"As a result of working with Cassie, I improved my organization and implemented a variety of new techniques. This affected my writing because I learned to pace my work and have more realistic expectations about the time and effort involved at each step when preparing for a deadline. Over the course of 12 weeks, I had three new articles accepted for publication."
You are a smart woman. You started out with a passion for writing and a fire for changing the world. You excelled. Not every step was easy, but you found you enjoyed the hard work.
Then one day, you woke up to realize you're avoiding your writing. You work hard at your job, you give so much to others, and you're learning to juggle work and life successfully-- most days.
But you haven't given time to your own writing in a while. Maybe you have an idea for a project but can't seem to start. Maybe an unfinished book lies in a folder on your computer that you rarely open. Maybe you are beginning to think that writing is something you "used to do."
And this is affecting more than your writing. You don't just fear what will happen if you don't return to your writing, but you quite literally don't feel good anymore.
Maybe you're not sleeping as much-- or you're tired all the time. Maybe you find your mind spinning with anxious thoughts. Maybe you're nervous that you've lost your "zing" that you used to have about your life and work -- or you fear you've taken a wrong turn somewhere. Maybe you feel as if you're having a crisis of faith -- and you're afraid that there isn't anyone who understands this and at the same time would understand what you're going through as a smart woman.
I understand. I've spent 10 years coaching women like you to use simple techniques that can reduce anxiety, improve focus, and help you find meaning in your writing practice again.
I look forward to hearing from you!