Motivational, Inspirational, and Self - Help Ezine
Submitted On 2007-03-02
Writing inspirational, motivation and self-help pieces you have the opportunity to translate your most heart-helpful thoughts onto page you have emerged into a beautiful piece that can change not just your own life, but the people around you.
Inspirational writers empower people by pouring faith, courage, wisdom strength, and hope into their lives. The group provides you with the resources to learn how to listen to your heart and write from your soul. You’ll learn how to use your past learning experiences and turn them into self-help pieces to help others get through the hard times they are experiences with the knowledge you have gained by going through it already. "Inspirational, motivational and self-help writing has hit the bookstores like a tidal wave. Volumes of material are making their ways in from all areas of the world.
The types of writing that I am speaking of are spiritual, witnessing miracles and angels; from glorifying love and romance to internalizing success and happiness, desperate times, challenges that people accomplished, terrible times and wise lessons learned, diseases and disabilities--is exactly what the inspirational writer zeroes in on to address. And the writer's main challenge is how to be effective... Inspirational writing has a style all its own. The most effective inspirational articles are, first and foremost, personal -- first person, true to life, and uplifting. You humbly extend yourself, opening your heart and sharing valuable experiences, hoping that in the process you create a positive impact on your readers, that somehow you make a difference.
" You may use any writing style you wish -- concise or narrative -- so long as your readers are able to comprehend your helpful, instructive and uplifting messages as highlighted by real-life situations. If your readers sense your own identification with the material, they will become loyal students. Now think about life's small pleasures -- laughing with a friend, completing a wonderful project, searching for the perfect shell. Each one is fair game! When the motivation hits, write. Then if you are truly lucky you'll have the following event which happened to you: 'Live the moment and learn to write about the positive out comings!'
To sum things up: seek things to learn. You can do this via "free events:" social gatherings, lectures and Internet searches and personal experiences. Write about your most heartfelt lessons and soon you'll have a ton of material to write books, help other and help yourself. Learn how to do this by learning from other inspirational, motivational and self-help writers.
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Source: By Jenna Martin, Senior Editor, Review: Stacey Chillemi is 32 years old, a mother of three, a wife and writer. Her journey and reason for being is defined each day by the happiness in her children's eyes and the people with epilepsy she has helped through her writing. By Jenna Martin, Senior Editor (...)
Source: Great Book Review: My name is Donna, and I just want you to know that I bought your book a few years ago and it was very encouraging to me, really did get a lot out of it. I'd recommend it to anyone else who has E, and their family members who'd want to understand what it's like to live with this condition. It surely does help to know we're not alone in this.
Source: Reviewer: A reader Review: I just finished your book Epilepsy; You're not Alone and thought I'd tell you how much I appreciated it. The positive attitude was very refreshing and a welcome change from the "Why me?" stories that I read so often.
Source: Editorial Review -Anchor / Talk Show Host /News 12 NJ, Review: "Life deals us many hard blows that we often don't expect. I admire the fact that someone like Stacey Chillemi was thrown a curve ball that may have knocked many of us down to the point where many of us may not have wanted to get back up, but she did. It wasn't easy but she possesses a determined spirit that won't let her give up. For that reason Stacey will go far and achieve whatever dreams she sets her mind to accomplish."Della Crews Reporter