What is AOYL?

Author of Your Life (AOYL) is free-style journaling at its liberating best, offering you the essential tools for exploring the inner core of who you are, what you want, and what it is that you are all about. Finding and unlocking your core elements of strength, your “Truth” and at this point of your life the decision-making tools for finding your own personal direction in next steps.

AOYL is designed to serve as a “letting go” journaling space for you, where you can freely journal your innermost thoughts, feelings, fears, guilt and such. But you don’t have to set out on this exciting journey alone, AOYL allows you to participate in collaborative groups where you can work and share your experiences with other people. AOYL also helps you enhance your writing by offering you writing exercises and tools to practise with.

We encourage you to create an Author of Your Life writers group in conjunction with your church or among groups of friends. AOYL groups are currently meeting in several cities across the globe, and benefiting the quality of life among members.

The Author of Your Life workbook, Author of Your Life, A Living Novel, will be available online as well in print workbook.

For any questions or comments about the program, please send me an email at info@authorofyourlife.com

Resources

Write Your Memoir Using This 6-Step Guide

Every one has a story to tell, experiences and memories to share. Even the life that seems most simple on the outside can be extraordinary from the perspective of the one living it. You don’t need dramatic or poignant events to make your life memoir interesting. As long as you have a unique outlook towards your life, you can articulate…

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DIY Writing Exercises

Why Get Up Early and What To Do With the First 90 Minutes of the Morning?

Ask most successful people about their daily routine, and the common denominator that you’ll find in all their answers is that their day starts with an elaborate and uniquely crafted morning ritual. Successful people wake up early and devote at least the first 90 minutes of their morning time entirely to themselves. Contemplation, meditation, exercising, or journaling, they do whatever…

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