What is Inspired Action? (HWN Podcast Ep 1)


Have you ever had an inkling of an idea and you weren't sure whether or not you should pursue it?


In this episode of my podcast for authors, Happy Write Now, we discuss Inspired Action and what it means for your writing destiny. Find out now if that tickle of an inspiration is where you are meant to be.



Below you will find the show notes for Episode 1 of the HWN podcast. Share your thoughts on the episode in the comment form below. I'm excited to jump on this journey with you! What are your favorite mindfulness and writing podcasts? Let me know.


Download the Happy Write Now podcast on Apple Podcasts and Castbox.


Do you have an idea that struck you like lightening?


Did you think "Oh you are crazy, you can't do that!" but then the idea bothered you all day?


Did you covet the idea and not share it with other people because you thought they might tell you that same thought?


Or did you scream the idea to anyone that would listen, in hopes that they would validate the idea?


Have you bought supplies and started researching, even though you keep telling yourself it's a no?


You may have been given a beautiful idea and spark of intuition that will take your goals to the next level.


But the main question I need you to think about is...


Would you let yourself down if you didn't try?


Inspired Action is a catalyst idea that can take you and your life to that next step you have been craving.


I felt all of this with my podcast. I knew it was right. I knew I would regret not trying. I felt the same way in 2010 when I got the idea to start a YouTube channel. I couldn't stop thinking about it and even began narrating everything I was doing as if I was practicing YouTube videos. When I took the leap and made a channel, it lead me to my career in marketing.


Believe in your gut. Give this idea a chance. You don't want to say no to your next transformation.


I am rooting for you.

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