An adventurer steps out to answer the call of her heart, never knowing for sure where the journey will take her, but willing to go all the same.
A tourist insists on the sure path, worn deep by those who went before.
The adventurer is willing to follow uncharted paths and make her own way.
When you begin your writing journey, you begin with an itinerary, a destination, and a set of tools, but as you encounter new directions, you explore those as well.
You must trust even when you’re not sure and enjoy the full spectrum of sights and sounds on your writing journey.
Adventurers are people like:
- Wayne Dyer
- Deepak Chopra
- Oprah Winfrey
- Leonardo de Vinci
- Emily Dickinson
- Sherlock Holmes
- Seth Godin
- Admiral Byrd
Adventurers blaze new trails, enter new fields, follow the clues in their path and as a result, solve elusive mysteries and discover new lands.
Begin your writing journey with an itinerary. Learn the rules. Observe what others have done. Then forge your own pathway, painting your story using the hues of inspiration that will propel you along the way.
Only an adventurer like you can write your story the way you can write it.
And somewhere someone is waiting to read your book exactly the way you have written it.
If you are ready to go, I’d love to be your travelling companion to make your writing journey a fun trip with a soft landing.
Send me an email with “Ready” in the subject line along with your phone number and best time to call. I will call you within 24 hours.
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