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A curated collection of the best creativity blog posts from the archive…
If you’d like to experience more joy, better health and improved results – in your work, at home, or indeed in any endeavour) – start celebrating!
Self-coaching skills for writers
A new way to help writers tap into their own resources and inner support skills when they need them most.
On hiring support…
The scary / fun / rewarding business of investing in your creative dreams.
5 ways to make ‘keeping the faith’ easier.
Ever felt torn as to whether to create from the heart, or compromise to meet market forces? Does the prospect of marketing induce lethargy / repulsion / fear & dread / an overwhelming desire to hide under the duvet? In this post I’m exploring a soul-soothing approach to marketing for creative people.
What does a Creativity Coach actually do? I often get a few Homer Simpson-esque blank stares when I tell people what I do. So I am on a mission to spread the word about my Dream Job, aka Creativity Coaching. Here’s my take on this powerful and exciting new support service. (And why I love it so much.)
Why I’m doing NaNoWriMo this year…
…despite lots of ‘good reasons’ why not. The 8 Great Reasons I’m going for it anyway.
I have another dose of creative wisdom for you, this time from author Jonathan Fields, though I actually found the following gem on his blog. The blog post was called: Can abundance kill creativity?
This week’s words of wisdom come from a fascinating author (and very nice chap) that I met at a recent Hay House event in London. During a break between speakers, I found the bookshop and was eagerly stocking up on reading matter for my train journey home, when a book with a beautiful blue cover caught my eye…
C’est ici! (I’ve recently been to France and can’t resist using the few phrases I managed to master.) In fact my Parisian travels provide the photograph for this week’s quote…
This week’s creativity quote is a little different – I stumbled across it, not in a book, but on one of my favourite weekly vlogs; Marie Forleo’s Q&A Tuesday. Marie was exploring the idea that creativity is a form of service, and this simple but powerful phrase leapt out at me…
Today’s inspiring nugget comes from an unlikely blend of hip-hop guru, entrepreneur and meditation devotee – Uncle Rush (aka Russell Simmons).