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What confident readers are writing

I’ve been thinking about ways to show my gratitude to readers here – and to make sure I’m engaging with you properly too. I do try and pull out and highlight the amazing things you write in the comment box – because they’re a big part of… Continue reading

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The courage to hear yourself sing: e-book on authentic writing

The courage to hear yourself sing: e-book on authentic writing

Free e-book on writing, courage, and authenticity.

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A focus on clarity

Have you ever noticed how we start to see new things just by changing focus?  I shifted my blogging focus a week ago and whereas I’d been stumbling across thinking on authenticity throughout September the blogosphere seems to have been awash with pieces on clarity in the last seven days. Here’s a selection of the [...]

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Clearing the way to start writing with clarity

Getting started is often the hardest part. I know, I know that’s true of many new projects, ideas, activities but finding the right words to open a new piece of writing – a report, an article, a book, a blog post – well sometimes that part can be hard… Continue reading

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When it’s time to get off the stage

Writing is fun.  Blogging is lots of fun.   It’s a fabulous platform – for writing, for learning, for hearing ourselves think, for sharing ideas, words, stories, possibilities, conversations. But what happens when it’s time to get off the stage for a while – when the blog shifts from being “your” platform to a shared space, [...]

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