Do you think there is a difference between someone who writes a fiction manuscript and someone else who authors their own instruction, self-help or "how to" book?
This is an interesting question I've asked to many of my book coaching clients, subscribers and customers for our "Ultimate Information Entrepreneur's Success Package" (http://www.infoproductcreator.com)
In some cases, people answer no. They don't feel there is any difference. A writer is a writer is a writer.
In other cases, I get a firm "YES", there are differences. Problem is, its sometimes challenging to understand what that difference really is.
If you understand this one difference between fiction writers and non-fiction writers - you will never struggle with your infoproduct business again!
The answer is that there is a very BIG difference, especially between highly successful writers in both fields.
You may have a few great ideas you want to write about.
There is a hungry market just waiting for product like yours, but you freeze when it comes to knowing how to organize, structure and write a product that will sell?
But you get stuck because...
You Are Trying To Write A Story Instead Of Organizing Information
Let me ask you, would it be easier for you to answer 10 questions about a topic, where information is often available and question is well understood?
Or, would it be easier for you to come up with 20 pages of a written story on your chosen topic?
To be honest, second option scares crap out of me, and would most people.
Sitting down and crafting characters, a plot, chronological order of messages, what to say on 10th page, 15th page is an extremely painful and lengthy task.