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Creative Business Coaching Group Starts 10/17

Creative Business Coaching Group Starts 10/17

Creative people often crave community, while their work is often done in isolation. If you’ve been wanting a community of peers to support you and with whom you can share your journey as a Creative businessperson, join us for the Creative Business Coaching Group starting Oct. 17th from 10AM-12PM in the Wallingford neighborhood of Seattle.

Join this powerful coaching group to connect with peers, get different perspectives and practical help on your business challenges. The Creative Business Coaching Group is an opportunity to meet like-minded people who share your path while brainstorming ideas on how to make that path easier, more fulfilling and money-generating!

For more info or to register: http://skl.sh/Qn4kpp

In this small group participants will receive professional coaching and are held accountable for their goals with the support of their peers. As your Group Coach I will coach you on-on-one and facilitate the conversation with the group.

Join the Creative Business Coaching Group!

This group will meet every other Wednesday, beginning 9/12, from 10AM -12PM at the Good Shepherd Center in the Wallingford neighborhood of Seattle. We’ll have 6 sessions, finishing up just before Christmas. Follow this link for details: http://skl.sh/Qn4kpp

The format of each session will vary only in what you ask for. Bring a “burning question” you have about your Creative Business and get focused coaching from a professional coach, plus great suggestions from – and connections with -your peers.

Register today: http://skl.sh/Qn4kpp

New Book: Your Creative Brain

New Book: Your Creative Brain

The other day I heard a great interview on my local NPR station with Shelley Carson, Harvard psychologist and author of “Your Creative Brain: Seven Steps to Maximize Imagination, Productivity, and Innovation in Your Life”. In the interview, Carson talks about how we can re-train our brains to be more creative. I’m definitely buying her book, which includes self-tests for discovering which brain states you favor, exercises to strengthen the weaker brain states, and help in sticking to the program! Here’s a link to the book: