The eye care industry needs more quality publications. Our selections are pretty sparse, and what we lack most are publications from our doctors. I’m thankful to be a voice in the industry, but nothing speaks as powerfully as one doctor educating another.
I published my first eye care specific book in 2012 entitled, “Practice Progress – How to Maximize Eye Care Revenue”. It has charted in Amazon’s Eye Care charts every year since then and was in the top 10 every month for the first 3 years. Since then, I’ve charted 7 additional books in the top 10. I hope those stats are true because they are quality books, but I also know that the competition is thin.
Don’t you have some thoughts that you would like to share with the eye care industry?
Aren’t you tired of reading the same articles over and over again in eye care publications?
Wouldn’t you like to be the voice that incites change in the industry?
It is easier than you think.
Did you know that Amazon only requires 25 pages for a paperback? Once that is formatted to 5x7, you really only need 20 Word pages to publish your first book.
You might already have 20 pages of thoughts ready to go. 9-10 blog articles would equal that for most writers. The point is, you don't have to write War & Peace to be a published Amazon author. Also, with a couple of clicks, Amazon converts your book automatically to Kindle.
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I look forward to helping any and all of you publish your works. The industry needs your voice.
Gordon Duncan/ProSight Success
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Gordon Duncan is an award-winning educator, salesman, teacher, manager, and writer. He has taught in the public school system, lobbied for school's accreditation, managed eye clinics, led sales' teams, and also publishes books on theology, church, and culture.