As the director of a non-profit organization and leader in the world of consciousness-raising, Linda Roebuck is a powerhouse of transformation and inspiration. Yet, the process of writing her book became an unforeseen journey of personal growth and self-love that would enable her to truly step into her power. Listen in to see how Linda overcame feeling like a “fake” to become a best-selling author.
In this episode, Christine and Linda Roebuck discuss:
- Linda’s path to authorship and the personal breakthroughs she experienced by giving herself permission to write her book.
- Advice Linda would offer her younger self, and budding authors, at the start of their writing journey.
- How the process of writing often shifts the final intention of the book.
- Overcoming fear of other people’s opinions in order to stay the course.
“The head wants to know how to get there. The heart knows the way and the soul has always been there.” — Linda Roebuck
About Linda Roebuck: Linda Roebuck is a Visionary Leader, Transformational Author, and Spiritual Mentor. She touches hearts and empowers others to be more than they ever imagined they could be. This is her service. Linda has been serving her holistic community for over twenty-five years. She is the founder of A Community of Transformation (ACT), a non-profit educational organization focused on holistic health that has been active since 2001.
Linda’s new book, Circular Leadership – Together We Rise, weaves a beautiful tapestry of an evolved style of leadership that serves a higher purpose. Co-writers share ways to transform individually and collectively. Unlike linear or hierarchical models, contributions of every member are respected and appreciated. This type of collaborative leadership not only leads to consensual decisions and group accountability but ultimately to spiraling growth for all.
Connect with Linda Roebuck:
A Center for Transformation website: www.ActAnnapolis.org
Connect with Christine Kloser:
Free Book: The Transformation Quadrant
Award-Winning Program: Get Your Book Done
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