Making choices (either conscious or unconscious) that work against our goals and dreams is a form of self-sabotage.
The term “scripts” was coined by psychologist Eric Berne to describe our unconscious internal forces.
Scripts are composed of two parts. Closest to the surface of our consciousness reside thought patterns, emotional patterns, and behavior patterns. Deeper in our unconscious lies the second part of our scripts, our core
Which of the following is LEAST likely to explain how we wrote our life scripts?
Scripts are always self-sabotaging and need to be changed.
At each fork in the road, the key to your success is being aware of which choice leads to the future you want.
According to this week’s presentation, Habbakuk 2:2 contains which applications for writing:
As you write your first draft, be sure to use correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
Which of the following is NOT good drafting advice?
This week’s resource folder contains a link to an OWC webinar which addresses all aspects of the OWC resources, including the OWC writing aids, widget, draft review service, Skype appointments, and live chat feature.