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Finding Your Authentic Writing Voice: 3 Keys to Discover, Refine & Communicate Your Story

Finding Your Authentic Writing Voice

Share your authentic experiences and be a force for good in the world

Do you long to make a difference in the lives of others by sharing your unique story?

Yet, when you sit down to unravel your thoughts and commit them to paper, does it feels like looming clouds have gathered between you and your story…

If you’re having difficulty accessing your true voice so you can manifest your vision of being a force for good in the world, I have a very special invitation for you.

Bestselling author and teacher Mark Matousek will be sharing a unique writing process that’s designed to reveal and help you express your true essence during Finding Your Authentic Writing Voice: 3 Keys to Discover, Refine & Communicate Your Story.

>> Discover more and register for this FREE video event here <<

Finding Your Authentic Writing Voice: 3 Keys to Discover, Refine & Communicate Your Story

Mark is a brilliant writer, profound teacher, and humble heart-friend whose passion is helping others create a writing practice that serves as a powerful catalyst for deeper awakening and evolved personal growth.

His writing process guides you to true self-realization and inner power — so you can ultimately bring your vision into the world.

During this virtual mini-masterclass, you’ll discover:

  • The parts of you that you judge, doubt, and underestimate are often key to your originality

  • How exploring personal taboos through writing can help you find your authentic voice

  • How to identify the primary barriers to discovering your key message, and how to move past this resistance

  • A practice to make your writing more powerful, intimate, and moving by identifying your core audience

  • Radical truth-telling as a powerful way to deepen creativity

You wouldn’t be here, open to the idea of sharing your story and bringing your vision into form, if you had not braved past challenges and become a person of depth, insight, and tenacity.

Let Mark show you how to uncover these gifts of wisdom hiding away inside of you, waiting to be unlocked and brought into existence!

>> RSVP here to hold your spot <<

During Finding Your Authentic Writing Voice, you’ll explore how sharing your unique story can empower and inspire others to find the strength they need to overcome their own challenges and live their best lives.

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The Importance of Overcoming Procrastination + Black Friday offer

Procrastination makes people feel elated initially. They don’t have to deal with a situation or task at that moment in time. But, for most of these situations, there will come a time when it needs to get done. The feeling of elation turns to panic. Then panic becomes a rush to figure out ways to handle the situation.

When you compare this to people who don’t procrastinate, they may not get that initial surge of elation. However, they also don’t have to worry about the panic setting in. All things being equal, these non-procrastinators will not be as stressed out.

It’s proven that stress can lead to disease. The resources that your body needs to fend off disease will be diverted to handling your stress. Short-term stress is not likely to impact health as much as stress that is constant. However, people who procrastinate do it with all (or most of) their tasks. Therefore, they are likely to be stressed out longer term. They are the ones more at risk of getting stress related disorders.

Procrastination can often impact others in the procrastinator’s social circle as well. For instance, your kids may be depending on you to fill out a form for them to go to away camp. If you miss the deadline, your kids won’t be able to go to camp. Most kids will not be happy with this outcome.

If you don’t learn to overcome procrastination at work, it could impact others in the organization. For example, if you are responsible for a certain aspect of a project and miss the deadline, it may cause others on the team to miss their deadlines. Be aware they will know you are the bottleneck. This puts you in an awkward position that could eventually lead to your dismissal.

Procrastination can cause you some financial pain. You may wait to the last minute to file your taxes. But, when you do so, you may not find the necessary information needed to reduce your tax liabilities. You will end up paying more than had you taken the time to look for all your legitimate deductions, etc.

If you are worried about not getting that initial surge of elation, just remember that the good feeling you get from handling your situations on time will last much longer. It lowers your stress and makes your friends and family happier with you. It does take some effort to break the bad habit of procrastination. But, it is entirely worth the effort.

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join bestselling author Mark Matousek for a free virtual event — Writing to Discover Your True Gifts: 3 Essential Questions to Uncover Your Unique Genius — taking place on Wednesday, February 28

Spiritual Writing Practice (event)

Open to Your Deepest Gifts With a Spiritual Writing Practice

Were you aware that journaling can be as powerful as meditation, yoga, or psychotherapy for helping you uncover new possibilities for your life and life’s work?

You may be surprised to hear that your personal writings can be a powerful spiritual practice that frees you from stuck energies and liberates your deepest gifts.

In fact, many of our greatest innovators (and today’s cutting-edge leaders) keep detailed journals of their ideas, plans, and visions, where they can be nurtured and incubated until they are ready to hatch.

If you’re ready to discover how to write in a way that opens you to your higher wisdom and true genius, I have a very special invitation for you…

You can join bestselling author Mark Matousek for a free virtual event — Writing to Discover Your True Gifts: 3 Essential Questions to Uncover Your Unique Genius — taking place on Wednesday, February 28 (replay on Saturday).

>> You can discover more and register for free here for live event or get a recording <<

join bestselling author Mark Matousek for a free virtual event — Writing to Discover Your True Gifts: 3 Essential Questions to Uncover Your Unique Genius — taking place on Wednesday, February 28

In this free online event, Mark, a respected spiritual author, journalist, and memoir teacher, will share three decades’ worth of experience and insights to show you how to use writing as a tool for accessing your true gifts.

During this free video workshop with Mark, you’ll:

  • Recognize that genius is your birthright and that YOU have an area of uniqueness that you were born with
  • Discover a powerful way to inquire into the ways that you abandon yourself, conspire against your gifts, and collaborate with all the “no” voices in your environment
  • See how to think like an artist — prioritizing meaning over money, going your own way, and thinking outside of the box
  • Embrace the centrality of courage, originality, and imagination as a path to claim your true gifts
  • Explore the liberating force of desire as the essential energy for your life… and for accessing your gifts

Save your seat here to discover how to write in a way that uncovers unconscious patterns, heals wounds from your past, and reveals and releases limiting ideas about who you are and who you are meant to be.

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RSVP here to learn more about Spiritual Writing Practice from Mark Matousek <<

Here’s what others are saying about Mark Matousek:

Mark Matousek’s writing instruction is transformative. His classes will change the ways in which you examine your life, and how you think about yourself as a writer. He approaches your work with a deep sense of empathy, allowing him to help you tell your story in your voice… No matter what stage of the process you are at, time spent with Mark will yield extraordinary results.
— Libuse Binder, Author of Ten Ways to Change the World in Your Twenties

Mark Matousek is a truly gifted writing coach. With an interviewer’s ear, he listens deeply and hears what people have to say. With the determination of a midwife, he helps them give birth to themselves through their words. As my “book whisperer,” he is showing me that writing is truly a spiritual path, leading not only to publication, but personal transformation. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn from him!
— Gwenyth Jackaway, PhD, Associate Professor, Fordham University

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