Finding Your Own Voice
What does it mean to find your own voice and how can you authentically connect to the true voice within you? Today we are talking about that and more with author, NPR commentator, and founder of the Chilmark Writing Workshop on Martha's Vineyard, Nancy Slonim Aronie.

Today's show goes to the heart of finding what resonates most strongly within you and dedicating yourself to the ways in which you can bring that most fully into the world. While much of today's show is on the paths of wisdom that can be gained through the process of writing your inner truths through personal exploration, you can extrapolate our focus to what fits for you in your own life as well. Whether you are a writer within, a painter, a seamstress, or any number of other things that makes your heart most sing, Nancy helps to guide us through some of the wisdom that she's gained through the years in her own journey.

Today's show is truly delicious, thoroughly fun and procatively forthcoming. You don't want to miss the conversation and begin to apply the principles to your own life and passions!

For more information about Nancy's work and the Chilmark Writing Workshop, please visit www.ChilmarkWritingWorkshop.com.

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