How’s your summer going?

 

Next week, I’ll be making the four hour drive to the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia.

 

David, Janet and I will be staying at a lovely resort with a water park, horseback riding, zipline, and a beautiful lavender farm with a labyrinth.

 

Lavender is one of the most calming scents in the world, wouldn’t you agree?

 

I’ll keep this short.

 

Because I’m going off on a much deserved summer break (after the hectic five month build-up to, during and after TAE 2018)…

 

I’d like to give you a break too!

 

From today until I get back from my family vacation on August 19, 2018…

 

I’m treating everyone to a $700 off coupon for my annual 3-day Breakthrough Event this October.  

 

You can get more details of this event and claim your seat here:

 

www.transformationalauthor.com/breakthrough

 

ICYMI (that’s “in case you missed it” according to my 13-year old daughter)…

 

Breakthrough is an author event unlike anything you’ve been to before.

 

There are no guest speakers, no vendor booths, no lecture panels. Nope.

 

Breakthrough is about YOU, the person behind the book.

 

As you know, my philosophy is to work with the author first. The book will come naturally from that.

 

And that’s what Breakthrough is about. Part inspiration, part education, part transformation and part implementation…

 

Basically, it’s your one-step shop to accelerate your success as an author.

 

You’ll network, you’ll reflect, dig deep and experience the breakthroughs that will drive your author journey millions of miles forward.

 

If this sounds too “woo woo” for you… then you definitely need to attend.

 

The practical results we’ve gotten for authors at this event is astounding.

 

Past attendees have gone on to publish their books traditionally, get world-wide media attention, get more speaking invitations, become best-sellers, shift career, and expand coaching and consulting businesses around their book.

 

Get more details of the event and use your “VACA-700” coupon here:

 

www.transformationalauthor.com/breakthrough

 

***Remember to put in “VACA-700” in the promo code field when you register.
This discount is only good until David, Janet and I come home from vacation refreshed and relaxed.
That’s August 19, 2018.

 

So I shared what I’m doing with my family this summer.

 

I can’t believe it’s mid-August already!

 

Tell me about your most favorite memory this summer so far… or what you’re looking forward to in the comments below. 

 

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About the Author:

Since 2004, Christine Kloser has trained nearly 70,000 entrepreneurs, leaders and authors to write their transformational books through her popular programs, Get Your Book Done®, the Transformational Author Experience®, Breakthrough LIVE, and the My Time to Write® mentorship program. She is well recognized as the leader of the transformational author movement, and is gifted at helping her clients feel seen, heard, valued and understood in ways that transform their lives, books and businesses. Her passion is to help people liberate their message - so they can BE who they were born to be, and DO what they are here to do! Many of her clients have gone on to become best-selling authors, sign traditional publishing contracts, speak around the world, and appear in major media including: CNBC, CBS, Time, Business Week, CNN, ABC, New York Times, and TEDx.

5 Comments

  1. Bonnie Lea Townsend August 11, 2018 at 2:09 am - Reply

    Hi Christine; If you want to know a favorite summer vacation, I’ll tell you one I often think about. It happened in 1972 when I, my two sisters, Meredith and Susan, my mom and her mom (grandma) drove from home in Connecticut to Maine to stay in a house for a week. The house in Bridgeton, Maine was called “The House of the Rising Sun” because of a stained glass window it had. My Grandma wanted to drive – I don’t know why, but she drove a convertible car which made the trip extra fun for us girls: We can have the top down! While there in Bridgeton, my Grandma believed in going on little field trips. Now, my Grandma was considered “hip”, a word used at the time, because she loved to dress in blue jeans and jean jackets and loved to wear jewelry made by Indigenous people. While coming back from one of our day trips with the top down, me and Meredith – the middle one (Susan was too young), were allowed to sit above the seat, on the trunk, keeping our feet on the seat. Not much care for seatbelts back then. As we drove along the long road with the wind in our hair, we joked that we felt like we were important people in a parade. So, when it was announced to us that before going back to the house, we’ll go into town first, once we got into town, my sister and waved to the people! People looked, of course, and we didn’t care. We had fun doing it. After the week, it was time to go home, but the trip wasn’t over: Instead of the boring, hot drive on I – 95, my Grandma decided she wanted to go through New Hampshire on Route 302 through the White Mountains. She had heard of a park called Sabbath Day Falls. It was a beautiful place with wooden bridgeways and waterfalls…and the smell of pine!. Meredith and I went swimming in a lower part, as our mom insisted, with our clothes on. We didn’t see a sign saying we couldn’t, so we didn’t think we’d be trouble. But then it sparked ideas for other kids wanting to go in and their parents didn’t want that. For me, this was the best memory for summer I can tell; the only one like it with “just the girls” Grandma, my mother and my sisters and I. — Bonnie Lea Townsend 8/10/2018

    • Christine Kloser August 11, 2018 at 2:45 am - Reply

      What a magnificent story! Thank you for so much for sharing. I could picture you in that convertible as I read about it. How fun!!

  2. Julie Bestry August 11, 2018 at 4:47 am - Reply

    I don’t know that I can beat Bonnie Lea, but my favorite summer memory was the summer of 1984, between my junior and senior years of high school. I was taking Driver’s Ed and Health in summer school so they wouldn’t conflict with AP classes in the fall, and I was just on the precipice what would be a multi-year romance with my high school and college boyfriend. He used to write me letters, which he put in small, square violin string envelopes, and he’d tape them to the undersides of water fountains in the high school for me to search out. Our summer schedules conflicted, so we didn’t see one another often, but we wrote. It was an innocent but exciting time, and magnified my interest in writing, in epistolary writing, and in the magic of waiting to read something meant just for one reader.

    • Christine Kloser August 20, 2018 at 2:44 pm - Reply

      Thank you for sharing your story Julie. Brought back fond memories of the many, many letters my high school sweetheart and I would share over the summers when he was away at his family’s beach house.

  3. Bonnie Lea Townsend August 11, 2018 at 6:21 pm - Reply

    Thanks for giving me a way to share it. ` BLT

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