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What is a Creativity Coach and Why Would You Want One?

You’ve probably heard of a life coach, a fitness coach, a business coach, or even a spiritual coach, but you may never have heard of a creativity coach. What exactly is a creativity coach, and why would you want one? What is a creativity coach? A creativity coach is a coach that focuses on helping […]

How Creative Peers Accelerate Personal Growth

You’re a smart, capable, creative person. If you really wanted to, you could handle whatever you wanted to on your own. You could grow, learn, achieve, and experience personal growth without help, support, or even friendship from your creative peers.  You could…but really, why would you want to? Sometimes, our culture applauds the independent, going-it-alone […]

You Have What You Need to Live the Life You Want

How many times have you thought to yourself: If only I had…I would be happier if I was just a little more…Things will be better once…With more support, I could… It’s okay, we’ve all had those thoughts. And if I had to guess, I would say that all those thoughts got us to the same […]

6 Healthy Ways to Deal with Coronavirus Anxiety

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has changed life as we know it. Schools and businesses are closed (many indefinitely), people are having to navigate working from home and/or homeschool their kids, going to the grocery store is an ordeal, and we’re living a spring without basketball or spring training. And that’s not even mentioning the sickness […]

Making the Best of Any Situation

Can I get personal for a second? So far, 2020 has knocked me down a bit. I mean, sure, there’s been the typical stuff (work stress, different relationships, various responsibilities, and so on), but then there’s also the time that I was actually knocked down. By a tree.  My experience with traumatic brain injury I […]

How to Talk to Your Family About Coronavirus

COVID-19, or Coronavirus, is pushing our world into uncharted territory—in a big way. Businesses are closing their doors, large gatherings have been canceled or postponed, and people are staying home (some by choice; some not).  Many people are dealing with things they don’t experience often: concern for their health and safety, worry about their finances, […]

Building Confidence for Your Next Meeting

Anyone who’s ever been to a meeting, presentation, networking event, or social affair can tell you: confidence is key. Not only that, but confidence is obvious—and so is a lack of confidence. You can simply tell when someone is feeling comfortable in their environment, and when they’re not.  Of course, some people are more naturally […]

What Do Our Best and Worst Relationships Teach Us?

When I look back on my life, some of the things that jump out at me the most are the relationships I had at different periods in my life: with my sister when I was really young, with my friends in college, and even with a couple girlfriends. From my mother to my wife, and […]