Whether you’re a writer, an artist, a community activist, or an online entrepreneur, you need to know who is paying attention to your work. And who isn’t. This 5-day mini-course will teach you a simple process for sharing your ideas, collecting feedback, and identifying what you want to say, to whom you want to say it, and how you can connect with your audience in a relevant, mutually empowering relationship that brings abundance to everyone involved. Click here to enroll
I'm creating a lexicon of online courses focused on helping women find the time, space, and self-confidence to write your stories and share them with the world.
Feeling stuck, burnt out, and dissatisfied? Struggling with imposter syndrome, self-doubt, overwhelm? Frustrated with the state of the world but can't quite figure out how to do anything about it? Wishing you could manifest your creative potential AND provoke some serious social change?
I can relate. I was stuck in those places for way too long. And that's why I've developed these completely unique, brand-new online programs to help you.
All courses come with lifetime access to the content and the community.
I use an action-based permaculture pedagogy to expand your perspective and eliminate any creative blocks that have been standing between you and your destiny as a writer, thinker, and leader. From the entry-level “Design Your Daily Practice” workshop and the longer “Find Your Niche” course to the months-long Creative Immersion program, all of my courses are specifically designed to unleash your creative potential and connect with the community you were meant to serve. From crafting a basic blog post to writing books, my courses and coaching services will guide you through the successful manifestation of your stories and ideas into finished, polished, published work.
I’m still very much feeling my way through the labyrinth of online education, and finding my perfect niche! And I seems to be really good at helping others find their niche along the way, as members of the community but specifically, as writers. Women writers. Because we need more of you. A lot more.