About a month ago on Facebook, I asked the following question, “If I were to interview avid journalers, what questions would you want me to ask? What would help inspire you to either journal or do more journaling?” There were some great responses and I’m excited to announce that we are doing our first interview.
I hope these interviews inspire you to explore the world of journaling if you aren’t already journaling or if you already journal you will find some new tips, techniques or inspirations.
For our first interview, I will be speaking with Kathy Butryn. Kathy participated in a contest I ran a few months ago where she won one of our Sheic Journals. She wrote me the most amazing note thanking me and sharing how she was using her journal, which you can read all about it here. We formed a fast friendship and I learned what an avid journaler she is. I wanted to know more so when it came time to do the interviews, she was the first person I called upon.
Here are the details for the first interview:
Date: August 19, 2014
Time: 1pm ET (12pm CT, 11am MT, 10am PT)
Even if you can’t attend the call, we will be recording it so register below so you can receive the recording. Also, we will give you an opportunity to ask your own question to either Kathy or myself.
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Learn more about our guest:
As a speaker, trainer, writer and life coach professional, and drawing from her years of experience creating and delivering leadership learning experiences in Canada and the USA for a global corporation, Kathy assesses the needs of ministry leaders and teams, then creates and facilitates customized and practical training experiences in areas such as leadership, soul care, building an intentional life, personal spiritual growth, time management, communication, change management and building a team.
When she isn’t traveling and speaking, you will find Kathy at home where she loves to nest (aka rearrange furniture!) read, write, journal, or share a cup of tea with a friend.
Kathy and her husband Alan live in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where together they enjoy their grown kids coming home for their traditional Monday Night Family Night dinner, spending time with their grandkids, and serving together at Bridletowne Park Church where Alan is the Senior Pastor.