The skills you master writing a book are transferable to all types of written projects, i.e., articles, blog posts, email, new business proposals, podcasts, reports, speeches, and videos. You'll be better able to choose titles and headlines, organize your ideas, and express them as concisely as possible.
Writing a book provides an opportunity to master important new tools for mind mapping, project management, and time management. These tools form the core of entrepreneurial success, but, until now, you may have been too busy to discover them.
Writing a book is likely to change the way you view all types of large projects. Your writing and publishing experience will help you develop healthy work habits, such as breaking large projects into small, bite-sized tasks.
Writing a book is likely to change your perspective towards your decision-making abilities. Because you'll encounter multiple alternatives, options, and options at every step of organizing your ideas, writing your book, and marketing your book, you'll develop better decision-making skills.