Some create to live, like me. It’s a means to an end, to teach and earn.
Others live to create, like Hope. It’s an end itself, to grow and discover.
Whatever it may be for you, this journey will celebrate the artist who dwells within.
With the world now in upheaval, each of us has been presented with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to unravel the mysteries of our soul, discover our power, and tap into the latent creativity we’re all born with.
Let me and Hope share our journeys, and the precious gifts we’ve uncovered, that also await you.
Whether the profit you wish to receive from writing is material, ethereal, or both, we’ve been there and can help.
Weekly conversations about writing, creativity, and living a life of expression.
One writing prompt each day for 21 days.
New exercises each week to help spark creative exploration.
A beautiful workbook with space to complete each prompt.
Encouragement and support from other writers.
One of the greatest gifts for a writer (or an artist of any kind) is connecting with others who share the same love of creativity, exploration, and growth. There will be opportunities to connect with fellow writers in our private Facebook group, in the comments on your dashboard, and in the CHAT during each LIVE workshop.
You can access the writing prompts, LIVE workshop recordings, and workbook anytime, using your smartphone, tablet or computer.
Mike Dooley is a multiple New York Times best-selling author who has presented in 156 cities across 42 countries, speaking on life, dreams and happiness. His free Notes from the Universe inspirational emails are sent to over 900,000 people in 182 countries, and don Miguel Ruiz called him “a great messenger of truth; a gift for humanity.”
Mike is the author of 17 books, including Playing the Matrix, Life on Earth, Infinite Possibilities, Leveraging the Universe, and Manifesting Change. He contributed to the groundbreaking film, The Secret, and has been featured in media outlets such as The New York Times, Forbes, Style Magazine, Psychology Today, Buzzfeed, Seventeen, Teen Vogue, and Yoga Digest.
Hope Koppelman has devoted her life to writing as a spiritual practice. Her book, The Gifts of Writing, is set to release in the fall of 2020, and it contains hundreds of her most evocative insights on writing, life, and spirituality. For 15 years, Hope has been leading the creative initiative at TUT, serving as Creative Director and Editor. She co-created the Love Your Life 30-DAY Project and the 21-DAY Visualization Project, which over 125,000 people have participated in, as well as created the TUT blog, which features over 600 articles from contributing writers.
Hope is also a black belt in Tae Kwon Do, a Certified Yoga Instructor, and a life-long student of the Universe, learning to deepen and evolve her awareness of love every day. She spends her time between the mountains in North Carolina, the ocean in Florida, and Mexico.
21 writing prompts
Weekly writing exercises
4 LIVE workshops with Mike and Hope
A beautiful downloadable workbook
A supportive writing community
No prior writing experience is necessary. This journey is for beginners and seasoned writers alike.
If you don’t use Facebook, don’t worry. You won’t miss out! There will be opportunities to connect with fellow writers not only in the Facebook group, but also in the comments on your dashboard and in the CHAT during each LIVE workshop.
As little or as much time as you want to put into it. Some people can complete each writing prompt in 10-minutes, others may want to spend an hour. Some days may be different than others. If you can devote a few minutes each day (or even a few times a week) to the practice, you’ll benefit from it.
Of course. If you find it’s not for you, we’ll be happy to issue you a full refund.
"One of the few things I know about writing is this: Spend it all, shoot it, play it, lose it, all, right away, every time. Do not hoard what seems good for a later place in the book, or for another book, give it, give it all, give it now.”
"Sometimes when I think how good my book can be, I can hardly breathe.”
"This is precisely the time when artists go to work. There is no time for despair, no place for self-pity, no need for silence, no room for fear. We speak, we write, we do language. That is how civilizations heal.”