Creating course content from the heart is the theme for April and Camille kicks off this month by sharing with us strategies she uses when she coaches her clients on communicating difficult messages to loved ones.
From a young age, Camille has been an advocate for others who weren’t able to share their voice, starting in elementary school when she stood up to a bully who was picking on a friend’s little sister. Over the years, Camille continued to find herself in a fair amount of odd or emotionally difficult situations which required her to write and/or talk her way out of. Honing those communication skills through those real life experiences, she started helping friends, family and coworkers craft communications that dealt with their own difficult situations, with much success.
On this episode, she discusses the following topics:
- Strategies to turn procrastination into action
- The biggest lessons she’s learnt from her personal experiences on the importance of communicating how we feel
- Why it’s better to share what’s on your mind than not saying anything at all
- Tools to tap to write content that’s coming from YOUR heart
Links for you to check out
Since we spoke last year, Camille’s business has taken a new direction. Now she’s channeled her talents into Girl Gets Date, an awesome course that supports single gals (and guys) to navigate the challenges encountered in the offline dating world
Check out Camille’s new online home!
- Tweet her @GirlGetsDate
When you know how you are actually feeling, then you can start to write from the heart. Camille.… Click To Tweet
Do a brain dump and write whatever idea is floating in your head. Don’t judge it. Just let your stream of thoughts come out onto paper. Cover it with your thoughts. Then leave it and go for a walk. When you come back take a look at it and see how you feel, now that these thoughts are visual and are no longer swimming around in your head. Is this content you want to share with your learners or something you want to refine?
Share what you’ve come up with in the comments section below.