Here is a little blurb about who I am and what I’m doing here.
Nobody likes writing About pages and I’m no exception. It’s hard to sit down and talk about ourselves with any kind of objectivity. But, it’s a necessary evil if we want folks to get to know us, so here goes:
The Who Am I part:
I am a creative woman of significant age who has lived through a wide variety of experiences, terrifying and spectacular, all of which collectively make the soup of my soul. I have grown children and grandchildren who are the loves of my life and I live with the other love of my life, (John) next to the mountains in southwest Virginia. I love to write, paint, garden, cook fresh and delicious recipes, go hiking in the mountains, play my drums, and guitar. (poorly).
The What Am I Doing Here part:
I am here to share my creative hobbies, inspiration, life lessons, knowledge and tips for the purpose of inspiring other creative people to live a creative, inspired life that they love.
The How Do I Do That part:
I do that by coaching creative people who want to get motivated, inspired, and educated on how to create a business that they love in a way that doesn’t swallow up the rest of their lives and gives them more joy, abundance, and confidence.
Also, sometimes I work with people who aren’t interested in creating a business at all, but want more self-confidence, balance, joy and love in their lives. That’s fun too. (In fact, this is the underlying aspect of everything I do.)
In some cases, clients want more HOW TO knowledge. How to write a book, how to paint, how to express themselves more professionally as a speaker, how to organize and conquer difficult projects, how to stay motivated or change poor habits, or how to stay accountable and on task. (I do the how-to parts a lot. )
Sometimes I do teaching engagements, speaking engagements, small group classes, and all sorts of other things that come along.
In other cases, (and this is always fun), clients are here to buy art, or books, or other such products that come along from time to time. Because, after all, once we have made the stuff, it’s always rewarding to pass it along to someone who loves it.
But no matter how I am working with people, one thing is always at the core: Helping people to gain clarity, feel more confident, and have systematic, organized ways of creating the life they want to live.
Does any of that sound like somebody you want to hang out with? I hope so!