Stuck? Stressed? Writer's Block? Have a minute? This will help.

Are you stuck or challenged in your creative process?  In this blog post and video, I speak with Margaret Kirschner about a simple, one-minute, game-changing practice you can use today to move past mental blocks and get back into your creative flow.

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The three "E"s: unlocking the secret to successful memoir writing

Did you know the more specific and concrete you can make your memoir, the more it will become relatable to others? But the secret doesn’t necessarily lie in the details you offer (though they are potent vehicles). What you need for great memoir writing starts with an E, actually 3 interrelated E words…come in and see what they are!

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Do you really have time to write a book?

“Not having the time” is the number one reason that prevents would-be authors from sitting down to write the book they deeply yearn to write.  Many people assume they don’t have time to write a book, without having a clear understanding of what time commitment a book actually requires.  In this blog, I’ll help you get a clearer sense of how long it’ll likely take you to write your book, so that you can decide if you can realistically commit to writing a book, now or in the future. 

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Rituals of Writing: Developing Creative Habits that serve

Did you know that most great creatives through time employed some kind of (often quirky) ritual before, during and after engaging their creative work? Beethoven is rumored to have sprinkled water around his flat before he composed music. Establishing creative rituals can remove the need to constantly make new decisions about our process/behavior, help us focus, alleviate nervous jitters, act as conscious and intentional openings and closings of our creative space, and much more. Read on to learn how to create your own writing rituals.

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Jaime Fleres
Knowing the Field: Navigating your Truth in Writing

How do you stay aligned with your own inner truth and purpose when you have a whole audience to consider? In this blog, I describe what I call Knowing the Field, a process of carefully considering the impact of your message on others while also staying true to your creativity, purpose and authenticity.

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Jaime Fleres