Episode 010: Kaitlyn Mirison
Kaitlyn Mirison was one of the first people to get in touch with me when I first launched the Coffee Break offshoot of the Write Now podcast. And I am so grateful that she did.
Kaitlyn is the author of An Artist's Pillars, and host of the Potential & Possibility Podcast, both of which encourage creative folks like you & me to believe in ourselves and deepen our experience of living. "It felt like I was standing on the sidelines of my life." For years, Katilyn worked as an accounting executive, a role in which she was successful but ultimately unfulfilled. She had dreamed of being a writer ever since she was a little girl, but those dreams had been crushed by fear and self-doubt. "At the very core, I didn't believe that I was valuable as a person." In this beautiful and moving episode, Kaitlyn talks about finding the permission you need to write, going against well-intentioned advice when necessary, making peace with your inner critic, and discovering your self-worth & value as a person. "When I started writing my book... that's when I felt like I was coming home." Give today's episode a listen using the controls above or on iTunes, and while you're at it, check out Katilyn's book and podcast. They are both as lovely as she is. :) I will send you emails. You won't regret it if you sign up for my email newsletter! (Probably!) Subscribe to Coffee Break (& Write Now). You can listen to the full Coffee Break episode using the controls at the beginning of this post.
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