The 6 Book Structures or Frameworks to Use

Welcome back, guys. Now in this lesson, I’m going to show you six frameworks that you can use for your book. Now the first one, you already know it, which is the three by three method I showed you earlier in the video. Yeah. So that one’s where you have, you know, you divide your book topic into three groups, and then you have three chapters in each. Now, this is very general, and might not be best for your book. So and the second framework that you can use is compare and contrast. And the best example for this is by looking at Robert Kiyosaki his book, Rich Dad, Poor Dad, where he gives different chapters has different scenarios. And he shows how a rich dad poor dad, and how a poor dad react. And it was a great book where you can do compare and contrast for different situations. Now, step three is sequential. This is where you can do different steps. So five steps to living your financial freedom, or three steps to writing your book, or seven steps to getting the healthy diet or getting the man or woman of your dreams, you know, you can use steps, I would not go more than nine, because then it just gets too much. And you know, just too many steps. So the less you can do, the better. Now the fourth framework, and it’s probably one of my favorite, which is problem and solution. Now, this is where you have one problem. And you might have five solutions, or nine or 10. So and the best example is a book called Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink, who’s a navy seal. And they talk about leadership, which is a big problem because he is no longer good leaders. And they give this salute they give like a total of chapters to their 12 solutions. For the leadership different skills like you need humility, you need to take ownership is different things. So that’s another approach you can do. The fifth one is actually numerical, you know, five reasons why you need to quit your job, or three keys to living with financial freedom and financial success. In all seven tips to getting the man or woman of your dreams, I’m just giving examples. But those are numerical, numerical framework that you could use. And the last one, the sixth one is actually quite a logical way you can give you experience of solving a problem or something that you’ve done in your life in a chronological form. Now, one of the coaches I helped, I might have mentioned the previous videos were helped with a reading a book about debt, she was really stuck on how to get things organized. And what she did is she took the one framework, which was the first one the T by T method, and she put it in a chronological form. So she divided her writing into three groups she did before how she was feeling when she was in debt. And then she wrote during her experience while she was in debt. And then she wrote after the after effect. So she did get into three, and it worked out really great. So that’s, that is a chronological order that you can do, and it could be just whatever way you want to do it. So anyway, that’s the six frameworks that you can use for your book. You know, again, everybody’s book is going to be different. Just look at what you’ve written, have your outline, and what makes the most sense for you. But more importantly, what makes most sense for the reader that you’re going to be writing this book for, because in the end, they’re the ones that are going to be reading it. So anyway, I hope you guys find value in this video. And, you know, make sure to choose the right framework. And make sure to organize your book right now. Bye