I truly, madly deeply (do) believe that we all have a message. That we all have a truth. And that we’re meant to communicate it with the world.
For some this will be person by person. For others this will be through their business. Some will do this one email, one encounter at a time. And for many, it will be through writing their message.
Maybe you’ve fantasized about starting a blog. Maybe you’ve dreamed the day your book will be launched into the world – whether tales of your 20s or a character book for kids.
No matter what type of written craft you’ve thought about. Do it. And do it now.
I’ve always loved to write. But beginning my blog two years literally changed my life (exhibit a: it crystalized my own understanding of my talents, the message within me, and led to the launch of Maxie) Even if it had never become a business, the experience of writing changed the way in which I processed the world – adding meaning, soul, and purpose.
So many people have asked where to start. How to start. And tips. So on today’s episode of #Maxie, I share my top two tips for writing. They have been absolute game changers for me -which I practice to this day.
For even more tactical advice for getting started gathering momentum once you do, check out my two posts on The College Prester – Tips from a First Year Blogger.