Topics We Explored:
- Why writing a book can help you to reclaim your power, especially for women who are typically expected to run the household while having a job or running a business
- What the three biggest challenges are when faced with writing a book, and how crucial it is to create the physical, emotional, and mental space to write
- How facing certain difficult projects can be a mirror into things we may not want to face in life
- What the difference is between explanatory and exploratory writing
“I just think writing is such a powerful tool. It can give you so much self-awareness and so much clarity. If writing a book is something you want to do, I think you should try it.” – Cynthia Morris (Tweet this.)
Links and Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Original Impulse
- The Busy Woman’s Guide to Writing a World-Changing Book by Cynthia Morris
About Cynthia Morris:
Certified Coach Cynthia Morris helps writers, artists, and entrepreneurs focus, follow through, and finish their creative work. In 1999, she founded Original Impulse to help people become the writers they’ve always wanted to be. Cynthia has published seven non-fiction books and a Paris historical novel. Get actionable inspiration for your writer’s life at www.originalimpulse.com.
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