Fellow Traveler on a Transformative Journey

Keswin Academy Fellow Traveler

Welcome fellow traveler, your authorship journey.  Furthermore, it’s also a transformative journey of self-discovery. 

As such, our role is to provide you with robust tools and resources tested and used by our team.

“I’m not a teacher: only a fellow traveler of whom you asked the way. 
I pointed ahead – ahead of myself as well as you.”
—George Bernard Shaw

In other words, we have gone ahead of you on this authorship journey.  And on our return, we’ve not only brought back the treasure found, but we’re also sharing it with you.

Therefore, we feel very privileged to share in your quest to release the trapped content and books inside of you. 

So, we invite you, fellow traveler, to invest some time in reading our blog, to learn more about us, and how we may assist you.

As a Fellow Traveler, Let Us Guide You

Firstly, we are here to guide you on your non-fiction content and book writing quest.  So, we will help you identify your unique and valuable talents and attributes. 

Then, we provide you with the robust tools and resources that have proven to be effective for us.  As a result, we believe that they may be effective for you too.

Most importantly, we have built KESWiN Academy on the premise of our members going on the archetypal Hero’s Journey. 

In other words, you are on a quest to discover and release your trapped books.  Consequently, you may have to overcome some obstacles and blocks along the way.  As well as fight monsters and villains in order to reach your goal.

Be the Hero on Your Authorship Journey

In short, the archetypal Hero’s Journey has been told throughout time. 

For instance, think about the mythologies, religions, stories, movies, etc. that you’ve read, seen, or heard. 

Most of these have a Hero who is called to an adventure. 

Once they answer the call, they step across a threshold into a special world, where they meet allies and enemies. 

Next, they travel a dangerous path, seeking treasure. 

On the way, they must overcome trials and tests. 

Furthermore, they have to fight a demon, monster or dragon, and either tame, outwit, or kill them. 

Next, they are rewarded with the treasure they have been searching for. 

Finally, they return home and share that treasure with their community.

In other words, as a non-fiction author, you are writing about yourself as the hero in your life story. 

Therefore, to help you, fellow traveler, with writing your story, I recommend that you read more about The Hero’s Journey in Joseph Campbell or Christopher Vogler‘s books.

Lastly, if you want to find out more about How to be a Hero of Your Life Story click here.

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