For the seventh day of Wordcraftmas, Michael Michel shares brief exploration of mindsets that form our practices around the things we love, which then inform the results we produce. We hope it inspires you!

About Michael Michel: Michael helps people go for what they’re passionate about. He has worked with clients across America to cultivate creativity, passion, and dedication so they can make the impact they’re here to make. Besides being a published author of short fiction and a table tennis enthusiast, Michael has an MA in school counseling, a teaching certification in Neurolinguistic Programming, and is a certified coach through the Academy for Coaching Excellence. Through workshops, and free presentations to local youth, he has delivered strategies for success to hundreds. In this journey of service, he has come to see with staggering clarity a singular truth: everyone wants to show up for what they love in a way they love, and they want it to benefit the people they love. Michael supports anyone he coaches to do just that. Join him in changing the world, one dream at a time. Visit him online at to learn more about his creative coaching services. 
Writers interested in coaching specifically for creative wordists should check out his The Write Stuff group here.

Did you love this talk? Join Michael Michel and Wordcrafters in Eugene for Motivation Mastery: Moving Beyond Internal Stopping Points starting January 31.
The most important story you will ever write is about YOU and what you bring to the work you love. Through a blend of live group coaching, training, and exercises, you will leave this course equipped with the skills necessary to write the next chapter of your life’s narrative.
Click here fore more information and to register. 

Michael Michel has generously donated admission into the Live Your Kickass Vision Workshop Series during the month of January to our silent auction. This packages includes four 1-hour video conference sessions.
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