Good Writing and Respectful Confrontation
Because I edit writing for a living, a lot of people ask me questions about how to define good writing. I avoid these questions because I’m not interested in judging writing. I’m interested in writing that communicates the writer’s intent. I’m interested in communication.
Joe Weston is interested in communication too. A fine communicator, actor, writer, inspirational speaker, teacher, lecturer, facilitator, trainer, coach, consultant, and author, Joe leads amazing communication workshops focused on Personal Fulfillment, True Power, Respectful Confrontation, and Lasting Peace. He’s also the founder of Heartwalker Studio.
Joe has explored the connection between communication and intention, especially the way in which human communication can bring real, everlasting peace to earth–a lofty pursuit indeed, one that should interest all writers in all genres.
You can learn some of what Joe knows about communication in his two-and-a-half day program, Respectful Confrontation, next month at Heartwalker Studio in Oakland. I’m going because I want to know how to express myself productively, as a writer, a teacher, a coach, and a friend.
Here are the details:
February 5 -7, 2010: Friday. 7 pm – 10 pm, Saturday & Sunday 9:30 am – 6 pm
$295 Sign up now!
And when his book comes out, we can say we knew him when . . .