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Write Yourself Into Your Dreams

with the Essential Life Story Method

Teri Wade


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Paperback (5/22/2020)


What if the only thing standing between you and your dreams was your old story?
The premise of this book is that your dreams are not mere fantasy—they’re actually meant to come true. If you find it difficult to realize your dreams, it’s because your unconscious narrative is getting in the way.
To make authentic, lasting changes to the story of your life, you need a tried and true method, with proven results. You need a map with detailed instructions for each step of the journey.
Write Yourself Into Your Dreams will provide you with that map and when you follow its guidance—no matter who you are or what has happened in your past—you can expect your Greatest Dreams to burst to life.

Praise For Write Yourself Into Your Dreams: with the Essential Life Story Method

“An... uplifting call to reclaim your own life story.”
—Kirkus Reviews

“There are incredible riches in this method that are beyond what you can even begin to imagine.”
—Wendy L. Rogers, Ph.D., Psychologist

“I feel 15 years younger and like anything is possible. This method is astounding."
—David Dorn, Actor and Model

“It’s like The Artist’s Way meets The Secret.”
—Jana Kellam, Bestselling Author

“Within two weeks of starting the process (and after not working for three years), I got a call to be in the writers’ room of a popular TV series.”
—Julie L., Writer

What I love about this process is that it doesn’t feel like a chore and it doesn’t take forever.
—Ty Hammond, Executive Coach

Evolving Artist, 9780970880901, 222pp.

Publication Date: March 20, 2020

About the Author

Teri Wade is a Mindset Coach who has been helping creative artists overcome unconscious blocks so they can fulfill their purpose for the last 20 years. Teri has a bachelor’s degree in history from U.C. Berkeley and is a contributing writer for Backstage Magazine.