Next Open Enrollment will be Fall 2018
As a writer (or an aspiring writer) you want to:
Develop your own story
Gain clarity of your own life experiences.
Discover the truth about yourself.
Understand your personal theme.
Embrace the best within you.
Learn how to understand and communicate valuable lessons.
Bring your "gift" to the world!
Self-Discovery Writing does all of this and reveals YOUR AUTHENTIC STORY AS YOU WRITE!
When you’re at stage 1 you may feel:
Confused about what to write and where to start.
Misunderstood by people in your life.
Overwhelmed by life’s burdens.
Unsure about your life purpose.
Less confident sharing your writing.
When you do share, you don’t know if it’s good, if you’re over telling or if it’s really enough.
Fearful of touching on painful emotions.
Wondering how you truly feel (perhaps you’ve closed off your feelings for awhile).
Using one-of-a-kind Self-Discovery Writing prompts + guidance, you'll peel back the layers and discover more about yourself and your life.
~ Discover your personal strengths and purpose.
~ Honor and cherish moments of joy and learning.
~ Gain awareness of experiences or feelings you've avoided seeing before.
~ Acknowledge how some stories, thoughts, and beliefs have kept you from letting go and moving forward.
~ Understand yourself and your life in ways that allow you to release what you need to and become the author of your new story now.
Knowing that with every page you write...You're doing something else,
Gaining clarity about your life and the messages you want to pass on.
Your insights can illuminate the path for others.
When YOU arrive at:
REVEAL & WRITE NEW STORY
Ready to re-write my story
I see this all coming together
A strong sense of self.
Clarity about my purpose and path.
Knowledge of my lessons and wisdom.
Feeling empowered about trusting myself and my new, authentic story.
How amazing would you feel to know you're making progress?
Learning about yourself and your history with these unique prompts is going to save you time and frustration in your writing!
- Self-Discovery prompts by email. A benefit of using these unique prompts is the increased clarity you'll gain about your life journey and your own strengths and gifts. It also increases feelings of self-worth as your life is revealed in unexpected and gentle ways!
- Video writing lessons that review 'how to' regarding using the prompts and Essential Elements for optimal Self-Discovery results.
- Write to the prompts on your own and/OR share your written response with other members in our Members area included on the website or Members Only Facebook group.
- Listen in on monthly Circle of Influence where insightful excerpts of Members Self-Discovery writing will be shared. Experience one ‘ah-ha’ after another as members’ self-discovery writing is highlighted by Michele (Founder of Self-Discovery Writing Mentorship).
- Quarterly Self Discovery Milestone markers that help to identify common threads (from your self-discovery writing), life theme, values, beliefs, and newly revealed positive concepts of self.
-If desired, edit and publish specific (themed) stories, including turning points.
- Continue using the prompts to discover more and more as the ebb and flow of life moves you along.
Students are saying:
- "I just want you to know that these prompts are absolutely incredible. I swear, I’ll have something going on, and the prompt will be EXACTLY what I need."
- "Honestly, Michele, I've been ever so much pleased with everything."
- "This program is great, you are so good at creating the prompts!"
- “I have grown so much both in writing and in personal growth.”
- "These prompts are bringing a lot out of me, feels good though."
- “I’m so thankful I found the courage to take a chance on myself and stop trying to do this alone. It's very encouraging to me to get up and want to write. The prompts are challenging to me because I had pretty much shut down my senses for "feeling". Thinking is one thing, but to examine my feelings is another. I stopped wanting to go "there". Yet in doing so, I can sense a "lift" in I might have cracked the door open a little.”
- “Love this. Thanks Michele.”