Hey Guys! Nicole Gabriel here!
Most of our listeners come in from the United States, but we have a few in Australia, Germany, France, and the Philippines as well. We’ve watched you come in from Minnesota, Utah, California, Ohio, Illinois, Oklahoma, Nebraska, and Kentucky this week. So let me say hello to you wherever you are! We are thankful you are here and you are enjoying the content. And, please let us know if we can provide any additional information that we haven’t provided…we’d be happy to do a show on that!
Over the last few weeks I have been busy recording the special author interviews that you’ve been listening to. It was a ton of work, but so much fun! I hope you have enjoyed them. I know I have! I’ve got plenty more to come as authors step forward ready to share their book and their story.
Interestingly, as I talked with authors over this time I found a few similarities to what they discussed in our interviews. First, most of...
Hey guys! Nicole Gabriel here!
Well… we’ve figured out we are inside a bit longer than a few days. How much journaling have you been doing? How much deep thinking or meditating have you been doing? What have you accomplished in all things self-growth or new business initiatives? If you are any kind of entrepreneur you know this time is a tremendous gift…an opportunity to get ahead!
For me, I’ve made tremendous steps forward in my business in this time. And, I’m truly excited about it!
But, when it comes to producing a podcast as a regular part of your communication during a worldwide pandemic its almost impossible to know where to start gabbing! You wonder as a content generator if there could possibly be anything meaningful that one could say other than…it’s going to be ok…and having proof that it really will.
So, if you generate content without heart and compassion you might be viewed as cold and not focused...
We are all going through a major shift in our human consciousness. We are raw and scared and exhausted and questioning life as we once knew it. We are busy thinking about yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Our minds are full and we suddenly have found some extra time on our hands.
If you are like me you have run through every set of emotions and run in circles trying to figure out which direction to go with all that is going on in our world. Personally, I am very empathic and have had a very hard time re-finding my balance listening to the news and after our 5.7 earthquake here in Utah. I wasn’t even sure how to find my thoughts again for my next podcast and was lacking focus on my business. We all have our own story for how we are coping and how we are finding our strength. Our time is being spent differently. Things are all shaken up. How are you using this time?
Maybe you are using this time to re-align with a better future, taking classes, or updating your...
What Motivates Us to Write?
Good morning! It’s a beautiful sunny winter morning here in the great state of Utah…and I want to talk to you a bit about what motivates us to write…and what we should aim to create as an author.
Before you can get to a functional manuscript you have to have a bit more than just the yearning to tell your story and a few ideas.
You also have to have a bit more than a few vendettas to get even by outing someone and a bunch of wounds you want to bleed out over the pages. Yeah, trust me that grief and anger inspires more authors than you realize. I’ve been doing this awhile and trust me—I’ve been there and I’ve seen it more than enough. What I’ve also seen enough of is an author summarizing a bunch of quotes from their favorite leaders and honestly, this positions an author as a follower no matter what the subject!
Vendettas, wounds, and playing follow the leader aside…these do give us energy...