The creative process is a unique challenge.
And creative people need a special kind of support.
WELCOME TO CREATIVITY COACHING
What is creativity coaching?
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Here’s my take on this powerful and exciting new support service.
(And why I love it so much.)
Coaching is simply helping.
Whether you’re craving support, encouragement, guidance, clarity, expertise, a fresh perspective or just someone who believes in you – the right coach can help you.
Your coach is a personal, customised support system whose job is to help you get to where you want to go, live the life you want to live, and be the person you know you can be.
What does a creativity coach do?
Creativity coaching is a specialist form of coaching – designed purely to support the brave creative souls who are stepping up and pursuing their craft.
Because the creative path isn’t an easy one!
There are many and varied issues to be faced, both inner blocks and outer constraints.
A creativity coach is trained to help you navigate the inevitable bumps along the way.
We are here to make it easier for you to create the work that you know is in you.
With the right support you can;
• Reduce those time-consuming and soul-sapping wobbles and do more of the work you love to create.
• Move beyond self-consciousness and doubt, so you can freely and confidently express your unique brand of brilliance.
• Swap desperation for inspiration, so you can connect with the great ideas and work you are here to share.
• Craft a creative life that thrills you, fulfils you and expresses your unique gifts.
Think of the most successful creative people the world has known – how did they achieve their great work, despite the many obstacles that we all encounter?
Most of the great creators had some kind of support system; a champion or cheerleader or secret weapon to guide them through the inevitable wobbles of the creative journey.
After all, even the most brilliant and talented genius can’t see their own blind spots.
This is the role of creativity coaching; to offer the 3 vital ingredients that make the difference between giving up and hanging in there:
Support. Encouragement. Guidance.
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The remedies to creative stuckness.
My secret ingredients…
After 20+ years in the creative trenches, working, studying and analysing the creative process, I have built up quite a ‘bag of tricks’ – insights into what works, what doesn’t, what makes things easier and what makes things worse.
This experience, these strategies and solutions are at the core of my creativity coaching service.
I also have a unique approach, featuring two (not so) secret ingredients…
A holistic approach
When we create, we bring our whole selves to the work.
Our energy, mood, emotions and challenges all effect our creative efforts. They even show up in our work.
So my approach to creativity coaching is to treat creative blocks holistically, to build a foundation of health, wellbeing, confidence and inner calm.
We’ll explore strategies to revitalise the whole you, not just your creative self.
The result is more joy, fun and ease in the creative process, as well as a healthy life balance and a fulfilled sense of self.
A philosophy of joy, fun & ease
The majority of the creative process is the process, not the result.
So why not make that largest part of the journey as easy, enjoyable and inspired as possible?
Of course, there are times when the discomfort, uncertainty and nervousness are unavoidable – an integral part of the creative life. (And they do add a certain sweetness to the successes.)
But whenever possible, we work with your natural inclinations, enthusiasms and passions – rather than attempting to use force and willpower (which are neither fun nor sustainable.)
When you harness the powers of awareness, inspiration and efficiency – creativity can be effortless and exhilarating.
Good for you…
Creative expression is a fast-track to a healthier, happier you. Here are a few of the side-effects reported by my clients:
• increased energy
• enhanced intuition
• a calm, inner confidence
• a gentler approach to life and success
• making peace with food and diet struggles
• better sleep
• an exciting new joie de vivre
• even reduced sugar cravings!
and, of course…
• a life-enhancing reconnection with the creative spark
…good for the planet.
I believe that people who follow and live their calling – their creative dream – become a great asset to our planet.
When you’re expressing your unique creativity and purpose, and enjoying a fulfilling and inspired life – you’re at your best.
The Ultimate Version of You.
And then you’re naturally generous and kind and patient and giving.
You can’t help it!
You’re so filled up and lit up by your connection to your creative spirit, and the joy of expressing your soul – you can’t help but become a happier and more generous human being.
A happy, creative humanitarian.
And the world needs more of those.
Exlpore your options with the free Info Pack…
Are you ready to dissolve creative blocks, and bring your unique brand of brilliance to the world?
Do you want to craft a lifestyle that supports your creative dreams?
Would you like to learn powerful techniques to coach yourself through the creative struggles and blocks ahead?
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If you’re a yes! Yes! YES! – please get in touch. I can’t wait to work with you!
Click the button to request a free info pack
and discover how creativity coaching can help you to make your creative dreams a reality.
I’m forever grateful that you have introduced me to writing poems.
Something I would have never tried nor even thought about trying.
Cheers to that and more wonderful ideas and especially finished projects.
To a never-ending connection. 🙂
Susanne KurzInspirational Sewing Instructor
“I can’t thank you enough, Danielle.
I’m stunned by how transformative just one month has been working with you.
I feel like I’m so much more in line with my creative self and life is just simpler and easier now.
The resistance has lost a lot of its power.”
Laura Burgoinewriter & broadcaster
“It surely helped me to develop a more positive self-talk towards myself and made me feel more serene during those six transformative weeks.
The link between wellbeing and creativity is one of the most important lessons that one can learn on this creative path.”
Anna Nieslerartist + coach
“Not only have I been able to crush a lot of those creative blocks and be more productive, working with Danielle has enhanced every aspect of my life.
It has brought me more energy, more confidence to really keep going, to keep moving toward my goals, toward my vision, toward my dreams.”
Rhoda Shapiroactress + author
“Danielle is knowledgeable, kind, caring, and she absolutely delivers on her promise of helping build the framework and foundation for your creative email coaching business.
I would highly recommend her support!”
Alea Marie Quilesintuitive coach + healer
“Just finished working with this wonderful Creative Coach, Danielle Raine, and I would highly recommend her services for anyone looking to beat procrastination and get back to having fun with the creative muse!
Oh, and her pampering programme gives the whole creative process a wonderful kick-start.
“I feel so much more positive and clear on my direction, and I
really have to thank you for that!”
Sally Harrisonmoney coach + founder of Peak Profit
“I have been working with Danielle for a few weeks now and she has been a great inspiration.
I have somehow managed to fit in time to start painting and journaling without sacrificing time with my family.
Feeling accountable to providing updates to Danielle has made me accountable to myself and my ME time.
Thanks Danielle, you’re lovely! xo”
Tracy Ryan Jastrowfounder of Intuitive Yogi
“I finally believe there is true creativity inside of me, I use it in a way that is significant for me and I actually believe that my skills can be developed, that I can probably stick to it too.
I think it’s wonderful! I wouldn’t be in touch with my creativity like that and having such a nice summer without all your help!
Mylène Deveaucreator of messy journals
It was as if Danielle was sitting next to me as I tried to write. Encouraging, non-judgemental, her (virtual) presence, via e-mail, helped me turn vague musings into written word.
Her suggestions were kind, calm, helpful. Unlike school mistresses from my childhood, she made me feel that what I had to say was worth saying and she seemed genuinely interested in my writings.
Danielle helped me stop assuming that writing had to be hard work, that I had to strain every sinew to produce something worth reading.
I am very glad I happened across Danielle’s book and website. She has given me the confidence to write again.