Creativity Coaching


Does this sound like you?

You say “I don’t have a creative bone in my body”.

You think creativity is reserved for artists and writers.

You believe whatever you create has to be perfect.

You “suck” at whatever creative thing you’ve tried.

You’re too old to suddenly start doing something “creative”.

You secretly want to be creative, even with all of the above, but don’t know where to start.

You’re in the right place.

And you’re more creative than you know.

Creativity is defined as:

  • the state or quality of being creative.
  • the ability to transcend traditional ideas, rules, patterns, relationships, or the like, and to create meaningful new ideas, forms, methods, interpretations, etc.; originality, progressiveness, or imagination: [which includes] the need for creativity in modern industry.
  • the process by which one utilizes creative ability.

Creativity is your greatest gift.  You’ve just had it programmed out of you.

Here’s what I know about you…

As a child, you created all the time and didn’t care if it was good.  The act of creating was enough and your creations were beautiful to you.  There was a freedom in those childhood creations.

A freedom you’re missing now.

Your journey to adulthood suppressed that creative freedom.  You feel like the fire of ideas when out and you’ll never get them back.

But what if you could?

The fire of creative freedom remains alive in you, regardless of age.  To get yours to grow bright again, you just need someone to believe in you.

And I already do.

If the words “creativity” or “creative practice” wig you out, let me clarify something:

Creativity doesn’t only include the things classified as fine art or popular writing or theatrical production.

Being creative includes whatever you want it to include, which means building spreadsheets, planting gardens, forming and leading groups, hosting events, running non-profits, brainstorming, writing policy and procedures, making pottery, or any number of other things, are all forms of creative expression.

Learning to see these types of things as creative and embracing them as something you enjoy doing regularly is where I can help.

Development of a creative practice isn’t just about reconnecting to the imaginative, intuitive, playful part of yourself.  It can also help you find a new career, grow your business, improve your relationship, or help you bring about whatever change you’re seeking.

Aren’t you tired of feeling like something’s missing?  Isn’t it time you got your freedom back?

Learn more about how we can get creative together.