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Nina Amir, Your Inspiration-to-Creation Coach, inspires people to create the results they desire. When working with writers, she inspires them to create publishable and published products and careers as writers and authors. She inspires non-writers to create fully-lived lives; their cherished dreams, desires and goals; and meaning-full and spirit-full rituals and practices. In all cases, she challenges them to find and fulfill their purpose.
Nina is a seasoned journalist, editor, writing and author coach; maggid (Jewish inspirational speaker); Kabbalistic conscious creation coach; and the regular holiday and spirituality expert on Conversations with Mrs. Claus, a weekly podcast heard in more than 90 countries and downloaded by 130,000 listeners per month. She holds a BA in magazine journalism from Syracuse University’s S.I Newhouse School of Public Communication with a concentration in psychology, is a certified life coach, a certified rebirther, and is trained as a Tarot reader and as a Voice Dialogue facilitator.
Through her writing and speaking, Nina offers human potential, personal growth, self-improvement, and practical spiritual tools. Although she often speaks and writes from a Jewish perspective, her work spans religious lines and is pertinent to people of all faiths and spiritual traditions. She also is a popular writer, blogger and speaker on topics related to publishing and writing.In all she does, Nina focuses on helping people live their lives fully and manifest their desires -- whether those desires look like written products or something entirely different.
Nina sees herself as an "Everywoman" whose struggles and successes are not unlike anyone else’s. Therefore, she writes, speaks and teaches from a place of knowing that what has worked for her will at least provide others with a starting place from which to find what works best for them.
She lives in the Santa Cruz Mountains above Los Gatos, CA, with her husband and two children.
on Dec. 26, 2011 :
This book doesn't tell you how to choose a dance camp. It informs you how to prepare for ABT's program and what to expect. I was looking for a book on how to find an intensive program for my daughter and so wasn;t satisfied.
(reviewed the day of purchase)