Fierce on the Page Community:
Write Your Manifesto
Today, I see my writing and teaching identity like this:
Stories are the currency of life and business. The stories we tell have the power to shape thought, feelings, choices, and lives. I use the written word to help people fulfill goals, make discoveries, and expand their sense of possibility, so that we all can write better and live better.
I call this my writing manifesto. It’s a distillation of what I believe about writing, what I value, and why I write. In chapter 55 of Fierce on the Page, I offer some quick instructions for writing yours.
Now, I invite you to share your manifesto here—for all of the fierce writers and readers to see.
Declaring who you are as a writer is alchemical. Knowing where you’re headed and what makes your engine go can make you unstoppable.
I’d be honored to be your witness.