Better Listening to Write Your Destiny

Choose the Listeners Path 5In 2018, I am offering a new kind of writing coaching program, which begins with listening.

So much of our ability to write well, depends on our ability to listen well.

The men and women who have worked with me on writing projects over the years have all been fantastic listeners, and it has been an honor to work with them.

Together, we learned how to fine-tune our listening so that our writing became more compelling and effective.

As you consider your writing goals in 2018, ask yourself the following questions:

  1. What messages am I hearing that need to be included in my writing?
  2. What am I refusing to hear?
  3. What should I stop listening to?

Each writer is unique because of what we hear, and what attracts our attention. Each of us is selective in what hear.  To define your authentic voice, notice what you hear.

Listen to your own voice speaking, and ask yourself what you stand for, when you are most true to your point of view.

Some of you might like to listen and write with me this year.

Each month in 2018, I am offering a writing exercise to develop your writer’s ear, and your authentic voice, and for some of you to develop a sense of what it means to be part of the restoration revolution that our world needs so very much.




16 thoughts on “Better Listening to Write Your Destiny

  1. Karen Wan says:

    Like what you’ve been doing to keep expanding your life and sharing that through your blog. It has been a pleasurable destiny to visit your blog! 🙂

  2. Karen Wan says:

    A friend recommended your blog highly and I was very impressed with your posts, so it’s a delight to follow you. Look forward to getting to know you better!

  3. Karen Wan says:

    Oh thank you so much! And of course congratulations to you for receiving this award yourself. I’ve been enjoying your blog since I discovered it! 🙂

  4. Karen Wan says:

    I’m finally getting around to thanking you properly for your tag earlier this month. Thank you so much for your thoughtfulness, and the great poetry that you share!

  5. Karen Wan says:

    Thank you so much, Jay. It’s so nice to be appreciated! I like what you’re doing with your blog too! Keep up your good work as well!

  6. Karen Wan says:

    Thank you, that’s very kind of you. I still have to notify all the people I nominated for the Sunshine award, so I’m going to wait a bit like you did to respond to this one. These awards are wonderful but they also take time to find the right people to nominate!

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