One on One Writing sessions
Many people say they want to write but don't know how or where to begin. Many people also say they want to live better lives but don't know how or where to begin. Enter Heather, who not only taught herself the discipline to become a writer, but also the discipline to make better life choices.
In private writing sessions with Heather guiding you, you'll receive a workbook that becomes your very own version of a self-help book. It's your version because you are the author. You will begin to craft out your own story, analyzing your previous choices, which will help you to understand what exactly lead you to the life you are currently living. Then from there, you get to decide what is best for you. You can then use what you have learned and begin to apply it to your life (and/or your future New York Times Best Seller). The idea of looking back to move forward is so that you can see where you were out of alignment with previous choices so that you can make different and more balanced choices moving forward. Sometimes to find out what you do want means you have to discover what you don’t want. To end up where you want to be, you have to know where you’re going and also where you’ve been that has gotten you to this very moment.
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"I had been sitting on the idea of writing a book about my life for many years but I had no idea where to start. I never thought of myself as a writer. When I mentioned it to Heather, she essentially birthed an outline for me within an hour. We sat over coffee as she asked me detailed questions about which events had impacted me and my life the most. I started my writing journey thanks to that outline. I would have never have plunged into my book if Heather had not gotten me started." - Jennifer, NYC
"Heather's philosophy on breakdown to breakthrough helped me see things from a different perspective - not only in my art, but also in my personal life. I am grateful for her expertise, spiritual wisdom and willingness to share examples of what's worked for her as inspiration of how I can make things work for me." - Kiersten, SLC
"Let's see, words to describe Heather... kind, empathic, wise beyond her years, creative, professional, grounded and centered, intuitive, driven, passionate... do you need any more? Because I'll keep going... intelligent, gifted with words, patient, courageous, hard-working, talented, oh and she has a wicked sense of humor." - Glenda, LA