Hi. I'm Joel Mwakasege. I edit be-yourself. A community of 128,432 most amazing people you will ever be apart of in your entire life. Hands down, I have no doubts in saying it. I maintian this community by a personal letter. Do you want to join? Please allow me to guide you.

HEAL - A PERSONAL LETTER. 

It's a personal, short, and clear letter I send every Tuesday.


You want to get a chance to choose to join instantly. In my waiting list of upcoming free medium dry run course. Get your story first 1000 reads & your first 1000 followers. Follow me step by step as I pull back the curtain on the topics, tactics, and strategies that don’t show up in public. You want to receive the community guide. You want to receive the first kick you need. To get on the front page of the community. You want to get a direct, private, and personal email to me. This one is for you.

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The beyourself community guide. In it, you will read the genesis of the be-yourself community. And answers to ten prominent questions.

 

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Archive of letters already sent. With stories that will make your day a little more pleasant. From real people like you.

 

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Are you a writer? Join to instantly, get access to a free writing course. I have been helping writers find their authentic voice. Four hours a day, every day, four years straight. You don't have to make same silly mistakes we all do the first time.

WHY THE LETTER?

Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed with all the great stuff always floating around the web? I do. My goal with this simple letter is to present you by way of email. A manageable selection (3 items) of engaging, practical, and personal stories that make your day a little more pleasant.

LARA PAPPERS
Writer, editor, and translator in Berlin.
www.larapappers.com

I like it that you keep the introduction short and personal. And I like it that you offer three clear links with a short description. In this way, you know what you're going to get without having to read a bunch of information. I don't skip on anything you write and I usually read one of your tips. I would say, keep it personal, clear and short.