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Client Case Study: Rachel Zinman
Rachel Zinman found out she had type 1 diabetes in 2008, but it took six years to accept her diagnosis. Fortunately, she had discovered yoga in high school and has taught yoga in internationally since 1992, so she turned to yoga to find ways to heal her diabetes and inspire others.Read More
Client Case Study: Louise Carron Harris
Louise Carron Harris is a contemporary medicine woman, healer, shaman, mystic, mentor, teacher and eternal student. She’s also a radio presenter, storyteller and lover of all things talking, dancing, playing loud music and raising the vibration of everyone she meets!Read More
Client Case Study: Dr Keira Barr
Dr. Keira Barr is a prominent leader in women’s medicine – creating a bridge between hormones, skin and mind-body medicine to optimize women’s mid-life experience. A fierce patient advocate, Dr. Barr empowers women worldwide to take control of their health and their hormones in menopause.Read More
Client Case Study: Lorraine Hamilton
Lorraine Hamilton is a purple-haired engineer-turned-executive-coach, author and international speaker. She’s on a mission to help unfulfilled high-achievers redefine success and become legendary leaders of their life without completely starting over.Read More
Client Case Study: Melanie Moberg
Melanie Moberg is a codependency coach, helping her clients navigate the difficulties of loving someone suffering from mental health or addiction issues, often at the cost of their own wellbeing. Melanie has an array of experience and earned her MA in addiction counselling, using that knowledge to advocate for mental health and addiction recovery every day.Read More
Client Case Study: Caitlin Donovan
Caitlin Donovan is one of New York City’s leading burnout experts and acupuncturists, host of “Fried – The Burnout Podcast,” and author of the book “The Bouncebackability Factor: End Burnout, Gain Resilience, and Change the World”. Her master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine enables Caitlin to combine Eastern wisdom with her natural practicality.Read More
Client Case Study: Annick Ina
Annick Ina is the author of Soul Superstar, the story of how she quit alcohol and her journey afterwards. What started as a way to process her experience and heal past hurts, blossomed into a book that changed Annick’s life in powerful ways.Read More
Client Case Study: Cat LeBlanc
Cat LeBlanc is the author Your Business, Your Rules, a book she wrote as a way to educate people who are brand new to the business landscape. It serves as a fantastic entry point to her coaching business.Read More
Client Case Study: Adam Barralet
Adam Barralet’s book Gifts of the Essential Oils, co-authored with Vanessa Jean, guides you to know and understand the plants and trees who share this planet. It dives deep into the magic of the botanicals that gift us their essential oils.Read More
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Why Do You Need To Write This Book Right Now?
Your book has a soul. It’s an entity in its own right. And connecting into what it is and what it’s not is essential to writing a convincing book that takes off and takes on a life of its own.Read More
Is Your Book Idea The One? – Eight Questions To Ask Yourself About The Book You Want To Write
Editing As A Creative Experience
I’ve long known that what I do day-to-day is creative. But honestly, I didn’t think anyone else realised that. Because of the old cliché that I hear all the time.
Editors are all about fixing your grammar, right?
All Words Are Not Created Equal
Some words say more than others. Some words evoke more than others.
Whereas some words dumb down or generalise, others conjure visions so detailed that a mere utterance doesn’t do justice to the insight you gain.
We Are All The Famous Author On The $1 Table
What do these famous authors have in common?
Multiple titles, sure.
Substantial books sales, check.
Earning money from their writing, undoubtedly.
But the one thing you might not realise they have in common is not so much an element of their incredible success, but rather a decaying element of it.
Conscious Language For A Noisy Online Time
I’ve Given Up Choosing A Word For The Year
Intention words are a bunch of balls. Hear me out. To understand why I say that, we have to go back to 2013, the first year I set an intention word for the year.Read More
Anatomy Of Your Self-Published Non-Fiction Book
It’s a well-worn cliché that editors are nit-picking and finicky, pedantic and scrutinising, but I’ve never related to that demand to be the person who provides rigid boundaries in which to write.Read More
Client Case Study: Lisa O’Donnell
Lisa had a huge vision and such deep knowledge to share about Myanmar, the country where her and her husband live and operate their travel guide business.Read More