Thinking that you have something to offer the world is one of the most vulnerable places to be. Yet, I just can’t seem to stop. I can’t help but think, “what else is there if I don’t try?” And so I hosted my 3rd session of The Writer’s Muse workshop because I’m crazy enough to believe that I can help other writers learn to be inspired by everything in their writing. That I can help them expand the boundaries of their creativity, improve their storytelling and discover new dimensions of themselves through writing.
I’m not sure if I have hosted anything or tried anything with my blog and my brand that has not given me complete anxiety. I’m working on it. But I couldn’t have asked for a better first writing workshop than what took place on Saturday, May 16th. Ahhhhh, I can’t believe I did it! But we did it and it was so amazing in my eyes, just the idea of having something in your head that actually comes to life and is executed.
But I wanted to address my recap in a bit of a different way. I wanted to point out all the fears and anxiety that I normally have when putting on an event or trying to get people to engage with my blog in a different way. In my 12 Phases series, I talked about facing the fears head on and moving on from them. So below is every fear I faced with The Writer’s Muse and the actual turnout!