What a Year, What’s Next?

2018 has been perhaps the most productive work year of my life as a ghostwriter of books, but I have very little to show for it — yet.

One book was published in 2018 that I helped write. It’s a really, really important book that is helping people whose lives have been flipped by tragedy. So, that alone made it a great year. But I also was blessed to work on five other book projects in 2018 that will publish in 2019. And talk about variety. By working on these projects, I learned how blockchain will change supply chain management, I helped craft a framework for creating “transformative influence,” I studied 41 biblical “deposits” fathers can make in their teen sons, I discovered the inside story of one of the world’s top transportation/logistics companies, and I helped develop a case for how/why love is really “damn good business.”

So, thanks to the clients who have entrusted me with their messages. Thanks to my wife for, well, being my wife (and all that comes with that). And thanks to God for allowing me to worship Him through work that is so interesting.

Now, let’s see what He has in store for 2019.