How Writing Changes Us

I have been writing for several years, and I even have three books published. Writing has changed me for the better. Here’s How.

  • Writing helps me process thoughts and emotions
  • Writing brings calm in times of chaos
  • Writing connects me to people I would not normally know
  • Writing helps me inspire and encourage others
  • Writing makes me an “expert” in the fields I cover
  • Writing helps me spiritually in my walk with God
  • Writing forces me out of my comfort zone
  • Writing helps me communicate better
  • Writing gives me an outlet for stress
  • Writing inspires and encourage others
  • Writing provides opportunities I would normally not have
  • Writing helps me remember and develop what I have learned
  • Writing keeps my brain active

Two of my books have literally taken me on the other side of the world.

  • Two of my books are translated into Russian
  • I have been to Eastern Europe numerous times, distributing my books through lectures, conferences, etc.
  • I now have life-long friends in Eastern Europe

You don’t have to have write books, or even go to Eastern Europe, for writing to make your life better.

  • Write in a journal to help find clarity in the noise of life
  • Write about your passions on social media or a blog
  • Write a newsletter to e-mail to friends and family
  • Write a card of encouragement to someone
  • Write a love letter to your significant other
  • Write poetry to connect with your feelings

Just write something. It will change you for the better, and it could change others for the better, too!

Psalm 45:1, “My heart is stirred by a noble theme as I recite my verses for the king; my tongue is the pen of a skillful writer.”


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