My name is Robin Wakeham and I am a licensed physiotherapist and back pain specialist.
I am contacting you because I am in the process of creating a book about inversion tables. I have been using inversion therapy on my back pain patients for years and want to share this knowledge with the world.
My book is going to be very simple and I will answer the 14 moste frequent asked questions about inversion therapy. I have done research online and found that the frequent asked questions that are on this link http://www.ebay.com/gds/INVERSION-THERAPY-FREQUENTLY-ASKED-QUESTIONS-FAQ-/10000000004619068/g.html are the best straight to the point questions that I want to use. You will find all of the 14 questions in the attached document: “2.FAQ_to_Rewrite”
I would be grateful if you could give me a quota and a estimated delivery date to rewrite my FAQ so I can publish this book without getting in trouble with copywrite laws.
I am a big fan of Tim Ferris and would like the rewrite of my FAQ to reflext his style of writing witch is: straight to the point and no bullshit. Also to be a bit cocky and funny. To get a felling for Tims writing style I have below included a few of his FAQ that he has in his book the 4 hour work week. More info can also be found in the attached PDF: the-4-hour-workweek-expanded-and-updated-by-timothy-ferriss
**TIM FERRIS FAQ QUESTIONS TO READ TO GET A FEELING OF THE TONE I WANT YOU TO WRITE MY FAQ IN
FAQ—Doubters Read This
Is lifestyle design for you?
Chances are good that it is. Here are some of the most common doubts and fears that people have before taking the leap and joining the New Rich:
Do I have to quit or hate my job? Do I have to be a risk-taker?
No on all three counts. From using Jedi mind tricks to disappear from the office to designing businesses that finance your lifestyle, there are paths for every comfort level. How does a Fortune 500 employee explore the hidden jewels of China for a month and use technology to cover his tracks? How do you create a hands-off business that generates $80K per month with no management? It’s all here.
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Do I have to travel? I just want more time.
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Do I need to be born rich?
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Do I need to be an Ivy League graduate?
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