The Power of Writing It Down with Allison Fallon
Can good things come to those who write? Today’s guest Allison Fallon knows that most people think of writing as a chore, but she considers it self-care. And, after this interview, I agree!
Writing has power. Writing helps us find our voice and pay attention to our lives. Writing can help us to get us unstuck in many areas of our lives.
Writing down your story is one of the most powerful tools you have at your disposal to see your life with clarity and become the most empowered version of you. You have something totally unique and immensely valuable to offer the world—and writing can help you unlock it. In this episode, Allison and I unpack all that writing can offer you! I know you’re going to be inspired to pick up your pen after listening to this episode!
Who is Allison Fallon?
Allison Fallon is an award-winning author, sought-after public speaker, and nationally recognized writing coach. She has worked with thousands of people to realize their writing potential and become published authors.
You can order The Power of Writing it Down HERE.
About the Book:
Discover the power of (finally) getting unstuck, claiming your clarity, and becoming the person whose life you want to live—all through a simple self-care practice you can build into your daily routine.
For anyone who’s trying to make sense of their life, who wants to get unstuck from the patterns that hold them back, hear this incredible news: everything you need for the freedom you want is entirely within reach. This practice and pathway are free, it’s readily available every day of your life, it takes just minutes of your time, and anyone can do it.
Author, writing coach, and speaker Allison Fallon’s life transformed when she discovered the power of a daily writing practice. As it turns out, using your words is one of the most powerful means you have for unlocking your life. The Power of Writing It Down is your guide to this transformative tool available to us all. In as little as five to twenty minutes a day, scientific research shows this daily practice can help you:
- Identify your ruts and create new neurological grooves toward better habits
- Find fresh motivation and take ownership of your life
- Heal from past pain and trauma
- Relieve anxiety and depression
- Contextualize life’s setbacks and minor frustrations
- Live a more confident, balanced, and healthy life
- …and so much more
Drawing from years of coaching hundreds through the writing process—from first-timers to New York Times bestselling authors—Allison shares tried and tested practices for getting started, staying inspired, and using this simple habit to shift how you feel and show up to your life. Pen and paper is simply the method, but the reward is the real magic: new depths of self-discovery, creativity, and intentionality for living.
Walk It Out Scripture
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. Psalm 45:1
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Resources, books, and links mentioned in this episode:
- The Power of Writing it Down | Allison Fallon
- Calming Angry Kids | Tricia Goyer
- Grumble Free Year | Tricia Goyer
Connect with Allison Fallon
Website | Instagram | Twitter | Podcast
Connect with Tricia
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Is this a podcast with 2 different people? I started listening to Allison Fallon but when it ended, it was a different person.
Karen L. Koehler says
The interview with Allison Fallon touched my heart and reminded me how important writing is to the healing process. I ordered The Power of Writing It Down before the interview was over. I am thankful that Amazon sends books quickly. My book will arrive on Tuesday. Thank you for this Walk It Out Podcast.
Tricia Goyer says
I hope the book was a blessing to you!