How to Become an Industry Thought Leader

Education
Published
Contact: Patricia Potts
ppotts@nahb.org
(202) 266-8224

As a residential construction industry expert, increasing your visibility and credibility can be valuable tools for the success of your business. One way to bolster your reputation as a housing industry thought leader is to publish a book. Writing a book may seem like a considerable amount of work and time; however, there are many benefits.

In addition to increasing your company’s success, consider the following three reasons why you should write a book about the residential construction industry.

Leave a Legacy

It takes a lot of hard work to become an expert, and if you are one, it’s time to share your industry knowledge with others. As a recognized expert in your field, you can inspire and influence other industry professionals with the legacy of your work. A book is a terrific way to impart your wisdom, motivate and lead emerging industry professionals, and tell your story of success to future generations.

Gain an Enriching Experience

Writing a book can be a rewarding experience. As an introspective activity, authoring a book allows you to reflect on your career and all your success. You will gain a new perspective on the challenges you encountered throughout your career. And as you write your book, you will deepen your knowledge on the topic. In addition, you will feel an overwhelming sense of accomplishment once you finish your book and see it for sale.

Give Back to the Industry

Sharing your knowledge and expertise in a book allows you to give back to the residential construction industry. Your mentors and colleagues have been your lifeline and supported you throughout your career. Giving back by sharing your knowledge as a published author is a chance to ensure future industry members can have the same opportunity for success you enjoyed throughout your career.

NAHB BuilderBooks is searching for its next industry bestseller. Is it your book? Contact Patricia Potts to learn how to submit your proposal today.

Subscribe to NAHBNow

Log in or create account to subscribe to notifications of new posts.

Log in to subscribe