Every leader has a message to share, but we’re not always sure the world wants to hear it. How can you move past the fear and start sharing that message?
In this special bonus episode of the podcast, I’m chatting with Wall Street Journal best selling author Emily P. Freeman. We’re diving into Emily’s leadership journey and how her view of herself as a leader has shifted in recent years.
We also talk about writing as a form of leadership, and what to do if you’re not sure how to start. If you’ve ever felt the call to write but you feel like it might be selfish or you’re maybe even a little afraid of success, this is the episode for you.About Hope*Writers
Emily and I also chat about her membership community for writers, Hope*Writers. This is a group that I joined about a year ago and have found it incredibly beneficial as I work towards my own writing goals.
Sign up for the free training, Reimagine 2020: Discover your writing rhythm, uncover your creative call, and finally bring your writing to life in only 20 minutes a day. This will be hosted by Emily and you’re sure to learn something valuable even if you don’t join Hope*Writers.
Hope*Writers will be open to new members between May 18-22, 2020. Click here to take a free quiz (before May 18th) or learn more about Hope*Writers (between May 18-22).
If you decide to join hope*writers using my affiliate link (https://estherlittlefield.com/hopewriters), you will get free access to my “Grow Your Audience” masterclass on June 5th! This will help you with creating a clear plan to start finding the people who will actually read your writing.
Access the show notes at estherlittlefield.com/emilyKey Points Discussed:
Connect with Emily P. Freeman:
Emily P. Freeman is the Wall Street Journal best selling author of Simply Tuesday and A Million Little Ways. Her newest book, The Next Right Thing, offers a simple, soulful practice for making life decisions. Emily is also the host of The Next Right Thing Podcast. She also co-founded the membership site hope*writers, a community of working writers dedicated to learn to balance the art of writing with the business of publishing.
She earned her MA in Christian Spiritual Formation and Leadership at Friends University. In her writing and speaking, Emily always seeks to create space for the soul to breathe, offering fresh perspective on the sacredness of our inner life with God. Emily and her husband live in North Carolina with their three children.Connect with Esther and Holly:
This episode was originally published on estherlittlefield.com/emily.
Are you the creator of this podcast?
and pick the featured episodes for your show.
Connect with listeners
Podcasters use the RadioPublic listener relationship platform to build lasting connections with fansYes, let's begin connecting
Find new listeners
Understand your audience
Engage your fanbase