This is the final installment of the 6 Keys of Creativity. If you missed parts 1 and 2, links are below so you can go back and listen to them. Part 1 Part 2Continue reading
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Podcast: Living Your Creative Life – 6 Keys to Creativity Part 2
Today’s episode is about the next two keys of my 6 Keys to Creativity. If you missed the first part, you can listen to it here.Continue reading
Do You Wish You Were More Creative?
Sometimes you get stuck in a rut. You think you’re not creative. Or you feel “blocked.” You get frustrated and don’t know what to do next. Well…. I can help you with that. In more ways than one. First, I have a few books out that address various aspects of creativity. They’re all linked below […]Continue reading
What a Creativity Coach Does
As I mentioned in previous posts, creativity coaching is a subset of life coaching. But that doesn’t tell you what a coach does or even who they work with. So let’s address the second question first. A creativity coach works with creative people. By my definition, that would mean everybody. Since that isn’t possible, let’s […]Continue reading
What Is a Creativity Coach?
I’ve talked before about creativity coaching, but what is a creativity coach? Creativity coaching is a subset of life coaching that focuses on your creative life. Many times, a creativity coach is certified through the Creativity Coaching Association. A creativity coach can work with pretty much any creative professional, whether artist, writer, actor, etc. The […]Continue reading
Give Yourself the Gift of Creativity
There is something to be said about buying something for yourself from yourself. It’s not selfish (unless absolutely everything is for you). It’s taking care of yourself. If you want to give yourself the gift of creativity, I can help you with that. I have three books, Devoted to Creating: Igniting the Creative Spark in […]Continue reading
Getting My Start in Creativity
I cant tell you exactly how and when I got my start in creativity. Well… That’s not necessarily true. I started when I was a kid, thanks to my mother’s encouragement. What I’m really referring to is when I started studying creativity. At some point, I discovered The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron. Though I […]Continue reading