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Motivation and momentum are the twin power sources that fuel a writer’s life. Most of us struggle with having enough of both, especially when trying to finish long writing projects. In my ‘Affirm the Writer in You’ webinar tonight, I’ll be talking about to how connect with these power sources and the importance of connecting with your  Writing Self.

It’s the holidays and you might have missed my invitation. That’s OK. Below are the details for you to join me tonight-without signing up. I want to empower you to take action on your writing dreams in 2017.
Preparation and Prompts:

Have on hand a pen and some paper for the webinar. I’ll take us through a few exercises that will require writing. You can also type, if you prefer.

If you have time before our call, you can play with answering the following prompts:

-The words I would use to describe my Writing Self include…
-At the beginning of a writing session, I usually feel…
-When writing is going well, I feel…
-One writing goal that I have for 2017 is…

On this live call, I will be offering special bonuses and gifts. You don’t want to miss out!

The webinar will begin at 8pm, Thursday, December 29, EST. You’ll want to hop on a few minutes before to make sure you are able to log in, etc.

Here is the info:

Use the link to see my slides!

Affirmations-366Days#363: I dare to own my creativity and follow where it leads.

For new readers, here’s why I’m committing to writing affirmations, about the creative process, during the next 366 days.

Affirmations-366Days#361: Revising a project is often like moving around pieces in a puzzle. I patiently figure out which parts make the right picture.

For new readers, here’s why I’m committing to writing affirmations, about the creative process, during the next 366 days.

What would it feel like to live your writing dreams in 2017? If you were experiencing your definition of success as a writer, how would you stand? How would you walk? How would you sit at your desk? What would you say to yourself? What would you say to others?

I know that you want that experience for yourself. As writers, we all do.

Now that the holidays are winding down, isn’t it time for you to start mapping out a plan that gets you closer to your definition of writing success?

This year, because of my connection to my Writing Self, I have experienced more joy in writing and more success than ever before.

What I learned this year is that when we are deeply connected to our Writing Self, we can live our highest vision as a writer. And, we can rock it! I’ve been doing a daily affirmation practice for the past 355+ days and it has changed my life.

I am hosting the Affirm the Writer in You: 5 Ways to Connect to Your Writing Self for 2017 webinar and I’m inviting you. It’s on Dec 29, 8pm EST.

It’s free and I’ll share a process to connect to your Writing Self and set yourself up for success in 2017. During the webinar you’ll find out:

  • How to deepen a connection with your Writing Self
    ·How to supercharge your productivity and sustain your momentum
    ·How to get unstuck and approach the page with more ease
    ·How to deal with challenges of time, energy, self-worth

Go here to save your seat for this live training! I’ll be offering some special bonuses to those on the call.

Get the support and tools you need to take your writing life to the next level!

Affirmations-366Days#360: As a creative person, I gift myself periods of rest and relaxation.

For new readers, here’s why I’m committing to writing affirmations, about the creative process, during the next 366 days.

Affirmations-366Days#359: When writing, I confront feelings of fear and self-doubt. I challenge them, one sentence at a time.

For new readers, here’s why I’m committing to writing affirmations, about the creative process, during the next 366 days.

Affirmations-366Days#358: Along the writing path, I always find encouragement and support from generous mentors.

For new readers, here’s why I’m committing to writing affirmations, about the creative process, during the next 366 days.


Michele Tracy Berger

Michele Tracy Berger

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