The science of creativity can make visible what is usually just in our minds: who we are creatively, and how our thinking preferences might be holding us in place.
The Creative Clarity Call is a great way for you to understand how working with a creativity coach makes sense. Here’s the process:
You schedule your call on my calendar.
I send you a request to join my email list, and with that acceptance some reading and prework that helps you get clarity even before we talk.
As scheduled, we talk for 20-25 minutes. It’s a great chance for you to ask any questions about Deliberate Creativity, how we might work together, or what it’s like – from a client standpoint – to take a Creative Selfie or Quick Unstick program.
We’ll explore the kind of assessment and/or coaching best suited to help move your creative career forward!
Is it time to make the call?
You’ve often wondered if there was something “holding you back.”
You’re working too hard and not getting the results you think your efforts warrant.
You have questions or concerns about what it’s like to work with me.
A little bit of back story.
There was a moment in time when I learned what – exactly – was keeping me going in circles – and it was an inherent aspect of my creativity. Mind you, I’d been paid handsomely for my creativity all my adult life, but I still wasn’t satisfied. I had other ambitions, and I was frustrated and flailing. When I saw my creative skills and shortcomings quantified, my creative life thus far made perfect sense. And I could see what help I would need to change my creative direction for my own satisfaction.
The Creative Clarity Call gives you options for getting unstuck.
suggested readings to get you prepared for your call
“Believe it or not, I had a session with a therapist about a feeling I had – of not really being able to “cut loose” – really go all-out … like I was walking around with a sheet over my head (invisible of course). He understood the inquiry, but was unable to help me or give me any sort of answer. The Creative Selfie actually gave me answers. (and was cheaper!)”