Oh my gosh, I've got exciting news!
This week I talked to a producer working for Elizabeth Gilbert (of Eat, Pray, Love and Big Magic fame), and...
Welcome to the final post of the Find Your Voice series! Before we get started, let's review where we've been:
Today, in Week 3, I share a quick-reference tool that makes it easier to stick to your voice no matter what you're writing!
Last week, I shared some prompts to help you generate free-flowing, client-focused content about your business.
This week, we're going to get to the exciting self-discovery part! I'm going to share a tool to help you analyze your Voice and come up with 3 Voice Descriptors to help you focus your business-related communications. Download the tool, then read on for how to use it...
I decided to create a series of posts that shares some of the techniques and tools I personally use to get clients feeling confident about their copy.
Over the next three weeks, you'll start to define your "Voice": Not just what you say, but how you say it. We start here because having a clear sense of style can boost your writing confidence, and prevent self-doubting thoughts that can cripple your creativity.
Hi there, Brave Healer!
One of the best parts of my work is that I get to hear so many people's rousing "How I got here" stories. Today, on the blog, I'm spotlighting one of those stories from our community: Sarah Love McCoy of IStandForLove.com.
I want to share more of your guys' stories with each other because hearing other people's stories – what they've struggled with, what they've overcome – is part of what helps me stay hopeful as I toddle down this path of owning my own business.
During the interview, you'll hear:
I urge you to stop stalling.
You know what you want to be known for, the specific ways you want to make a difference. The new thing you want to start makes your heart hum, your brain buzz, and your hands jazz. But still you resist it...