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Maggie Oh Maggie…

When I first moved to the desert three years ago, one of the first articles I read in the newspaper was from Maggie Downs.  I immediately loved her writing.  Reading one of her articles is like sitting down with an old friend.  One of my goals was to get an article in the paper about me written by Maggie herself!  A year ago February I had the opportunity to sit with Maggie and get interviewed by her at Koffi in Palm Springs.  I immediately liked her energy and what is not to like about Maggie!  She wrote a great article about me and my business almost a year and a half ago and believe it or not, people are still coming to me because of her article!  For those of you who are reading my blog and you are not familiar with who Maggie is, let me encourage you to go check out www.girlventures.net and check out her amazing around the globe trip.  I can hardly wait until her book comes out!  Thanks again Maggie for being you and for sharing your view of the world with all of your adoring fans!

Today in your writing think about your goals.  These could be personal goals or business goals.  One of the greatest gifts we can give ourselves is the gift of writing out our dreams and visions.  What do you want to be doing a year from now?  If you have been in my workshops and have been working on your memoir, set some writing goals for yourself.  Visualize, Write and Empower yourself today!

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"Because of Tammy I have found confidence in my writing and feel blessed to be honored in such a way. I have found my voice. I have found freedom! I recommend anyone for whatever reason to expand their life and sign up for her writing workshops or classes. You'll be amazed at how good you are and how everyone has a story worth telling. Sign up and set your voice free!"
Wendy Price, Palm Desert, CA

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Tammy L. Coia is an AWA Affiliate, certified to lead workshops in the AWA method as described in Writing Alone & With Others by Pat Schneider, Oxford University Press.


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