Don’t be afraid to write your story
After watching another really awful film you constantly find yourself saying that you can write a better one.
Well, don’t wait, start writing.
Your story could be the next Oscar winner.
It’s not. If you feel you have a story to tell, write it!
A main obstacle in turning thoughts into words and ideas into action is that we are living in a world of information overflow, where a myriad of data, facts, opinions and know-how books drown inspiration.
You might say that this is just another opinion and I agree, but in contrast to what’s out there, my The Write Journey workshop for those who want to write their story was born out of the resistance to the bombardment of information.
It’s about purging this overload and simplifying the journey from first thought to final draft, where we get rid of the clutter and start on a blank page to make sense of writing a story without fear.
You have to clear your mind to get rid of murky pessimism, and feel confident about taking a journey into writing your story.
A story that is original and unique; a story that will make a difference in the world.
It’s as simple as that.
And if you don’t believe me, take The Write Journey and write your story.