Donor Spotlight: Meet Roy Brown

Roy Brown is a barber over at Masters of Barbering & Styles located at 7103 Colonel Glenn Road in Little Rock, Arkansas. Recently, Roy made a contribution to our 2018 Summer of Hope Book Tour. I shared with him that while working with teens, one thing I’ve learned is that no matter their differences, they all … Continue reading Donor Spotlight: Meet Roy Brown

10 Reasons Why We Will Never Franchise Our Programs Part 2

In Part 1 of this two-part series, we talked about how many small businesses and entrepreneurs create business expansion through franchising their product or service allowing others to bear the cost of their business expansion. In Part 1, we focused on key reasons that we would never franchise our Writing for the Soul Workshop™ programs. … Continue reading 10 Reasons Why We Will Never Franchise Our Programs Part 2

10 Reasons Why We Will Never Franchise Our Programs Part 1

  Almost every small business reaches a point where they search for ways to quickly grow their brands and business. As a business owner, you feel like you have a great business model, and want to expand that model quickly to help reach more customers, so you might evaluate the option of offering your business … Continue reading 10 Reasons Why We Will Never Franchise Our Programs Part 1

Justice Reinvented: Impacting Juvenile Offenders

Most of us have been there.  Chances are that at some point in your life, you have received some type of government citation that required you to pay a fine.  Maybe it was a parking ticket, or some other traffic violation. As adults, we have resources that allow us to pay those fines.  We can … Continue reading Justice Reinvented: Impacting Juvenile Offenders

Is Your Organization Focused on the Right Measurements? Five Key Questions for Leaders Today

These five questions were Eric's concern while developing Writing for the Soul Workshop™, especially since our program evokes powerful emotions when its participants engage. Our core goal is using writing as therapy to help participants safely get what is on the inside... out.

D’Vyne Allen: The Right Thing To Do

"One day I was at school. I was playing with my friend. There was a girl who bullied me. She pushed me. My friend had my back. She helped me. The next day, we was outside playing. The girl who bullied me pushed my friend. I helped my friend up, and we went to tell … Continue reading D’Vyne Allen: The Right Thing To Do

TGIM & Texas ReEntry: Justice Reinvestment for a Better Tomorrow

TGIM and Texas ReEntry Services, INC have partnered together to implement Writing for the Soul Workshop™ as a realistic criminal justice  strategy that safely reduces the State's costly reliance on incarceration– creating stronger families, less taxpayer waste, and safer communities. TGIM developed Writing for the Soul Workshop™ as a resource in direct response to the growing … Continue reading TGIM & Texas ReEntry: Justice Reinvestment for a Better Tomorrow

10 Reasons Why We Will Never Franchise Our Programs Part 2

Last week in Part 1 of this two part series, we talked about how many small businesses and entrepreneurs create business expansion through franchising their product or service allowing others to bear the cost of their business expansion. In Part 1, we focused on key reasons that we would never franchise our Writing for the … Continue reading 10 Reasons Why We Will Never Franchise Our Programs Part 2

How do you engage participants in your youth program?

There are amazing stories of how youth programs have impacted the lives of both youth, and those that serve them. There are thousands of organizations and programs like Writing for the Soul Workshop™  dedicated to help improve the lives of our youth.  Yet, youth today feel alienated.  If you search blogs or twitter for youth programs, … Continue reading How do you engage participants in your youth program?

Writing Contest: The #WriteForKenya Project

TGIM Digital Publishing along with GPO Kenya are pleased to extend an invitation to youth ages 6-16 currently residing in Kenya, to join The #WriteForKenya Project. We are accepting personal essays, memoirs, and works of literary non-fiction on the topic: "If you only knew what I've been through". This includes experiences of disappointments, detours, false starts, and failures that all worked … Continue reading Writing Contest: The #WriteForKenya Project