Hey friends, Bruce here from the Better Each Day library talking about a book authored by today’s guest Teri Wade. It’s been a while since I’ve hosted an author but this topic seems to be fitting, if not required reading in light of not only myself, but a world that needs to be carefully thinking and writing about where we’ve been and where we’re going.
Here’s the basic breakdown…and I’m quoting here: “What if the only thing standing between you and your dreams was your old story?
The premise of this book is that your dreams are not mere fantasy—they’re actually meant to come true. If you find it difficult to realize your dreams, it’s because your unconscious narrative is getting in the way.
To make authentic, lasting changes to the story of your life, you need a tried and true method, with proven results. You need a map with detailed instructions for each step of the journey.
Write Yourself Into Your Dreams will provide you with that map and when you follow its guidance—no matter who you are or what has happened in your past—you can expect your greatest dreams to burst to life.”
The ELS Method revolves around a deceptively simple core exercise: writing a brief (only five pages to start) autobiographical sketch. Take a pen, some paper, a private space, and then ponder and write your life story, at first in broad outline and then in increasing detail.
What's your story?