Do You Need a Coach or Ghostwriter?
People often ask what the difference is between hiring a ghostwriter or a coach. There are distinct differences, but they share some similarities in the way they approach a project. Both, for example, need to understand your vision by engaging in one-on-one sessions to help capture your story.
If You've Been Working on Your Book for Years,
Consider Consulting a Ghostwriter
There are many benefits to hiring a ghostwriter, starting with the obvious: we do all the work, while you get all the credit. This is an excellent option for people who have a great story to tell but don’t feel they have the time or necessary skills to write a book. The process starts with us capturing your story (or expertise) with interview-style questions, and recording your answers. Then, through a series of drafts and consultations, the process continues until we have a final manuscript.
Or, if you decide to write your book, but need a roadmap for success, your Legacy Coach will offer valuable feedback—including editing and regularly scheduled coaching sessions. During the coaching process, you will always know which step comes next while receiving help every step of the way.
In both cases, you own your copyright and your book. We would never take that away from you. Imagine holding your book in your hands!