The Top Reasons Non-Fiction Books Do NOT Achieve Success (Infographic)

How Do I Define Success?

I believe that most of us that write and publish books are after two main things:

1. Some amount of financial return for the hard work we put into creating and publishing our books; and,

2. Critical-acclaim for ourselves and for our books, from our peers, co-workers, readers, family, etc.

This graphic shows you some of the most common mistakes, mis-steps, and errors that can slow you down from achieving these two goals.

But with hard work and research, some honest assessment of your own writing and book, and forcing yourself to make some hard decisions about your book, you can fix any of these problems.

And by doing so, you will be well on your way to creating a successful book that can help you achieve your personal and financial goals.

The Top Reasons Non-Fiction Books Do NOT Achieve Success (Infographic)

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How I Gathered This Information
These survey results are based on my discussions with 47 authors who have written and published at least two non-fiction books. Their answers were based on their own personal experiences, their knowledge of the book publishing industry, and their own discussions with other non-fiction authors.

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About Joseph C. Kunz, Jr.

Author, educator, business owner, husband, and father of twins. Kunz is also a digital-media junkie fascinated by the intersection of media, design, education, and technology. Kunz is the founder of Dickson Keanaghan, LLC, a medical training and publishing company near New York City. @jckunzjr

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