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July 16, 2020
How can we, as writers, handle criticism (readers, trolls, and the inner critical voice)? Jonathan Merritt, award-winning contributor for The Atlantic, a contributing editor for The Week, and author of several critically-acclaimed books, has some...
July 9, 2020
What can we do when we feel “blocked” or “stuck”? Healer, writer and breathwork coach Jenna Reiss answers the question, “What is breathwork?” and dives into what to do when you feel unable to move forward—in our writing or in our lives. She’s also...
July 2, 2020
Amy is a radio host on the Bobby Bones’ show, a mom of two adopted Haitian kids, and an entrepreneur several times over. While she has made a career out of speaking every morning, it wasn’t until recently that she embraced her passions. In this episode,...
June 25, 2020
Actress, singer, songwriter and entrepreneur Caitlin Crosby knows about creating something from scratch. But in the midst of responsibilities, projects, and the craziness of life, how do we find what’s important? This conversation leads us down a path...
June 18, 2020
Writing holds up a mirror... and we don’t always like what we see. In this episode, Hollywood producer and actor Alex Beh approaches the uncomfortable fact that writing reveals what’s inside—our biases, our addictions, and the ways we participate in...
June 11, 2020
It wasn’t that long ago the internet didn’t exist. Now, more than ever, who you are feels connected to how you present yourself online. Which brings up the question: How does the “real” you compare to the brand of yourself you put online? If you’ve ever...
June 4, 2020
Ever wondered if you’re “too young” to write a book? (or too—anything! You fill in the blank!) At age 19, Lauren Kinney decided that the only “qualification” she needed was her own permission. With her first published book, Unshakeable: Overcoming Fear...
May 28, 2020
Speaker and storytelling coach Mike Pacchione (miketalks.co) addresses the obstacles of “being yourself”—in life, on the stage, and on the page. While covering distinctions and similarities between speaking and writing, Mike provides practical steps for...
May 21, 2020
Leslie Marmon Silko’s book Ceremony not only displays the depth of creativity in Indigenous literature, it invites us all into a journey of reconciling ourselves, our past, and our future with the people around us. Listen to hear how this book impacted...
May 14, 2020
If you’ve ever wondered if full-time, successful writers struggle with self-doubt or procrastination—or if they've ever wished they could take back what they printed—Kirsten Powers has your answer. Kirsten is a bestselling author, a columnist, and...
May 7, 2020
Kim Gravel is surrounded by hustle. She’s a TV personality, QVC host, hugely successful entrepreneur, business badass who built a multimillion dollar industry from scratch, beauty queen and pageant winner including a former Miss Georgia (one of the...
April 30, 2020
In Just Mercy, Bryan Stevenson eloquently displays how unjust our criminal justice system is. Read his book to face the real stories of the people on Death Row, what got them there, and what one man did to try for justice. Book Review: Just Mercy by...
April 27, 2020
This prompt is all about unpacking what we believe and why. Mary Oliver says it best in her poem "Angels."Join thousands of others, creating positive change in their lives through writing: get free writing prompts in your inbox, every Monday:...
April 23, 2020
Listen for two questions you need to ask to find your voice, Don's tips and tricks on writing, and how words can help you navigate times of crisis. Donald Miller is the author of several best-selling books, including Building a Storybrand and his newest...
April 20, 2020
This prompt helps us focus on the fact that we are co-creators of the positive (and there's a bonus writing tip!).Join thousands of others, creating positive change in their lives through writing: get free writing prompts in your inbox, every Monday:...
April 16, 2020
A speaking career helps anyone who wants to be an author, refine their ideas, understand their audience, or grow a platform. Grant Baldwin, author of The Successful Speaker and founder of The Speaker Lab, shows us where to start when it comes to public...
April 13, 2020
When it comes to self-improvement, it's easy to focus on what we want to change about ourselves. But what if we focused on our strengths? Research shows that consistent writing can improve your mood, reduce your anxiety and even improve your immune...
April 9, 2020
In Daring Greatly, Brené Brown says, “If you own the story, you get to write the ending.” What does it mean to “own” the story—and what is the cost of ignoring parts of ourselves? Book Review Book: Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable...
April 6, 2020
Writing helps us identify our coping mechanisms and honestly evaluate what helps and what absolutely does not (and Ally shares her number one stressor right now). Listen and write for 5-20 minutes. In this stressful season, sign up for GrowWrite, a...
April 2, 2020
Writing can impact your personal and professional life in ways you might not expect. Laura Youngkin is an entertainment producer, writer, creative consultant, and former Disney Imagineerwork. She shares how the practice of writing impacts, shapes, and...
March 30, 2020
People say that roadblocks can become opportunities. But how does that happen? It’s not a flip of a switch. This episode provides a case study on how an obstacle at Find Your Voice, through an intentional shift in perspective, became an opportunity....
March 26, 2020
Healing takes time—it’s true. And yet, there are still ways we can help ourselves heal (and make more progress than we ever thought imaginable). Miles Adcox is a speaker, podcast host, business leader, and coach. He’s also the CEO of Onsite an...
March 23, 2020
What do we do to cope with stress? Writing helps us see clearly how we are responding to a crisis, and empowers us to make choices about what’s helpful and what’s not. Take a moment this week to tune in to your own pain and fear and imagine a new way...
March 19, 2020
In the midst of kids going off to college and other chaos, Amy Brown read The Road Back to You—it turned out to be just what she needed to make personal changes, connect with others, and rediscover herself. Book Reviewed: The Road Back to You: an...
March 16, 2020
Anxiety is an incredibly normal part of life—a natural, biological response to danger. But in times of crisis, how do we keep our anxiety from hurting us more than it helps?
March 12, 2020
For Laura McKowen, writing, sobriety, and the life she always wanted are inextricably linked. Laura is a leading voice in the sobriety movement—she’s helped THOUSANDS on the road to healing through her writing, speaking and teaching, and especially...
March 9, 2020
It’s the age-old question: go with your head or your heart? In situations of love, work, and day-to-day life, we’re faced with this question all the time. Writing about it sheds light on the unexpected answer. Sign up for FREE weekly writing prompts.
March 5, 2020
Anne Bogel, creator of The Modern Mrs. Darcy and podcast What Should I Read Next?, gets real about the wandering process of writing, what makes books different than other media, and why people still go to the library. Purchase her brand new book, Don’t...
March 2, 2020
Let’s talk about decision-making. What can we do to listen to our gut, prioritize what matters, and sort through the myriad of choices available to us instantly (seemingly from anywhere, on any device)? Mentioned in the episode: NY Times article: Do You...
February 27, 2020
Sometimes, we want to make life decisions which "break the mold." How do we find that confidence—and what happens when we take that leap of faith? Today's book recommendation is Elisabeth Eaves' Wanderlust: A Love Affair with Five Continents, a travel...
February 24, 2020
Write to reimagine what "success" might mean for you (and try this simple writing tip!).Join thousands of others, creating positive change in their lives through writing: get free writing prompts in your inbox, every Monday: findyourvoice.com/prompts
February 20, 2020
One writers's journey from blogging to published author and teacher. Emily P. Freeman, writer, podcast host and speaker, talks about the art and business writing: the tension between them, the importance of knowing the difference, and the power of...
February 17, 2020
Weekly writing prompts and reflections. Research shows that a regular practice of writing reduces anxiety, improves mental and emotional health, and even bolsters the immune system. Gain clarity, better your relationships, and improve your health by putting pen to paper. We're here to help. findyourvoice.com/prompts
February 13, 2020
For Caleb Campbell, finding his voice meant leaving his career in the NFL to clean toilets in Canada. Now, Caleb is a professional speaker, life coach, and host of Finding Rest podcast, and he’s in the middle of writing a book about his journey to accepting himself. Join us as we discuss writing, purpose, and what it means to start over, completely.
February 10, 2020
Can you name what you love about yourself? Writing empowers us to change what we see in the mirror. Get free writing prompts in your inbox: findyourvoice.com/prompts
January 23, 2020
Prepare to Publish alumni Brooke Johnson dives into a time in her life when she wasn't motivated to read—and the surprising book which brought her the words she needed to hear.
January 23, 2020
Life coach and meditation teacher Mary Hyatt discusses practical steps to access your inner wisdom through writing, meditation, and small first steps towards a new story.
January 22, 2020
A practice of writing has more impact than you think . . . and you might be the one standing in your own way.
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