Jayde Gilmore on JournalTalk

Journaling for Transformation

Jayde Gilmore on JournalTalkThe most powerful promise of a journal-writing practice is its ability to transform any dilemma the writer is wrestling with into something completely new, approachable, and inspiring. This shift from oppression to opportunity, from turmoil to tranquility, hardly comes without practice, and is often accompanied by the guidance of a coach.

Jayde Gilmore is one such coach, and my guest expert this week. In this episode, we celebrate our “win” of NaNoWriMo (having written 50,000 words of a coherent story)! Our conversation also mingles through some of her earliest writing memories, and raises examples of writing for personal breakthrough.

Jayde will be a new voice on JournalTalk Q&A, joining me to answer your questions about journal-writing. She is also one of the talented sponsors (with Jackee Holder, Kay Adams, Lynda Monk, Carolyn Koehnline, Carrie Leigh Sandoval, and others) of the Looking Back, Looking Forward Journaling Kit, a three-part toolkit designed for transforming your experience of any milestone or life transition. It offers practical, bite-size steps for reviewing your journal for reflection and wisdom, and exercises for designing a compelling future. (JournalTalk, Episode #49, February 3, 2015)

Journal NotebookExclusive Offer for JournalTalk Listeners:  In this episode, I share some hints about a new service offering I am dreaming up. I invite your input in making it something truly worthwhile. In exchange for your ideas, you will be added to my VIP pre-launch, scheduled for later this year.

 

 

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Audio Editing: Netrix Marketing
Music and Voiceovers: Music Radio Creative

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3 thoughts on “Journaling for Transformation

    1. Nathan Ohren Post author

      Hi Rona, security and privacy are an important issue in any type of journal-writing. Nobody sees your journal except those whom you choose to share it with. Not even your coach can read your entries unless you allow. Thanks for your question!

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