Tag Archives: Storyline

The difficult pages

“Don’t pull out the difficult pages of your story, let them be part of the story” – Mike Foster I heard Mike say this at the Storyline Conference in 2014. I even quoted it in a blog post I wrote … Continue reading

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90 days later

It’s been 90 days since I went to Storyline in San Diego. About 88 days ago, I wrote a blog post to read today – three months after the conference. I wanted to remind myself of what I felt leaving Storyline, … Continue reading

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The theme of my life is…

I’m working through the Storyline workbook. And because I’m me, I read ahead. At the end of the second module, I see this: The theme of my LIFE? Those are big words! That’s crazy daunting. How do I sum up … Continue reading

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Study thoughtfully but write boldly

This beautiful paragraph has been haunting me for a few weeks now. “Write every day, line by line, page by page, hour by hour. Do this despite fear. For above all else, beyond imagination and skill, what the world asks … Continue reading

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Dear near-future me

Dear 90-days-from-now Lindsay (and other Storyliners), A few months ago, you spent 48 hours being totally encouraged. You left on fire to live a meaningful story. You had the tools to plan a meaningful life. You were surrounded by pure … Continue reading

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Blog posts on a plane

It would’ve been easier to stay home. It would’ve been easier to be in the office today. I would’ve been a bit more well-rested, a bit less hungry, and a lot more comfortable. Instead I’m a couple thousand feet in … Continue reading

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