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About 7 years ago, I sat in a hotel ballroom near Times Square with my jaw nearly on the floor.

The lights were dim. On stage, a woman was lying naked on a massage table while a small camera projected the image of her hoo-ha on a jumbo screen to a standing-room only crowd of nearly 300 people.

“So, what we’re seeing now is the vulva. And along here, these are the vaginal lips…”

For the next 15 minutes, the audience (comprised of roughly 75% women and 25% men) sat in complete silence with laser-like focus as my powerhouse friend Regena Thomashauer, delivered an exquisitely profound and enlightening real-life lady-parts tour.

It was nerve-wracking and, ultimately, awe-inspiring.

When the tour was over, the woman on the table was thanked and gently wrapped in a robe. The crowd erupted into a highly emotional standing ovation.

It was perhaps, one of the first and only times in my adult life that I witnessed such a deft and intelligent group excursion into what’s (insanely) a taboo topic: anatomy and sexuality.

The best part?

Every man in the room was on his feet, wiping away tears and applauding with the fiercest sense of honor, respect and reverence for women that I’ve ever seen.

As an advocate for girls and women’s rights world-wide, I could not have been more moved.

This segment was just one part of a deep and thorough curriculum delivered by Regena Thomashauer (a.k.a. Mama Gena) through her wildly successful business, The School of Womanly Arts.

In today’s episode, you’ll learn exactly how Regena took her once out-there dream, a multitude of talents, and a deep desire to make a difference and found a way to turn them into the brave and transformative work she’s known for today.

I think you’ll find her approach to giving birth to your dreams to be wonderfully refreshing. Especially in our hyper driven, no-pain-no-gain culture of overwork.

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Do you ever feel invisible sometimes? Like your opinion doesn’t matter or what you have to say goes largely ignored?

If your head is nodding yes, I think you’ll really appreciate today’s episode of MarieTV. And honestly…

Even if you feel pretty darn good about your communication skills, there’s always a next level. I mean, I communicate for a living and I’m always catching little habits and patterns to change.

In today’s show, learn five reasons why you and your ideas might not be taken seriously and easy fixes that’ll make a lasting difference.

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I can’t help it.

I’m obsessed with finding methods that help me get more done, in less time and with less stress.

Partly, because my brain just doesn’t quit. It’s like a 4-year old who just ate 3 brownies.

There are soooo many things I want to create, see, learn, read, watch, and experience — that if I don’t give myself daily support and structure, I’d spontaneously combust.

The other reason is my ever-changing schedule. Between travel, shooting and the constant ebb and flow of life — there’s no “typical” day.

And, let’s be honest. As much as my inner good-girl dreams of having a set, uber-productive schedule (Snoozing by 11pm, meditating by 7am Marie!)…

My inner real-girl needs her chance to dance in the sunshine too. “Wait — what time is it. 1am? Of course we can watch another episode of Orange is The New Black!”

On today’s MarieTV, learn one of my most simple productivity habits for making sure I get the right things done everyday — no matter how wacky my schedule is.

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Riddle me this.

What if you could sit down with your coffee and pour out words that spark an aha, a revolution, or thousands and thousands of clicks to your “buy” button?

Guess what: you can.

Those words — the words in your blog posts, your emails, your sales pages, your headlines, your business tweets, and all over your website — those are called copywriting. Or, “copy.”

They’re the words that sell.

And if you’ve been having trouble writing them so they sound like you and make people want what you have…

A few key changes to how you think about copy will change your business forever.

Good copy gives you the power to make more (impact, money, etc.) from doing what you love. It makes you stand out from competitors, and makes your message resonate with buyers. And it gives you more confidence to share what you’ve got with the people who need it.

And, I’m here to help.

The Copy Cure is brand new program that’s been in the works for years. I’ve developed it with one of the funniest and talented writers I know, Laura Belgray. It’s a self-study program that you can take at your own pace and it’s jam packed with practical tools to help you find your voice, sell with heart and write amazing, original copy — that actually sounds like you.

And, to celebrate its release, we’re holding one of our now legendary scholarship contests. If you’re familiar with my work, you know that I believe that talent is universal, opportunity is not.

That means that we make sure that everyone has the opportunity to learn and benefit from what we create, regardless of economics.

So yep, here’s a chance to join us for free. Check out the details below, and get to it. (Fast, because the deadline is THIS WEEK :).

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The Scholarship Prize

A free seat in The Copy Cure digital program.

Here’s How To Win

Follow the directions and post a comment below. And, make sure your response is 500 words or less.

  1. Watch our free writing class, 3 Secrets To Copy That Connects and Converts, which you can access here.
  2. Which one of the 3 secrets do you struggle with the most, and why?
  3. If The Copy Cure landed in your lap, how would stronger writing help you, your business, your family and community? What tangible, specific difference would this make to you and those around you?
  4. What else do you want us to know about you? [interpret that however you want!]

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Ever have an opportunity to talk about what you do and either say nothing, or fumble it?

(My hand’s raised.)

That’s because most of us aren’t super great at self-promotion. Selling ourselves can feel awkward, braggartly and just plain wrong.

But if you want your career to thrive and you want your work to make a positive impact — you’ve got to learn how to do it.

That’s why I’m excited for you to watch today’s episode of MarieTV.  Because who you are matters. You’re on the planet for reason and your work has value.  

It’s time for all of us to untangle this feeling of shame and self-consciousness from the act of expressing our gifts, and offering our services to the world.

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