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Write Your Own Authentic Story with Janna Lopez

Season 1, Ep. 25

Have you ever experienced a breakthrough? A moment in your life when you felt the necessity to change something and you said to yourself,  enough is enough, I'm done, I'm ready to move on with something new? If the answer is yes, I am sure you know how difficult it must have been for you in that moment. When you accept this acknowledgment, your life changes in a way. You need to be 100% honest with yourself and accept that in order to embrace a more positive future, you need to go through some darkness. 


Today’s guest, Janna Lopez, a successful author, podcaster, and coach, will tell us how she was able to deal with the darkest moment in her life, and how only by being honest with herself and accepting the pain, she was able to move on and create a new life for herself. 


Janna Lopez has recently published her first book called “Me, My Selfie and I: a midlife conversation about loss, Identity, rief, and seeing who you are. She hosts a weekly podcast called Identity Talk. She teaches weekly writing workshops. Jenna's life, passion, and work consistently revolves around expression through words and images. 


If you want to order the life you want and transform the way you think like Janna did, Join my “How to Handle your Shit and live a better life Masterclass”. It will take place on April 27, at 6pm, April 29, at 6pm and Friday, April 30 at noon, and the best thing of all, It’s absolutely free! Just click the link below and join me in this adventure. 


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Some Questions I Ask:

How did the writing come about? Was this a dream of yours? (12.36)

How were you loved and understood in your writing? (18.15)

Are there any other tips that you have on how an Amiga can handle her shit? (39.04)



In This Episode You Will Learn :

How Janna discovered she was a writer (12.45)

Janna most recent breakthrough (21.08)

When and where Janna’s next writing retreat will take place. (36.36)



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