NO MUD, NO LOTUS
Creative dilemmas are painful for us; it’s the way we’re wired. I know this first-hand because I’ve had my share of creative issues.
Just as the lotus flower must work its way through the mud at the bottom of the pond before it will ever reach the surface, likewise your muddy, creative dilemma can be worked through. You can find your way to the surface again and blossom like never before.
You’re are definitely not alone in your situation. I’ve been right where you are.
I’ve personally used the services of a creativity coach before to gain clarity around my projects, work through periods of feeling stuck-in-the-creative-mud, and ultimately rising to the surface again like a lotus flower blossoming on the surface of a pond.
- Listening – as a coach, one of my responsibilities is to listen; to listen deeply to what you’re sharing as well as listen for what you might not say.
- Questioning – as we uncover creative issues that you want to work on, I’ll ask you questions that will help us excavate the deeper issues, those still mired in the mud far below the surface
- Reframing – as a writing and creativity coach anchored in the here and now, we’ll examine how the fears, issues, and problems are affecting what’s real. We’ll separate the reality issues from the one that hold us hostage and move toward active, productive solutions that work for you.
- Doing the Work – together we’ll work toward taking small steps toward more positive outcomes. That might include some homework, some writing, some thinking, some observation between sessions. After all, doing the work is the goal of every creative/writer/painter/composer and that’s where you want to be.
WOULD YOU LIKE A PARTNER TO HELP YOU REACH YOUR GOALS?
If so, I’d love to start helping you work toward yours. Getting started is easy and all it takes is filling out the brief form below and clicking on the ‘Submit’ button.
When I receive your email, I’ll arrange a time to speak with you on the phone and we’ll go from there to arrange payment and schedule your first session(s). There is no risk on your part to have this initial discussion.