Three Ways to Rewrite Old Stories

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This week, after Author Your Life (the book) came out, I felt kind of ... uneasy. It's as if there was part of me that was thinking the book's success was a giant fluke. I had a little voice whispering, "Who do you think you are to have all this happen to you?" 

I still have a little knot of dread in my stomach as I write this. I mean, DREAD? What the heck?

Except, this is totally normal.

In Author Your Life, I talk about how, when we put pen to paper to write a better story for ourselves, the hardest part of the journey is always the tension between the stories we're currently telling ourselves, and the stories we want to be true instead. 

There is still a part of me that struggles to feel okay when good things happen. That's a very old story that I need to keep working on as I write new ones. And that's a great thing! 

That's because we never really get to a place where we don't have any more old stories that need investigating or revising. If we're smart, we'll continually try to root out the old stories that are holding us back so we can write door-busting stories of awesomeness in their place. 

I've spent a ton of time uncovering my old stories. I'm great at recognizing when they come up. They're horrible poker players, actually. They have lots of tells. 

So how can you know if you're living out an old story that needs revising? How can you get hip to the tension between the old and new?

I'm so glad you asked! 

Check out my FREE class called "Rewriting Old Stories."  

In this class, we'll cover:

  • How to know when you're living out an old story that needs re-writing

  • What actionable steps you can take to change (that don’t require tons of time and money)

  • How to start kicking the fear of failure out of your life once and for all

>> Click here to register <<

On the signup page, you’ll see some scary-looking text about how the webinar has ended, but never fear. Just register and you’ll be launched into the webinar right away.


I just want to say THANK YOU all so much for a great launch week! Not only was the book inches away from being #1 in its Amazon category, but the support from this community was like a tidal wave of love and connection. I'm so glad this book is resonating with so many of you. 

If you haven't picked up your copy yet, never fear! 
>> Order the paperback here
>> Order Kindle here
>> Order B&N Nook here
>> Order Kobo here

And you can always email me to let me know what you think at 

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Do you know why we write our stories in the third person? Because science! Let me tell you all about it in this blog post.

In the meantime, I believe in your story!

Write here, write now,