Hey there, groovers. I’m Lynda Cahill. I’m a content creator who is obsessed with business design, self-education, and my journal.
If you want to feel inspired and excited (incited) about your learning, life, and business, then I’m your girl (well, I’m your short, chubby, middle-aged chick).
Incited Media is the process I developed to turn your journal into a place to brainstorm, plan, and document your learning, life, and business.
My journals are my vision board, business plan, and time capsule all rolled into one! I call them my “incited media” journals because they make me feel inspired and excited (incited). They are my number one tool I use in my work as a content creator, for my self-education, and also for capturing all of life’s adventures. Find out more about my incited media journal process here.
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I stand proudly at well under five feet tall, with an arse the size of a planet. I take every opportunity I can to reach high (metaphorically speaking, of course, because I can’t even reach the friggin’ potato chips stash on the top shelf of my pantry). My bliss is hanging with my hubby and our daughter at our home in the country, or camping with them at the beach. Thankfully, they are both tall enough to reach the potato chips stash.
Wherever I am, you’ll find me with a journal or paper, and a stack of pens, while sipping a glass of cold water (or red wine). I won’t be wearing shoes. I’ll probably be listening to a podcast, or reading a book, while furiously researching, doodling and brainstorming ideas for my business. It’s what I love to do so I do it A LOT.
Over To You…
Whether you want to use your journal for learning, life, or business, grab my free “Learning to be me” questionnaire. Print it out to brainstorm and scribble all over, or use the questions as journal prompts. Look for themes in your answers to find things that inspire and excite you. For those of you who want to use your journal to design a business, like I have done, I’ve included 59 niche ideas to help you get started.
Let’s do this!
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