You’re NOT a Bad Writer

When I start hearing the same thing from different clients, I take note. And I hear this one over and over again:

“I would love to write a book. I’m just a bad writer.”

Allow me to Dwight Schrute this one and claim FALSE. You’re not a bad writer. Maybe you’ve built up that limiting belief in your head based on what or who you think a “writer” should be, but that certainly doesn’t make such a broad, blanket statement true.

You Have Something to Say

You may or may not know this about me, but I am a writing/book coach who has loved writing and reading since before I could even comprehend my love for the written word. Sounds cuckoo, I know. I am quirky, what can I say? 

I really failed to grasp the depth of my passion for writing until my twenties. Before then, I felt what I like to describe as a gentle nudge, yet I struggled to discern what it meant.

It took me maturing into my thirties to realize helping others write and share their stories was my purpose in life – outside of being a mother and wife, of course. But we know that callings and vocations are different things, and helping others share their stories is a deep calling for me.

So, this week I want to help you break open the lived experiences you can impart with the world. 

I want to encourage you to share your story… because stories transform, restore, and even save lives.

Going all the way back to the caveman days, stories have been used to share wisdom and gift future generations with lessons that can spare them pain and suffering.

Whether you are using your story in your marketing, or in a book, we all connect as humans through story. Use the power of story in service of others, but also to your own benefit.

Own Your Story

Own Your Story

You may be surprised to hear that I landed in my first Alcoholics Anonymous meeting at the tender age of seven. Before you freak out, let me assure you that I wasn’t an alcoholic at seven. I was there because my parents were required to be there and they didn’t have anything to do with me except bring me along. So there I was. 

Tidying Up

As a writing coach, I know the benefits that come from a regular writing practice and I want to help make sure you are experiencing those.

Benefits like:

Living a more confident, balanced, and healthy life
Healing from past pain and trauma
Easing anxiety and depression
Gaining a better understanding of your life
Tapping into your inner voice and intuition
Overcoming the blocks that prevent you from embodying your best self
Feeling more empowered to make changes
Contextualizing life’s setbacks and minor frustrations

Find Your Calm

As an entrepreneur and mom of three, I’m not proud to admit that I’m always busy and constantly in a rush. 

I think it is in my nature to be in a hurry though – ever since I was little, I’ve been one of those people on a mission to get from point A to point B. My walk is more of a trot and it would be out of character for me to take a casual stroll or go window shopping.

I find it REALLY hard to slowwww down.

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