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M. Curtis McCoy, a bestselling author in the personal development space, has started interviewing leaders for his next book on personal identity.

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McCoy is looking for entrepreneurs, motivational speakers, and experts on self-esteem who have created incredible personal brands to coauthor the book. If your interview is selected, you can automatically become a bestselling coauthor when the book is published!

“I want this book to be about more than just me,” McCoy said. “I want it to be about the collective experience of people who have found success in their lives.” McCoy plans to interview at least 50 people for the project.

The working title for the book is “Becoming You: The Search For Significance” by M. Curtis McCoy.

I recently interviewed M. Curtis McCoy about his next book, and I’m excited to share our conversation! M. Curtis McCoy is an incredible author with a wealth of knowledge about personal identity.

What are the biggest challenges you face when writing your books?

This will be the fifth book I’ve published. When writing my first few books, the biggest challenge was getting leaders to agree to be interviewed by a no-name author.

As my books have reached bestseller status and become available at every major library and retailer nationwide, the challenge is now deciding which chapter drafts to include in the book.

My team has created an incredible system that allows potential coauthors to write their chapter via a series of interview questions on Co-Author A Best-Selling Book with M. Curtis McCoy. – When a chapter draft is submitted, I receive a text message, so I’m able to review the draft quickly.

How did you come up with the idea for the book?

I am a volunteer with youth. I’m also a coach for business owners, entrepreneurs, and individuals who want to improve their lives. It’s sad how many people feel they don’t belong or are not following the path they were created to follow.

Over the years, I’ve had hundreds of conversations with people who went through abuse, a breakup, or divorce, and even business owners who need guidance in figuring out what they should do with their lives.

What are your thoughts on personal identity in the digital age? 

Social media has made it easy to compare ourselves with retouched images and videos of influencers who look like they have a perfect life. Unfortunately, these comparisons make us feel like we’re not good enough.

The good news is that we’re living in a time when people are becoming more aware of the power of personal branding. You can create any identity you want online; it doesn’t have to be perfect. In my opinion, the most important thing is to be authentic. Be yourself, and don’t try to be someone you’re not.

What advice would you give to someone struggling with figuring out whom they’re supposed to be?

I would encourage them to read my book, “The Search For Significance.” It’s a great starting point for anyone looking to improve their lives and figure out whom they’re supposed to be. I would also encourage them to find a coach or mentor who can help guide them on their journey. There are so many incredible people out there who are willing to help others achieve their dreams.

Regardless of your journey, it’s important to remember that you are not alone. You are exactly where you’re supposed to be. Everything happens for a reason, and you have the power to create the life you want.

Who are some of your favorite authors?

Daniel Gomez is a good friend of mine, and he’s also a phenomenal author I’ll be interviewing in my next book. T.D. Jakes has some incredible books, and although I haven’t seen him in many years, I’d like to invite him to be interviewed in a chapter as well. Anthony Trucks is another great author I look forward to interviewing, and so are Russell Brunson, Tim S. Grover, and Carmine Gallow.

H.J. Chammas is another friend I look up to and plan to interview. He’s the author of incredible books, including “The Employee Millionaire” and “The 4 Stages of Building Wealth”.

I recently finished reading “High-Performance Habits” by Brendon Buchard and “Platform” by Cynthia Johnson. I plan to invite each of these authors also to submit a chapter!

What book do you think is the most important book ever written on personal identity?

I read quite a few books on personal identity before deciding to write this one, but I think it will be beneficial to interview many leaders in the field to share their insights. No one can be the expert on every subject, and I think it’s great to hear different perspectives on the same topic, then let readers choose for themselves!

How can people contact you?

I’m active on most social media platforms with the username @MCurtisMcCoy but if you’d like to contact me, visit MCurtisMcCoy.com if we’re not friends on Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn or Twitter.

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