You Still Have Time: How to write a story that inspires others
Martha Stewart was 41 when she published her first book, Entertaining
Louise Hay was nearly 60 years old when she started Hay House Publishing
Laura Ingalls Wilder was 65 when she published her first “Little House” books
Your life is your story; everything you have gone through or are going through create chapters that you can use to build a strong foundation for your future. In this workshop, you’ll examine your timeline and pinpoint moments that have impacted your life journey. We’ll go through the ins and outs of getting started on writing your book and you’ll learn what it takes to get it done. Whether you’ve always wanted to write a book or simply wanted to get your story onto paper, this workshop will ignite your creative spark and help you take that first step to sharing your story.
It doesn’t matter if you’re 21 or 81, you can (and should) share your experience with the world, if only to give someone hope that whatever it is they’re going through, they will get through it. Make a difference in your own life or the lives of others through writing that inspires!
Presented by Tamara Plant, Founder/Producer of All Things FIERCE: Awards, Workshops and Presentations, and best-selling author of Forgiveness and Other Stupid Things. Tamara has chronicled her journey through blogging and social media but long before the internet, she was a sports journalist who knew her life purpose was more than covering hockey and football. She shares her story of overcoming adversity in her first book, Forgiveness and Other Stupid Things, and encourages others to make a difference in their own lives and in the lives of others. Her second book Trading for Dharma is a guide to learning to exchange drama, negativity and pain for purpose and is scheduled to be released 7/7/16. When she's not following the moon cycles, she enjoys tweeting about the lighter side of pop culture. She once tweeted with S.E. Hinton while watching The Outsiders. It was as awesome as it sounds.