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Nathan Ohren to Co-Author “Soul of Success,” with Jack Canfield

Nathan Ohren will team with Jack Canfield and several leading experts from various industries to release the new book, “Soul of Success, Vol.1” by CelebrityPress®.

pressreleaseGoleta, CA – May 14, 2015 – Nathan Ohren, Founder of Write4Life, has joined a select group of business experts and entrepreneurs from around the world, along with Best-Selling Author® Jack Canfield, originator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul® series, to co-write the forthcoming book titled, Soul of Success, Vol.1: The World’s Leading Entrepreneurs and Professionals Reveal Their Core Strategies for Getting to the Heart of Health, Wealth and Success. Celebrity Experts® worldwide recently signed a publishing deal with each of these authors to contribute their expertise to the book, which will be released this Fall.

Nathan Ohren offers a variety of workshops and focused coaching programs for personal and professional growth. His signature workshop, Passion, Clarity and Purpose, helps people get back in touch with the reasons they were born, and to move their lives in the direction of their dreams. He helps people mend important relationships, advance in their careers, and replace long-standing, confusing or frustrating issues with clarity and creation.

A portion of the royalties earned from Soul of Success, Vol.1 will be donated to Entrepreneur’s International Foundation, a not for profit organization dedicated to creating unique launch campaigns to raise money and awareness for charitable causes.

Soul of Success, Vol.1: The World’s Leading Entrepreneurs and Professionals Reveal Their Core Strategies for Getting to the Heart of Health, Wealth and Success is tentatively scheduled for release in the Fall of 2015.

Nathan Ohren on JournalTalkMore About Nathan Ohren:

In June of 1985, Nathan Ohren had no idea what prompted him to pick up the pen and begin writing in a 200-page, 5-subject, spiral-bound notebook. His first entry began, “Today was another boring day…” Perhaps even at the age of fourteen, Nathan expected to invite passion and purpose into his young life.

As a troubled teenager fraught with suicidal thoughts, Nathan wrestled over issues of identity, and finding real truth. He filled his early volumes with pages of heart-felt prayers, meditations and responses to sacred texts. In one poignant entry during his coming of age, he wrote, “The only thing I can know for sure is that I can’t know anything for sure; and I’m not even sure about that!” Journal-writing itself had become Nathan’s spiritual path.

During the next 30 years of recording compelling stories of anguish and ambition, trials and triumphs, Nathan set his course on helping others to find passion, clarity and purpose through an easy self-reflective process.

After obtaining a B.S. in Business Administration from California State University at Northridge, Nathan served as a Crisis Hotline Counselor, Area Director for Toastmasters, and has held a successful twelve-year career as Director of Client Services for a leading worldwide software company.

Meanwhile, he has become an eminent authority in the expressive writing community, as founder of Write4Life. He hosts and produces JournalTalk, a weekly podcast nominated for Best in Class at the Ninth Annual People’s Choice Podcasting Awards. Nathan manages operations and content at, the world’s leading resource on digital journaling. He created the 30-Day Digital Journaling Challenge, bringing together journaling therapists and application developers to help people investigate the opportunities of digital journaling.

In 2013, Nathan earned his Certified Journaling Instructor credentials from the Center for Journal Therapy. He is a requested guest speaker at numerous business and coaching events. His book, The Journal-Writer’s Guide to Staying Started, helps both new and experienced journal writers maximize the many benefits of expressive writing.

You may contact Nathan with any personal or professional situation, large or small, to receive his suggestions for exercises that result in resolution, strength or clarity, with a money-back guarantee. 

Dr. Susan Campbell on JournalTalk


Dr. Susan Campbell on JournalTalkCOMING SOON:

Relationship and authenticity expert, Dr. Susan Campbell, is author of one of my most-cherished books, “Getting Real”.

This book neatly summarizes all the most important skills I have developed during the course of my 30 years of journal-writing. That is why I invited Dr. Campbell to join me for a conversation on an upcoming episode of my JournalTalk podcast.

If you are not already receiving the JournalTalk newsletter, you can subscribe here.

This practical techniques shared in this book are well-written and serve to deepen a stong, caring relationship with yourself. I can’t wait to share my conversation with its author, Susan Campbell, PhD. We discuss this and several other items, including her new book, 5 Minute Relationship Repair (co-authored with John Grey). Scheduled air date: February 4, 2015.

SPECIAL OFFER:  In this episode, Dr. Campbell offers a $50 discount toward an intimate authenticity workshop, weekend retreat at her Sebastopol home in California on February 28-March 1st. Contact Dr. Susan and let her know you learned of her on JournalTalk to receive this discount!

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What Starting a Website on Journaling Taught Me About Journaling

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Give a man a fish, feed him for a day. Teach a man how to fish, feed him for a lifetime.
(Have the guy start a fishing school and… well…!)

It’s been almost three years since I started Easy Journaling. And the reason I want to share about the lessons I’ve learned is because they’ve been surprising. In the beginning it was simply a blog where I reviewed the best iPhone journaling apps I could find. It quickly evolved to include all platforms, as well as the best methods for keeping a journal digitally. Modern Journaling was the first guide on keeping a journal digitally.  Later, 101 Reasons to Write a Journal and other books were added to help readers get the most out of their personal journal writing.

I had done most of the writing and tutorials, but what’s interesting is that nobody on the Easy Journaling team has learned more than I have. Without question, the best part of the entire EJ project has been the community that has evolved and the friendships that have been made. Both with journal-writers who have similar websites, as well as others who found the site by seeking the best journal app. I have taught everything I know on the subject, and yet the community has consistently given me the best tips and recommendations. The readers of EJ have also been generous whenever I made mistakes, and helped me fill in the gaps when my research was not complete.

As I look at how my personal journaling over these past three years, one thing is clear: my style has evolved. When I first started EJ, my journaling typically subsisted of short, occasional posts sent from my phone. Now, my journaling is a multi-faceted strategy including journal entries from my phone, computer, and recycled content I first create elsewhere on the web (social media, blog posts, emails…)

101 Reasons Book ImageAlso, reading old journal entries has become a streamlined process. Since I have used several different journal applications on a consistent basis (someone had to test them, right?) I now have content on a variety of platforms. Yes, I always make PDF backups, but there are a few features that I have really learned to enjoy from specific journaling services. Specifically, Penzu and Everyday Timeline have proved to be very benificial as they consistently email me old entries and content from my past. Every day when I open my email inbox I get a new mini-blast reminder of how my life was, anywhere from one to five years ago.

Everything I write is now more secure and always backed up. I never use journals without passwords, and I don’t rely on the developer to guard my data for life. PDF export has become my method of choice for safeguarding my journal, and I now have a journal vault with a half dozen PDFs containing the best parts of my life.

If I had to summarize my current journaling experience down to one word I would say “peace”. I am at peace with how much and how often I journal. I am at peace knowing that this side of the apocalypse, my journals are secure and backed up. I am at peace knowing I have helped many others achieve similar levels of peace.

I wish this kind of peace for everyone in their journaling practice. Nathan is a great guide, and I know he’d like you to check out Easy Journaling as well.


Journal-To-The-Self Workshop

Journal to the SelfJust as there are a variety of writing styles (historical fiction, poetry, memoir, screenplay) there are also various techniques of journal-writing. Here are just a few:

gratitude practice can help you focus on the things that fuel you, and to remember that the small gifts in life are often the most precious.  Lisa Ryan is one expert in this technique who recently shared some tips for this style of journaling on JournalTalk.

Creating Lists of 100 can be a very fun (and informative!) method to organize and categorize your thoughts. You might surprise yourself what you learn from naming 100 items on a given topic.

The Unsent Letter is one of the most powerful healing tools for situations where you feel stuck, anxious, unheard, or where there is a need for forgiveness or grieving.  I have a very special JournalTalk episode planned with an example of the power of the Unsent Letter coming soon!

All of these techniques, and over a dozen more, will be the subject of my next journaling workshop, called Journal To The Self.  We’ll be taking time to explore each technique in detail, and learn new ways of connecting with ourselves. While it is intended for beginning journal-writers, it has also provided tools for those more experienced to deepen their journaling practice.

This workshop is based on the book with the same title, by Kathleen Adams. The tuition for this workshop ($120.00 US) includes the cost of a helpful workbook that is designed to complement the assignments.  We meet for 90 minutes per week, by telephone conference, each Sunday starting April 6th, with the exception of Easter and Mother’s Day.

My Three Hot Buttons: Passion, Clarity & Purpose

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Not too long ago I found myself in an uncomfortable situation. I came to a point in my life, after I had been journaling for twenty-eight years. I had boxes and boxes of journals, pages filled with the demons I’d wrestled with, obstacles I’d overcome and challenges through which I’d sorted. Journaling had been my best friend and ally. I knew that this material was worth something, that it could somehow make a difference in the world, but I just didn’t know how or what that would look like.

I thought about turning my entries into a screenplay for a film. I imagined people going to the movies, buying popcorn and watching my life story for a few hours, but when I visualized that, I was left feeling simply uninspired. After more wondering, visualizing and pondering, I decided I needed to write a book. But everything I came up with was just flat.

None of these ideas moved me, and I was frustrated until a light bulb went off during Landmark Education’s Wisdom Course. I realized: What I really want is to share my passion for journaling with other people. And the idea of an e-course struck me.

Through journaling, I’ve been able to grow myself personally and professionally. But instead of writing a book about me, I wanted to show people how to get something for themselves through the power of journaling.

The Passion, Clarity & Purpose ecourse was born with the intention of sharing the love I have for this type of writing. Journaling is an amazing tool for getting clear, making decisions and leading a love-filled life. This course teaches people how they can write to enhance their lives.

Passion: Lighting the fire of your creativity and imagination! Over the six-week course, we’ll explore ways to re-kindle our love for the things that mean the most in our lives – and you may be surprised by what comes out! Weekly writing assignments will have you look at what gets you going, and owning your enthusiasm.

Clarity: Getting laser-like focus on who you are, and where you’re going. With an emphasis on getting “real” with ourselves, we practice speaking to ourselves with compassion and kindness, without pretense or excuses. Any issue or area of life that feels murky can be cleared up with the exercises we do in the course, and you’ll be left with the ability to make choices in your life that you can stand by because you know what you need and want.

Purpose: Connecting with our mission and meaning in life. Ultimately, we’ll use journaling to learn about ourselves and what we are truly meant to be doing. In a practice of compassionate honesty, we’ll use journaling to find our truth. We participate in weekly conference calls (a sort of Learning Laboratory) to stimulate you taking inventory of your life, and choosing what’s right for you.

The investment for this course is $197, and the first ten people to sign up will receive a surprise bonus upon their registration.  Register today.

Get Your 2014 On, Starting Now!

Getting Started, Staying Started with Write4LifeDo you make New Year’s Resolutions the same way you make birthday wishes? Someone puts a cake in front of you with candles, and in the moment you feel inspired to make a wish. You blow out the candles, everybody cheers, and the next thing you know you’re eating cake and laughing with your friends. Your birthday wish is gone from your mind, and the next day it may even be completely forgotten. Many people are cynical about New Year’s Resolutions. When asked about it, they might respond with a cursory, “I don’t make resolutions, they don’t work.” Even the phrase “New Year’s Resolution” is off-putting to them. When people feel this way, I believe it’s because they haven’t had the experience of ending the year with the amazing feeling of accomplishment. They weren’t prepared to stick with their resolutions and see the incredible results that come with a little planning and persistence. Laziness is not the culprit! I think the reason people don’t follow through with their goals is because they have not set up a plan for following through, and they don’t know how to find their inspiration for those days when it spontaneously vanishes. Having a method to rekindle our enthusiasm and stay on track would ensure at least some forward momentum on our goals. I’m offering a brand new course about New Year’s Resolutions, and it’s all about getting your year started off right. The course is called Getting Started, Staying Started, and it’s designed to help you focus on what matters most and hone in on the areas in which you’re ready to make a positive change. And even more importantly: How to fuel your own enthusiasm throughout the year, so you stay on-track instead of giving into cynicism. Is this really the time to make resolutions for the new year? Yes. Absolutely! Let’s not wait until the big countdown at 11:59 on December 31st when to decide on a whim what we want our next year to be about. We’ll look at how to choose purposeful, inspiring resolutions, and more importantly, how to stick with them. What gives one person staying-power, while another falls off the wagon by February? How do you maintain enthusiasm? In this 3-week course, we’ll use journaling techniques to lay a foundation for a year of motivation and month-to-month examination of progress. We’ll find out what fuels your passion and how to tap into it when the inevitable plateau comes along. You’ll be equipped with The Journal-Writer’s Guide to Staying Started, the companion workbook which offers writing assignments, insightful activities, and a very simple-but-powerful system for staying on-track with your goals. This workbook is included in the tuition for the course, but also sold separately from my website at $19.97 each. Learn more about the course and sign up HERE. I really enjoy working with those who see a great opportunity and take inspired action, so if you register in the next 48 hours, using the code WriteON, you will receive a 25% discount. I look forward to working with you!

Invitation to the Journaling Expo (January 12th)

2014 Journaling ExpoMark your calendars for January 12th 2014. Don’t miss the Journaling Expo! This is a teleseminar designed to help you get even more connected with your passion for writing, and it’s jam-packed with journaling tips, exercises, inspiration, free gifts, and more. I’m honored to be featured among three other outstanding guest speakers, including top-notch journaling coaches from around the world.

Here is the lineup:

Mari L. McCarthy of CreateWriteNow is this year’s primary sponsor, host and coordinator of the event. A famously ambidextrous journaling coach with an amazing story, Mari is often referred to as the “Oprah Winfrey of Therapeutic Writing.” I enjoy the many resources she shares to “Power Up” your life with the tools of journaling. Mari made a guest appearance in Episode #3 of my podcast (listen HERE).

Hannah Braime, is the author of several books, including From Coping to Thriving and The Ultimate Guide to Journaling. Hannah also hosts a podcast entitled “Become Who You Are,” about happiness and effective life strategies. Hannah is a natural with discussing topics such as finding meaning, purpose, validation and passion in life; all of which all incredible benefits of journal writing.

Lynda Monk, founder of Creative Wellness, and author of some amazing books about writing for well-being, including Writing for Wellness: Getting Started Guide.  Lynda devotes her entire company dedicated to helping others through the power of journal writing. Her coaching style and writing prompts are so powerful that they have been known to alter the quality of people’s lives within five minutes of writing. Listen to my interview with Lynda for a taste of what she’s about.

Nathan Ohren (yes, that’s me!) will be speaking on the topic of journaling as it relates to career. Often we believe that journaling is only useful in the context of our personal lives, but I’m here to dispel that myth share some powerful ways you can use journal writing to develop yourself professionally.

If you’re ready to stretch yourself and grow your journaling practice, bring your journal and register for the expo here. Details for joining the webinar will be sent once you register.

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P.S.: I’ve got a bonus homework assignment for you: prior to the expo, in your journal, write down one career goal you feel passionate about, and three statements you believe are true about journaling and your career. See you at the expo!

JournalTalk Nominated Best Podcast. Time to Vote!

I am blown away and so excited to announce that JournalTalk has been nominated for Best Podcast in the Health/Fitness Category for the 9th Annual People’s Choice Podcast Awards. Out of (probably hundreds of thousands of) all submissions, JournalTalk made the “top ten” list!

Please click this link to vote now:  This nomination is a huge win for our field, and I want to give special recognition to the guest experts, listeners, and all who have contributed in many ways to making it happen. The fact that a podcast about the therapeutic benefits of writing has been nominated in the Health/Fitness category speaks volumes to our progress in raising awareness of the benefits of journaling.

You can cast your vote each day from November 1st through the 15th. (So there’s only 15 chances to vote.)  Winners will be announced January 5, 2014 at a special ceremony in Las Vegas.  Want to join me there?

If you’re not familiar with JournalTalk, it’s a podcast in which I interview experts on the practice of journaling. We talk about how they got started and some favorite tips and techniques they use. Each episode of the podcast reveals more reasons that journaling is an important part of our mental, emotional, and yes — physical health.  And it creates a community of people who share the passion for self-awareness and personal growth.

Every vote counts. And this is a vote for our practice, and a vote for self-care!  Please click this link to vote for us now:

  1. Click in the bubble next to “JournalTalk” (and any other podcasts you listen to, in other categories)
  2. Scroll down to the bottom to enter your name and email address.  There is no validation, so please type carefully.
  3. Click Submit!  Your vote is in!  You sometimes will receive a confirmation link by e-mail to validate your vote.  Just follow the link provided.
  4. REPEAT DAILY until November 15th.

Many many thanks!

LifeJournal Online


My guest expert this episode is Ruth Folit, the founder and director of the International Association of Journal Writers.  (Did you know there was such a thing?!  Yea, go check it out!)  But Ruth will have to come back sometime to tell us more about this amazing library of journaling resources, and the wise council of journal-writing elders . . . because in this episode, there’s too much to discuss about the newest version of her revolutionary software LifeJournal Online.

Ten years in the making, LifeJournal has all the features most cherished by typists as well as hand-writers!  Ruth recalls the moment she first decided to share journaling with the world. (Now over 30,000 people and counting!)  Plus of course, we discuss some insightful topics, and a powerful journaling exercise, along the way.   (JournalTalk, Episode #13, August 19, 2013)

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Transform Your Health: Write To Heal (by John Evans)

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Join John Evans, MAT, MA, EdD for a transformative 6-week workshop using his landmark approach to healing. Discover opportunities for renewed health by accessing your inner healing voice.

Do you know that writing can help you to heal?

Research tells us that expressive writing has the power to help us transform our physical, mental, and spiritual health. In fact expressive writing has been proven to:

  • Decrease the heart rate
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Enhance breathing
  • Strengthen the immune system so that it can better fight off infection
  • Improve self-esteem
  • Help manage stress

Writing can help us face our most difficult challenges with past or present experiences and even future challenges.  Put another way, when we write we can gain perspective on our circumstances, we provide provident information to our body, and we engage our internal healing resources.

During this 6-week workshop, John Evans will coach participants through a simple progression of exercises he has developed from his more than 25 years of working in the field.  Participation requires neither any prior writing experience nor any aspiration to become a writer.  In fact, the practices simply cultivate your natural and easy ability to express the ideas that define who you are and how you experience your life.

More information about this six-week workshop can be found here.

Morning Pages: The Habit of Journaling

Guest Post by Mari L. McCarthy

Mari is the first person I teamed up with when I “came public” about my desire to help people develop journal-writing skills in a meaningful way.  She has become a good friend and mentor, and I’m pleased to share with you a guest post from her describing what she’s been up to lately.  I have taken this course, and fully endorse it. Mari’s brilliant style of journal coaching is top-notch.

The Habit of Journaling

cover-ebookHow good are you at starting something new? Is it easy to begin a diet, an exercise regimen, a meditation routine? For most of us, starting any kind of new practice that promises to improve our health and happiness is extremely challenging. We want to improve, but we’re reluctant to change.

You decide, for example, that you’ll no longer waste your evenings in front of the television. You’re going to start reading books instead. You spend one or two quiet nights with a great book; but then you remember that your favorite show is on and decide to catch it one more time.

The next evening there’s a special you want to see and the next you waste on mindless sitcoms because you’re mad at your boyfriend and before you know it, you haven’t made a change at all.

It’s one thing to do an activity now and then and it’s something totally different to make it a part of your everyday life. Often we carefully follow a new routine for several days, only to blow it and go back to square one. Unless we make the new habit as common as getting dressed in the morning, as every day as eating lunch, we are not likely to reap the full benefits.

At CreateWriteNow, we are dedicated to the everyday practice of journal writing, as a lifestyle that fosters personal improvement on nearly every level. While we discuss and use many different kinds of journaling, the Morning Pages, originally introduced by Julia Cameron in The Artist’s Way, is one of the easiest ways to get started with a solid journal writing habit.

It’s easy, but it’s still challenging because you do have to take the initiative and begin. So we’ve developed a new course from CreateWriteNow called 12 Days of Morning Pages. You can access the course via email or in ebook format. Its tips and exercises are designed to be an easy and fun way to slide into your daily Morning Pages routine. With the help of the materials, you’ll find you have developed a powerfully healthy habit almost without trying!

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MariJJDuoAvatarsmallMari L. McCarthy (also known as the Oprah of Journaling) is The Journaling Therapy Specialist, founder of Create Write Now, the Personal Growth Journaling Place. Mari offers counseling and encouragement to journal writers through her many online journaling resources, as well as private consultations. Mari’s teachings and workbooks center around journaling for self-discovery, self-growth, and self-healing. She has published nearly 20 journaling guides, exploring such topics as money, jobs, health, bereavement, personal organization, and more. Look for her 27 Days of Journaling to Health and Happiness, a course that begins this September 1st.

Mari McCarthy featured on “Chaos Into Creativity” website

Carrie Leigh Sandoval’s website has a new look and feel.  Her motto “Chaos Into Creativity” is a superb way to describe a powerful benefit of journaling.  Recently, Mari McCarthy made a guest post, to share about the “Twelve Days of Morning Pages” program:

Whether or not you’re a “morning person,” you probably agree that those first few moments after you wake up are a different kind of consciousness. You might feel a little foggy-headed, for instance, half still in dreamland, if you’re the type that operates best in the latter part of the day. If you’re an “A” type of personality, you may feel most sharp in the early morning.

Either way, it’s a special time. Maybe you can find new discoveries in your semi-dreaming awareness; or those of you who wake up raring to go probably benefit from the thoughts and plans that come to you first thing in the morning. So this post is a suggestion to use those early moments for something truly transformative.

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Journal Writing as My Medicine and Muse

A new article, Journal Writing as My Medicine and Muse, by Joan Leof was posted on  I think this excerpt expresses what many journal-writers long to hear:

“If you want to start a memoir now, you can do what I did – just go back to the journals that contain the years and the themes you want to deal with. I did not read all the journals. I did not read any books on how to harvest my journals. You may want to.

I relied more on my belief in journaling as a template for making things happen in my life. If I could make things happen in all areas of my life, as documented in my journal, then I could make my memoir happen.”

Look for an interview with Joan Leof in a JournalTalk podcast episode coming soon, “Turning Journals into Memoirs”.

Dream Journaling Course

Updated!  Six-Week e-Course:  “Dream Journaling”

I’m pleased to announce this course is open for registration, and will begin on October 6th for six weeks, with a “graduation” conference call on November 17th. The course is designed to support a daily (or nightly!) journaling practice, with special inquiry into the nature, the meanings, and the ability to tap into your nighttime dreaming life. Weekly conference call sessions are hosted by journaling coach, Nathan Ohren, host of the JournalTalk podcast.

This course is intended for three audiences:  (1) those who do not remember their dreams once awakened, but want to learn how, (2) those who want to understand their dreams for greater self-awareness and personal growth, and (3) those who want to learn how to induce their favorite dreams, and explore lucid dreaming.  Assignments are given during weekly conference calls.  Journaling coach Nathan Ohren teaches techniques for remembering, capturing, and understanding even the strangest of dreams.


Why does your fourth grade teacher show up in a scene when you are late for work because elephants are walking across the freeway offramp?  If dreams are the messages from our subconscious mind, why not learn how to decipher and interpret them?  And, is it really possible to alter the content of your dreams by teaching yourself to become aware when you are in the middle of a dream?

Course Outline:

Week #1 – How to Remember Dreams
Week #2 – Memory and the Brain
Week #3 – Symbols and Dream Details
Week #4 – Dream Interpretation Workshop
Week #5 – Dreams and Reality Tests
Week #6 – Exploring Lucid Dreaming (an introduction)

Course Materials:

A pen, a notebook, and a “Dream Totem” are the only requirements for this course.  (We’ll discuss the Totem in Week #2.)  If you’re someone who does not usually remember your dreams, you will enjoy the techniques shared! In addition to journaling, you will be encouraged to explore fun homework assignments, tips, “reality tests”, and exercises to enrich the awareness of your dream life.  A calendar of weekly conference calls is made available so you can get personalized training.  A private page on Facebook is also available for those who want a bulletin board or “journaling circle” to communicate with others in the course.

How to Register:

Please visit my webpage for registration!  You won’t want to miss this unique opportunity to explore and discover something new about yourself!

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Endorsement from Michael Pearlman

From Michael Pearlman:

Nathan, I just connected with the link to the actual podcast site of our interview and I wanted tell you I just did not fully appreciate the scope and extent of your wonderful introduction to the podcast.

You covered in such glowing and heartfelt way the elements of the program and frankly in a language that was completely articulate and user-friendly as it offered to me a more effective way to describe and present this journaling approach.

Nathan, you are a gifted writer!

I am in awe and incredibly grateful for your reaching out and partnering with me and this project, Nathan.

I look forward to a long and fruitful collaboration.

With much appreciation,

Michael Pearlman, M.D.

‘A direct path to Self-realization for those willing to reveal their thinking, re-frame it and transform their lives.’