the non-teachers who showed the most interest in their ideas and materials. They turned their attention to the individuals who wanted to share their passion with the world by writing a book and creating a business around the book. What they created has evolved into the world’s premier authoring and publishing program that has hundreds of video testimonials of successful clients as proof of its effectiveness.
Dietzel’s Entrepreneurial Authoring Program and individual business mentoring teach clients how to create a book that is an entrepreneurially sound lead generator for a well-structured business. A book that is entrepreneurially sound naturally leads readers to interact with the author and continue to do business again and again. The book is specifically designed as an invitation to take part in the author’s other services. Special offers and free gifts of value to the reader are tucked into the pages of the book.
Sharing the excitement and accomplishment of eBook authoring with others is what now occupies Paul’s time and energy. After countless interactions with ebook authors from around the world, Jackson realized that aspiring authors need two things to complete their book.
First, they need someone to excite them enough to get started writing their book. Second, they need someone to give them confidence enough to complete their eBook. Jackson has experienced the excitement of having people download his eBooks and appreciates the many rewards of authoring. He says, “There is nothing quite like it!”