Journal Your Way to Becoming a Highly Creative and Successful Woman
The perfect companion to Gail McMeekin's popular The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women.
Creativity was identified in a survey of 1,500 CEO’s to be the key leadership skill of the 21st century. This journal offers a place to track and record your progress toward becoming your own highly creative woman success story. It follows the format of the original The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women, highlighting the 12 Secrets, Keys, and Challenges of each chapter with prompts and inspirational quotes to motivate you to pursue your creative life. The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women Journal features original material organized into an advanced creativeness program to deepen your creativity and get you into action on your goals with new insights and success strategies.
Use this journal to help you to discover your creative purpose and your values. Learn to:
- Dismantle limiting beliefs
- Take positive and calculated risks
- Make career changes fueled by passion and purpose
- "Filter and Focus" to give creative ideas time and space to evolve
- Overcome procrastination
- Declutter and create workable workspaces
- Find resources and support
Journalers who have worked with top-sellers such as Becoming: A Guided Journal for Discovering Your Voice, Start Where You Are, or This Year I Will…, will love Gail McMeekin’s The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women Journal.
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About the Author
Gail McMeekin, L.I.C.S.W. is an executive/career/creativity/positive choices coach and consultant in Boston with clients all over the world. She is the author of The 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women and The Power of Positive Choices, and several e-books that are available on her website http://www.creativesuccess.com. Gail helps people activiate their creativity, discover fulfilling work, restore inner peace, and grow their businesses. She also works with budding authors to help them to get their books and articles published, as well as other creative entrepreneurs trying to build successful businesses. Gail is also a watercolor painter and gets inspired to paint, especially during the summers she spends on Cape Cod.