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re67: Heading to Edinburgh to... FOCUS

5 days of writing with writers. In castles. With beer. See ya.


re66: A sneak peek into Madeline Dines brand-new audiobook: Drama

First, she wrote a book. Now she's narrated it. Here's an excerpt from her latest and greatest work: Drama: Solving teenage problems with meditation.


re65: Introducing the Repossible publication

More is an excellent way to gather writers (and writing) to reach a broader audience. Are you looking for a place to write about these topics: Head over to Repossible's new home on


re64: Richard Robinson on losing weight, gaining mental clarity, and intermittent fasting

He just came off of a 5-day water fast. That's 5 days without food. Just water. Show Notes "I could just use that jolt right now. I weigh more than I want to. I don't have the clarity." "I was going to go 7 days. I was feeling great." "I did something called the fasting mimicking diet." Valter Longo "You wouldn't believe how many calories miming burns." Time Restricted Eating Dr. Rhonda Patrick "A sauna session is just as powerful as an exercise session." "You should not eat...


re63: I just lost 2 pounds in a week. The secret? I didn’t do it alone.

I had a coach. A mentor. An accountability partner. Crazy part is? He didn’t even know it. This week’s episode is sponsored by Spark Campfire where you can write a book in a month together with a young person and change your relationship forever. The secret? It’s a lot easier with someone leading the way. That someone, in case you’re looking, is me. Our guest next week is the Intermittent Fasting rockstar who might help you lose weight, achieve mental clarity, and benefit from a whole...

re62: SPARK: Ch. 3: Is it time to check what dreams might be stuck in you?

Having just set free two dreams in the books of my nieces 3 days ago, it’s time to ask the question. What dreams are still hiding in you? Here’s chapter three from Spark titled, “Message in a Bottle.” Enjoy.


re61: Although there are a bunch of different kinds of people in high school, there is also the average kid. I think of myself as the average kid.

My niece (the one writing the book called “Drama: Solving teenage problems with meditation”) has a book coming out next week. I’m sorry, did we all catch that? She’s 17. She has a book coming out next week. I’ve been helping her. It’s been fun, it’s been real, and it’s been really, really fun. But it’s been more than that. I’m going to read the foreword to her book (that I wrote) here. Enjoy. You can buy Madeline’s book on Amazon: Drama.


re60: The foreword to Taylor Dines’ upcoming book, “Escaping the Light”

Here’s a little secret: not feeling proud of what you do? How about you help someone else do something and you can be proud of them. Oddly, you become even more proud yourself. In this week’s episode, I offer you the foreword to Taylor Dines’ upcoming book, “Escaping the Light.” I am so proud of her. I’m proud of us we’re almost there. We’re almost done. But as a writer, long-distance runner, or “successful” person knows, that first step is the hardest. We’ve taken the first step and...


re59: I wish I’d had someone to guide me at an earlier age

If you’re no longer at “an earlier age,” can you help someone who is? I posted in a (closed and private), 30,000+ member-strong Facebook group for writers about my experience with my nieces and writing their books. I was overwhelmed with the heartfelt responses. Here are a few snippets: This is wonderful. I helped my granddaughter who is 10 write her first story and posted it on my blog. She was so proud, and so was I. Congratulations! That is all kinds of awesome. Wow....


re58: Once upon a time, there was a feeling that I couldn’t get through high school.

I got my nieces to record a few lines from their upcoming books. Drama. Teenagers. Meditation. Books coming out June 17. Is this fun or what? Escaping the Light Drama


re57: Medicate, Imagine, Create. Oops, one letter off.

Speaking to a group of older folks about how to live a long, joyful, and meaningful life. It’s not medicate but …

re56: Girl spaghetti brains, boy waffle brains, and Maddie Dines’s new book

Stressed out in high school? Maddie Dines knows all about it–and how to tame the beast I thought high school was just football games on Friday nights, lettermen’s jackets, and milkshakes. Stress, drama, and teen challenges seem to be the new normal. What tools do we have to deal with them? Maddie Dines’s new book tells all.

re55: Spark: Ch. 1: Embers

I’m finally recording the audiobook for Spark. Here’s Chapter 1. At times our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person. Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us.? — Albert Schweitzer


re54: Morocco, fiction, and that choice that’s usually yours.

Travel, write. That’s about it. That’s my “worldly advice.” Oh, and make the decisions that are right for you. Need help with those decisions? Travel. Write. That will help. I swear. Now I need to head off into the sand dunes of the Sahara in the eastern part of Morocco. #willsharephotos

re53: You need a team? We are the team.

While driving, I figured out what the “real, no, real real” secret sauce of Spark Campfire was. It’s you. It’s me. It’s us. Spark Campfire is a month-long, hands-on, let’s-get-this-done-together workshop to write a book together with a younger person. [ ]


re52: Time Capsule

It’s not so much Now or Never as Now or Later. Now is nice. Here’s the video version:


re51: Tony

“Repossible” for me means to make something possible again. I probably hold him up in some kind of distant light start, up on a pedestal where he can do (and has done) no wrong, but Tony is one of my heroes. For my “Spark Campfire” course, I did a video the day before my friend Tony passed away. I recorded it to inspire anyone who might have thought they were too old to begin a project. Maybe for those who didn’t think they had any “daily creativity” in them. Or for those who think the...

re50: Secret mountain lakes, implementing processes, and glittery ideas

I have 2 secrets. I’ll tell you one of them.


re49: Unexpected Magic

I wasn’t planning on reversing the rotation of the planet. I really just wanted a croissant. I have a speech on Saturday. I’ve been working on it all week. The more I work on it, the better it gets. Funny how that happens. Here’s two stories of Unexpected Magic–and how you can turn a bad situation into a potentially good one.


re48: Silver lining, meditation for creatives, and dog stress

I’m letting it all go in this episode. We cover quite a few topics and although I seem to skim through some, there’s some deep goodness in here. Is there always a silver lining? How meditation can increase your productivity, add jet fuel to your creativity, and save you hours per day. The plan for 2019: books, audio, video, talks, speeches, all media, one topic, Better Together, and it starts now. How much do dogs stress? What can we learn from it?