Monday Morning Jumpstart:
Rules & Baggage

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What rules do you live by? What baggage do you carry with you?

In today’s Monday Morning Jumpstart, Director of Training, Jade Trueblood, and special guest, Terri Trespicio, talk about rules and baggage.

They dig into how rules, while helpful in certain scenarios, may also be what hold us back from our dreams. Terri talks about baggage and how you need to make sure it doesn’t continue to define what you can do, but is just a part of your story.

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Not making the progress you want in your writer’s life? You may be stuck behind one of five common-yet-hidden writers’ blocks.

The good news is that you don’t have to let these blocks hold you back for long. Join AWAI and special guest Terri Trespicio on Monday, August 14, at noon ET for a FREE interactive session designed to help you bust through your blocks, grain clarity, and start reaching your writing and financial goals at last.

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Published: July 24, 2023

2 Responses to “Monday Morning Jumpstart: Rules & Baggage ”

  1. Subroto, Heard a lively conversation between JT and TT. Don't think the airlines people will be pleased about the discussions on "baggage rules"! I think it is the mindset, which forms during childhood, which creates the baggage that was discussed.Some take bold decisions unmindful about consequence, while others are cautious in their approach.

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  2. Great Jumpstart. Can't wait to hear Terri Trespicio at Bootcamp in October!


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