Never Say Impossible Radio interviews Vicki M Taylor


Writing words that heal

Vicki M. Taylor


Creative writing is a very productive way to spend your time.  Vicki M. Taylor is an expert on the topic. I am very pleased to have the opportunity to interview Ms. Taylor on NSI Radio. Vicki  is the founder of  She has developed several great programs to help you unleash the writer in you.

Any kind of creativity has the ability to heal both the mind and the body. I’ve always believed that expressing yourself using written language is one of the most effective ways of building your own self-esteem and a great way to entertain yourself. I’m not suggesting that we don’t need social interaction with other people who share like-minded ideas, but the most dependable company is always your interaction with your own thoughts. You are constantly there for yourself. Friends come and go.

When I was very young, I used visual creativity as my main form of entertainment. I loved to create art. As I matured and went to college, I discovered the wonderful world of writing and painting pictures with words. However, it wasn’t until I decided to take writing seriously that I realized the physical benefits as well. I am definitely a type A personality. Later in my life I began to take adult education classes focused on writing. I discovered that I began looking forward to writing because I felt better when I did. I can honestly say that it didn’t matter what I wrote about, or whether it was good or not so good, the benefits certainly outweighed the occasional disaster.

  • Here are just a few of the benefits:
  • Did you know that when you express yourself through words, you can lower your heart rate as well as your blood pressure?
  • You will also be more relaxed mentally, which will naturally regulate your breathing.
  • As I mentioned before, You will definitely improve your self-esteem .

Unless you have been living in the wilderness somewhere, most of us are under a great deal of stress due to the advancements in technology. Social media messages, as well as doom and gloom political warnings come at us from every conceivable source. Someone is always trying to sell us something. It’s so loud sometimes you can’t hear your own thinking.

Why not escape and heal your mind for a little while? One of the best ways to control all the noise is to find a quiet place, preferably in the outdoors or hopefully in an area with a window facing nature. Then just simply write about whatever you wish. It’s a good way to breathe new life into your spirit.

Don’t worry about grammar or spelling, there are editing programs to help you with that.  If you create a master piece, hire an expert to clean up any errors.

It’s worth the try. So many of say that we have a book we want to write or a story that we need to tell. There is only one way to get over the apprehension. Sit down and start.

Today, Vicki Taylor will share some of the ways to” simply get started”.

Click here to listen to Vicki: Non-Flash MP3 Direct Link  

About Vicki:

Vicki M. Taylor is an expressive writing therapy coach, speaker, author, blogger, and writing craft coach. She is a business owner who finds it rewarding to help others find ways to heal past life challenges.

Ms. Taylor spent fifteen years in the corporate world writing computer user manuals and training others to use computer systems. She left after a life-threatening illness that put her on six-months bed rest and gave her the courage to make a change of her life, write fiction, and begin the path to helping others.

Helping others is sometimes a thankless job. But, Vicki realizes the easier it is to be a servant of God, the easier it is to help other people. Vicki supports people recovering from, or living through a range of tough personal challenges with self-guided workshops. She developed this way to help others let go of past traumas and live more joyful lives.

Vicki is a sort after speaker on the craft of writing. Speaking to writing groups and writing conferences are her favorite way to help writers become the best they can be.

She is the author of 12 novels and novellas ranging from mystery to romantic suspense to women’s inspirational drama. For information about the self-guided workshops, free resources and to learn more, please visit

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