Introverts like living in a world of their own making.
And what’s wrong with that? Absolutely nothing.
Because they know how to immerse themselves in a project, putting their heart and soul, sweat and labor into it, introverts are the ones who write music, invent gizmos, develop cures, and architect communities.
And yes, write books. Or ghostwrite them.
Ghostwriting is an introvert’s dream job because you immerse yourself into creating a book, a page at a time, day in and day out. It’s another person’s book, but you get to build it. Your words are going into this collaborative creation.
And so, when you choose your clients and your topics carefully, you can influence the world in your own quiet but powerful way.
Ghostwrite a self-help book to help others find their passion. Ghostwrite an inspirational book and make people feel better. Ghostwrite about a little understood topic to shed light and even pave the way.
Never underestimate the power you have to change, expand and improve our world through your ghostwritten words.
That’s right, my introvert friends, ghostwriting comes with the power to create something better. Don’t throw this chance away.
Keep writing those powerful words in the quiet spaces you create for yourself. Be thankful you don’t need to deal with book signings, radio interviews, or any other limelight role. Just write … and live the dream.
All the best to you,
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