What a creative coach can help you with?

I’ve been thinking about how the rise of the internet has given us all the opportunity to connect, share and create new ways of being in the world. In the last decade, a whole bunch of new jobs has come to the surface, jobs that we have made for ourselves. The Internet has given us

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Finding Your Version of Success

I believe we all have different versions of what we perceive to be successful. We all have different perceptions of what success looks and feels like for us. Our version of success helps us understand what we want from our creative work and lives. I have been thinking a lot about my version of success

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A Letter to Multi Passionate Creatives

Last week I had an intimate conversation in my DM over on Instagram about being a multi-passionate which lead me to think, write this letter and share it as a permission slip for all such creatives out there who are lead to believe that they just need to be one thing to succeed as creatives

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Living Your Truth Out Loud

One of the things that I value and hold dear is ‘living my truth out loud’ and I have been thinking about what does living the truth out loud means to me. What does living one’s truth out loud means anyway? Truth doesn’t have to be a big ass scary thing. It could be little

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Struggles of a Multi-Passionate Creative

I resonate with the idea of being passionate about multiple things at the same time and I’d rather known for my enthusiasm and curiosity and dedication and commitment to figure things out, learn new things and make it all work instead of attaching a single title with my name. It sounds crazy when I say

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My Word for 2019 is ‘Courage’

A new year and making resolutions for the new year feel like a fresh start to something, something great that you want to work towards. If I’d be completely honest making resolutions for the new year has never worked for me. Almost until the end of January or the very beginning of February, I tend to forget

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