Cynthia Morris is the founder of Original Impulse Coaching and has coached writers, artists, and entrepreneurs since 1999. She's helped thousands of people get beyond their excuses to bring their ideas into form.
Cynthia has written eight books, including a Paris historical novel and The Busy Woman's Guide to Writing a World-Changing Book, showcased below in a mini-series to inspire your writing projects today.
Learn more about Cynthia's work and find additional resources about how to create your writer's life at her Web site www.originalimpulse.com.
"Here's to the people who are bravely bringing their words
to the page. Keep opening your heart, uncapping your pen
and sharing your brilliance. The world needs it."
In The Busy Woman's Guide to Writing a World-Changing Book, author Cynthia Morris leads writers along a path of possibility to writing a book that will, at the very least, change their world and maps the essential terrain needed to get there, such as developing an author mindset, getting started with writing, managing content, and finishing the book.
In this three-part series, Morris explores what it means to write a world-changing book, how to commit to your book writing project, and how to use prompts to get your writing done in small steps.
What it means to write a world-changing book through an unconventional approach of starting with The End. Includes an in-depth exercise towards exploring your books' potential impact.
Consider that writing a book is a new relationship you are entering into. Your book is a place where you can connect with your ideas and yourself, a repository of your ideas and what you want for the world.
Everyone, no matter how busy they are, has these small windows of time into which they can squeeze some writing. One of the biggest misconceptions new writers have is thinking they need big chunks of time to write.
Cynthia is the powerhouse behind Original Impulse, Inc. She is an artist, writer, tour-guide, and creativity coach who travels around the globe with groups of creative adventure seekers. She also founded the Creative Leap Club, which helps people to realize their creative dreams.
An inspiring excerpt from Morris's Create Your Writer's Life: A Guide to Writing with Joy and Ease.
Whether you are journaling, writing a book or writing poetry, the timer is the key to holding your focus and staying with whatever comes up to the page.
If summer isn't the best season to foster creativity, I don't know what is.
Why didn't you get your writing done today?
What sacrifices can you make in exchange for a more fulfilling creative life?
Simple art and writing exercises provide a way for a traveler to absorb the splendors of travel in a deep, meaningful, and lasting way.
Making the transition from life to creating requires a conscious effort.